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Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Top 8 Free Taco Pizza
Do you ever find yourself just saying things that sound totally bizarre to your kids (if you have any)? I do it all the time. “Hey guys! What do you think about making *insert something strange-sounding here*” They pause and think, and either agree with enthusiasm, or go straight for the nooooooooooo. This was one of those times. This time, I got a huge green light. We often make tacos around here, but without shells, because of corn. The kids will eat them on tortillas/wraps, and everyone is happy. We also make what we call Taco Boxes for lunches and road trips. This pizza idea however was totally new, but I figured, it’s like a super giant taco! In the end, it turned out to be one of their favorite new pizzas that I’ve made, so here it is.
Allergy Status: Gluten Free, Wheat Free, Dairy Free, Egg Free, Soy Free, Nut Free, Peanut Free, Diabetic Friendly, Yeast Free Compatible, Refined/Cane Sugar Free
For Yeast Free and Cane Sugar Free: Use a home-made pizza dough, or use Nature Highlights Rice & Potato Pizza Dough. Wholly Wholesome uses a small amount of cane sugar in the dough, and it is a yeast based dough. Read More
Organic Turkey, Asparagus, & Japanese Sweet Potato
This is easily one of my favorite dishes to make for the kids. They like to call asparagus “a bad word” yet, they eat this meal happily. Hence, it’s one of my favorites to make. You parents out there know what it’s like, trying to get kids to try new things… it isn’t always easy. Hopefully this meal gives you a new way to have your kids try something (or picky eaters of any age) new and different.
Before we get into the business end of things, let’s talk about sweet potatoes. You have several varieties that have an orange flesh. There’s also purple sweet potatoes, which are more starchy than the orange fleshed types. Then you have Japanese Sweet Potatoes, one of my absolute favorites to work with. They’re starchy, but have a much more muted flavor than the orange fleshed sweet potato. I find they make amazing oven baked rounds. Finally, you have yams, which people call sweet potatoes. Although they’re similar, they’re not the same.
Allergy Status: Gluten Free, Wheat Free, Dairy Free, Egg Free, Soy Free, Nut Free, Peanut Free, Corn Free, Yeast Free, Cane/Refined Sugar Free, Paleo, AIP Read More
Patty Melts Recipe
I loved patty melts as a child, and as I recreated these for the kids (beef and wheat free of course), I actually missed them. There’s not much that I miss, and most times I don’t realize that I miss something, but these, I tried to eat about 10 of them in my head. In my head, I feasted. Then I nibbled on some corn free peas…
Allergy Status: Wheat/Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Egg Free, Soy Free*, Nut Free*, Peanut Free, Yeast Free*, Cane/Refined Sugar Free*, Sesame Free, Legume Free*, Nightshade Free Compatible, Low Histamine Compatible, Diabetic Friendly, Paleo Compatible, GAPs Compatible, Corn Free Compatible
*Dairy Free Cheese often times contains either major or less-common allergens. Please read labels extra closely.
For Low Histamine & Nightshade Free: Omit paprika, consider adding a little bacon.
For Paleo: Use a safe bread and cheese alternative. The meat mix is also great on cauliflower crust pizza 🙂
For GAPs: Serve on a custom homemade bread and choose the appropriate cheese.