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Three and a half Ingredient Cranberry Pumpkin Cookies

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You will love how easy these cookies are to whip up – with a box of our Better Batter Yellow Cake Mix, a can of Pumpkin and a small bag of dried cranberries, you're only 8 to 10 minutes away from soft, moist, cookie snacking heaven. Don't have an oven? You can microwave 1 tbsp [Read More...]

Better Batter 193 days ago

Menu Plan Monday 11/16/15

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November is here and the year is going to be over before we know it!As  The years sure do fly by as you get older, don't they? Let's get right to the menu for the week. Monday- Start Monday with these delicious Gluten Free Mini Meatloaves!   Tuesday– On Tuesday, warm up with a delicious [Read More...]

Better Batter 193 days ago

Food Storage: Stove Top Clone Instant Stuffing

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This recipe was formulated to replicate Stove Top Brand stuffing mix and is a great mix to keep on hand for nights when you really don't have time to cook but want a filling side dish.   STORAGE DIRECTIONS: Instructions Make sure bread cubes are extremely dry. Place into one or more sealable Ziploc bags, [Read More...]

Better Batter 193 days ago

Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins-Gluten Free

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Tender cake filled with poppy seeds and lemon peel, brushed with sweetened lemon peel for the final spark of flavor.These muffins are another of our favorites. I especially love to make these for tea time in miniature, the lemon flavor combines with tea perfectly. Brushed with lemon peel glazeFeel free to hesitate before brushing with the lemon pee...

Autumn Fruit Salad

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Autumn fruit - apples, pears, and dates - are combined with walnuts, dried cherries, cinnamon, and honey in this Autumn Fruit Salad. It's a perfect combination of flavors and textures with just enough sweetness. The post Autumn Fruit Salad was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free. ...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan (November 14)

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There are plenty of warm, comforting, and delicious meals lined up for this week's gluten-free menu plan. Seriously, there are some favorites here including chicken Parmesan, shepherd's pie, taco soup, and cheeseburger fries. The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan (November 14) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemake...

How to Grow Your Own Gluten Free Sourdough

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Are you someone who cringes at the sight of moldy growth on cheese left too long in the deli drawer of your fridge? Do you shudder as you open the veggie drawer to see the furry blueberries left at the bottom of the crisper drawer after eating so many freshly picked ones your stomach hurt? Then growing your own sourdough starter might not be the fu...

Orange Maple Roasted Brussels Sprouts-Vegan

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Orange Maple Roasted Brussels Sprouts-VeganBy Dr. Jean Layton, 2015-11-06 Combining two flavorful ingredients to glaze roasted Brussels sprouts, perfect for fall Vegan meals Prep Time:5 minutesCook time: 30 minutesYield: 4 servings Category VegetablesEquipment needed: heavy bottomed frying panIngredients:2 cups of Brussels Sprouts-washed and cut ...

Roasted Maple Brussels Sprouts with Bacon

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Roasted Maple Brussels Sprouts with Bacon By Dr. Jean Layton, 2015-11-13 Roasted Maple Brussels Sprouts with bacon recipe, perfect for fall dinners and a great way to get more people to enjoy these lovely tiny cabbages Prep Time: 5 minutesCook time: 30 minutesYield: 4 ServingsCategorySide DishEquipment needed: one heavy bottomed frying panIngre...

Gluten-Free Recipe Fix: Thanksgiving Edition

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Our Gluten-Free Recipe Fix blog carnival is back with the Thanksgiving Edition! I love Thanksgiving and all it entails! Founded by Linda of Gluten-Free Homemaker, Gluten-Free Recipe Fix is a…Read More

Gluten-Free Recipe Fix: Thanksgiving Edition

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Whether you're looking for a traditional dish made gluten free or maybe something a little bit new and different to add to the dinner table, I hope you'll find some delicious gluten-free recipes for this year's Thanksgiving feast at this blog carnival. The post Gluten-Free Recipe Fix: Thanksgiving Edition was written by Linda Etherton and first app...

Warm German Potato Salad

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When I saw these tiny potatoes at the Farmer's market yesterday, I was overjoyed.Time for the Warm German Potato salad recipe.My farmer was explaining how the cool spring and summer made the potatoes not produce as many large potatoes as typical but they were prolific in these minis.Pennsylvania Dutch recipes seem to permeate my thoughts for fall m...

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

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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. You can read my very first to-do list here. Cross your fingers I am back here next Tuesday with another list   Pumpkin...Continue reading ...

Celiac in the City 199 days ago

Quick and Easy Pumpkin Latte Waffles

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It seems that whenever autumn hits, the Pumpkin Spice trend kicks off into high gear.As  Why not satisfy your craving for pumpkin spice lattes with something that will stick with you a little longer – waffles!? These waffles are a cinch to make and freeze well. Just pop them into the toaster from the freezer [Read More...]

Better Batter 199 days ago

Gluten Free Grass Fed Beef Stew

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I've updated this post with better pictures and a bit more information in this font.Well, it has been the week. So much snow for a small community, so much to be overwhelmed with by Mother Nature.Almost like the feeling I got when I realized my family needed to be gluten free. All four of us had had symptoms for so long, but it was so easy to expla...

