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One of the most valuable lessons I’ve learned since being diagnosed with Celiac disease is that if I am craving a food, I can either make it at home or find a reasonable take-out solution with a little bit of research. This is really valuable at busy times of the year, like in the weeks leading up to Christmas!
Here are our top ideas so that you can satisfy your cravings with some gluten-free goodies.
As the days get longer and the weather gets warmer, you might be thinking of lighter fare and considering tucking your slow cooker away for the season. However, the slow cooker still has its place in your kitchen in the summertime. It can provide hearty meals on rainy days, as well as quick suppers during busy weeks. Here are our top picks for slow cooker recipes during the coming months.
This slow cooker meal requires a bit more preparation than others in our list, but the hearty flavour is well worth it. The light sauce is perfect for a summer meal as well as chilly spring days.
Throw this chicken wings in the slow cooker in the morning, and when you come home all you have to do is roast some potatoes mix together a salad, and you’ve got yourself a summertime picnic!
This roast recipe is lighter than most, and it makes great leftovers. Perfect for rainy summer days.
We promise that this Chinese dish is just as good as takeout! Throw together some gluten-free chicken fried rice for a quick side dish.
For a different Asian-inspired meal, try this delicious orange chicken recipe. Just substitute gluten-free flour for the plain flour called for in the recipe.
Here’s another rainy-day option. Serve with gluten-free dinner rolls (like Udi’s whole grain seeded rolls) and you’re all set!
This recipe is a total cheat, using a Clubhouse spice mix, but we haven’t yet found a restaurant dish that tops these pulled pork sandwiches. We’ve found that Udi’s French bread baguette or hamburger buns work the best with this recipe.
What a treat to have ribs during the middle of the week! The night before, I follow the preparation and roasting steps from Put Pork on Your Fork. Then, the next morning, I put the ribs in the slow cooker with onions and a homemade barbeque sauce (like this one). When it’s suppertime, I prepare a salad and some baked potatoes, and voila! A Southern-style feast.