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Tumbling Gluten Free

Tumbling Gluten Free

Saying 'gluten free sunflower seed butter coffee chocolate flapjacks" five times fast is fun. Eating the flapjacks might be more funner. These pan-fried cakes are gluten-free, dairy-free, and nut-free (coconut oil optional and easily subbed out for vegetable oil of choice). Flexible and sweet, with the added sweetness of the sunflower seed, their creamy texture makes them fun to eat topped or naked. But the kids I shared the recipe with enjoyed trying to say the name of the flapjack as much as eating them. GLUTEN FREE SUNFLOWER SEED CHOCOLATE COFFEE FLAPJACKS. Fry away, make a stack, and enter the giveaway running this Summer for your own basket of SunButter!
Tuesday, 11 April 2017 15:16

Maple Banana Breakfast Bars

If you can tolerate oats, these bars are a beauty of gluten-free breakfast for any day. I like to make a triple-batch and have them throughout the week either toasted and cold spread with preserves or nut butter. Textured like scones, easily packed and with a delicate sweetness even before topping, they make a good english muffin substitute as well. *This last year, I was advised to go off oats. Many celiacs cannot tolerate oats. A substitution is possible.
Friday, 07 April 2017 15:52

Coconut-Teff Breakfast Flakes

Breakfast flakes like corn-flakes and bran-flakes -- but more delicate, with a sweet edge and a great crunch? This recipe made my day when I first tossed it together -- accidentally. I was aiming for crackers, but the first batch crumbled. Not wanting to throw them out, I tried a corner: and then I poured the wax-papered sheet into a bowl with blueberries and coconut milk. Mistakes and ingenuity are a celiac best friend -- and the foundation for some serious-celiac-good cereal.
It is frigid-cold in Beantown. I woke up not long ago, my digital indoor thermometer purple with single-digit outdoor weather. And gluten-free French Toast with a crisp sounded good. And a dozen pancakes sounded necessary to get me through the 0-degree weather. And a ton of protein and something creamy. “You can’t have both –“ Meaning both crunchy and fluffy at the same time. (My friend had insisted a few days before. Especially gluten-free. “Yes, I can.” I said. Having celiac means a developing a strong ingenuity muscle. But I was stubborn from birth. So I did. Crunchy-Fluffy in a nutshell…or in a cake, if you will be literal. Want something novel, warm, and fortifying for the Winter? This protein-packed crunch-fluff does it. And it reminds me: Yes. I can. Be nourished -- and enjoy the food-ride.
Wednesday, 26 October 2016 15:28

One-Ingredient Gluten-Free Crispy Granola

Gluten-Free Oat-Free Speedy Granola! Faster than a speeding bullet. More budget-friendly than your local .99 cent shop! Crunchy as a breast-feeding young mum eating hemp seeds out of a paper sack! ...or if you want to be short and sweet, Crispy Gluten-Free Buckwheat Granola. These days, I have a longing to meander in kitchen at slow speeds, baking and chatting and cooking slow. But as a young professional in Beantown, I have a need for slow food made or available fast. Although it's foundational to self-care and good digestion to eat in peace, and slowly, that doesn't mean every meal I swallow needs to take as long to cook as it does to eat.
Monday, 10 October 2016 16:17

Pumpkin-Pie-in-a-Glass

I've taken my MRM Veggie Elite and Garden of Life Raw protein powders, and with a bit of tinned organic pumkpin, organic non-dairy milk, and spices, paired with a sauce-pan, I made a glass of pumpkin pie. It's bloody brilliant, and oy yes, it tastes like pie: drinkable pie. Gluten free pie. Snow will soon be sticking, and sticking, and sticking again, -- and then for well-ploughed snow-walls up beside the roadways and down the drive, and icicles that hang snaggletoothed two storeys long. Even now, it's rather cold for smoothies. Though I've been making my share of smoothies all the same -- there's little easier to toss together gluten-free and whole-food-fast than a smoothie. (Not to mention, because of the ease of nutritional additions, smoothies are a great go-to: they provide meal supplements for healthy weight gain, or snacks for celiac-athlete recovery that's easily digestible.)
Monday, 08 February 2016 12:58

Fat Tuesday Oven-Baked Pancakes

[ ...gluten-free, dairy-free, celebratory...]
Thursday, 04 February 2016 15:01

Breakfast Squash Bowl

[ ...who said you couldn't squash breakfast in? dairy and gluten-free! ]
Thursday, 04 February 2016 13:47

Cinnabun Gluten Free Chocolate Griddle Cake

[ ...dairy-free, protein-packed, but sweet as a cinnabun...]
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