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Fried Pork Chops

 Mark As Read    

I grew up in a small town in East Texas eating all kinds of fried foods. When I am feeling a little nostalgic for home, I cook a meal like we had growing up. Tonight I made fried pork chops with rice and gravy and green beans. I felt like I was back home! Fried [Read More...]

Better Batter 20 days ago

Fresh Peach Cobbler

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Another nod to a favorite summer recipe – fresh peach cobbler. Who can beat fruit desserts when they are made with produce at the peak of yum? This works with frozen sliced peaches, but oh my goodness, there is no comparison to the flavor of fresh peaches. Depending on the firmness of your fruit, either [Read More...]

Better Batter 20 days ago

Skillet Beef and Zoodles (Zucchini Noodles)

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The following is a guest post from Barbara of Gluten Free Homestead. This summer I have been reaping quite a big harvest of zucchini from my vegetable garden. What better way to make use of all those zucchini than by making zoodles! Zoodles are zucchini turned into noodle-like swirls. The post Skillet Beef and Zoodles (Zucchini Noodles) was written...

Paleo Bread

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Today I'm sharing my Paleo Bread recipe with you. This recipe was previously shared in a post with another recipe, a non-paleo recipe, which always confused—and, truth be told, aggravated—some…Read More

Gluten-Free Menu Plan (August 8)

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With hot August temperature here, this week's gluten-free menu plan does not use the oven at all. But just because you don't want to turn on the oven doesn't mean you can't bake a homemade pizza. The grill does a good job of it, so I've added grilled pizza for a fun Friday night dinner. The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan (August 8) was written by Linda...

Post Ranch Inn Salad Recipe

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I don't often write salad recipes. I view salad as something that is best thrown together, last minute, using whatever I have on hand. The vegetables that I keep in the house tend to be those that call out to me from the farmer's market, my garden, or the shelves of the health food store.Read More → The post Post Ranch Inn Salad Recipe appea...

Elana's Pantry 23 days ago

Gluten-Free Hair and Beauty Products

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The relationship between gluten and hair and beauty products is complex. Those with celiac disease may have a common skin disorder, Dermatitis Herpetiformis. This skin manifestation of celiac disease can cause an itchy, blistering rash. Topical reactions can also occur when gluten touches the skin or scalp. This can cause Contact Dermatitis. Typica...

15 Gluten-Free Bread Recipes

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I can’t eat bread? What will I make sandwiches with? How will I make French toast? But I love biscuits and gravy! What about bread with my soup? And…Thanksgiving stuffing. I can’t have that? Bread. It’s one of the first things people think of when they realize they have to cut out gluten. And so the search begins for gluten-free bread recipes. The...

Westin Playa Conchal | Triumph Dining Travel

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I love to travel. My perspective of traveling has changed a bit, though, since my study abroad days when we’d subsist for the day on bread and cheese that we could carry with us. I had a stomachache every day on that trip, and now I know why. Needing to stay gluten free, even while […] Click to continue reading » The post Westin Playa Co...

Gluten Free Pizza Crust

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I used to think that I was a pizza fan.  Now with two kids, I know true pizza fans.  No matter how picky they are, my kids have decided (currently) that this is pizza the best.   I've been whipping up a batch of this pizza crust recipe with some homemade pizza sauce a few times […]

Moon Cheese | Triumph Dining Product Review

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I’ve been traveling a bit lately and NEVER get on a plane without some sort of food that I know is safe to eat. I pack snacks from home, but I usually end up looking for some in the airport, too. Airports have tons of junk food, but I don’t normally want chocolate as my […] Click to continue reading » The post Moon Cheese | Triumph Dinin...

Pennsylvania Ham Pot Pie

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This hearty dish was designed to feed farmers during a hard day's work. It is easy to cook on the stovetop and keep warm. POT PIE NOODLE SQUARES 1 1/2 c. Better Batter Gluten Free Flour (use more or less as needed) 3/4 tsp. baking powder 1/2 tsp. salt 2 eggs 1 tsp. cold water [Read More...]

Better Batter 27 days ago

America’s Definition of Gluten Free

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America’s official definition of “gluten free” (<20 parts-per-million) was announced on August 5, 2013, two years ago this Wednesday. Precise definitions are better than vague and conflicting ones, of course, and reliable labels are a boon to people whose physical well being requires a gluten free diet. ? But what have we done to help […]

Parmesan Zucchini Fries

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My cup runneth over with zucchini this time of summer! Happily there is no end to the recipes I have to use up all that zucchini. One quick way to use up many zucchini is these fries. They are crispy, crunchy, and totally delicious. We have them as a side with pizza or steaks, or [Read More...]

Better Batter 27 days ago

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...

