Corn Free Recipes

 

All recipes are gluten free and dairy free.

All recipes below are corn free or have corn free adaptions in the recipe.  Recipes that aren’t originally corn free, but do have corn free adaptions, will be marked with *.  Be sure to check your labels and use corn free ingredients when cooking any recipe.

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Allergen Free Brownies from Babycakes (use guar gum instead of xanthan gum and corn free ingredients)

Ants on a Log

*Apple & Cinnamon Muffins (Use corn free ingredients, such as use potato starch instead of corn starch and guar gum instead of xanthan gum, and corn free baking powder and vanilla.)

Apple Cider Muffins (use potato starch instead of corn starch as stated in  recipe)

Apple-Cranberry Pork Chops (be sure all ingredients, including chicken stock and mustard, are corn free)

*Apple Pie Dip (don’t use the cornstarch option, use the arrowroot instead)

Apple Pork Roast in Slow Cooker

Apple Sausage Quiche

Asian Bean and Rice Rolls

*Bacon Spinach Quiche Pie (use tapioca instead of corn starch, corn free baking powder and be sure turkey bacon is corn free.)

Baked Apple Oatmeal Cups

*Baked Pancake Pie (use the “from scratch” part of recipe and use potato starch instead of corn starch, guar gum instead of xanthan gum, and a corn free baking powder.  Be sure all ingredients used are corn free such as the milk substitute used.)

Baked Root Vegetable Fries

Balsamic & Sun Dried Tomato Burgers with Caramelized Onions

Balsamic Glazed Chicken

*Banana Pancakes (Use corn free baking powder, potato starch instead of corn starch and guar gum instead of xanthan gum.)

Barbeque Glazed Chicken or Pork (be very sure all ingredients are corn free, such as the ketchup etc. that you use)

*Basic Cut-Out Sugar Cookie (use corn free ingredients and corn free options in recipe)

Basic Vinaigrette

Beef and Almond Stir Fry

Beef and Butternut Squash Stew, Slow Cooker

Beef Breakfast Sausage

Bison & Sweet Potato Stew, Slow Cooker (Be sure all ingredients are corn free, such as the tomatoes if you used canned.)

*Black Bean and Veggie Pizza (Use guar gum instead of xanthan gum.  Be sure cheese sub is also corn free.)

Blue “Cheese” Dip, Dairy Free (be sure to use corn free ingredients, such as the mayonnaise)

*Bombay Chicken (use arrowroot instead of cornstarch)

Braised Mediterranean Chicken (be sure stock, etc., are all corn free)

*Brownies (be sure to use corn free ingredients, such as arrowroot instead of corn starch in the flour bland, corn free chocolate and baking powder, etc)

*Buffalo Chicken Bites (replace cornflakes with a corn-free cereal, such as crispy brown rice cereal, and use sweet rice flour instead of corn starch)

*Buffalo Chicken Pizza (use corn free ingredients and options in recipe)

Burgundy Mushroom Stew (be sure ingredients, such as stock, are corn free.  Replace corn starch with tapioca starch or sweet rice flour.)

*“Butter Cream” Icing (if you use corn free ingredients – be sure powdered sugar and flavoring is corn free.)

California Turkey Burgers

*Campfire Pizza(if you use corn free ingredients – such as replacing corn tortilla with a rice tortilla)

*Candy Cane Cookies (be sure to use corn free ingredients, i.e.. corn free candy canes, guar gum instead of xanthan gum, corn free margarine, vanilla extract, etc.)

*Carrot Cake Pancakes (corn free if you use arrowroot in flour blend instead of cornstarch.  Use guar gum instead of xanthan gum.  Be sure baking powder is corn free)

*Cashew Chicken with Bok Choy (Replace corn starch with arrowroot.   Be sure hoisin sauce is corn free.)

