All of my recipes are free of gluten, cow dairy, soy, and processed foods.  Many are also vegan and/or free of corn, nuts, cane sugar, other common allergens, and many also identify as being raw and anti-candida.
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Gluten-Free Pancakes

Butterscotch Pancakes

Chai Oats

Cardamom Macaroon Granola

Peanut Butter Chocolate Granola

Overnight Cookie Dough Cereal

Millet Porridge

Oatmeal Pancookies

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Curried Cauliflower Soup

Creamy Broccoli Soup

Detox Dal

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Creamy Seaweed Salad

Vegan Pasta Salad

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Raw Stuffed Peppers

Raw Pad Thai

Coconut Millet

Roasted Japanese Pumpkin

Butternut Squash Risotto

Macaroni and Cheese (cow-dairy-free!)

Summer Pesto Fettuccine

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Sundried Tomato Baked Cod

Pumpkin Sage Penne (easily vegetarian)

Yellow Curry with Scallops and Mango


Sweet and Spicy Shepherd’s Pie



Curried Turkey Salad


Cardamom Rose Pistachio Butter

Marzipan Almond Butter

Cinnamon Vanilla Sunflower Butter

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Best Blue Corn Bread Ever

Melt-In-Your-Mouth Cinnamon Pear Muffins

The Pumpkin Pecan Hoho

Cinnamon Raisin Walnut Bread

Indian Chai Muffins

Peanut Butter Banana Bread

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White Chocolate Hearts (no sugar!)

Roughly Raw Pumpkin Pie

Raw Spice Cake Truffles

Mint Cacao Swirl Ice Cream

Ice Creamed Cookie Dough

Kabocha Spice Gelato

Peanut Butter Baking Chips

Chocolate Chunks

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Raw Nori Nachos

Energy Trail Mix

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Sweet Pecan Milk

Cashew Cream

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6 responses to “Recipes

  1. Marion

    Wow, your blog has been a godsend. I just found out I am intollerant to soy, gluten, sugar and casien. It is very overwhelming, so just knowing that it is possible is very helpful.

    Thank you!

    • Marion! Your comment has left me smiling from ear to ear! Please let me know if you ever have any recipe requests/remakes of old favorites in case there’s a certain dish that you miss. I promise, though: living free of soy, gluten, sugar and casein is not as hard as it seems. It takes some extra attention, but it’s so worth it. :)

  2. Tammy

    I’m looking for some way to make soy free teriyaki sauce, or something to substitute for it. Can you help me please?

  3. Robyn

    Just browsed your website for the 1st time…love your sense of humor and writing….just started ( a little over a month ago w no dairy,corn sugar,gluten or soy) ate a blueberry pancake after being gluten free for a month and was violently ill…soooo back on track & looking forward to trying new things…already see so much I want to try….oh as per naturopath Dr. must have protein w all snacks $ meals…so I too am keeping the peanut butter companies in business….desperate for some new ideas….curious to know what got you here if that’s not too personal…Thanks for sharing your knowlege :) Robyn

    • Hi Robyn!
      Thank you so much for your kind comment. I’m so glad that you’re exploring the world of eating sans gluten/dairy/corn/sugar/soy! My story began when my mother started losing a lot of her hair and had developed nodules on her thyroid. She learned she was gluten intolerant. I decided to test my food allergies as well since I’d always suffered from poor digestion and constant headaches. The results told me that my body had built many antibodies against gluten, dairy, and eggs. I began avoiding those things. Then I met my now boyfriend, who was not only intolerant to dairy but cane sugar as well. So I began avoiding sugar so that we could more easily share meals together. However, more importantly than avoiding certain foods, I cleaned up my whole diet and it revolutionized my life. I stopped eating anything processed, anything with ingredients I could not pronounce. I stopped eating meat and fish unless I knew where it came from and that it was free of hormones, antibiotics, etc. I stopped eating soy because I believe soy wreaks havoc on the female hormonal system. I stopped eating corn products because most of them are loaded with GMOs and other nasty things. However, I’ll still enjoy an organic ear of corn from a local farm! Or organic corn chips! Yum. :)

      Anyway, hope that answers your question. I’m so happy to have you here and I hope I’ll continue to hear from you as you go along your own journey! xoxo Desi

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