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Browse our members' recipes for "summer favorites", or use our advanced search to find ones that work for the way YOU eat!

Treat yourself to an easy and elegant dinner of Wine Poached Cod with Sweet Onion Drizzle. This recipe is gluten-free, paleo, and perfect for a luxurious date night without all the fuss!
Published in Main Courses
A new twist on tacos! Thai Green Curry Tacos are a fabulous Asian/Mexican fusion recipe to try. Gluten-free, vegan, and allergy-friendly, these tacos will make for a delicious and healthy dinner or lunch!
Published in Main Courses
Here’s the thing about having a tree nut allergy: for me, most of the time, I don’t feel left out at all. Having spent my whole life knowing not only that nuts are off limits but potentially deadly, they truly don’t have any allure. If I see nuts in the grocery store, on a table, or at a fair, I generally give them a wide berth and carry on with my day. It’s rare for me to see a food with nuts and think “man, I wish I could have that!” It’s only when the nuts are well-hidden, they’re the only food option nearby, or I’m extremely hungry that I feel any resentment towards foods with nuts (or the people serving them.) I know everyone is different and this is not a universal attitude, but that’s how it is for me. Except for Pesto. I don’t know precisely what it is; maybe it’s the fact that the nuts are well-hidden in pesto, maybe it’s the tantalizing aromas of garlic and basil that come with it, or maybe it’s just that I’m attracted to the foods pesto is generally put onto. Regardless, pesto sauce is one of the few nut-containing foods that I regularly salivate at and wish it didn’t contain those dang nuts.
Published in Condiments & Sauces
So I know these may not have the most PC name, but you have to admit they sound interesting. It was just what my grandmother called them growing up. I think it was more that we made them before going camping and that we just threw whatever we wanted on top of a hamburger patty, wrapped it in foil, and cooked it over an open fire. Even though we only had these a few times with my grandmother I remembered them well and immediately thought of them when trying to find allergy friendly recipes after my husband was first diagnosed. They have become a favorite of the entire family, even my nieces and nephews ask for Hobo Burgers when they visit. I cook them while camping or at home in the oven when the weather is cold or on the grill when the weather is nice. We've gotten pretty creative with our Hobos since my grandmother first made them when I was little, gourmet even. You could almost call them Hobos 2.0. I hope you get creative with yours and add whatever you like. Below is the most popular version at our house.
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The other night I pulled out my phone while making dinner, looking for inspiration to turn our abundant cucumber and tomato crops into an attractive vegetable dish. After seeing a few ideas, I began playing around. Then hubby walked into the kitchen. Hubby: *gasp!* Is that a Greek salad? Me: It’s a cucumber, tomato, and feta salad. Is that Greek? Hubby: I think so!! So hubby decided to add olives to his salad as well. I dunno, it’s all Greek to me! Regardless of what you call it, this dish turned out to be both bright and refreshing! An exciting change from regular garden salads.
Published in Salads & Sides
Check Out Gluten Free Happy Hour Drink Feature!
Published in Beverages
Finding allergy-friendly recipes can be hard when you’re new, which is why I love sharing them here on my blog! This week, I’ve got a great, garden-fresh Cucumber Salad made mostly from my own backyard! If you like cucumber, you’ll love this delicious, easy side dish!
Published in Salads & Sides
This nut-free berry tart can also be easily made gluten-free & is filled with any seasonal fruit available.
Published in Desserts
Even if you're not dairy-free or vegan, our better-for-you banana based ice cream recipes, in a variety of flavors, are creamy, delicious and full of nutrients, not fat and sugar.
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A  Gluten Free Tailgate Monster to cool you off on a hot day!
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