Cassoulet, Sow Cooker

Cauliflower “Rice” (make sure stock is corn free)

Chai Tea

*Chicken & Broccoli Casserole (use corn free margarine, or replace with 3 T coconut oil.  Be sure chicken broth, milk substitute and mayo is corn free.)

Chicken & Rosemary Roasted Veggies

Chicken Apple Bacon Sliders

Chicken Cacciatore, Slow Cooker (be sure to use corn free chicken stock and tomatoes if using commercially canned product)

Chicken Freezer Plan (Chili Maple Glazed, Creole, Garlic Dijon Chicken, Lemon & Garlic Chicken, Lemon Marinade, Spiced Citrus Chicken, and Spicy Sweet Glaze)

Chicken Jambalaya (be sure all ingredients, including chicken broth, tomatoes, etc., are corn free)

Chicken Kabobs

Chicken Satay Skewers

Chicken Sausage & Broccolini Quinoa

Chicken-style Bullion Mix,GFCF

Chicken, White Bean & Kale Soup

Chicken with Cauliflower and Apples

*Chocolate Chip Cookies (Use corn free vanilla, potato starch instead of corn starch, guar gum instead of xanthan gum.  And be sure to use corn free chocolate chips)

Cod in GreenTea Broth with Quinoa

*Coffee Cake in a Mug or Jar (Use guar gum instead of xanthan gum, a corn free baking powder, etc.  Be sure all ingredients you you are a corn free version, vanilla, margarine, etc.)

Cranberry Chicken

*Cranberry Orange Scones  (Replace xanthan with guar gum, use corn free powdered sugar and be sure margarine and all ingredients are corn free.)

*Cranberry Upside-down Cake (use a corn free cake mix and corn free margarine or replace margarine with 1 1/2 tablespoons coconut oil)

*Cream Egg Brownies (Make sure all ingredients are corn free:  use arrowroot instead of corn starch in flour blend.  Also use corn free baking power, powder sugar, etc.)

Creamy Orange Poppy Seed Dressing (be sure mayonnaise and dairy free yogurt are corn free)

Crock of Roast and Veggies

*Cube Steak Stew (Replace corn starch with sweet rice flour.  Be sure stock, etc is corn free)

Cucumber Salad

Curried Vegetable Soup

*Dark Chocolate Walnut Ginger Biscotti (Use arrowroot instead of coarn starch in blends, use corn free baking powder and guar gum instead of xanthan.  Be sure vanilla extract and dark chocolate, etc. are also corn free.)

*Easy Bake Oven Cake Mix – Pick a flavor! (Replace corn starch in bean flour blend with potato starch.  Use guar gum instead of xanthan gum and be sure flavorings used are corn free.)

*Easy Bake Oven Chocolate Cake Mix  (Replace corn starch in bean flour blend with potato starch.  Use guar gum instead of xanthan gum and be sure flavorings used are corn free.)

*Easy Turkey Meatballs & Sauce  (be sure your ingredients are corn free, especially check your tomatoes if you use canned, the gluten free noodles you use and the gluten free bread crumbs or cereal you use.)

*Edible Fire (be sure to use corn free ingredients)

Eggnog, dairy free (use corn free vanilla extract)

Five Spice Mix

Freezer Smoothies with Veggies

French Dip Sandwiches I, Slow Cooker

Fresh Apricot & Chicken Thai Salad

Fruit Salad (Girl Scout Camp)

*Ginger Snap Cookies (replace xanthan gum with guar gum and replace the corn starch with potato starch.)

*Gingerbread Pumpkin Waffles (Use a corn free baking powder, replace xanthan gum with guar gum, and use potato starch instead of corn starch.  Be sure all ingredients are corn free, such as vanilla extract.)

Girl Scout Gumbo (be sure to use corn free ingredients, such as replacing the corn chips and using a corn free sour cream replacement.)

G-ma’s Calico Beans (be sure to use corn free ingredients, such as ketchup, etc.)

Goin’ Fishin’ Snack Mix (by sure to use corn free ingredients, such as carrot sticks for the ‘fishing poles.’)

