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Recipes Recipes Recipes Low oxalate recipes

Posted Jul 22 2013 8:26pm
Recipes for the gluten, casein, soy, egg, nut, sugar, yeast, corn, and more free peeps out there.  And, ideas on how to make them low oxalate...cause you know, that's how we roll.

Thank the Lord for Pinterest.  Can I get an amen?  So many wonderful ideas out there!  I'll show you a few of my favorite Pinterest recipes at the end of this post. :)

First, I'm revisiting some of our consistent foods..: (All of these, I have posted before but I'll repost with updated recipes.)

Mix the dry ingredients: 1 C flax meal 1/2 C potato starch 1/4 tsp baking soda Blend the wet ingredients: 1/3 C oil 1/2 C water Sweetener of choice (I don't use a sweetener but your kiddo would probably like it better.)
Fold wet ingredients into dry ingredients.  If the dough is very wet, add a little more potato starch until you can pick up some in your hands to roll into a ball.  I place a portion of dough onto parchment paper, then put another piece on top of the dough.  Then, I use a rolling pin to roll out the dough fairly thin for crunchy cookies or thicker for chewy cookies.  These are great for cookie cutters. :)
*** I think you could substitute or add any sort of nut or seed butter to these cookies and they would be great!
Cook at 375 for approx 20 min.
Low Oxalate Flat Bread or Biscuits

Ok, let's be real.  This ain't really bread or biscuits. It's kinda like a flat bread.  But, you can slice it and use it for sandwiches or biscuit sandwiches.  Drew LOVES it!

Drew eating bread as a sandwich.

Well, bless their hearts.  That's heart. They now have the coconut wraps made solely of coconut meat and coconut water!  I'm having a wrap party for Drew!  There are endless possibilities now. :)

And now, some of my Pinterest faves


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