Pamela's Gluten Free Recipes

Daily forays into the kitchen for 1 celiac, 1 vegetarian, and 2 carnivores

Archive for the “Soup” Category

Charred Broccoli Soup with Herbed Croutons

Posted in Brunch, Gluten Free, Sides, Soup, Vegetarian by Pamela

In these dwindling December days filled with endless parties full of punch bowls laden with egg nog, bacon wrapped scallops on fancy trays, and entire tables devoted to artistic cheese displays, I thought you might appreciate something a bit lighter to ingest between Fêtes. This one simple soup may be the thing we all need… Continue reading

Chicken Soup with Lime Avocado and Quesco Fresco Cheese

Posted in Gluten Free, Paleo, Poultry, Sides, Soup by Pamela

I have confessed in the past, to discussing dinner options while eating breakfast, which I think is smart if you have to think about defrosting or running to the market if you need a few more items.   I have not shared though, that I tend to discuss how to make — insert any dinner/… Continue reading

Corn Muffins – Gluten and Dairy Free

Posted in Gluten Free, Paleo, Sides, Soup, Vegetarian by Pamela

Okay, I was handed a challenge today.  A dear friend’s son has been having serious digestive issues, their Doctor suggested a version of the candida diet, which means basically no sugars or most grains.  He is 15 years old, and very active in sports, so starving all the time of course.  Could I possibly develop… Continue reading

Shrimp Ceviche – Ecuadorian Style

Posted in Appetizers, Dinner Party, Gluten Free, Paleo, Soup, Vegetarian by Pamela

I have been wanting to share this recipe with you, since we visited the Galapagos last February. Not sure exactly why I never got around to it, perhaps it was the brutal winter we just experienced, cold marinated shrimp didn’t seem like the right fuel we needed for the endless shoveling.  Now with brightened skies… Continue reading

Tomato Soup with Roasted Garlic and Herbed Croutons

Posted in Appetizers, Dinner Party, Gluten Free, Sides, Soup, Vegetarian by Pamela

I was watching the Barefoot Contessa the other day while she made homemade tomato soup, not hard to do really.  I started to wonder why I’ve never made it myself? I think it is perhaps time to put away the childhood version of tomato soup from the can, We deserve a more refined, grown up… Continue reading

Lentil Stew with Kale and Sausage

Posted in Gluten Free, Soup, Vegetarian by Pamela

Finally, the first day of Spring has arrived. However,  lovely springtime weather is nowhere in sight. I don’t want to complain. But. We are still dealing with 20-30 degrees, windchill and flurries here. I am sure Spring is just around the corner, it has to be right? In the meantime I am still cooking hearty… Continue reading

Tortilla Soup

Posted in Gluten Free, Soup, Vegetarian by Pamela

As promised, here is my weekly soup recipe. A hearty Tortilla Soup that is very easy to adapt to all tastes and requirements (a daily hurdle for me). Start with some good chicken stock, or in my case “No chicken, chicken stock” really, that’s what it is called and it tastes just like chicken stock…. Continue reading

My Favorite Cornbread

Posted in Gluten Free, Sides, Soup, Vegetarian by Pamela

I thought with all the soups coming your way (from me) that warm, crusty, yummy cornbread was a must. Yes that is 1/2 a loaf in the picture, we devoured the other half warm from the oven slathered with butter!! Wouldn’t you? PrintMy Favorite Cornbread Ingredients1 cup all purpose flour, I used Bob’s Red Mill… Continue reading

Quick Lentil Soup

Posted in Gluten Free, Soup by Pamela

My early Christmas gift to you all this week is a super fast and tasty Lentil Soup. I know everyone is crazy busy this time of year, and sometimes questions like “what’s for dinner?” don’t hit the radar until after 6pm, right? All you need is 1 bag of everyday grocery lentils, you probably have… Continue reading

Zucchini Soup

Posted in Gluten Free, Soup, Vegetarian by Pamela

5 Reasons to make soup in the summer: 1.  It’s 67 degrees, soup is good when its cold outside. 2.  You planted too many zucchini plants in your garden and you are running out of idea’s for serving them. 3.  You contracted a summer cold, and only soup will do. 4.  You really like soup,… Continue reading