This holiday season I spent the time with husband's family in the Midwest - Milwaukee to be exact. This has got to be one of the most #glutenfree friendly cities around! From high end restaurants like Roots to the Bradley Center's gluten-free kiosk, to an abundance of GF options at local grocery stores like Metcalfe's Sentry, Pick-N-Save and Outpost, I had no troubles finding good gluten-free eats.
gluten-free lasagna and freshly made potato latkes. However, these recipes take a lot of time...so if you are willing to devote the time, you will have some good rewards! The potato latkes took about 2 hours from start to plate, but came out really good.
The best part was the dessert. It was my first time making this pie, with a special recipe from my sister-in-law (recipe coming as soon as she emails it to me!) to make fresh creamy chocolate pudding with Kinninnick gluten-free graham style crumbs. And I have to say wow - the guests loved it and especially made comments about how good the crust was! The only thing I would have added would be some whipped cream to top it off.
Hope you enjoy these dishes.
Gluten-free chocolate pudding pie (recipe coming!):
Gluten-free potato latkes
A total meal, with roasted carrots: