Pesach time you'll have a better chance to find SCD friendly recipes in the recipe section in magazines. That's because for Pesach, the rest of the community also uses unadulterated ingredients - and if you're lucky enough that the featured recipe does not call for potato/potato starch/sugar, then you may just have a good recipe to use year round as well.
That being said, I was excited to see that the recipes in this week's Monsey/Boro Park View featured only SCD friendly recipes (!!), with the exception of the luckshen, which can be easily adapted to a egg-only base. See https://themonseyview.com/current-issue.php - recipes start on page 205.
Also, on the note of unadulterated ingredients - many local stores now carry "dirty" root vegetables that haven't been bleached down. While it's somewhat of a "dirty" job getting the peels/dirt off, the actual vegetable is so divine and soooo good tasting, it makes a huge difference in the final product! It's sad to see what all the washing chemicals do to our foods, and having access to the real veggies this time of the year is a real bonus! I actually stock up somewhat on these veggies so that I have them way after Pesach for my soups and side dishes. My favorites are the dirty carrots and dirty knob celery.