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Chocolate Coconut Candy

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As far as candy goes, this is a pretty healthy version. It does contain some cane sugar as well as honey, but you won't believe how yummy this chocolate coconut candy is with healthy ingredients like unsweetened coconut, coconut oil, and flax seed. The post Chocolate Coconut Candy was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Fre...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan (August 1)

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This week's gluten-free menu plan includes grilled burgers, stove top meals, and a slow cooker dish. I also have some delicious side dishes and desserts lined up. Speaking of desserts, don't miss the peach upside down cake. It happens to be grain free and is delicious. The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan (August 1) was written by Linda Etherton and firs...

Is It Gluten Free?

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Eating is essential to life, and when you’re told that you can’t eat something that is in so many foods, it becomes discouraging and confusing. You just want to know what you can eat, right? Below is a table listing a few food items that people commonly ask about and whether or not they are gluten free. The post Is It Gluten Free? was written by Li...

Chia Almond Pudding Parfaits

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I love the combination of fruit, chocolate, and almond in these pudding parfaits. And not only do the ingredients sound delicious, but they're pretty too! The post Chia Almond Pudding Parfaits was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free.        ...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan (July 25)

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This week's gluten-free menu plan has some great recipes lined up that are perfect for getting dinner on the table even when the weather is super hot. The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan (July 25) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free.         ...

Nutri Ninja | Ninja Blender DUO with Auto IQ Review

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Not long ago I wrote a post about high speed blenders and whether or not you need one. In that post I told you that I own a Blendtec blender and am very happy with it. Soon after I was contacted by Ninja and asked to review one of their blenders - specifically the Nutri Ninja | Ninja Blender DUO with Auto IQ. The post Nutri Ninja | Ninja Blend...

Brown Rice Salad

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This gluten-free brown rice salad is a great summertime meal. It's cooked on the stove top and uses leftover chicken or cooked ham, and it can be served warm or cold, making it great for picnics or meals at the pool. That's how I first started using it. The post Brown Rice Salad was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free ...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan (July 18)

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Every summer I get into a cooking slump, and I bet many of you do too. That's when a gluten-free menu plan can really help. It keeps you focused when it's time to shop and time to cook. Here are some great ideas that you might want to add to your menu... The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan (July 18) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first...

Can I Use a Gluten-Free All-Purpose Flour Mix?

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"Can I use a gluten-free all-purpose flour mix in place of the flours in this recipe?" That's a question I get asked a lot. My answer? Well, do you like to play basketball? Seriously, there’s a connection which I’ll get to in a minute. But I understand why you would ask that question. It’s so much easier to use one flour rather than three or four! ...

Pizza Casserole (Slow Cooker)

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Most people love pasta and pizza, and my pizza casserole is a winning combination of the two. This slow cooker version is perfect for summer, and my husband and son gave it a thumbs up. The post Pizza Casserole (Slow Cooker) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free.   ...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan (July 11)

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This week's gluten-free menu plan anticipates hot water with two slow cooker meals and three stove top meals. The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan (July 11) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free.            

3 Foods I Eat But Don’t Tell You About

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One is green, one is controversial, and the other is gross (actually two are gross). Here are three foods I eat regularly, why I eat them, and why I haven’t told you about them. Let’s start with green (it’s an easy one). The post 3 Foods I Eat But Don't Tell You About was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker -...

No-Bake Almond Breakfast Cookies

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The following is a guest post from Arman of The Big Man's World. I first came across Linda's blog when a friend suggested I link up to her Wednesday link party, Gluten Free Wednesdays. I never started off with sharing exclusively gluten free recipes but through her blog, resources and recipes, I took it upon myself to ensure all my recipes moving f...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan (July 4)

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Happy Independence Day everyone! I hope you enjoy your day along with some good food. I'll be attending a cookout and taking my chopped veggie salad. I hope this gluten-free menu plan helps you as you prepare for the week ahead. The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan (July 4) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker -...

