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Mexican Lasagna

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This Mexican lasagna casserole has been a great hit with my family and many others. It’s good for feeding a moderate sized crowd (just like regular lasagna) because you can make three or four recipes ahead of time then just heat them in the oven. Gluten-free corn bread goes great with this. One recipe feeds... Read More » The post Mexican Lasa...

Gluten-Free Meal Plan (April 30)

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Two recipes on this week's gluten-free meal plan would work for Cinco de Mayo - Taco Meatloaf or Beef Bowls, or check out more gluten-free Mexican recipes. The post Gluten-Free Meal Plan (April 30) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free.        ...

Do you have cilantro aversion?

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Mexican recipes are a staple in my menu plans because they are often corn or rice based and naturally gluten free. However, although many Mexican recipes contain cilantro, I don't use it. The reason is that my youngest son has a cilantro aversion. It's different than simply not liking a food. The post Do you have cilantro aversion? was written by L...

Veggie Cobb Dip + a Giveaway!

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This Veggie Cobb Dip is so fresh and delicious, you can enjoy it any day of the week. But it's perfect for Cinco de Mayo, which is just around the corner. The post Veggie Cobb Dip + a Giveaway! was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free.        ...

Gluten-Free Meal Plan (April 23)

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This gluten-free meal plan will help you with that unending task of getting a healthy meal on the table each night. The post Gluten-Free Meal Plan (April 23) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free.             

What Coconut Oil I Use and Why

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When I made the decision to stop using standard vegetable oils, coconut oil was my best option for the majority of recipes. There was one problem - it tastes like coconut, and my family didn't always like that flavor. The post What Coconut Oil I Use and Why was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping yo...

Cassava Coconut Paleo Bread Balls

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If you crave a little bread with your meal, these grain-free, paleo bread balls are super easy to make. And if you miss the feel of soft dough in your hands, you will LOVE this kneadable dough! The post Cassava Coconut Paleo Bread Balls was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free. ...

Gluten-Free Meal Plan (April 16)

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If you have trouble getting dinner on the table every night, the first step is to have a plan. Hopefully, this gluten-free meal plan with help you prepare delicious meals that everyone will enjoy, gluten free or not. The post Gluten-Free Meal Plan (April 16) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping y...

7 Time-Saving Cooking Tips

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Cooking takes time, there's no doubt about it, but these time-saving tips can help you put healthy homemade meals on your table in less time than you might expect. The post 7 Time-Saving Cooking Tips was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free.       ...

Skillet Lemon and Dill Chicken Breasts

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This lemon and dill chicken is making a regular appearance on my menu because it is a quick, easy, and flavorful meal that's perfect for a weeknight dinner. And because my husband and son love it! The post Skillet Lemon and Dill Chicken Breasts was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten f...

Gluten-Free Meal Plan (April 9)

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This week's gluten-free menu plan uses the slow cooker and stovetop to help you put a delicious meal on the table each night. The post Gluten-Free Meal Plan (April 9) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free.             

10 Best Gluten-Free Cake Recipes

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These 10 gluten-free cake recipes have topped the charts not only at my house but with friends and family as well, gluten free or not. The post 10 Best Gluten-Free Cake Recipes was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free.            &#...

Chocolate Chip Walnut Snack Bars

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If you often eat on-the-go and want an option that's more frugal than expensive pre-made bars, these homemade Chocolate Chip Walnut Snack Bars are a hit at my house. The post Chocolate Chip Walnut Snack Bars was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free.      &#...

Gluten-Free Meal Plan (April 2)

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Eating gluten free doesn't have to be difficult, and this gluten-free meal plan will help you get a delicious dinner on the table as well as give you ideas for breakfast and dessert. The post Gluten-Free Meal Plan (April 2) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free.   ...

The Future of Gluten-Free Oats

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There was an article published this week that highlights a concern for the gluten-free community. It's about a company that produces pure gluten-free oats and the prospect that their 2016 crop might be put on hold. The post The Future of Gluten-Free Oats was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you b...

Chocolate Cake

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For anyone who likes to bake at home, a good chocolate cake recipe is a must. It's great for birthdays, holidays, parties, and everyday. This gluten-free chocolate cake recipe will not disappoint. It is moist and delicious. The post Chocolate Cake was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be glut...

Gluten-Free Meal Plan (March 26)

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It's Easter weekend, and many people get together for a family meal. It's not difficult to make that meal gluten free. I have a few Easter dinner ideas in this gluten-free meal plan, including super easy Honey Mustard Ham, a potato casserole that everyone loves, and a Lemon Blueberry Trifle that makes a holiday-worthy dessert. The post Gluten-Free ...

Healthy Carrot Muffins (Paleo) for March Muffin Madness

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These healthy carrot muffins are easy to make, moist, and flavorful. We love them for an easy breakfast or snack. They're gluten and dairy free and paleo! The post Healthy Carrot Muffins (Paleo) for March Muffin Madness was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free.    &#...

