This last week held some very unique recipes. Lots of fun idea’s and lots of creativity! I can’t wait to try them!

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My Fav (Top 10) Recipes from

Last Week (8-17 to 8-23)

Jamaican Shepardess Pie
(Manda from Asparagus Thin)

Sugar Free Homemade Beef Jerky
(Kim from Affairs of Living)

Lemon-Lime Coconut Basil Ice
(Shirley from Gluten Free Easily)

Vegan Arugula Pesto Melange
(Deanna from The Mommy Bowl)

Zucchini Bread
(Karina from The Gluten Free Goddess)

Banana Carob Snack Cake
(Amy from Simply Sugar and Gluten Free)

Pita – Gluten Free Pockets
(from Benevolent Kitchen)

Vegan Nectarine Ice Cream with Coconut Milk
(Karina from the Gluten Free Goddess)

Simple Stomach Soothing Snacks
(Iris from The Daily Dietribe)

Stuffed Portabella Mushrooms with Quinoa
(Me from Living Free)

Which of these recipes would you like to try the most? Or… have you made any dishes similar to any listed above? I’d love to hear about it :)

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9 Responses to My Fav (Top 10) Recipes from Last Week (08/17-08/23)

  1. Andrew Vogel says:

    Does that mean you made all 10 of those recipes last week? If you didn’t, I think that’s cheating.

  2. @Andrew – Hmm, you raise an interesting point. Although, I did say “I can’t wait to try them!” :D

    You could always check out the tab on my blog called “About Top Ten Lists” too, but I don’t mind being known as a cheater either. Not when I now have a great list of treats to try! :)

    ~Aubree Cherie

  3. Iris says:

    Thanks. :) I have GOT to try those portabella mushrooms!

  4. Ricki says:

    I used to make a cake very much like Amy’s Carob-Banana cake–it was so moist and delicious, the perfect snacking cake! And I suppose most of us have made zucchini loaf, though I’ve not yet done one GF. But my favorite from the list has to be Shepherdess Pie–based on the name alone! :)

  5. Andrew Vogel says:

    @Aubree – See, your “I can’t wait to try them!” only implies you haven’t eaten them yet – not that you haven’t made them. For all I know you could have a room entirely devoted to storing snacks and treats. A little odd, but you are in public horticulture…

    And yes, you’re correct; I’m just having fun.

  6. @ Andrew – Genius! *starts drafting plans up for a new ‘snack and treats storage room’*

    @Ricki – I just made the recipe of Amy’s that you’re referring to with a bit of a twist as well! (just this AM actually… :))

  7. Karina says:

    Thanks for including my zucchini bread in your Top 10 Recipes this week. All these recipes sound delicious. Gluten-free rocks.

  8. Aubree,

    You are so sweet to put this together every week. I always feel so honored when you include me. Glad you liked my banana carob snack cake…I have some in the freezer I might pull out to have with a cup of tea. Hugs!

  9. Once again I am feeling on top of the world because you chose one of my recipes for your Top 10 roundup! Thank you, Aubree. :-) Another terrific roundup … you find and supply the best recipes! I agree with Ricki on the Shepherdess Pie; it’s such a great name. Off to look at all of them …

    Shirley

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