recipes


The recipes I list here have been Elefantz Kitchen tested and received the family's 'yum factor' cheer!


Very simple 5-minute apple jelly (jello) HERE...



Nana's Baked Rice Custard is yummy! Recipe is HERE...


Protein Power Brunch HERE


Shepherd's Pie HERE



Singing Canary adrenal booster drink (adapted from Trim Healthy Mama)
see my recipe here


 Cashew & Orange Cream
see my recipe here.
 

Chai Coconut Pudding with Stewed Rhubarb and Strawberries
 see my recipe here.


 Gluten Free Ginger Slice
Download my recipe from HERE.



Vietnamese Rice Noodle Salad
I used THIS recipe.



 Rich Coconut Cream
 HERE on my blog



 Lemon & Macadamia Crumble
HERE







Chocolate Mousse
recipe HERE 


GF Matrimonial Slice


Quick Chicken & Mushroom Risotto


6 comments:

  1. Yeah I've found another embroider who's a gluten free recipe maker!! You are so brave, my old family recipes were not such a success, but then again I tried my old stand-by bread, which in wheat is nice and fluffy, but in my early days of gf, its officially become known around these parts as an "EPIC Failure" Bricks actually come to mind.

    I'm now following you!

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    1. Hi Caroline :-)
      It's hard when we need to change from gluten-overloaded diet to a non-gluten one, as wheat especially makes up a vast proportion of what the family would normally eat.
      I don't bother with baking GF bread as we rarely eat it anyway. Mr E and I decided to focus mainly on non-baked goods and there are so many wonderful raw desserts and meals that don't require grains that we're actually finding GF isn't as hard as we'd first imagined.
      I realise though, that most people still want to be baking, and eating, 'grain' foods.
      Have a look at the Wheat Belly blog. I have Dr Davis's book and it's excellent, and has a lot of baked recipes and breads you can try! http://www.wheatbellyblog.com/
      As a treat tomorrow I'm going to try his coconut flour scones. If they work out I'll share them on the blog.

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    2. Thanks Jenny, I'm doing much better than I was 2.5 yrs ago. Living in Northern BC, supplies are just not as readily available and are very expensive. I too have found that the grains are disappearing from my life. I will try these recipes once I'm done with the Fat Burning Soup diet.
      It works, I'm down 22 lbs so far in just over 5 weeks.
      Yeah!! I love your blog.
      Carli

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  2. Thanks for sharing your recipes.......I'm with you Jenny and trying to eat more "whole" foods and staying away from "packages". A lot of the GF products are still highly processed junk food.

    I've been strictly gluten free for a little over a year now, but finding I may be having issues with other grains like corn too???? Have been doing a lot of researching. I was vegan at one time, but finding I do a little better with the "Paleo" type eating plans...Lots of "praying" that God will show me what is best for "me" and my body....
    Here are a few websites/books to check out:

    http://againstallgrain.com/
    She has a great cookbook too!

    This is the book I just purchased and am starting to read

    http://personalpaleocode.com/

    His website:

    https://chriskresser.com/

    Bought this book too:

    http://www.amazon.com/Grain-Brain-Surprising-Sugar-Your-Killers/dp/031623480X

    HIs website:

    http://www.drperlmutter.com/

    http://www.drperlmutter.com/

    My new primary doctor had just come back from a Celiac Conference, which they feel I have. Was diagnosed with Lupus in 2009, but my Rheumatologist was always on the fence that I may have Celiac.....other tests positive for it too

    I've now discovered when I ingest gluten.....even by mistake or cross contamination.....I will begin with "spasming pain" which always preceeded "what we thought was Lupus attacks" and I would end up in bed with inflammation around my heart and lungs....

    Love your work and patterns. Love to embroider and enjoying my hand stitching more and more......will still do some of my quilts etc. on the machine too.

    God bless and thank you for sharing your journey, recipes and patterns with us.

    Cindy
    Southern California


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    1. Thank you, Cindy!
      Take care, and trust that God will reveal he hidden things in your health...He is ever so faithful.
      hugs
      Jenny

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    I used to read your blog all the time. Then my computer crashed and I lost all my favorites. I found you again tonight through another blog! I do love your writing and designs!

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