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Crock Pot Chicken Divan

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Warm and creamy layers of rice, chicken, and brocolli, lightly spiced with curry powder, in a homemade cream sauce, chicken divan is a complete comfort food meal at its best. My mother in law used to make this dish when I would come to visit while dating my husband, and it remains one of my [Read More...]

Better Batter 234 days ago

Peanut Butter and Jam Bars

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A sweet friend recently went berry picking and made the most delicious strawberry jam.  She gifted me with a jar and to prevent myself from eating it straight from the jar by the spoonful, I decided to come up with a great recipe to gift back to her for her kindness.  Behold!  In all their [Read More...]

Better Batter 234 days ago

TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: Artisan Bistro Beyond Breakfast

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Artisan Bistro wants to make it easy for everyone to eat delicious, nutrition-rich meals. The company makes lunch/dinner entrees, burritos and breakfasts”single-serving frozen meals made with the best lean proteins, whole grains, vegetables and healthy fats. We received samples of their Beyond Breakfast line, and it was eye-opening: delicious and o...

Butterfinger Cookies

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Ah, Butterfingers. That chocolatey, crunchy goodness turns chewy when baked. Who knew? Add this recipe to your To Do List before a night out by the campfire, to take on a family trip, or truthfully, any time at my house. It really is worth the time to chill this dough, so set aside a few [Read More...]

Better Batter 234 days ago

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.     ...

Strawberry Olive Oil Cake Recipe

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It's an hour before the big potluck and I need to make something fabulous.It needs to be gluten-freeand dairy free, soy free, corn free.Ever had a moment like that one?Since I wrote Gluten Free Baking for Dummies, the pressure is on to show up at parties with a tempting and allergen friendly treat.Not being able to have a great time and enjoy the f...

RECIPE: Rice Noodle Salad with Lemongrass, Mint, Cilantro…& Tea!

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Today is National Iced Tea Day. Approximately 85% of the tea consumed in the U.S. is iced, and iced tea is now the most consumed beverage at lunch time (source: Tea Association of America). Tea is also used as a recipe ingredient, in dishes from Smoked Tea Duck to baked goods, soba noodles, smoothies and […]

How to Choose the Right Vitamin or Supplement

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What to look for in a Vitamin or SupplementOctober 17, 2012 by Jean LaytonBowl of VitaminsCreative commons Courtesy stevendepoloBuying supplements/vitamins can seem bewildering for people without an organic chemistry degree.The Journal of the American Medical Association recently published a study:Multivitamins in the Prevention of Cancer in Men-Th...

Creamy Gluten-Free Vegan Pumpkin Soup with Smoky Maple Pepita Brittle

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October 21, 2012 by Jean Layton Burnished leaves of gold, flaming red and orange contrasting with the pine trees. Pumpkin fields scattered with orange orbs and children running from one to the next with squeals of joy. Scattered orange flags dropping from cedar trees soften the pathways through the woods on a walk with my dogs.Orange is the color o...

Celiac Disease “ Can You Be Born With It?

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Here is my take on this. I know that science proves that Celiac must be triggered (usually by trauma) and therefore you are not born with Celiac Disease. I contend that many babies experience various levels of trauma during birth.As  My birth was very traumatic – brought on by a car accident and I was […]

Auntjayne's Blog 1221 days ago

Smoky Maple Pumpkin Seed Brittle Recipe

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byAs Jean LaytonAccents matter.Listening to a group of people, the lilt of a brogue, the sliding vowels of New York, the guttural catch of German, all serve to fascinate me.That is where the story lies, with those nuances and tweaks to the language.In food, so much is the same. As It is the accents that takes a recipe from routine to special.Accent...

Aunt Jayne's Gluten Free Honey BBQ Sauce

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INGREDIENTS 1 As½ tbs olive oil 1 cup ketchup (check the ingredients) 1 cup white vinegar As¼ cup molasses As¾ cup honey As¼ cup GF Worcestershire sauce ( See recipeAs As http://wp.me/prAld-aJ) 1 medium onion, minced As½ tsp paprika 1 tsp minced garlic As½ tsp dried marjoram As½ tsp cumin. DIRECTIONS In a large saucepan, over medium […]

Auntjayne's Blog 1301 days ago

Ignite Naturals Reload Gel Review, and DIY Energy Gel for the Gluten Free Endurance Athlete

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As a cyclist, I eat my fair share of portable,... read more... The post Ignite Naturals Reload Gel Review, and DIY Energy Gel for the Gluten Free Endurance Athlete appeared first on Gluten Free Fitness.

