Sweet Like Honey

our family's journal of God at work

Gluten-Free Recipes

Finding out that you have Celiac Disease can be devastating.  It can make you feel like a child when it comes to cooking know-how.  How do you make your favorite foods?  Is it even possible? 

I’ve been there–I found out I had Celiac Disease early in 2007.  Before that I had been developing many whole grain recipes which our family enjoyed, and starting over seemed like a daunting task.  After a short cry, I read as much as I could about gluten-free baking and started over again. 

Gluten-free cooking takes a little getting used to, but it isn’t hard.  And it tastes really good too–especially if you don’t use rice flour!  Our family loves rice, but we do not like baked goods that have rice in them. 

I hope these recipes will make your life easier.  I will continue adding to these pages as I have time.

Breads & Cakes 

Soups and Main Dishes


2 thoughts on “Gluten-Free Recipes

  1. Hi

    I have been praying for guidence today re my health and the grace to be a good wife and mother. I came across your sight looking for candida recipes. What a blessing to find a sight like yours. I have to go and finish the tea now but am so looking forward to visiting your site again and sharing with you. I am blessed to be a blessing.

    The joy of the Lord is your strength.


  2. Hi, I am new to this. I am Jennie, Lydia O’Guinn’s sister. She sent me the link to your page recently and it got me thinking about doing one of my own. There is so much info about living GF that is specific to Amarillo that I want to share with others that I am meeting here, so I started my own blog.
    This is the only way I know of right now to say hello so, “Howdy, from Amarillo, TX.”

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