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Game Day Recipes

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Whether you’re hosting a Super Bowl party, attending one, or just watching the game with your family, here are some ideas for gluten-free game day recipes that everyone will enjoy. Many, if not most, of these recipes are dairy free. And if you want even more ideas, check out my complete list of appetizers/snacks and […] The post Game Day Reci...

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Gluten-Free Wednesdays (January 28)

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Thanks for joining us for another week of Gluten-Free Wednesdays. There were some delicious looking recipes linked up last week. It’s always difficult to choose highlights, but you can see them below or go back and take a look at last week’s carnival. This carnival is co-hosted by Lynn's Kitchen Adventures and Cassidy’s Craveable Creations. […...

Tater Meatloaf Mini Muffins

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If you’re looking for hearty but small sized food for game day, these tater meatloaf mini muffins are just the ticket. They’re also great if you’re feeding anyone who is not a fan of spicy hot food, but they’re tasty enough for everyone to enjoy. My husband has always loved tater tots. When we were […] The post Tater Meatloaf Mini Muffins app...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan 1-24-15

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This week’s gluten-free menu plan has some easy yet family favorite recipes including chicken and broccoli stir fry, taco soup, and cheeseburger rice. I realize looking at it, there there are several beef recipes in a row, but ground turkey can easily be used in the taco soup with great results. And don’t miss the […] The post Gluten-Free Men...

Gluten-Free Wednesdays (January 21)

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I’m not a football fan, but I do enjoy watching the Super Bowl and munching of snacks. Now that this year’s teams are decided, you might be thinking about what to serve while watching the big game. I bet there will be a at least a few gluten-free recipe ideas linked up here this week […] The post Gluten-Free Wednesdays (January 21) appeared f...

Salmon Balls

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These salmon balls are an easy, tasty, appetizer, or they can be served for dinner instead of salmon cakes. They are easy to cook since they are baked rather than fried. Just pop them in the oven and 20 minutes later they’re done. Serve with homemade tartar sauce or remoulade sauce. While these salmon balls […] The post Salmon Balls appeared ...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan 1-17-15

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With my second son now married, I’ve gone from feeding five or more on a daily basis to feeding only three. I’m learning to adjust my menu plans, make smaller recipes, and use leftovers more. This weekly gluten-free menu plan has for some time been suggestions to help you, and not necessarily what I plan […] The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan 1-1...

Gluten-Free Wednesdays (January 14)

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Happy Wednesday! It’s a cold but calm week here now that my second son is married. Two weddings in two months time with Thanksgiving and Christmas in between is a lot! I’m so happy to now have two daughters, but I’m also happy to settle back into a more normal routine, like hosting this Gluten-Free […] The post Gluten-Free Wednesdays (January...

Banana Nut Bars (Paleo)

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My sons are on the go a lot and often have long days at school or work. Filling, easy to eat foods such as these paleo banana nut bars come in handy. These bars hold together pretty well (but they’re not indestructible). They’re lightly sweet, though the sweetness will vary according to how ripe the […] The post Banana Nut Bars (Paleo) appear...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan (January 10)

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This week’s gluten-free menu plan includes cold weather food like soup, easy weeknight meals like taco rice, and fun food like pizza casserole. I hope it makes your week go a little more smoothly. The recipes in this menu plan are all gluten free. I also provide suggestions for dairy free and grain free diets […] The post Gluten-Free Menu Pla...

Gluten-Free Wednesdays (January 7)

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Happy New Year! And welcome back after a holiday break from Gluten-Free Wednesdays. Whether you’re trying to start the new year eating a more healthy diet or are just interested in finding new gluten-free recipes, you’ve come to the right place. Co-Host Changes Last year I added two co-hosts to this carnival, and one of […] The post Gluten-Fr...

Potato Chowder

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One of the things I love about cold weather is eating soup. This is one of our favorite soups. Truly, every member of my family really likes it, and I have extended family who enjoy it too. With sausage and potato in it, you can serve it as a main dish, and if you have meat […] The post Potato Chowder appeared first on The Gluten-Free Homemak...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan 1-3-15

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Happy New Year! Life is really busy here with another son getting married soon, but it’s all exciting. And things will slow down soon enough. Especially when life is busy, it’s helpful to have a plan for meals. I hope this gluten-free menu plan helps you. The recipes in this menu plan are all gluten […] The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan 1-3-15 a...