Glutened? Solution

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The best way to treat a gluten intolerance is to completely eliminate the gluten from your (or your child's) diet.No exceptions, no transgressions, no being slipped a cookie by Grandmom.NONE!This is where I will talk a bit about how to mitigate those unfortunate indiscretions that occur when you go out to eat, or Grandmom hands your toddler a teeth...

Brownie Waffles

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Brownies are one of my favorite desserts … add ice cream, and they are even better! Brownie waffles are a fun and quick way to make this yummy dessert—without turning on the oven! The recipe I used is for a semi-sweet brownie that goes well with the sweetness of ice cream and whipped cream. Of [Read More...]

Better Batter 30 days ago

Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies

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These Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies are the latest addition to my healthy cookie recipe collection. Yes, it's true, I have a bazillion gluten-free, grain-free chocolate chip cookie recipes. There are three primary reasons for this. First, I've been writing grain-free recipes since my son was diagnosed with celiac disease in 2001, which, lucky for th...

Elana's Pantry 30 days ago

Let’s Do… Gluten-Free Ice Cream Cones | Triumph Dining Product Review

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This may be a first for Triumph Dining: gluten-free ice cream cones! If you’re gluten-free, you may have given up on ice cream cones in favor of a bowl or a cup. Now you have a choice! Let's Do… offers both regular gluten-free ice cream cones and gluten-free sugar cones. Just in case you need more […] Click to continue reading » Th...

Jul 30, Gluten free cake mix review

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My Sukrin gluten free cake mix review (for coeliacs, diabetics and low carbers)

Gluten-Free Chicken A La King

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Chicken A La King is Son’s favorite meal. I mean his very, very favorite meal! Sure, he loves tons of other meals and foods, but if I ask him what…Read More

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...

Dairy Free Cream Cheese Swirl Brownies

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A brownie classic! Who can resist rich cream cheese rich fudge brownies? Filling 4oz Diary free cream cheese, softened  ( http://us.daiyafoods.com/our-products) 1 egg 12 tablespoons sugar 2 teaspoon vanilla Brownies 1box  Better Batter Gluten Free fudge brownie mix Sub coffee for water on the box, vegetable oil and eggs or black beans  called for o...

Better Batter 32 days ago

Perfect AllergyPieCrust Recipe101

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Makes one 9 inch pie crust  Ingredients ½ cup Spectrum Naturals cold vegetable solid shortening or lard 2 to 4 tablespoons cold water 2 tablespoons vodka 1¼ cups Better Batter Gluten Free Flour (plus more for rolling) – chill in freezer 30 minutes before making pie dough 1 teaspoon kosher or fine sea salt 2 [Read More...]

Better Batter 32 days ago

Win-It-Wednesday: Seapoint Farms Dry Roasted Wasabi Edamame Snacks

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I’ve been a fan of Seapoint Farms Dry Roasted Edamame for a long time. These dry roasted Edamame are a crunchy, tasty and healthy way to add more protein in your diet… all while enjoying a perfect snack. I’ve tried all three of the varieties, including the Lightly Salted, which are great as a snack

Be Free For Me Blog 32 days ago

Chef Patrick’s Blueberry Buckle

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Yield  (9-inch) cake Ingredients For the cake: Nonstick cooking spray 2 cups Better Batter Gluten Free Flour 4  teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon 2 teaspoon fresh lemon zest 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 ounces Earth Balance baking stick, room temperature 3/4 cup sugar 1 large egg or 1 tablespoon flaxseed meal [Re...

Better Batter 33 days ago

Teppanyaki 2 Go, Maui | Triumph Dining Restaurant Review

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Hawaii is an easy place to be gluten-free. Between all the fresh fish and produce, your taste buds will be thrilled. If you've eaten at Benihana, you'll recognize the same cooking style at Teppanyaki 2 Go. Here you won't end up smelling like food or see a guy missing a digit, like we did at our […] Click to continue reading » The post Te...

Decision Making for Celiacs: How to Beat the Heat

 Mark As Read    

There are millions (don't try to count them) gluten free  ways to beat the summer heat. My personal favorite involves one or more frozen bananas which are ground up to be the basic ice cream plus dozens of ideas for flavoring the dessert. I recommend this dessert, but the point of this article is to talk about how computer-users-who-live […]...

Triumph Dining Gluten-Free Dining Cards Now in German

 Mark As Read    

For over 10 years, Triumph Dining has published our now-famous dining cards. We originally created these cards because we wanted to provide restaurant staff with complete instructions for preparing a non-contaminated gluten-free meal. We didn't want to leave anything to chance, so we created gluten-free dining cards in several languages to make sur...

Doughnut Holes

 Mark As Read    

When I was a little girl, one of my favorite treats was homemade doughnut holes. (I remember being sad when I found out that my mom used refrigerated biscuit dough to make her “homemade doughnut holes.” I felt like I had been cheated! They weren’t really homemade after all!) As a mom myself now, I [Read More...]