Gluten-Free Summer Cookout Recipes

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With 4th of July coming up this weekend, you might be planning to attend or host a summer cookout. If you're wondering what gluten-free recipes to make, here are a few suggestions The post Gluten-Free Summer Cookout Recipes was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free.   ...

Angel Food Cupcakes

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My gluten-free angel food cake is a delicious and popular recipe. Seriously. Anyone who likes angle food cake will love this cake. Don't even tell them it's gluten free unless they need it to be. But maybe you don't have an angel food cake pan or you just like cupcakes. These gluten-free angel food cupcakes are just as good as the full sized cake, ...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan (June 27)

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Thankfully our weather has cooled down a bit here, but this week's gluten-free menu plan avoids the oven anyway with the exception of the fruit pizza. The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan (June 27) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free.         ...

Using Your Slow Cooker in the Summer

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Are you interested in an easy way to have a home cooked meals without heating up your oven or standing over the grill? Using your slow cooker in the summer can help you do just that. You don’t have to store it away just because you no longer want to eat soups and stews. You can cook summertime recipes and take that cooking heat completely out of th...

Mexican Beef Bowls (Slow Cooker)

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Trying to eat at home more often? This recipe for Mexican Beef Bowls will be a hit with your family, and it is so simple and easy. It can also be adapted to different diets. The post Mexican Beef Bowls (Slow Cooker) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free.     ...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan (June 20)

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This week's gluten-free menu plan has hot weather in mind. The recipes rely on the stove top or slow cooker, with the exception of the filet mignon, which could be cooked on a grill (see note below). I threw in the filet mignon for a Father's Day idea. It's certainly not a meat that I cook regularly! The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan (June 20) was wri...

Gluten-Free Probiotics can Contribute to a Healthy Gut

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Gut health is important to the health of your whole body, and most of you know that good bacteria is crucial to maintaining a healthy gut. Eating the right foods such as fresh fruits and vegetables rather than sugary processed foods is important. But you can really help your body by consuming fermented foods and beverages. Unfortunately, many of th...

15 No-Bake Desserts for Summer

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In the heat of summer, I have no interest in turning on my oven unless it is a special occasion. I simply hate the heat, so home baked cookies and cakes are out and homemade ice cream, fruit cream, and popsicles are in. The problem comes when I want to make something to take to a cookout or other event. Frozen treats just don't work well and they u...

Almond Matcha Superfood Smoothie

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I like to drink smoothies year round, but when the weather turns hot, like it did last week, I drink them even more. This Almond Matcha Superfood Smoothie is authored by Danielle Walker of Against All Grain. The post Almond Matcha Superfood Smoothie was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on The Gluten-Free Homemaker - Gluten-free r...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan (June 13)

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Gone are all those cold winter days we had this year. The summer heat is here! I often resort to super simple meals in the summer like grilled hamburgers or chicken and a salad, but I like to provide you with other ideas in this gluten-free menu plan. The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan (June 13) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on...

Attending Gluten-Free Expos and DC Expo Recap

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Last weekend I attended the Washington, DC Gluten-Free Expo with Shirley of Gluten Free Easily. I was very pleased that in addition to a vendor hall they were offering a series of educational sessions. The post Attending Gluten-Free Expos and DC Expo Recap was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on The Gluten-Free Homemaker - Gluten...

What happened when I forgot the xanthan gum

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Not long ago I made fresh bread for my son and had it waiting when he got home from school. There was only one problem. I forgot the xanthan gum. The post What happened when I forgot the xanthan gum was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on The Gluten-Free Homemaker - Gluten-free recipes and tips from my home to yours.   &...

Strawberry Rhubarb Pancakes

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The leaves are out, the birds are singing, and all the plants are in full bloom. Don't you love being able to look out at all the wonderful colors, smells, and tastes of summer? Two of those flavors are strawberries and rhubarb. Each of them on their own is great, but to put them together is fabulous. One way to have them together is in these straw...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan (June 6)

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This week's gluten-free meal plan has some real kid friendly meals in it. It also makes use of the crock pot a couple of times, which can be a real help with getting dinner on the table at a reasonable hour. The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan (June 6) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on The Gluten-Free Homemaker - Gluten-free reci...