Most Popular Recipes of 2014

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This roundup highlights the top 20 most popular recipes from my entire site during 2014.  While my other roundups have reminded you of recipes I shared over the past year, this roundup covers old and new recipes that have been popular throughout the year. Even if you’ve been following my blog for a while, take […] The post Most Popular Recipe...

Gluten-Free Dinner Recipes of 2014

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As I look back over the recipes I shared on this blog during 2014, I realize there are quite a few gluten-free dinner recipes that my family enjoys on a regular basis. These recipes cover main dishes and side dishes, and many, if not most of them, are grain free. Main Dish Recipes Salmon Quiche […] The post Gluten-Free Dinner Recipes of 2014 ...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan 12-27-14

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I hope everyone had a Merry Christmas and enjoyed a little time off this week. I sure did! I love having a few days where I spend very little time on the computer and can focus on being with my family. The recipes in this gluten-free menu plan are all gluten free. I also provide […] The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan 12-27-14 appeared first on Th...

Grain-Free Recipes of 2014

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Since I went grain-free over two years ago, I've posted a number of grain-free recipes on this blog. In this post I want to highlight grain-free dessert and baking recipes that I posted in 2014. I’ve also shared grain-free dinner recipes that are simply naturally grain-free. I’ll share those in another roundup. I cut grains […] The post Grain...

Thumbprint Cookies (Grain Free)

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The following is a guest post by my friend, Danielle McKinney (see more information about her below). I’ve always loved thumbprint cookies, and now I’m glad to have a grain free version! These grain-free thumbprint cookies have a wonderful almond taste without being too dense or crumbly. Topped with your favorite jelly or jam, they’re […] The...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan 12-20-14

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With Christmas being this week, I've included fewer dinner ideas and more breakfast ideas in this gluten-free menu plan. I hope you all have a great week and a wonderful Christmas! The recipes in this menu plan are all gluten free. I also provide suggestions for dairy free and grain free diets for those who […] The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan ...

Gluten Free Christmas Recipes

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Christmas is only a week away, and many of you are busy with holiday baking. Here’s a roundup of some of my favorite gluten free Christmas recipes, from sugar cookies to fudge to cinnamon rolls, that everyone (gluten free or not) is sure to enjoy. Many of these recipes or dairy free or can easily […] The post Gluten Free Christmas Recipes app...

GFW: Peppermint Snowball Cookies, Gingerbread and Nut & Fruit Clusters

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Happy Holidays! Christmas is next week, and most of us are busy with holiday parties, baking, shopping, card mailing, and more! Since Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve are both on a Wednesday, we’ll be taking the next two weeks off from this carnival. But we’ll be back on January 7th! This carnival is co-hosted […] The post GFW: Peppermint Sno...

Coconut Clove Balls (Dairy Free)

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For years I made these coconut clove balls at Christmas time. My sister-in-law in particular loved them and would ask me to make them. I don’t eat those balls now for two reasons. First, they contain milk, and consuming even small amounts of dairy makes me itch.  Second, they contain lots of sugar, and while […] The post Coconut Clove Balls (...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan 12-13-14

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It’s a busy time of year, isn’t it? It’s amazing how the holiday parties and visits with out of town friends fill up the schedule. I wish it could be more spread out instead of all in one crazy month! With that in mind, this week’s gluten-free menu plan is pretty easy. It doesn’t get much easier […] The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan 12-13-14 app...

GFW: Pumpkin Cheesecake Muffins, Coffee Cake & Applesauce Crumb Cake

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Welcome to another week of sharing great gluten-free eating recipes and ideas. If you’re adding a link, remember to read over the carnival guidelines listed below. This carnival is co-hosted by my friends Shirley of gfe–gluten free easily (and All Gluten-Free Desserts) and Lynn of Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures. Your links will show up on all [...

Spritz Cookies

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These Spritz Cookies have been a favorite gluten-free Christmas cookie at our house for many years. When my kids were younger, they enjoyed helping me make them. And everyone enjoys eating them. Gluten eating friends and family scarf them down, never thinking they are anything but delicious! So since I first posted this recipe five years […] ...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan 12-6-14

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This week’s gluten-free menu plan has a mixture of easy meals and slightly more involved meals. If you have kids, making fish sticks is totally worth it, but if you don’t have time, you can always do baked fish. Homemade calzones are also a real treat, but they may be something you have to make […] The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan 12-6-14 appea...

