…or a crunchy snack! This recipe offers the option of Ranch or Italian flavor. As many of us know, gluten free bread is expensive and tends to dry out pretty fast. If you have some dry, stale gluten free bread on the verge of being thrown away, consider spending about 20 minutes making these croutons which also double as a quick snack too. Yummy! Continue Reading
Tasty and filling, these spring rolls are ready in about 45 minutes. Baking the rolls add a little crisp to the finished product. Depending on you mood and tastebuds, choose from the three sauces for dipping.
On my gluten free journey, I’ve naturally migrated toward less, including less ingredients, less chemicals and trying to spend less money. This includes ridding my home of harsh chemicals, as even some of the eco-friendly products cause some respiratory issues for me. I now make several of my own cleaners and use them on various surfaces throughout my home. Continue Reading
Looking for a quick and delicious breakfast muffin that’s not dry and crumbly? These muffins are perfect with your coffee or tea and from start to finish, ready in about 30 minutes! Freeze and thaw leftovers for a quick and easy breakfast another day.
I mistakenly purchased this item after only reading the convincing front product panel. When I got home from the store, I sat down to eat this, and in the midst of a few bites, decided to read about this tasty product. Then I saw the allergen label and ceased eating this product. Continue Reading
Looking for a delicious sauce for dipping? Try this easy to make sauce with simple ingredients, ready in just minutes. Use a blender or food processor to get the super-creamy consistency. I used the smoothie cup and blade attachment from my all-in-one kitchen appliance to whip this together. Continue Reading
Yes, it’s true. I have a thing for Sriracha. It’s been by my side in the kitchen for the last few weeks. Here it makes an appearance with butter and shrimp. Quick, easy and delicious as an appetizer or toss it into your favorite gluten free noodles (or zucchini noodles) for an awesome dinner. Something tells me you may fall in love with it too. Continue Reading
When I first went GF, I really missed the occasional deep fried deliciousness of stuff like this. And since I make then in my own kitchen, I don’t have to worry about any cross contamination like I would have to in a restaurant fryer – believe it or not, I once had a server tell me the hot oil kills gluten…ugh. Oh, bless their heart for their lack of knowledge. If you don’t have shallots, use onions Just slice them thin. Continue Reading
Where is the best place to get those “unique” ingredients you need to make many tasty Gluten Free (GF) items? It depends. Some places are better than others when it comes to carrying the brands and ingredients that work best for you. Continue Reading
Bread, hot and fresh out of the oven. Nothing makes us gluten free folks more excited (or sometimes more cynical), hoping it’ll meet our expectations with taste and texture. Because there’s no yeast in this bread, this recipe requires only about 10 minutes of prep time and another 20-25 minutes to bake. Continue Reading