Better Batter 34 days ago

Chocolate Fruit Dip

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This light and chocolatey fruit dip is so fun for kids and adults alike. Grab some ripe strawberries or bananas and make this for snacktime or an easy after-dinner dessert. 1 cup heavy cream 1 cup Better Batter Corn Free Powdered Sugar, divided 1 (8 oz) pkg cream cheese, softened 1/3 cup unsweetened cocoa powder [Read More...]

Better Batter 34 days ago

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.        ...

Snyder’s-Lance Donates Portion of Sales to Celiac Disease Foundation

 Mark As Read    

Gluten-free pretzel manufacturer Snyder's of Hanover is raising awareness and funds to support Celiac Disease Foundation (CDF) by donating $0.05 from the sale of specially marked bags through June 30. Through this program with Celiac Disease Foundation, the Snyder's of Hanover brand takes an active role in the mission to improve the lives of anyone...

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.         ...

Strawberry Lemonade

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This refreshing sugar-free Strawberry Lemonade is a favorite around my house on a hot summer day. I've been making homemade lemonade for the boys since they were wee little ones. In order to cut back on the amount of unnecessary sugar (including natural sweeteners) that my family consumes, I've been sweetening my homemade lemonade withRead More ...

Elana's Pantry 37 days ago

Restaurant Review: Maui’s The Mill House

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This spot is in its soft opening phase as this blog post is being written. We’re sure it’ll be around for a long time. Its chef, Jeff Scheer, is Maui’s Chef of the Year for 2015. He’s committed to nose-to-tail and farm-to-table cooking. Almost all of the ingredients used in the food are sourced from […]Click to continue reading »

Avoid Gluten With This Tip Sheet!

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Click our picture to use our handy tip sheet when shopping

Better Batter 37 days ago

Turkey (or chicken) Pot Pie–In a slow-cooker

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Turkey (or Chicken) Pot Pie Turkey (or chicken) pot pie can be a quick and easy meal to make if you have the right ingredients on hand. Today I tried the pot pie in the slow-cooker. My husband didn’t think it looked very appealing, but my daughter loved it! I hope you’ll give it a [Read More...]

Better Batter 37 days ago

Grain-Free Chocolate Almond Cherry Power Cookies

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Today’s recipe for Chocolate Almond Cherry Power Cookies comes from my friend Danielle Walker of Against All Grain. I’ve been “across the pond” as they say (I’ll be sharing details…Read More

Friday Favorite: Tate’s Bake Shop Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cookies

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I had lunch with my God Mother last week which was a special treat.  I haven’t seen her for years, but we started exactly where we left off, chatting and gabbing hours away about everything and anything. But her presence wasn’t the only treat of the day. She brought along a gift of Tate’s Gluten-Free

Be Free For Me Blog 37 days ago

Restaurant Review: Maui’s Choice Health Bar

 Mark As Read    

Back to Maui. Not for us personally this summer but for those of you who are headed to the island for vacation. If you’re into local and organic fresh food, this place is for you. Choice Health Bar which is not a great name for this vegan restaurant, is located in Lahaina at 1087 Limahana […]Click to continue reading »

How to Juice a Lemon

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I love cooking with fresh ingredients, and one of my favorites is fresh squeezed lemon juice. There is little you could do to convince me to purchase lemon juice at the store. The thought of acidic lemon juice swimming around in (and eating away at) a plastic bottle does not make me do a happyRead More → The post How to Juice a Lemon appeare...

Elana's Pantry 38 days ago

Nutri Ninja | Ninja Blender DUO with Auto IQ Review

 Mark As Read    

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...

Sansei, Maui | Triumph Dining

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This popular Japanese restaurant is hidden on a Kapalua golf course at 600 Office Road in Maui. While it lacks a pretty ocean view, it does offer a 25% discount if you order by 6 p.m., which is easy those first few nights you’ve come from the mainland. There’s also an easy-to-navigate gluten-free menu. Some […]Click to continue reading »

Tuesday To Do List ” what to buy, spy, and try! (or sometimes cry about)

 Mark As Read    

Tuesday To Do List is my newest attempt at bringing you tidbits from the gluten-free world each week. This will continue until my mind-that-doesn't-rest comes up with another way to entertain you guys. Cross your fingers I am back here next Tuesday with another list…   TWO weeks in a row. *applause* This week's to-do...Continue reading &...

Celiac in the City 40 days ago

Keep those fresh veggie and fruit from going bad…

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Read this article on MSN today – have to admit, never heard of the trick for the berries! Going to give it a try, especially with raspberries, I feel like

Queen Bee's Kitchen 40 days ago

Strawberry Pie

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Fresh strawberry pie, how do I love thee? Is there REALLY anything better? It just screams summer and I am all about using fresh, local produce when I can. Our local u-pick berry farms are finishing up their season but try the farmers markets. The best berries for this pie are smaller fruits, not the [Read More...]

Better Batter 41 days ago

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...

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