Granola Bars, Crispy

Green Tropics Smoothie

Grilled Veggie Basket

*Ground Turkey & Veggie Tortilla Casserole (Use corn free ingredients and replace corn tortilla chips with rice tortilla chips, potato chips, or skip all together.)

Ground Turkey Fajita Hash

*Ham and “Cheese” Scones (Replace corn starch with arrowroot starch and use guar gum instead of xanthan gum.  Be sure all ingredients used are corn free, such as baking powder and margarine.)

Honey Bourbon Chicken, Slow Cooker

Honey-Orange Bean and Vegetable Slaw

Hot and Sour Soup (Be sure stock is corn free.  Use arrowroot instead of cornstarch.)

Hot Chocolate, Slow Cooker & Dairy Free

Italian Dressing

Italian Dressing Mix

Jam Filled Thumbprints (use corn free options in recipe)

Juicy Apple Turkey Burgers

Korean Shredded Beef Tacos

Lazy Cabbage Roll Casserole

*Lemon Angel Food Cake (Replace corn starch with arrowroot and be sure all ingredients used are corn free.)

Lemon Berry Donuts Holes (be sure to use corn free ingredients, such as corn free baking powder and vanilla extract, guar gum instead of xanthan gum, etc.)

**Lemon Blueberry Yogurt Bread (Replace corn starch with arrowroot.  Use guar gum instead of xanthan gum.  Be sure all ingredients are corn free, such as powdered sugar, vanilla extract, baking powder, etc.)

Lemon Chicken with Vegetables & Capers

Lemon Garlic Mushrooms

*Lemon Shortbread Cookies (Replace corn starch with arrowroot, replace xanthan gum with guar gum, use corn free margarine and corn free powdered sugar and vanilla.)

Mac’n “Cheese” - top 8 allergen free and corn free

Maple-Brown Sugar Bacon Wrapped Smokies

Mashed Cauliflower – Chou Fleur Puree

Mocha Chip Muffins (use the potato or tapioca starch options in the recipe instead of corn starch.)

*Mongolian Chicken and Veggies (replace corn starch with sweet rice flour)

*Morning Glory Muffins (use corn free options in recipe, such as potato starch instead of corn starch and guar gum instead of xanthan.)

No Nut Granola Bars (be sure all ingredients are corn free, such as vanilla and chocolate chips)

*Noah’s Rolls (if you use corn free ingredients:  use guar gum instead of xanthan gum, potato starch instead of corn starch and use a corn free baking powder.)

*Nutty Marshmallows (use corn free marshmallows, such as AllerEnergy Marshmallows.)

Onion Soup Mix

Orange-Apricot Pork Chops, Slow Cooker

Orange Chicken with Winter Squash and Sweet Potatoes (be sure all ingredients, such as broth, etc. are corn free)

Orange Marmalade Chicken

*Our Family’s Basic Gluten Free Dairy Free Bread (use arrowroot instead of corn starch and guar gum instead of xanthan gum.)

PB &J Smoothie

Pea Soup with Ham, Slow Cooker (be sure stock is corn free)

Peach Muffins (use guar gum instead of xanthan gum)

*Peanut Butter Swirled Brownies (Be sure all ingredient are corn free, such as corn free chocolate, baking powder, margarine -or use coconut oil option – peanut butter and vanilla.  Use potato starch instead of corn starch.)

*Peanut Butter Topped Chocolate Muffins (To make corn free you will need to use a corn free baking powder, replace the xanthan gum with guar gum, and use a corn free powdered sugar.  Check all other ingredients you use are corn free also.)

Pineapple-Garlic Pork Chops

*Pizza Muffins (Replace corn starch with arrowroot powder, and xanthan gum with guar gum.  Be sure baking powder is corn free.)

