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How to Relieve Stress Before your Wedding

 Mark As Read    

A young person in my life (she’s under 30) is getting married this month, and from what I can gather, planning a wedding these days is a rewarding, yet stressful process, full of non-stop surprises. It’s been quite some time since I was in those bride-to-be shoes, as my husband and I tied the knotRead More → The post How to Relieve Stress Be...

Elana's Pantry 47 days ago

Are Treatments on the Horizon to Cure Celiac Disease?

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Currently, the only “cure” for celiac disease is to adopt a gluten free lifestyle. But if researchers and science have their way, there could be more options on the horizon. In the Name of Science Not surprisingly, pharmaceutical companies have entered the gluten free scene. Currently, there are several drugs that are moving through the [Read More....

Better Batter 47 days ago

Strawberry Rhubarb Kugel

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Here is a cake that we actually serve as a side dish on Shabbos (Sabbath). We call it a "kugel" A Kugel is traditionally a kind of pudding or casserole of noodles or potatoes, but its basically evolved into any kind of casserole with fruits or vegetables that we can call a side dish! Since [Read More...]

Better Batter 48 days ago

Lemon Raspberry Loaf Cake

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With Spring in full bloom I find myself wanting fresh flavors.  Light delicate sweet cakes.  This one fit perfectly!  Not too tart, not too sweet, the raspberries just bursting with flavor….  wait, I gotta go make another because it went fast and I miss it already!  Enjoy! Lemon Raspberry Loaf Cake Ingredients:     1 1/2 cup [Read More...]

Better Batter 48 days ago

Chocolate Chip Zucchini Muffins

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This moist and cake-like chocolate chip zucchini quick bread is the perfect way to make sure you are eating your vegetables but still enjoying a sweet treat. Make these as muffins or mini muffins for an on-the-go snack or to pack in school lunches. Adjust the size pan and cooking time as directed below. 3/4 cup [Read More...]

Better Batter 48 days ago

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...

Pear Dumplings

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Pear Dumplings (a Murphy/Boyd family recipe)  Recently we celebrated my husband’s birthday.  (I’ll refrain from sharing our ages because I’m still in denial about mine!)  When asked what kind of cake he would like to have, he gave his typical answer, “German chocolate cake.”  The only problem with his choice is the dislike the children [Read More.....

Better Batter 52 days ago

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 V-8 Splash Tropical Blend

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A while back I shared my Homemade V-8 Splash Tropical Blend recipe in a guest post on my friend Linda’s blog, The Gluten-Free Homemaker. I realized recently that I have never shared the recipe here so I’m remedying that error today. That way you’ll have a cool healthy drink recipe as we head into summer! […]

Dairy Free Cheeseburger Soup

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In late spring, when the days can get hot but the nights stay cold, it can be hard to decide whether to grill out on the deck or cozy up to a hot bowl of soup. This recipe satisfies that ‘beginning of summer' craving for a good burger without the need for a grill. Whipped [Read More...]

Better Batter 55 days ago

Chocolate Chip Blondies

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This super easy blondie recipe combines the buttery flavor and chocolate chips from everyone's favorite cookies with the appealing texture of brownies. One of my favorite go-to recipes for a last minute dessert, these blondies are made with pantry staples for the nights when you need a quick treat and they come together in a [Read More...]

Better Batter 55 days ago

Jennifer Johns’ Never Fail Chicken and Dumplings

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When contemplating making my bi-weekly menu and shopping list, I began looking through the cabinets and refrigerator and freezer to see what ingredients remained in my kitchen. Upon returning to my computer to input my findings, I found a message from my daughter, “Chicken and dumplings, pretty please, with a cherry on top?” How can [Read More...]

Better Batter 55 days ago

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...

Whole Grain vs. Whole Wheat vs. Multi-Grain

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Shoppers who live gluten free need to aware of the difference among the terms ‘whole wheat ‘, ‘whole grain', and ‘multi-grain'.  ~~~> The term ‘whole wheat' indicates that all three of the parts of any grain (bran, germ, and endosperm)  are used, not necessarily in the same relative amounts that we see in nature. ~...

What does “Gluten Friendly” Mean?

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The term "gluten friendly" has no legal definition since it is seldom,if ever, used to food stores or other areas regulated by the Food and Drug Administration. It is frequently used in restaurants. This menu excerpt shows the most common use of the term ‘gluten friendly':  "All products used on this menu are gluten free. […]...