GFW: Gluten-Free Pecan Pie, Dairy-Free Whipped Cream & Banana Bread

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I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving, enjoying time with family and/or friends along with delicious gluten-free food. I know I did. We even got to enjoy 8 inches of beautiful snow! Now many of us are gearing up for Christmas and other holiday parties. I look forward to see what gluten-free recipes you have […] The post GFW: Gluten-Free Pe...

Spice Cookies (Paleo)

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If you’re paleo, grain free, or simply want to watch your carb intake, these paleo spice cookies are a really delicious alternative to other gluten-free cookies. In fact, even if you don’t care about carbs or grains, these cookies are worth a try. I love the moist, chewy texture I get from almond flour cookies, […] The post Spice Cookies (Pal...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan: 11-29-14

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If you still have turkey leftovers, I’ve started this week’s gluten-free menu plan with chicken or turkey tetrazzini. It’s a great way to use leftover poultry. I hope this menu plan helps make your week a little easier. The recipes in this menu plan are all gluten free. I also provide suggestions for dairy free […] The post Gluten-Free Menu P...

GFW: Gluten-Free Pull-Apart Dinner Rolls, Apple Crisp & Pumpkin Tart

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This week, I bet you’ll find a few ideas for Thanksgiving and for using leftovers here at this gluten-free carnival. I hope everyone has a happy, healthy Thanksgiving filled with delicious gluten-free food! Giveaway + Free Thanksgiving eBook Through Wednesday night (the 26th) you can enter the Real Jules, Real Good Giveaway to win some […] Th...

Salted Caramel Apple Crisp from Crunchmaster

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When Crunchmaster sent me this recipe for gluten-free salted caramel apple crisp, I couldn’t resist sharing it with you. It would be a delicious and pretty easy dessert for Thanksgiving or any day. To make it dairy free, you would need to make some substitutions. I have seen recipes for coconut milk caramel that look […] The post Salted Caram...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan 11-22-14

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Thanksgiving is this week, but I have not included the day in this menu plan. You can see my roundup of favorite Thanksgiving recipes here. I have included turkey pot pie which is great for using turkey leftovers. The recipes in this gluten-free menu plan are all gluten free. I also provide some suggestions for […] The post Gluten-Free Menu P...

Real Jules, Real Good Giveaway + Free Thanksgiving eBook

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Back in April I shared with you about some changes going on with my friend Jules. Here company was formerly known as Jules Gluten Free but is now gfJules. If you bought any of her products before (or even if you haven’t) be sure that any products you buy now are the gfJules brand. If […] The post Real Jules, Real Good Giveaway + Free Thanksgi...

GFW: Gluten-Free Pie Crust, Pumpkin Cupcakes, Pear & Cranberry Stuffing

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It’s hard to believe that Thanksgiving is next week! If you’re looking for gluten-free recipes that everyone will enjoy, I bet you’ll find a few here this week. I can’t wait to see what you all have to share. This carnival is co-hosted by my friends Shirley of gfe–gluten free easily (and All Gluten-Free Desserts) […] The post GFW: Glute...

Sweet Potato Casserole from Crunchmaster

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Sweet potato casserole has always been one of my favorite dishes at Thanksgiving dinner. The recipe I loved for years was topped with marshmallows, and while the kid in me still loves that, I also like trying other versions of sweet potato casserole. This one is topped with finely ground Crunchmaster crackers mixed with brown sugar […] The po...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan 11-15-14

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There are some good comfort foods in this gluten-free menu plan with recipes such as baked macaroni and cheese, chili and corn bread, and potato soup with bacon.  And with a cold week ahead of us, I know my family will enjoy these warm comfort foods. The recipes in this menu plan are all gluten […] The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan 11-15-14 appe...

Thanksgiving Recipes

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Thanksgiving is only two weeks away, and if you celebrate this food oriented holiday, then you are thinking about what gluten-free Thanksgiving recipes you can prepare.  It's important to be able to enjoy the day, including plenty of good, safe, gluten-free food. Sure, the day is about spending time with loved ones and being thankful for […] ...

GFW: Gluten-Free Pumpkin Muffins, Pumpkin Cranberry Bread & Oatmeal Cookies

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Hi everybody!  Welcome to another week of sharing great gluten-free eating recipes and ideas. Thanks for stopping by! This carnival is co-hosted by my friends Shirley of gfe–gluten free easily (and All Gluten-Free Desserts) and Lynn of Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures. Your links will show up on all three sites!  Here’s how to follow each of […...

