Tagged: gravy and sauces

Gluten-Free Recipes for Leftover Turkey

After figuring out my meal plan for 2020 Thanksgiving, I like to think about ideas and gluten-free recipes for using that leftover turkey meat. I’ve listed lots of them below. At the bottom is a feature recipe for Chipotle Curry Chicken Salad. It is one of our favorite gluten-free recipes for leftover turkey. And it’s super simple so there isn’t any cooking involved. Just nomming....

Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Menu Plan and Recipes

Thanksgiving Day Menu Plan & Gluten-Free Recipes Time to get ready and organized for this year’s Thanksgiving dinner. Things have been crazy in 2020 so I want to make sure I am stocked up on all the things I will likely need by making a menu plan. So the Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Menu Plan and Recipes are: Salt Lick Smoked Turkey Breast (delivered and reheated) Stuffing...

Hatch Chile Pepper Casserole

Clean Eating White Chicken Enchilada Casserole

This clean eatin’ gluten-free white chicken enchilada casserole is made with non-GMO corn tortillas, goat’s milk pepper jack cheese, goat’s milk yogurt and Hatch green chiles!  Super simple and delicious. Gluten-Free White Chicken Enchilada Casserole I love white chicken enchiladas!  It would be kinda weird if you didn’t.  Just sayin’ … That combo of the cheese and chicken smothered in a rich sour cream and...

Zeia Gluten-Free Pizza Crusts + Toppings

The Gluten-Free Pizza Basics Zeia Pizza Crust One of the things I love about following gluten-free friends on Instagram, is that word spreads when new gluten-free products appear or if someone honestly shares that they really liked something. That is how we found this pizza crust. So it is not sponsored, I’m just glad to share. Zeia gluten-free pizza crusts are gluten-free, nut-free, soy-free, dairy-free...

sweet and spicy cabbage made with ghee, hot sauce and maple syrup

Roasted Sweet & Spicy Cabbage

Roasted Sweet & Spicy Cabbage This roasted sweet & spicy cabbage has quickly turned into one of our favorite side dishes!   And it is so easy to make you don’t even need a recipe.  Basically, it is just organic cabbage tossed in ghee and your favorite hot sauce, roasted, then drizzled with maple syrup. We like to use a local brand of hot sauce...

Gluten-Free Beef Scalloped Potatoes

Ever since we found goat butter and cheese, I’ve been able to make some old favorite recipes that I had to give up when I stopped eating dairy for a few years. I have been loving these scalloped potatoes! We usually buy organic potatoes and they tend to start growing pretty quickly. So we usually slice up the potatoes with a mandolin and blanch them....

Gluten-Free Greek Moussaka

Homemade Greek Moussaka Recipe Greek moussaka was not something I ever thought to make at home. Until I went to the Austin Food Blogger Alliance Christmas party hosted by MezzeMe Turkish Kitchen. One of the seasonal dishes they offered us was an individual Greek moussaka. But I couldn’t try it because it is made with a béchamel sauce using flour that isn’t gluten-free. Plus the...

Clean Eating Chicken Noodle Casserole

A Classic Comfort Food There are some classic comfort foods that really hit the spot! Chicken and dumplings, pot roast, pasta carbonara, classic beef stew, and pasta with herbed meatballs and red sauce. Chicken noodle casserole is for sure one of them. I’ve been using this simple recipe from Betty Crocker for years, but thought I would share how to make it a little easier,...

King Ranch Chicken Casserole

King Ranch Chicken Casserole This recipe from 2016 (our dairy-free phase) has been updated and I’ve added new pictures.  If you can handle goat milk you could easily swap out the vegan cheese for a goat milk pepper jack cheese and/ or use goat butter instead of ghee.  And although I haven’t tried it in this particular recipe, you could also replace the sour cream...

carnitas burrito bowls filled with rice, veggies, sweet corn and avocado verde sauce

Carnitas Burrito Bowls & Verde Avocado Sauce

Carnitas Burrito Bowls This delicious pork shoulder takes about 2.5 hours to cook in the oven but will last you for several days.  One protein with lots of options for different meals. Carnitas are great because you can use them in tacos or make these burrito bowls filled with all types of goodies.   Or even use the pork instead of chicken to make BBQ...