Pizza Sloppy Joes (be sure pizza sauce and pepperoni are corn free)

Plum-Balsamic chicken, Slow Cooker

Poppy Seed Dressing

Pork and Apple Curry (be sure curry powder and tomato juice you use are corn free)

*Pumpkin Waffles or Pancakes (Use corn free ingredients and options in recipes, such as potato starch instead of corn starch, and guar gum instead of xanthan.  Use a corn free vanilla and baking powder, also.)

*Quick BBQ Sauce (Use all corn free ingredients, such as ketchup and Worcestershire sauce)

*Quinoa Confetti Salad (Replace corn with diced roasted golden beets or fresh chopped snow peas.)

Quinoa Turkey Burgers

*Rainbow Slaw (Use all corn free ingredients, such as the mayo and mustard)

Ranch Dressing Dry Mix

Red Berry Smoothie

Refried Beans

*Rhubarb Strussel Muffins (replace xanthan with equal amount of guar gum)

*Rich & Creamy Mashed Cauliflower (if you use corn free ingredients – check mayo you use for corn)

*Roasted Dijon Brussels Sprouts (be sure to use corn free mustard and Worcestershire)

Roasted Fish with Potatoes, Tomatoes and Olives

Roast Sticky Chicken

*Royal Icing (if you use corn free ingredients- for example, be sure the powdered sugar and flavoring is corn free.)

*Russian Tea Cakes (Use corn free ingredients – use arrowroot instead of cornstarch and guar gum instead of xanthan gum.  Use corn free powdered sugar)

Salmon & Sweet Potato Cakes (make sure the gluten free bread crumbs are corn free)

Salsa Verde

*Savory Buckwheat Crepes with Roasted Sweet Potato, Mushroom and Kale Filling  (replace corn starch with arrowroot powder)

*Savory Zucchini Pancakes (Replace xanthan gum with guar gum.  Replace corn starch with arrowroot starch.)

Seasoned Green Beans for the Freezer

Seasoned Yellow Rice (be sure stock is corn free)

*Sesame Chicken (Replace cornstarch with sweet rice flour.)

Seven Layer Dip

Shrimp Pad Thai with Broccoli (be sure all ingredients, such as the fish and chili garlic sauce are gluten free.)

*Silver Dollar Pear Pancakes (Use potato starch instead of corn starch, use guar gum instead of xanthan gum and be sure baking powder is corn free)

*S’Mores (if you use corn free ingredients.  You may need to make your own marshmallows.  Email me for a recipe, if needed.)

Snicker Salad

*Snickerdoodles (Replace corn starch with arrowroot and be sure all ingredients you use are corn free.)

Southwestern Spaghetti Pie

*Spiced Apple Pancakes  (*Use corn free baking powder and replace masa haring with sorghum, garbfava or other gluten free flour.)

Spinach Burgers

*Spinach Pasta Casserole (use corn free pasta and dairy free substitutes)

*Spritz Cookies (use corn replacement options in recipe)

Squash and Kale Pizza

Stir Fry Chicken Mix for the Freezer (To thicken sauce, use tapioca instead of cornstarch.)

*Strawberry Banana Muffins (Replace corn starch with potato or arrowroot starch.)

Strawberry Custard “Ice Cream”

*Strawberry Drop Scones (replace xanthan gum with guar gum.  Be sure baking powder, vanilla, margarine, etc. is corn free.)

Strawberry Julius (be sure your ingredients, such as vanilla extract, is corn free)

*Strawberry Rhubarb Raspberry Crumble/Crisp (be sure gluten & dairy free margarine and baking powder is corn free.  Replace corn starch with arrowroot or tapioca starch.)

Stuffed Pork Roast

*Swedish “Rye” Bread (use corn free ingredients, such as the guar gum instead of xanthan and arrowroot instead of corn starch as listed in the recipe)

Tacos (Beef or Turkey)

*Tacos in a Bag (if you use corn free ingredients.  Replace corn chips with a safe chip of choice.)