Pumpkin Poke Cake (Paleo)

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This pumpkin poke cake recipe comes from my friend Danielle McKinney. The cake is moist and delicious. She used melted chocolate chips to pour into the poked holes (hence the name poke cake). You could use a chocolate sauce if you prefer. Or, mixing the chocolate chips into the cake batter would probably work too. […] The post Pumpkin Poke Ca...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan 11-8-14

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My oldest son was married on Sunday. It was a beautiful wedding, and I’m thrilled to now have a daughter! My second son will be getting married in January, and he has moved into his new apartment. That means that now I’m only cooking for three! It’s a big change, and I have to adjust […] The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan 11-8-14 appeared first o...

Using Frozen Fruits and Vegetables

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of The Frozen Food Foundation for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine. I love fresh fruits and vegetables, but when they are not in season, frozen is a great option that I like to take advantage of. Why use frozen foods? To start, they are […] The post Using Frozen Fruits and Vegetables appeared f...

GFW: Gluten-Free Sweet Potato Cake, Chocolate Cake & Zucchini Salsa Cups

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Happy November!  With Thanksgiving coming up, I look forward to seeing some holiday recipes linked up here in the next few weeks.  But holiday recipe or not, I can’t wait to see what gluten-free ideas you have to share. This carnival is co-hosted by my friends Shirley of gfe–gluten free easily (and All Gluten-Free Desserts) […] The post...

Pumpkin Pie – Gluten & Dairy Free

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It's been a few years since I posted this gluten and dairy free pumpkin pie, and with Thanksgiving right around the corner, I thought it was time to bring it back. It is delicious! If you're grain free, use a grain free crust or bake the pie filling in the pie dish without any crust–you […] The post Pumpkin Pie – Gluten & Dair...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan 11-1-14

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This week’s gluten-free menu plan will help make dinners easier with two crock pot recipes. One of them is a whole chicken and the leftovers can be used in soup another night. The recipes in this menu plan are all gluten free. I also provide suggestions for dairy free and grain free diets for those […] The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan 11-1-14 a...

GFW: Pumpkin Pecan Crumb Cake, Pie Crust & Pepperoni Squares

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I enjoy seeing the pictures of all your recipes grouped together each week. In case you’re wondering, we’re trying out the gallery style of linky, which means that only the images show up and not text. It makes a nice collage of food pictures but doesn’t let you know what each one is. Let us […] The post GFW: Pumpkin Pecan Crumb Cake, Pie Cru...

Cashew Caramel Dip

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Caramel is something I have missed since going dairy free and low sugar. While this cashew caramel dip isn’t exactly caramel, it’s similar in taste and has just enough sweetness to make it a great fruit dip. Back in August, I learned from my friend Valerie of City | Life | Eats that cashews can […] The post Cashew Caramel Dip appear...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan 10-25-14

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I’m loving the cooler weather and the addition of soups and casseroles to the menu. Your family is sure to enjoy this week’s gluten-free menu plan with dishes like chicken chili, Mexican lasagna, and biscuit crust pizza! The recipes in this menu plan are all gluten free. I also provide suggestions for dairy free and […] The post Gluten-Free M...

GFW: Pumpkin Scones, Zucchini Apple Muffins, & Chocolate Chunk Cookies

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Hi everybody!  Welcome to another week of sharing great gluten-free eating recipes and ideas. This week’s highlights include some delicious looking pumpkin scones as well as two recipes that  would be good for on-the-go breakfasts or snacks. This carnival is co-hosted by my friends Shirley of gfe–gluten free easily (and All Gluten-Free Desser...

Butternut Squash Soup

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This fall favorite butternut squash soup recipe was originally shared four years ago. It's such a delicious, classic soup, I wanted to bring it back. Even if you're not a big fan of squash, you might like this creamy soup. I have found that butternut squash soup is one of my favorite soups.  You can […] The post Butternut Squash Soup appeared...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan 10-18-14

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I’ll admit that chicken tetrazzini always takes me longer to put together than I think it should, so it might be a good weekend meal for you. There are several easy weeknight meals (including two slow cooker recipes) in this gluten-free menu plan. Use it to supplement your plans and/or rearrange the meals to fit […] The post Gluten-Free Menu ...

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