Gluten-Free Meal Plan (March 19)

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This week's gluten-free meal plan includes some family favorites like the Mexican short ribs, macaroni and cheese, and cheeseburger rice. And with Easter coming up next week, I've included hot cross buns and a couple of homemade Easter candy recipes. The post Gluten-Free Meal Plan (March 19) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on...

Gluten-Free Recipe Fix: Easter and Spring Eats

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Spring is almost here and so is Easter! And the purpose of Gluten-Free Recipe Fix is to share holiday and seasonal recipe ideas. It's a great time of year for enjoying fresh food as well as homemade treats and holiday related dishes. Whether you're here to share a recipe or just browse, I'm glad you're here! I'm co-hosting... Read More » The p...

Millet Breakfast Tacos and Eating Clean Cookbook

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Today I have a great recipe for you that comes from Amie's new cookbook. This is a breakfast recipe, but these millet tacos can also be served for lunch or dinner, if desired. This filling combination of whole grains and veggies will keep you satisfied until your next meal. The post Millet Breakfast Tacos and Eating Clean Cookbook was written by Li...

Gluten-Free Meal Plan (March 12)

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You'll find a good bit of variety in this week's gluten-free meal plan with slow cooker meals, stove top pasta, chicken chili, and even gluten-free hot pockets. The almond cranberry muffins are great for breakfast or snack (they use some almond flour but are not completely grain free) and stay nice and moist. The post Gluten-Free Meal Plan (March 1...

Cream Soups Recipe

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I'm republishing this recipe for gluten-free cream of chicken soup (or mushroom) because it is so easy to make and can be used in a variety of recipes. The post Cream Soups Recipe was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free.           ...

Gluten-Free Meal Plan (March 5)

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This week's gluten-free meal plan has some easy and delicious weeknight meals. The fish sticks take a little more work, but they're a real treat for the kids. Try the vegetable soup and wonderful French bread rolls to accompany your meals. The post Gluten-Free Meal Plan (March 5) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free...

Paleo Baked Chicken Tenders

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I know many people are on the lookout for easy weeknight meals. Chicken tenders are a bit more expensive, but they are nice because they don't take as long to cook as a full chicken breast. In fact, you can have these gluten-free, paleo baked chicken tenders ready in about 30 minutes. The post Paleo Baked Chicken Tenders was written by Linda Ethert...

Gluten-Free Meal Plan (February 27)

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I hope this gluten-free meal plan helps you get dinner on the table, and a delicious one at that. Most of these recipes can be made dairy free and still be delicious. In fact, that's the way I prefer the salmon chowder. It's a flavorful light chowder that I really love! The post Gluten-Free Meal Plan (February 27) was written by Linda Etherton and ...

5 Homemade Gluten-Free Pizza Crust Recipes

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If you're craving a good pizza, here are 5 homemade gluten-free pizza crust recipes you can make from my favorite thick and chewy crust to a zucchini crust. The post 5 Homemade Gluten-Free Pizza Crust Recipes was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free.      &...

Baked Ratatouille

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This baked ratatouille combines vegetables, olive oil, and herbs to make a delicious vegetable dish that is one of my absolute favorites. It can be served alone or put on top of just about anything. The post Baked Ratatouille was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free.   &...

Gluten-Free Meal Plan (February 20)

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This week's gluten-free meal plan includes delicious recipes like our favorite bacon wrapped chicken breasts. They're easy to make too! Your family will enjoy the baked meatballs to make spaghetti dinner extra special, and the French bread is sooo good when it's fresh out of the oven. The post Gluten-Free Meal Plan (February 20) was written by Lin...

5 Reasons I’m Glad to Be Gluten Free

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Having to be gluten free can be a challenge. I totally get that. It's especially hard when you are first starting out, and some people end up being pretty upset about it. It helps to look on the bright side, so here are five reasons why I'm glad to be gluten free. The post 5 Reasons I'm Glad to Be Gluten Free was written by Linda Etherton and first...

Paleo Banana Bars

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These Paleo Banana Bars are great for snacking on. They are soft but not crumbly, moist, slightly sweet, and grain free. They're made with real food ingredients like bananas, natural almond butter, almond flour, coconut flour, and honey. They're practically perfect in every way. The post Paleo Banana Bars was written by Linda Etherton and first app...

Gluten-Free Meal Plan (February 13)

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An early Happy Valentine's Day to all of you, my beloved readers! If you're planning to cook a romantic meal at home, consider the sticky sesame salmon. The post Gluten-Free Meal Plan (February 13) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free.        ...

Chicken and Brown Rice (Slow Cooker)

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This slow cooker chicken and brown rice uses homemade gluten-free cream of chicken soup and is flavored with real onion and herbs instead of onion soup mix. It's an easy way to cook brown rice and the chicken turns out very tender. The post Chicken and Brown Rice (Slow Cooker) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Ho...