Live purely: I am a purely elizabeth Ambassador

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That's right, kids. Way back in 2009, the year I... read more... The post Live purely: I am a purely elizabeth Ambassador appeared first on Gluten Free Fitness.

Eight wheat-free snacks to sass up your party table

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When you throw a party, do a few different types... read more... The post Eight wheat-free snacks to sass up your party table appeared first on Gluten Free Fitness.

Fueling options for the gluten free endurance athlete

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As many of you know, I've gone back to my... read more... The post Fueling options for the gluten free endurance athlete appeared first on Gluten Free Fitness.

Celiac Awareness Month 2012: KISS it, and then Spread the Bread.

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Yes, I know. Once again I am behind the 8... read more... The post Celiac Awareness Month 2012: KISS it, and then Spread the Bread. appeared first on Gluten Free Fitness.

How to get your husband to eat more veggies

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I have waxed philosophic about how awesome my husband is on multiple... read more... The post How to get your husband to eat more veggies appeared first on Gluten Free Fitness.

Getting out of your own way…

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Getting Out of Your Own Way aka You Can Do... read more... The post Getting out of your own way… appeared first on Gluten Free Fitness.

Ridiculously High Protein High Fiber Gluten Free Muffin Recipe

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I'm a tweaker. Not a tweeker, a tweaker.  Meaning I... read more... The post Ridiculously High Protein High Fiber Gluten Free Muffin Recipe appeared first on Gluten Free Fitness.

The tale of the clear heels: The gluten free princess takes the stage

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I've been a little absent this week. As some of... read more... The post The tale of the clear heels: The gluten free princess takes the stage appeared first on Gluten Free Fitness.

Gluten Free “Healthy” Treats

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I've mentioned before my love for chocolate. I really, really... read more... The post Gluten Free "Healthy" Treats appeared first on Gluten Free Fitness.

Top 10 Gluten Free Healthy and Portable Snacks

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Ah, snack foods. The land of high fructose corn syrup,... read more... The post Top 10 Gluten Free Healthy and Portable Snacks appeared first on Gluten Free Fitness.

Follow up on the “Smart Choices” Program-“Cocoa Puffs as Health Food?”

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About 3 weeks ago I posted my thoughts on the... read more... The post Follow up on the "Smart Choices" Program-"Cocoa Puffs as Health Food?" appeared first on Gluten Free Fitness.

Follow up on Nutrient Absorption and Importance of Vitamins in Celiacs

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You may have read my previous post on common nutritional... read more... The post Follow up on Nutrient Absorption and Importance of Vitamins in Celiacs appeared first on Gluten Free Fitness.

Gluten Free Sports Supplement Review-Think Thin (TM) Bars

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Yes, I know these aren't really sports supplements per se.... read more... The post Gluten Free Sports Supplement Review-Think Thin (TM) Bars appeared first on Gluten Free Fitness.

Gluten Free Athlete Profile-Peter Bronski

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This is the beginning if what will be an ongoing... read more... The post Gluten Free Athlete Profile-Peter Bronski appeared first on Gluten Free Fitness.

You don’t have to have celiac disease to be sensitive to gluten

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Gluten Sensitivity: Just because you don’t have celiac disease, doesn’t... read more... The post You don't have to have celiac disease to be sensitive to gluten appeared first on Gluten Free Fitness.

There’s no food in your “food!”

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Classic line from a classic 80's flick-"Say Anything." Joan Cusack,... read more... The post There's no food in your "food!" appeared first on Gluten Free Fitness.

Where to begin on the healthy eating journey…

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It can be overwhelming, can't it? Eat this, don't eat... read more... The post Where to begin on the healthy eating journey… appeared first on Gluten Free Fitness.

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