Classes & Ebooks

Free one week menu and grocery list.  The packet from the March 2008 class.  This menu is linked to the WCCO news autism resource page.  Enjoy!

 

Ebooks available:

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Upcoming Gluten and Dairy Free Cooking Classes:

Classes below are at Lakewinds Natural Foods in the Minnetonka location.  Register for class here.

 

Gluten & Dairy-Free Holiday Cookies & Bars

The holidays are a time of celebration, often with a cookie in hand.  This class will focus on helping you create a variety of holiday goodies that are all gluten and dairy free, including cut-out cookies, biscotti and ginger bread bars and more.  Several techniques will be demonstrated to help save you time in the kitchen.  Class will be demonstration style.  Recipes and samples will be provided.

 

Saturday, November 12,  9:30–11:30 a.m.   Cancelled 

 

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Kris G. December 29, 2008 at 7:39 pm

I have thoroughly enjoyed your classes thus far! I look forward to another one in January.

I have a question that I hope you can answer. For Thanksgiving and Christmas I made the Gluten Free Clover Leaf Dinner Rolls. They looked beautiful as they were baking in the oven, but when I took them out they deflated and were not completely cooked on the inside. During your class they looked and tasted great! What might I be doing wrong? Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Thanks!

Kris G.

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angelaskitchen December 29, 2008 at 9:47 pm

I am so sorry they did not work out for you! I am thinking that the rolls (remember though that they do deflate a bit naturally as they are so rich…) may have been over-proofed (risen too much for too long) and/or the dough may have been too wet… Sometimes the gluten free doughs need a bit less liquid than what recipes call for as they can absorb so much liquid naturally from the air. I try usually to add part of the liquids a bit at a time so that I can tell if the dough is at the right texture before adding more. That is my best guess. I think I may need to tweek that one a bit to make it more foolproof as someone else had the same flat rolls… I didn’t want to add too many other “reinforcing-type” ingredients as that seems to make recipes not usable for so many others with multiple allergies, but it sounds like that recipe could use some work. I will see what I can do with it over the next couple of weeks and send you an update.

I hope that helps.

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Rebecca August 24, 2009 at 2:54 pm

I just wanted to let you know that a few blocks down the street from Lakewinds, we have a celiac support group (Celiac Friends), and it meets on the third Tuesday of the month.

I’ve noticed that sometimes your classes are on the same night (like next month’s bread class). so if you don’t have a big turn-out on those days, that’s why…

I just wanted to let you know for scheduling classes in the future, in case it matters.

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rebeccagf March 10, 2010 at 12:52 pm

do you have more of your e-books you could post? like the everyday dinner solutions with powerfoods, last fall’s dinner solutions, the recent celebrations class, etc? I wasn’t able to make those classes but am hoping to get them via e-book still!

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Healing123 May 23, 2011 at 1:04 pm

Angela,
I am looking for a gf cooking class that my son and I can take. He is a year from graduating. Do you have any summer classes? I need to prepare him the best I can, so he can leave home with support. Thanks

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angelaskitchen May 30, 2011 at 6:16 pm

I do not have any classes scheduled for the summer. They are usually cancelled due to not having enough people signing up for them. I start classes again usually at the end of August. Is there anything in particular you are looking for for him to learn? I can send you some links to easy meals to make if that will help. Let me know… :)

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