The inspirations for The Sticky Kitchen recipes come from foods I grew up on and foods I taste in restaurants that I want to replicate at home. The recipes are formatted to be the main part of your meal all planned out. The recipes can be prepared in approximately 60 to 90 minutes depending on how much time is spent socializing. Jump on board and try something new, spark interest with your kids and help foster a healthy relationship with food for your children. Taking time to make a meal from scratch increases the likelihood that your family will sit down together and enjoy it. Recipes are Dietitian Approved
Here are a few favourite recipes:
Recipes with Dairy Free options:
Going Gluten Free? Check out the Celiac Society Website for list of ingredients one must follow for a strict gluten-free diet. Many of my clients who have Celiac Disease find most of The Sticky Kitchen recipes easy to make gluten free, simply by substituting ingredients like:
- Soy sauce for a Gluten Free Tamari sauce
- Worcestershire sauce for a Gluten Free version
- Chicken stock can be replaced with an organic version from Costco called Home Goodness
- All Purpose Flour replaced with a Gluten Free version from Robin Hood or small amounts can be replaced with Corn Starch.