Category - Recipes


Roast Edamame

Ingredients: Shelled frozen or fresh edamame beans Olive oil Kosher salt Chili powder Dried basil Onion salt Ground Cumin Paprika Black pepper Baking Sheet Directions: 1. Prepare the oven by making sure the racks are in the lower position and preheat to 400°F. 2. Mix an 8 to 10 ounce package of shelled frozen or …


Crispy Fish Sticks

(From: Eating for Autism) These fish sticks will best any traditional, frozen fish sticks. Leave fillets whole if you need faster preparation time. Ingredients: 4 Tilapia fish fillets or other firm, white fish Breading: 3 cups gluten-free crispy rice-style cereal ¼ cup canola oil ½ teaspoon salt ½ teaspoon pepper (optional) Preheat oven to 400°F. …


Tex-Mex potato Fries

(Dairy-Free, Lactose-Free, Egg-Free, White Sugar-Free) Makes 6 to 8 servings Because these thick-cut fries are baked, you don’t have to worry about cross-contamination in the deep fryer. They’re lower in fat – and healthier too! Tips: Use any variety of baking potatoes, such as russet, white, or Idaho. Two large potatoes weight about 1 pound. …


Mac & Cheese

(From: Eating for Autism) Makes approximately 1 1/2 cups Here is a diary-free, creamy sauce to substitute for traditional cheese sauce. The navy beans add body; the turmeric adds yellow color; the oil adds a creamy mouth-feel, and the nutritional yeast adds a complexity to the flavor. 1 cup rice milk 2 tablespoons potato starch …


Pizza Crust

Allergen Free Recipe of the Week (From the cookbook Eating for Autism by Elizabeth Strickland) Makes one large or four individual crusts You can actually see the soft, breadlike texture of this crust as you pat out the dough. When its spread to 10 inches, it yields a hand-tossed crust. Spread thicker or thinner according …

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