I have a book called 'Feed your Family for a Fiver'. It's an okay recipe book. Yesterday I made a version of the sweet potato pudding. You are supposed to cook it in a ready prepared crust, but I didn't. You mix 500g of mashed sweet potato with 100g of soft brown sugar, teaspoon of mixed spice, 90g melted butter, four egg yolks, 450g milk and 4 egg whites beaten to stiff peaks. You cook it at Gas 7 for fifteen minutes and then Gas 5 for another half hour or so. It isn't deliberately gluten free but if you cook it in a pyrex dish as I did then there is no flour. It tasted quite good as well, but while the men would like it again as soon as I like, I was underwhelmed.
Bear 'helped' me make it. I have never been good at cooking with him as I get stressed after a while. I seem to spend most of my time saying, 'hang on a minute... ' and I feel desperately inadequate. I will also say that I do tell bear he is awesome, and he is, and he stirred and whisked and weighed with gusto. It did seem to use a lot of pots and pans, but that's cooking for you.
It's the sort of recipe I am looking for, however, that isn't deliberately gluten free, just doesn't have gluten in it. Risotto is another one. Now I know I can make it in the microwave I can go for it. There are lots of options out there without gluten.
Bless - your worries put mine in perspective. Praying for you.