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Category Archives: Gluten Free Recipes
Cinnamon rolls are one of the foods we’ve missed since our celiac diagnoses. That and doughnuts (but that’s another post). This weekend, we celebrated my oldest daughters 14th (!!!!!!!!!!!!) birthday with a sleepover. Breakfast for 10 hungry teen girls calls … Continue reading
Last night’s dinner (otherwise known as, “eek, it’s 4:20pm and I have nothing defrosted!” Keepers of all things Paleo- don’t bash me, it was this or gluten free pizza). 1 pkg (2.5lbs) boneless, skinless chicken breast tenders* $5.99 1 pkg … Continue reading
I’m not kidding here people! I’ve decided that for Thanksgiving we need gluten free dinner rolls and pie crusts. I *could* have made the pie crusts grain free relatively easily but since I’m hosting and cooking a lot of food, … Continue reading
The best priced grass fed, organic meat I can find is ground beef. This doesn’t bother me one little bit, until I start thinking of ways to cook it. Without the usual pasta or rice, it gets a bit challenging. … Continue reading
I’ve developed a love affair with the sweet potato. Who knew? Just a year ago they still registered in the weird food category for me. Today, I happily devour them. Of course, I rarely eat any other carbs so perhaps … Continue reading
Coconut Flour Bread (From Mark’s Daily Apple) You will need a small loaf pan (mine is a 4.8 cup Pyrex). Alternatively, you could probably bake in an 8 x 8 pan and end up with corn bread-ish pieces or … Continue reading
For dinner tonight. . . Butternut Squash Gnocchi (recipe from The Urban Poser). What I did different: I roasted the squash (face down in a bit of water) and I also roasted a small head of garlic in olive oil. … Continue reading