More great gluten-free recipes submitted by YOU



I am so excited that everyone is sharing their stories!  A husband/wife team are doing the Detox Challenge and loving it!  I got a message from a friend stating that she LOVES -Practical Paleo by Diane Sanfilippo and am getting great recipe submissions as well.  Keep them coming and be sure to comment below if you have any pearls of wisdom to add to our journey!!!




Thanks Debbie for this great recipe:


Here is a recipe that I used Gluten-Free Pasta to make. I’m still not sure exactly what has gluten in it, so I don’t want to say this is totally gluten-free, but it should be close. I’ve tried this recipe before with regular Ziti & it was also good. Takes very little time to make. o Tinkyada Brown Rice Pasta (elbow). I boiled it for 2 min. & then let it sit covered for 18 min. like the recipe said, but I think it sat for a little too long. I’m going to try 15 min. next time. o 1 Tbsp. Olive Oil o 1/2 cup sour cream (I used light) o 24 oz. jar pasta sauce 2 4 oz. cans mushroom pieces, drained 1 8 oz. pkg. shredded mozzarella cheese, divided Optional: 3 to 4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts, cubed (I did not use) Once I made it without meat & once I put in about 3/4 of a big smoked sausage link, thinly sliced it & sautéed for a couple of minutes to brown it. It was just enough to taste, but wasn’t overpowering. 1) Heat oven to 375 degrees. Cook pasta to pkg. directions. Drain & return to pot. 2) Heat oil in skillet over Med-Hi heat. Add meat & cook until no longer pink in center. Combine meat, if using, with pasta, sour cream, sauce & mushrooms. 3) Pour 1/2 of pasta mixture in 2 qt. baking dish or 8×8 baking pan. Sprinkle with 1 cup cheese. Pour remaining mixture on top. Sprinkle with remaining cheese. 4) Bake 25 to 30 minutes until heated through.


Posted on by Angela in Body, Diet, Nutrition, Weight Loss 4 Comments

4 Responses to More great gluten-free recipes submitted by YOU

  1. Cheryl Wilson

    Here are several recipes from the Detox Challenge:

    Dr. Michael Ash states the gastro tract defends us from “evil” entering our body. If the bacteria/organisms lining it are not happy, we will not be happy. To keep the organisms happy eat stewed apples (stewed apples in the U.K., applesauce in the U.S.)! He said studies have been done on mice with results transferred to humans that eating 1-3 stewed apples daily are effective in keeping the organisms happy. Here is how he suggested preparing it: Peel apple leaving on some of the peel, cook with raisins for sweetness but no sugar, lots of cinnamon, cook until pulpy. Eat for breakfast or dinner. Even more
    effective if eaten with yogurt. Who knew something that tastes so good could be so good for you!

    Also….a healthy warm drink option:
    1 c almond milk, 1/2 t turmeric, 1/2-1 t cinnamon, 1/4 t ginner, drizzle with 1 t
    honey. Any of spice measurements can be varied for your taste. I add dry spices to almond milk, heat, use small battery powered frother to mix. I omit honey as I do not like sweet.

    Also I just make up a big batch of dry spices and store in a zip lock bag.

    • Angela

      Thanks!!! I’ll try it this weekend and repost with some other cleansing recipes! And WOW–I love stewed apples and will try that for sure. I wonder if there are any benefits to eating it with kiefer?

      • Angela

        The stewed apples were great –it did take more cinnamon than I expected but even my kiddos ate it!!!

        • Cheryl Wilson

          Glad you liked the apples—tasty, easy, good for you…..doesn’t get much better than that! Cheryl


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