Almond Jell-O Dessert
Chebe Bread Recipe Ideas
Follow the instructions on the back of the package, but leave out the cheese. If you think you'll only use half of the 2-cup package at a time, cut the added ingredients in half and use one cup of the flour. This half serving makes three mini-pigs in a blanket, two small calzones, five 1-inch donut holes, and one 5-inch Honey Dessert.
Use it as a pizza crust. I hope you know how to put toppings on a pizza!
Calzones: Roll out the dough or smooth it out with your fingers until it's a flat oval. Spread pizza/spaghetti sauce over the whole thing. Add cheese and pepperoni to one side. Fold in half and pinch edges with a fork all the way around or all the stuff will pop out! They only need to be in the oven for 10-15 minutes at 350. When they're golden brown on one side, flip them over with a spatula and cook for another five minutes or so.
Ham and Cheese Pockets: Make calzone-style, but put a slice of ham and some cheese inside instead of sauce, cheese and pepperoni.
Hot Dogs or Pigs in a blanket: Roll out the dough until it's flat. Roll it around a hot dog or little smokies. Stretch the dough all around the hot dog so it's hidden. Place in oven for 10-15 minutes and flip. These are awesome!
Cheese Sticks: Make like Pigs in a blanket, but instead of using a hot dog, use a stick of cheese.
Honey Dessert: I created this yummy dessert one night. Roll the dough out flat in a long thin piece (only an inch and a half wide and five inches long). Drizzle honey in a little stripe down the middle, leaving a half inch at each end. Pinch up the top so the honey can't get out. Bend in a circle and pinch the ends together tightly. If the honey leaks out, it will be a mess. Sprinkle on some sugar and bake for 10-15 minutes. These are excellent. I think they taste a bit like sopapillas.
And coming soon: I will have a recipe for GF Chocolate Éclair cake using Chebe bread!
Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies
Marshmallow Crispy Treats
1 cup cereal
Put the marshmallows and the butter into a microwave safe bowl. Microwave for one minute, and watch to make sure it doesn't overflow. You can always stop the microwave and stir it so it won't. After a minute, stir the marshmallows until they're all melted. If the need some more time, give them another 30 seconds or so. Dump the cereal into another bowl, and pour the marshmallows over the cereal. Mix it up with a butter knife. Use the knife to dump it into a buttered plastic container. Put a little butter on the tip of your fingers to spread the mixture around to make it even. Stick it in the fridge to let it cool. Eat it up!
Nikki's Chicken Enchiladas
Cut your raw boneless skinless chicken breasts into bite-size little cubes (no bigger than a nickel). Throw them in a frying pan with some butter. Sprinkle on some salt or garlic salt while they cook. Cook until white on outside, cooked on inside. Taste to see if they're done in the middle. Set aside.
Count out how many tortillas you will need. (The enchiladas will be about 1 ½ to 2 inches in width). Lay out the tortillas on a cookie sheet. Stick them in the oven at 350 degrees for about 10 minutes to get them warm. Leave the oven on.
Pour a very small layer of chile sauce on the bottom of the casserole dish. Lay the tortillas flat on the cookie sheet, and place some chicken and cheese in the middle of each tortilla. Roll each one and place side by side in casserole dish. Sprinkle a little cheese over the top. Pour jar of green chile sauce all over enchiladas until fully covered. Sprinkle on desired amount of cheese. Place in oven for 20-25 minutes or until cheese is melted and sauce is bubbling. Keep an eye on them so they don't burn. Enjoy! If there's leftovers, put plastic wrap over the top of the dish and refrigerate.
Reyanna's Macaroni & Cheese
You can buy GF corn elbow macaroni in bulk so you'll have it on hand whenever you'd like. Quinoa brand also makes excellent elbow macaroni that is nice and big! Okay, so you can make this in the microwave or stovetop. But make sure you rinse away that filmy substance that remains after it's cooked. When it's rinsed, add a little milk or water. For the cheese, you have a few options. I use Velveeta blocks of cheese (you can find these next to the squirty cheese and Handi-Snacks at the grocery store). This cheese is soft and you can keep it in the fridge for a while. You just cut slices for as much as you'd like in your noodles. Add some butter or margarine and heat for 30-second intervals (if in the microwave) until the cheese is melted. If you're making it stovetop, once the macaroni is cooked and strained, pour the milk or water back into the pot before you pour the macaroni back in (or the macaroni will stick to the bottom). Then you can add the cheese and butter. Add one can of tuna. One can of peas (Le Seur is pretty good). And some chopped celery. This is like a quick casserole. So tasty!
Also I just found out at my support group that the powdered cheese that comes in Kraft Mac&Cheese is GF. So if you'd like to buy that, you can always keep the cheese, and give away the noodles to your parents to make a casserole or something (LOL).
Reyanna's QUICK Chicken Strips