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A simple fruit crisp recipe for two! This Skillet Blueberry Crisp is gluten-free, vegan, and top 8 allergy-free. Get out that cast iron and make a healthy, easy treat when you need something sweet and comforting!
Published in Desserts
Delicious and easy, this Gluten-Free Kung Pao Chicken is a healthier version of the classic Chinese takeout you can make at home! A recipe that’s paleo, top 8 allergy-free, and with all the flavors and spice you love!
Published in Main Courses
Beans. I like them. But I’m the only one in my household who does. That means I don’t have many dishes that has beans in them. I’ll open up a can of black beans to go on burritos or nachos once in a while, or a can of chili to go on a potato, but a full blown meal doesn’t really happen since I would be the only one eating it. My in-laws took us out to eat recently and everyone had leftovers but me. That seemed like the perfect opportunity for me to make a pot of chili. Plus, I saw a recent ad for our local grocery store about chili, so I thought it was meant to be. I have fond memories of chili going back to being in grade school when Friday’s lunch would be chili day complete with a warm tortilla for dipping and a cinnamon roll for desert. I had never made my own chili before and I was excited to try it out and recapture those fond memories. What I love about this is how easily adaptable it is. The original recipe called for ground beef, but I used ground turkey. Or you don’t have to add any meat at all; I’ll bet tofu would work well in this too or use beans only. I decided to use three different types of beans instead of one, but you can easily swap out one type for your favorite or double up on one that you like more. But the best part of this recipe I think is the slow cooker. Just put everything into it and it’s ready to go for dinner. (I love easy!)
Published in Main Courses
Unfortunately for this celiac, oats and my gluten-shredded intestines haven't gotten back on talking terms since my diagnosis. For a while, I was riding the quinoa flake train, but I abandoned those in a desperate jump to stop the unexplainable itching that hit me a few months ago. What's an oat-cravin' gal to do? Buy packs of Bob Mills' rice and buckwheat flakes and hope for the best! For a little while, I was dancing the Goldilocks. Just rice was too thin; buckwheat alone tasted a bit too nutty. And then my taste buds landed on the perfectly thick, chewy, no-oat oatmeal! Having a bowl of this magic to look forward to makes my early college class schedule a little easier to swallow (food pun, of course, intended).
Published in Breakfast & Brunch
I'm always looking to try recipes from different cultures and this one is a HUGE favorite. We love the spice combinations. I love that it cooks so well in the slow cooker!
Published in Main Courses
This is a great dish to warm you up on a cold day. It serves 6-8 people and the leftovers are equally delicious. The recipe calls for Peanut Butter but you can use any nut butter, especially if you are allergic to peanuts. My husband would eat this every day, that’s how much he likes it!
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A baked chicken recipe that packs a bold flavor punch! Banana Pepper & Tomato Baked Chicken is gluten-free, allergy-free, paleo, and Whole 30 approved! Dinner never has to be bland with this healthy new twist for chicken breasts!
Published in Main Courses
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.
Published in Breakfast & Brunch
A year ago on this sunny, near-70-degree day in the DC metro area, we were on an endless string of school snow days. This year, I’m making lemonade and cookies; last year, I was baking satisfyingly thick oatmeal bread to eat, still warm and (vegan-) buttered, with some hot tea. If it's still chilly where you live (or if you just love a good hearty breakfast bread any time of year), check out this recipe from my blog archives.
Published in Breakfast & Brunch
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