Gluten Free Dairy Free Lasagna (yes it's possible!)

from Feast for Days

P1090258_copy
Description

Whenever I talk to people about Feast for Days, one comment that always comes up is, "This would be a great place for people with dietary restrictions to connect, share, and explore."

Well it's time I put my dairy free cheese where my mouth is.

After researching the dish whose previous main selling point for me was it's over abundance of dairy, making diary free/gluten free lasagna is not only possible but it looks super tasty (I've also had the chive ricotta cheese and it's great!).

If this is your first time cooking gluten/dairy free come join me in the process of learning by making. If you've cooked this dish (or other gluten free dishes) before, come help!

Details:
2-3 servings per person
If there is money left over I will purchase:
1. Extra food (potentially a salad)
2. Drinks
3. Drugs (just kidding)

ANNNND! If you can't make the feast. Sign up anyways and we'll arrange a pick up.

Organizer
Profilephoto

Founder of Feast for Days, interaction designer, married, former college athlete, 4th grade chess club president.

Stringio

I want to hear mountains sing & see the Aurora borealis. Learning to let Him do immeasurably more in and through me.


N682570895_1544522_8766

Former marketing professional. Now exploring everything else and embracing life along the way. Works at Feast for Days, though still confounded as to where the "On" button is on the stove.


Comments

Please first sign up or log in to leave a comment

Please first sign up or log in to leave a comment

Stringio
Lyndsey Sweeney
over 4 years ago

Alright! I am in.... this dish is super yummy. :)

Stringio
Lyndsey Sweeney
over 4 years ago

You are using a soy-free cheese, correct?

Profilephoto
Jonathan Lewis
over 4 years ago

Correct. We are using the dairy free cashew "Ricotta" spread. Then depending on how much money is leftover, the rice shreds. Looking forward to gleaning from your cooking wisdom Lyndsey!

Profilephoto
Jonathan Lewis
over 4 years ago

Correct. We are using the dairy free cashew "Ricotta" spread. Then depending on how much money is leftover, the rice shreds. Looking forward to gleaning from your cooking wisdom Lyndsey!

Profilephoto
Jonathan Lewis
over 4 years ago

Correct. We are using the dairy free cashew "Ricotta" spread. Then depending on how much money is leftover, rice shreds. Looking forward to gleaning from your cooking wisdom Lyndsey!

Profilephoto
Jonathan Lewis
over 4 years ago

Correct. We are using the dairy free cashew "Ricotta" spread. Then depending on how much money is leftover, rice shreds. Looking forward to gleaning from your cooking wisdom Lyndsey!

Profilephoto
Jonathan Lewis
over 4 years ago

Pressed reply too many times. My apologies.

Stringio
Lyndsey Sweeney
over 4 years ago

great! I highly recommend the Dayia Mozzarella Cheese shreds if there are funds left. 1 bag would be sufficient for two recipes worth. I usually only use the sherds for the top. :)

Please first sign up or log in to leave a comment

Avatar
Bethany Stolle
over 4 years ago

I can't be there to make the meal, but I'd love some leftovers!

Profilephoto
Jonathan Lewis
over 4 years ago

Sounds good Bethany!

Profilephoto
Jonathan Lewis
over 4 years ago

Sounds good Bethany!

Please first sign up or log in to leave a comment

Newsletter sign up

Sign up for our newsletter to get updates!


Follow us
HourSchool, Inc. 2013
Aspire to inspire from the heart of Austin, Texas