11 Gluten-Free Recipes That Will Make You Want to Eat Gluten Free

 Mark As Read    

“Gluten-free food tastes like CRAP!” We’ve all heard it before and maybe even said it ourselves at some point. And really who wants crap food? Whether you’re new to gluten-free living or someone who has been gluten free for a while, you deserve gluten-free recipes that will instead make you say: “This recipe is amazing! […]

Gluten-Free Wednesdays (May 6)

 Mark As Read    

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 ...

Win-It-Wednesday: You Are Loved Foods Paleo-Friendly Treats

 Mark As Read    

This week’s Win-It-Wednesday on BeFreeForMe.com is all about good lovin’. Yup… that extra special hug, smile, wink or good gesture that we all love to receive, and also give. You Are Loved Foods definitely loves all of us gluten free, dairy free, grain free and sugar-free folks by creating what is perhaps the most perfect

Be Free For Me Blog 60 days ago

Happy Celiac Awareness Month!!

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It's May, and that means all things Celiac!  This is the month we tell everybody about us and we find new products to make our tummies happy.  And sometimes fat.  But happy. Fear not, those of you who thought I … Continue reading →

Celiac Awareness Month…What the Essentials?

 Mark As Read    

October is Celiac Awareness Month. I became aware of celiac disease in  1999,when my doctor gave me my test results, referred me to a physician who who "knew more than he did" about that malady, and gave me a pamphlet on the subject. I left the office confused and afraid to eat dinner. In  the […]

Chalupas

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While the classic, traditional chalupa is a thin, fried corn tortilla (made in the shape of a small bowl), in the US we have come to know the term to describe a puffy fried ‘taco shell' made of flour, more akin to fry-bread than anything. If you've never tried a ‘US chalupa', it's definitely worth [Read More...]

Better Batter 61 days ago

Patrick Auger’s Killer Allergy Free Chocolate Chip Cookies

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If you have multiple food allergies but still want to enjoy delicious, warm fresh-from-the-oven chocolate chip cookies, we've got you covered! Patrick Auger created this gluten, dairy, egg, tree nut, peanut and soy free recipe for our site. What a delight – you'll find these cookies are every bit as good as the big ‘mall [Read More...]...

Better Batter 61 days ago

Cinnamon Banana Bread

 Mark As Read    

I can't believe I've never made banana bread before.  Wow this was so easy!  It came out moist and fluffy and not overly sweet.  I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as my family did! 1 egg 1 cup sugar 1/2 cup butter, at room temperature 1 teaspoon vanilla 1/2 cup milk 2 overripe bananas, mashed 2 [Read More...]

Better Batter 61 days ago

3 Gluten Free Expos Worth Visiting This Year

 Mark As Read    

It seems like each year, more events are cropping up that specifically focus on gluten free living. After years of no one really speaking about the disease publicly, it’s nice to be able to congregate with like-minded folks. If you’re lucky enough to live near one, or you can manage to travel this year, these [Read More...]

Better Batter 61 days ago

Lemon Blueberry Trifle

 Mark As Read    

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

 Mark As Read    

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...

Friday Favorite: Seapoint Farms Dry Roasted Edamame

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Seapoint Farms Dry Roasted Edamame is a crunchy, tasty and healthy way to add more protein in your diet… all while enjoying a perfect snack. These all-natural dry roasted edamame contain only two ingredients – soybeans and sea salt. And not only are they packed with protein, they also contain all 8 essential amino acids

Be Free For Me Blog 65 days ago

What do oatmeal cookies make you think of?

 Mark As Read    

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)

 Mark As Read    

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...

Shrimp and Spinach Party Dip Plus Crunchmaster Giveaway

 Mark As Read    

I’ve professed my love of shrimp, dips, and parties long ago here on gfe (and many more times I might add). And if you’re going to have either dips or parties, you need a good cracker! All gluten-free crackers are not created equal, which most of us have learned the hard way. So I was […]

Individual Sues for Failing to Regulate the Use of Glutens in Medicine

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Celiac Michael Weber began taking a generic drug seven years ago and developed side effects consistent with ingesting gluten. He then petitioned the FDA to either eliminate wheat gluten in medicines or require new labeling on drugs containing the protein. In 2011, the FDA sought public comments about the issue, but otherwise has not taken […]...