5 Tips for Gluten-Free Travel

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Summer travel season is here, and you might be wondering, “How do I travel gluten free?” That’s a good question! Especially when you are traveling, you want to be healthy and feel as good as possible. Accidentally consuming gluten can seriously hinder your travel plans and enjoyment. Here are some gluten-free travel tips to consider. The post 5 Tip...

Caramelized Onion & Red Pepper Frittata from Everyday Detox

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If you're looking for delicious detox recipes that you can enjoy every day, there's a new cookbook that will be available on Tuesday: Everyday Detox by Megan Gilmore. All the recipes are gluten free, and they contain allergy and special diet labels, including gluten-free, egg-free, dairy-free, nut-free, soy-free, vegan, and no sugar. Plenty of the ...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan (May 30)

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This week's gluten-free meal plan has a mix of really easy and slightly more complicated meals (the first two). Whether you follow this plan closely or just use a few ideas, I hope you find it helpful. The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan (May 30) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on The Gluten-Free Homemaker - Gluten-free recipes an...

You have a disease called noassatol (actually it was celiac disease)

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"I know what's wrong with you. You have a disease called noassatol." That's what my husband said to me when I was down to 114 pounds (at 5′ 5 1/2″) and had a very flat bottom. I was 35, uncontrollably losing weight, and very weak. It was scary. It turned out to be celiac disease, […] The post You have a disease called noassatol (a...

Chopped Veggie Salad

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Not only is this Chopped Veggie Salad colorful, it is seriously good and definitely worth making for a Memorial Day cookout. Just the other night I took it to my monthly card game with a group of friends, and every single person loved it. Most had seconds. I had thirds. One of the great things about this […] The post Chopped Veggie Salad was ...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan 5-23-15

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I hope you all are having an enjoyable Memorial Day weekend. This gluten-free menu plan takes us through the last week of May. The salmon soup is light and perfect for spring. The sloppy Joes would be good for Memorial Day if you don't want to grill. The fruit pizza could also be done in a […] The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan 5-23-15 was writte...

Washington DC Gluten-Free Expo 2015

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If you live in the Washington DC area, you might be interested in the Gluten-Free Expo which is coming up on June 7th. I have a coupon code for you below, but first a little about the Expo. Educational Sessions: 10:00 – 12:00 These sessions about celiac disease and gluten sensitivity will be presented by […] The post Washington DC Glute...

Gluten-Free Wednesdays (May 20)

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Happy Wednesday! I hope you all are having a great week and are ready to share some delicious gluten-free recipes. First be sure to read the following important announcement. GFW Summer Break Gluten-Free Wednesdays will be taking a break beginning next week. Enjoy your summer! Looking for Guest Posts I like to feature guest posts in the […] T...

Taco Meatloaf (Slow Cooker)

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Are you tired of the same old meatloaf? Spice it up a bit with this super easy gluten-free taco meatloaf that cooks in the slow cooker. How easy is that? My family really enjoyed this. I like that it is naturally dairy and grain free (if you use instant potatoes instead of bread crumbs) and […] The post Taco Meatloaf (Slow Cooker) appeared fi...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan 5-16-15

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May can be a strange month weather wise around here. Some days it feels like summer, and other days I want a jacket when I go out. That can make it difficult to plan meals, especially since I like to create a gluten-free menu plan a month in advance. If it's too hot where you are […] The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan 5-16-15 appeared first on Th...

Gluten-Free Wednesdays (May 13)

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Hi! I hope all you moms had a nice Mother's Day. I certainly did. I'm going to get right down to business today. I have an important announcement and a request. GFW Summer Break Gluten-Free Wednesdays will be taking a break for the summer beginning May 27th. That means that we will have the carnival […] The post Gluten-Free Wednesdays (May 13...

