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This week’s recipe at Stockpiling Moms is Gluten-Free, Casein-Free Sloppy Joe Skillet. This is the gluten-free, casein-free answer to Hamburger Helper; one-dish cooking that’s healthy! I used grass-fed ground beef and organic potatoes, an organic onion and even organic tomato paste to make this tasty dish. Nicholas enjoyed it very much and said it was easily 100 Thumbs Up! It was also excellent for leftovers for lunch the following day.

GFCF_scalloped_potatoes

My grandma Carmen (age 93) won’t give me her scalloped potatoes recipe because it’s apparently a family secret. I actually asked her to will it to me, because it’s really quite fantastic! But, in the meantime, I’m left to figuring out how to make my own tasty version of scalloped potatoes…and these days, it also has to be gluten-free, casein-free. Not an easy chore, believe me.

This week the recipe I have at Stockpiling Moms is Gluten-Free, Casein-Free Scalloped Potatoes. It’s a recipe I adapted from Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living; the original recipe was only dairy-free. The amazing thing about these potatoes is that there is absolutely no milk, real or substituted, in them! And, yet, they are creamy and delicious just like scalloped potatoes ought to be. After I tried them, I told my husband, “I know what we’re bringing to the next potluck!” Hope you enjoy them too.

Rachel with son Nicholas

Welcome to my blog about how “eating differently can still be delicious”. The Gluten-Free, Casein-Free diet (also known as the GFCF Diet or the Autism Diet), is not new but is gaining in popularity. Many parents of children on the Autism Spectrum have seen dramatic changes in their children after switching to this diet. As the mother of a son with Aspergers, I can speak from experience on this topic.  To read more about my story and background, please check out the About Me page.

This blog contains GFCF recipes, tips on how to follow the Gluten-Free, Casein-Free diet, as well as product and restaurant recommendations. I encourage you to check out the FAQ section if you have questions about this diet or any of these terms. Please also feel free to Contact Me with specific questions as well.

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