Teriyaki Burgers

*Tex-Mex Chopped Salad (do not serve with corn based tortilla chips.  Replace corn with diced yellow summer squash or patty pan squash.)

*Texas Sheet Cake (Use corn free powdered sugar, guar gum instead of xanthan gum and a corn free margarine and vanilla flavoring.)

Thai Chicken or Turkey Burgers

Tilapia with Lemony Spinach and Mushrooms

*Tortilla and Black Bean Pie (replace corn tortillas with corn free gluten free tortillas)

*Tostadas Salsa Verde (if use corn free ingredients.  Replace corn tortilla with a rice tortilla or other tortilla of choice.)

Turkey Meatloaf, Slow Cooker

Turkey Sausage

Vegetable and Fish Bundles

Walnut-Crusted Chicken Breasts (use corn free gluten free bread crumbs)

Warm Lemon Pudding (Use the sweet rice flour instead of the corn starch.)

Watermelon Slush or Watermelon Ice

*White Bean & Ham Soup, slow cooker (be sure broth, etc., are corn free.  Do not add corn, leave out or replace with more dice carrots.)

White Bean Spinach Ragout

{ 12 comments… read them below or add one }

Moe April 17, 2012 at 1:49 pm

These recipes are a blessing to me as I’ve got a corn allergy.
Thank you so much!
I am going to share this link on my blog.
Moe

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Alysha October 6, 2012 at 7:07 am

This is awesome! I have a corn allergy so these recipes are exactly what I needed! Thank you!!!

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angelaskitchen November 8, 2012 at 8:02 am

Awesome! So glad to hear it! I am still updating this list (there are a TON more that are corn free or could be). If you see something you aren’t sure how to alter, but I don’t have it listed yet, please let me know and I will get to it right away! :)

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Shasta November 10, 2012 at 4:31 pm

Thank you for your website! We just found out our 11 month old has a corn allergy. This is going to help so much!

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Dee Dee November 27, 2012 at 3:02 pm

Thank you so much Angela. Being allergic to corn is a challenge all day every day. Thank you from all of us for your efforts, it is much appreciated. I will save you as a favorite.

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angelaskitchen November 29, 2012 at 10:58 pm

Thank you for stopping by! I am so glad this is helpful. Be sure to let me know if there is a recipe you need the corn free version of that may not be up yet and I’ll get it up sooner for you.

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Cherie November 29, 2012 at 10:40 pm

I found 2 recipes to be helpful. I am a busy mother of 2 (both in diapers), and i just do not have the time to make from scratch the cheese for macaroni and cheese. Most of these recipes are more time consuming that i have to give. I clicked on a few of the recipes that sounded good, and realized they had corn ingredients in the recipe and i was supposed to find my own substitue. Thats what im needing help with, knowing what to get. So most did not help me, but the 2 that i did get are 2 that i didnt have. I appreciate it, thank you

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angelaskitchen November 29, 2012 at 10:54 pm

Hi! I would be happy to help you find a corn free product for a specific recipe. Which ones in particular or products do you need to find? This list is very much in progress as I have to update and link each recipe from the past 6 1/2 years by hand, so feel free to let me know which you need first and I can update those recipes right away. :)

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Marika Hinton May 17, 2013 at 4:39 pm

Hi i just now learning that my 12 yr old is allergic to corn and it has been very hard for me to find things that corn starch free or corn srupy free also his allergic to potato can anyone help with menus that i can give my son,,,Thank you Marika N Seth,,

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angelaskitchen June 1, 2013 at 4:46 pm

Hi Marika. What sort of foods does he miss? Is there a recipe on this site that looks good, but has corn or potato in it? If you let me know which ones I can tell you what to replace to make the recipe corn and potato free.

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Deborah October 13, 2013 at 10:37 pm

My 14 year old son is sensitive to corn and soybean. Thank you for being here

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angelaskitchen October 14, 2013 at 5:36 pm

I am so glad this has helped! :) Have a wonderful week.

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