Gluten-Free Meal Plan (February 6)

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This weekend I'm visiting with my parents and happy to make some delicious meals for them. I planned ahead considering how I could turn dinner leftovers into a different meal for lunch the next day. I also planned to have leftovers they could eat after I'm gone. The point is that sometimes it takes unusual circumstances... Read More » The post...

Gluten-Free Recipe Fix: Valentine’s Day & Winter Chow

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Welcome to our winter edition of Gluten-Free Recipe Fix. For this carnival, we're sharing both Valentine's Day recipes and winter chow. Think soups, stews, winter fruit and vegetables, baked goods, etc. The post Gluten-Free Recipe Fix: Valentine's Day & Winter Chow was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker...

Over 50 Paleo Resources for FREE!

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Everyone loves free stuff, and today I have a really great offer to tell you about. PaleoDork is giving away tons of paleo resources from various authors for FREE! The post Over 50 Paleo Resources for FREE! was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free.      &#...

Edible Chocolate Cups

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These edible chocolate cups are easy to make and require only one ingredient. Fill them with pudding, ice cream, or fruit for a delicious treat. The post Edible Chocolate Cups was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free.            ...

Gluten-Free Meal Plan (January 31)

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There are several slow cooker recipes lined up in this week's gluten-free meal plan, making it easy to get dinner on the table in the evening. The post Gluten-Free Meal Plan (January 31) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free.          ...

Can Gluten in the Air Harm You?

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If you work in a bakery or a restaurant that bakes from scratch or if someone in your home bakes with wheat flour, you should know that flour (and therefore gluten) gets in the air and can be a risk to your health. The post Can Gluten in the Air Harm You? was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you ...

Mexican Beef Stew (Slow Cooker)

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If you like Mexican flavors added to your meals, then you'll love this easy gluten-free Mexican Beef Stew. Stew is perfect for the slow cooker because the meat becomes nice and tender when it is cooked long and slow. The post Mexican Beef Stew (Slow Cooker) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping yo...

Gluten-Free Meal Plan (January 23)

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Stir fry, meatballs, taco soup, and pizza are among the delicious recipes in this gluten-free meal plan. The muffins are great for an easy breakfast or snack, and don't miss the brownies! Everyone will love them! The post Gluten-Free Meal Plan (January 23) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you...

Is it okay to cheat on the gluten-free diet?

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For many people, it is not okay to cheat on the gluten-free diet, but it's difficult to never cheat, especially when you don't have symptoms. Here's some help. The post Is it okay to cheat on the gluten-free diet? was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free.     &#...

Ground Beef and Broccoli with Mushrooms and Ginger

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This Ground Beef and Broccoli with Mushrooms and Ginger is a flavorful skillet meal that is similar to beef and broccoli stir fry. In this case, the broccoli is lightly steamed rather than stir fried, and of course, this recipe uses ground beef rather than steak. The post Ground Beef and Broccoli with Mushrooms and Ginger was written by Linda Ether...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan (January 16)

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This gluten-free menu plan is full of easy and delicious meals from enchiladas to chowder to cheeseburger rice! Kids will love the chocolate chip cookies! The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan (January 16) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free.        ...

25 Gluten-Free Ground Beef Recipes

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Do you need easy weeknight meals? These gluten-free ground beef recipes are perfect! Ground beef is a great protein source for dinner because it's easy to cook, it can be used in a variety of recipes, kids usually like it, and when you're on a tight budget, a little can go a long way. The post 25 Gluten-Free Ground Beef Recipes was written by Linda...

Applesauce Muffins (Paleo)

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These paleo applesauce muffins are gluten free, dairy free, and refined sugar free. They're great for breakfast or snacks and are perfect for on-the-go eating. The post Applesauce Muffins (Paleo) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free.        &...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan (January 9)

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This week's gluten-free menu plan starts off with a delicious chicken scampi that makes a nice weekend meal. There's soup to warm you up on a cold day and kid friendly meals like taco rice and biscuit crust pizza. The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan (January 9) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you...

Dealing with Food Intolerance Other than Gluten

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As someone with celiac disease, it can be easy to focus solely on gluten when it comes to food intolerance or sensitivity. However, gluten is not the only food that causes problems, and often times people have gluten intolerance combined with one or more other food intolerance. The post Dealing with Food Intolerance Other than Gluten was written by...

Beef Stew (Slow Cooker)

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This gluten-free beef stew recipe was one of the earliest recipes I posted on this blog. I decided it was time to update it and bring it back to your attention (though it was listed in last week's Top 20 Recipes of 2015). It's a delicious and comforting cold weather meal that is easy to prepare with your slow cooker. The post Beef Stew (Slow Cooker...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan (January 2)

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With the holidays over and winter officially here (even though we've had a few days of record breaking high temperatures and had to run the air conditioner on Christmas Day), it's time for some everyday, warm comfort food. The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan (January 2) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - H...

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