Before moving away from New York, I taught a private class for a family that lived in Chicago. They had three girls that were gluten free with several other allergies, including soy, dairy, eggs, nuts and probably a couple other things I am forgetting. It was such a great experience to be invited into somebody's home as an educator and help the family learn to prepare the dishes for one another that they have not had in so long. The mother told me stories about how her children felt bad going to parties or get togethers because they were not able to enjoy the same snacks and treats as the other children and would feel left out. So we were sure to make recipes for cookies, muffins, brownies loaves and other goodies that they could make and bring with them or simply have at home. It was such a nice experience and I just wanted to share some photos from that time. I love how the three girls were willing and happy to help during the class- not just their mom. We made so much food and desserts it was crazy. I think her freezer was definitely full for quite a while after that!
|The local gluten free store, run by an eccentric lady (not the |
|Sandwich bread with a design from one of the girls.|
|Gluten free pizza to suit everyone - some with just sauce,|
some with veggies and some with veggies and cheese.
Kids are too funny!
|Crispy eggplant with homemade gf breadcrumbs|
|Homemade baguette made into garlic bread. Sooo good!|
|Giant pot of marinara.|
|The sauce for a lemon chicken dish my client wanted. The sauce was great!|
|Cooked gluten free quinoa pasta|
|The Lemon Chicken Potato Dish|
|Gluten Free, Vegan Eggplant Parmesan|
|Giant Platter of Eggplant Parmesan|
|The seriously delicious plate of gluten free, vegan food.|
|The happy family.|
|A tasty chocolate cake with chocolate frosting.|
|The girls were very happy to put edible glitter on the cake!|
|Chocolate Cake, Banana Bread, Brownies|
|Seeded Sandwich Bread|
|Chocolate Chip Cookies - delicious!|
|Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins|
|Delicious blueberry muffins|