Patrick Auger’s Vegan GFree Chocolate Chip Muffin Tops

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These fantastic little gems come to us courtesy of Patrick Auger, a dear friend and amazing pastry chef who works tirelessly to create the same kind of delicious goodies that you would find in any professional bakery. This recipe is particularly great because it meets multiple dietary needs, without sacrificing taste, flavor or texture. Follow [Rea...

Better Batter 68 days ago

Marshmallow BBQ Sandwich

 Mark As Read    

Don't turn away in disgust just yet – we discovered this fabulous sandwich combination quite by accident during a family outing, when my youngest son – always prone to experimenting with flavors – combined several lunch choices onto one piece of bread and insisted we try a bite. The flavors meld surprisingly well, with the [Read M...

Better Batter 68 days ago

Artichoke Flatbread

 Mark As Read    

If you love hot artichoke dip, you're going to love this easy flatbread, which requires only a few ingredients, and cooks in only a few minutes but tastes like you've put a lot of effort and thought into it. You can make this bread under the broiler or on the grill.  Serve this flatbread cut [Read More...]

Better Batter 68 days ago

Product Review: Gluten Free Special K

 Mark As Read    

There have always been a pretty decent quantity of naturally gluten free breakfast cereals at the health food stores and local groceries in my area, but it's always nice to see a normal brand put out a gluten free version of a well loved and popular standby. When I saw the box of Special K [Read More...]

Better Batter 68 days ago

Paleo Biscuits

 Mark As Read    

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 Molasses “Pudding Cake”

 Mark As Read    

I’ve been a lover of molasses and gingerbread recipes as long as I can remember. Today’s gluten-free Molasses Pudding Cake is basically a gluten-free molasses cake in “pudding cake” form. It’s almost gingerbread in its taste but not quite. The molasses flavor actually dominates in this recipe and that’s just fine. This recipe is like […]...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan 4-25-15

 Mark As Read    

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...

Friday Favorite: Love Beets

 Mark As Read    

I’ve recently revisited one of my favorite veggies from when I was younger, and I can’t get enough of them! BEETS! Yes, BEETS! But the only problem is I hate the “tin can” taste of beets from a can. That is why I was so super excited to find Love Beets – Cooked beets that

Be Free For Me Blog 72 days ago

In praise of FreeFrom Food Awards 2015 sponsors

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Gluten-Free Wednesdays (April 22)

 Mark As Read    

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...

Win-It-Wednesday: Scratch & Grain Gluten Free Cookie Kits

 Mark As Read    

If you love baking from scratch, but you hate the mess, hassle and expense you are going to love Scratch & Grain Gluten-Free Cookie Mixes. These kits are perfect for baking a batch of cookies the old-fashioned “by scratch” way without needing to spend tons of money on ingredients that you'll probably never use again.

Be Free For Me Blog 74 days ago

Apr 21, Gluten free menus for everyday eating

 Mark As Read    

Planning gluten free menus for your family can be a chore so let me help. A weekly gluten free menu plan using fresh, tasty food will give you some ideas for your everyday meals.

High Fiber Flatbread

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Are you looking for a bread that is high in fiber and easy to make? This yeast free griddle bread contains about 5-7 g of fiber per bun, requires only 3 ingredients, can be whipped up at  a moment's notice and doesn't require the use of your oven! Perfect for making breakfast sandwiches (pictured), you [Read More...]

Better Batter 75 days ago

Libby’s Mango Pear Muffins With Cinnamon Streusal Topping

 Mark As Read    

As a mom of two children with Celiac, I am constantly working on creating yummy gluten free snacks to send to school. My daughter is currently in 1st grade and although she knows her snacks are different because they are gluten free, I don't want her to feel deprived at all so I try to [Read More...]

Better Batter 75 days ago

Chocolate Hazelnut Spread and Cream Cheese Stuffed French Toast

 Mark As Read    

Every once in a while a special occasion comes along and you really need a WOW recipe, and sometimes that special occasion is nothing more than Saturday morning!  This brunch is easy (I promise! If you can make a sandwich, you can make this French Toast!) and it will impress everyone you invite over.  If you choose [Read More...]

Better Batter 75 days ago

Apr 20, Baby Rice with apple - gluten free baby food

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Start your baby on solid food with this baby rice recipe. Gluten free baby food is essential if your child has celiac

Apr 20, Marzipan Fruits - great gluten free christmas treats

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Making marzipan fruits can be a wonderful way to create gluten free Christmas treats for all the family

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