This pretty Caesar salad recipe is filled with lots of good-for-you things like ground flax seeds, Brussels sprouts, and avocado. I know what you’re thinking. Yep, that’s right: a dairy-free, gluten-free Caesar salad.
Whoever said Caesar salads had to be filled with anchovies and mayo? Not me, and you surely don’t want to miss this recipe. Bon app, my friends!
Cooking a meal for guests with food allergies, celiacs, gluten sensitivity or dietary preferences from pescetarian, fruitarian to the vegan F-word; flexitarian, can feel like you; the chef, are suddenly experiencing an acute onset of anaphylactic shock. However, the days of traditional dinner parties do not have to be complicated or expensive.
The Chef who has won over the palates of Hollywood’s elite, global infusion specialist, Chris Lukic shares his recipes and tips for a fast and frugal Dinner Menu for multiple dietary restrictions from his restaurant, The Yellow Plum.
Great for an appetizer, snack, or even a main course, these savory cakes come together in a snap, and are easy to make as they are delicious to eat.
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I swear it tastes better than it sounds — it’s not like a green-eggs-and-ham kind of thing. So let’s make some soup, shall we? The super-ripe avocados make it extra creamy and it’s best topped with a few diced chives and possibly another dollop of yogurt. Trust me, the name "creamy" rings true here, as the dairy-free yogurt adds a smooth, rich touch. See all soup recipes. Click here to see 7 No-Cook Summer Soups.
This version turned out to be a crispy corn flake cereal with oat clusters and a hint of brown sugar sweetness. It goes perfectly with milk (almond milk for me) or as a topping on yogurt.
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Delicious, simple, and soon to be a favorite, this cobbler recipe is also gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan. Nothing beats the tart zing of fresh cranberries mellowed out by the smooth sweetness of baked apples, and that's exactly what you get with this simple dessert.
Both my mom (96) and myself are allergic to milk so much of what we make needs to be adjusted to use Mocha Mix instead. If you can't find this product try a sweet vanilla soy milk instead. The custard on this isn't very high, but the flavor is just great. Small price to pay for a feel good, memory filled dessert. We love this as soon as it's cool enough to eat. Great warm or cold. Enjoy.
I have had to go dairy free so there are many recipes I cannot even try. This one is one I modified from recipe #118072. It has a nice flavor considering its diary free. I used leftover grilled chicken in it. My youngest son can sometimes be hard to please and he really enjoyed this.
I cannot seem to find commercial rusks without dairy. Traditionally in South Africa rusks are made with buttermilk. I found and adapted this recipe and my whole family (including the dairy eaters) loves dunking them into coffee especially on Sunday mornings. They're filling & nutritious enough to replace breakfast. Choose a good quality commercial muesli as it affects the taste of the rusks. Rusks make a nice gift. This recipe may seem to be time consuming but it is well worth the effort, and they last for weeks. Adapted from Theresa Verslanking