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11 Nov / Wheat-Free & Dairy-Free Dinner with Dessert

Whenever I prepare something absolutely fabulous (defined as such by how much of it my boyfriend eats!), I have to share. Especially when it’s easy and fits my wheat-free and dairy-free requirements. Check it out and let me know what you think:
Pad Thai
-Trader Joe’s Pad Thai Noodles & Sauce
-Prepare according to package instructions.
-Add one package of frozen mixed veggies to increase the nutritional quotient.
-For those with diabetes or wanting to significantly reduce sugar consumption, do not use the sauce provided, instead add 1/3 c wheat-free soy sauce to mixture or flavor individually.

YUMM-I-LI-CIOUS!

Best of all, you’ll have leftovers. The package says it feeds 2, but for us, you’ll have lunch leftovers for at least 2 days.

Vanilla Rice Cream with Ginger Snaps
Mi-del GF/DF Ginger Snaps - delish on their own, but crumble on two small scoops of vanilla rice cream and you’ll be in heaven!
I love Rice Dream, vanilla flavored ice cream. Not to fab on its own, but great to add toppings to.

Enjoy!
Heather :)

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1 Comment
  • Anonymous

    I hate to be the bad guy (your recipes look fabulous) but Rice Dream ice cream is actually not gluten free. Rice dream uses barley enzymes in their processing, they can say it is gluten free because there is not a substantial amount of barley but if you have celiac you know you can't tolerate even trace amounts.

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