Homemade Ranch Dressing Recipe

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“It’s so easy to make!” “It only takes a few minutes!” I’ve heard it over and over about making your own salad dressing, but still I resisted for years. They’re right, you know. Making your own salad dressing is quick and easy. The main thing that drove me to doing it was ingredients. I don’t […] The post Homemade Ranch Dressing Recipe appear...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan 5-9-15

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I hope all you moms have a great Mother’s Day tomorrow! I’m so happy to be spending Mother’s Day with my boys AND my two new daughters in law! (Honestly, I love these girls so much.) This week’s gluten-free menu plan includes salmon (that’s what we’re having for Mother’s Day dinner), some easy weeknight meals, […] The post Gluten-Free Menu Pl...

Gluten-Free Wednesdays (May 6)

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Hi folks! Happy May. Daisies may be the friendliest flower, but I think May is the friendliest month. It's too bad daisies don't bloom in May! Anyway, I'm glad you've stopped by to take a look around and maybe leave your link at this week's Gluten-Free Wednesdays carnival. This carnival is co-hosted by Lynn's Kitchen […] The post Gluten-Free ...

Lemon Blueberry Trifle

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I cannot tell you how much friends and family love this Lemon Blueberry Trifle! With Mother's Day coming up, it would be a perfect flavorful dessert to serve. Our family has eaten it twice this year for birthday celebrations. Yellow Cake or Angel Food Cake? One reason I'm re-posting the recipe is because for one […] The post Lemon Blueberry T...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan 5-2-15

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Happy May! This is one of my favorite months. The weather is nice, flowers are blooming, and there is so much more fresh local produce available. I hope you take advantage of fresh fruits and vegetables in your meal planning. This gluten-free menu plan is a starting point for you. Mix and match it with […] The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan 5-2-1...

What do oatmeal cookies make you think of?

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It’s oatmeal cookie day! What do oatmeal cookies remind you of? Maybe your mom or grandma, maybe a childhood experience? My early memories of them are not particularly pleasant because my mom always put raisins in oatmeal cookies. I know it’s common, even traditional, and while I’m okay with raisins now, as a kid, they […] The post What do oa...

Gluten-Free Wednesdays (April 29)

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It’s Gluten-Free Wednesdays time again! Each week we have so many delicious recipes linked up here, it’s difficult to choose the highlights. Be sure to check out last week if you didn’t see them all. This carnival is co-hosted by Lynn's Kitchen Adventures and Cassidy’s Craveable Creations. You can enter your link on any of […] The post Gluten...

Paleo Biscuits

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When you’re on a paleo or grain-free diet and you miss bread, these paleo biscuits can come to the rescue. They’re easy to make and hold together well for a small biscuit sandwich or an accompaniment to soup or salad. I like to put egg salad or chicken salad on mine. I also like to […] The post Paleo Biscuits appeared first on The Gluten-Free...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan 4-25-15

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What’s for dinner? That’s a question that comes up in most of our minds on a regular basis. Hopefully, this gluten-free menu plan will help you answer that question. It’s unusually cool here this weekend, which might be why I have soup and chili on the menu this week (besides, they’re both delicious). I love […] The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan...

Gluten-Free Wednesdays (April 22)

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Hi, and welcome to Gluten-Free Wednesdays, the carnival of gluten-free eating ideas. Down below you’ll find links to gluten-free recipes from a wide variety of bloggers, which means you’ll find a variety of recipe types that are gluten free but may also fit other diet restrictions. I hope everyone is having a great week. As […] The post Glute...

Italian Pot Roast (Slow Cooker)

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The slow cooker is a great way to cook pot roast, and this Italian pot roast recipe, which includes tomatoes and Italian seasoning, is a nice twist on the classic dish. Since I use a 6 quart slow cooker, I purchase a large roast from BJs (close to 4 pounds) and get two meals out […] The post Italian Pot Roast (Slow Cooker) appeared first on T...

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