Pizza Hut Pan Pizza Clone

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I used to love Pizza Hut's Pan Pizza “ that chewy, crispy crust, thickly topped with sauce and cheese “ it was so heavenly “ and even better the next day! Their new gluten free crust “ all 1/8 inch of it – just isn't the same at all¦ so I created this recipe to [Read More...]

Better Batter 199 days ago

Great Gluten-Free Pie Crust Recipes! 40 of Them!

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While I’m a HUGE fan of crustless pies and encourage everyone to try them, I know that some of you insist on a pie crust. Specifically, you want a fabulous gluten-free…Read More

Pan-Seared Chicken Breasts

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Quite possibly one of my husband's favorite ways I make chicken, this adaptation from Cook's Illustrated is slightly involved, but the effort is well worth the flavor imparted on usually pretty flavor-less chicken breasts. Make this entree for company or for a normal weeknight meal and buy similarly sized chicken breasts for best results. 4 [Read M...

Better Batter 199 days ago

Crisp and Tender Orange Waffles-Gluten Free, Dairy Free

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Waffles are my daughters "special" breakfast.Many typical treat foods are off limits on a gluten free diet, or take more complicated creation to be enjoyed gluten free, like English muffins, donuts, danish or muffins.I've made all of these gluten-free, but frequently the amount of time it takes to produce the perfect muffin is a bit longer than I h...

Menu Plan Monday 11/9/15

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Wondering what to cook for your family this week? Here is a great weekly menu plan for you to try! This week we're all about the spice – curries, chilis, tacos and burgers – you can make them as spicy or as mild as you like – either way the extra kick will get your [Read More...]

Better Batter 200 days ago

Italian Wedding Soup

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This recipe is a local favorite in our Central Pennsylvania community. Passed from neighbor to neighbor, generation to generation, this soup is a great way to sneak extra superfood greens into the diet. The warm flavors and tender texture of this soup will keep you satisfied on cold nights. Each batch of this recipe will [Read More...]

Better Batter 200 days ago

Chocolate Chip Cannoli

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Enjoying an old-world Italian dessert is a blissful experience no one should be without, including those who need gluten-free options. This cannoli recipe is full of all the goodness of the traditional variety, but with a gluten-free shell that is as crispy and light as any you will find in an Italian bakery. *note: You [Read More...]

Better Batter 200 days ago

Pecan Pumpkin Butter

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This Pecan Pumpkin Butter is very easy to make, has all the flavor of pumpkin pie, and it's delicious spread on a variety of foods. I like it as an apple dip, but you could put it on oatmeal, waffles, biscuits, bread, and more (all gluten free, of course). I even put some in my blended coffee. The post Pecan Pumpkin Butter was written by Linda Ethe...

Cranberry Orange Compound Butter

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One of my favorite combination of flavors is a simple one, Tangy cranberries with a bit of orange and honey.By combining these flavors with sweet unsalted butter, and freezing the combination allows me to enjoy my fave whenever I want.This is one of my favorite gifts to give along with a batch of Scones.But I've also been known to make a truly amaz...

Your Gluten Free Elevator Speech

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During the upcoming holiday season, I will come into contact with many people who are unaware of celiac disease, my commitment to the gluten free diet. I need an elevator speech, a carefully prepared speech explaining my gluten free diet, my commitment to it, and what I expect from them. I need an "elevator speech", […]

Gluten-Free Menu Plan (November 7)

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This week's gluten-free menu plan includes breaded chicken with a garlic sauce, soup, fish, pizza casserole, ratatouille (one of my favorite vegetable dishes), chocolate chip cookies (yum!), and more. I hope it helps make your week a little easier. The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan (November 7) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on...

Southern Chicken Stew with Gluten Free Dumplings

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So when my friend, Nancie McDermott wrote this wonderful book, Southern Soups & Stews: More Than 75 Recipes with Down-Home Goodness, from Gumbo and Burgoo to Etouffi and Fricassee I knew I wanted to help spread the word. More friends had the same idea, so they'll be doing a cook along on Blab.im making Sheri Castle's Watauga County Chicken S...

Pumpkin Vinaigrette

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Fall is in the air and an abundance of pumpkins are everywhere. And while I am sure everyone is seeing tons of pumpkin recipes, this one is exceptional. Really! One of the reasons I love this recipe so much is because I just came up with it on the fly. It's always fun when you are in... Read More » The post Pumpkin Vinaigrette appear...

Queen Bee's Kitchen 202 days ago

Perfect Chicken Stock for Soup

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We have enjoyed our Perfect Roasted Chicken Dinner and now get to make the next step of our progression to Southern Chicken Stew with Gluten Free Dumplings.Stock is so simple but you need to be careful about the temperatures used in order to get clear rich stock. Building layers of flavors starts from the base of well roasted chicken juices and veg...

No-Oatmeal Raisin Waffle Iron Cookies

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Don't let these ugly cookies fool you – they are so tasty! I was laying in bed this morning writing this post in my head (with both boys asleep next to me) and it occurred to me that I should've taken pics of the boys standing at the counter eating cookies as they came out […]

Cranberry Walnut Scones

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I've been making this Cranberry Walnut Scones recipe for the boys for the last couple of years. Since it's become an official family favorite, I thought it was about time to share. Last week, I decided to make these Paleo scones one evening; by morning, they were gone. Scones for dessert, breakfast, snacks, whenever. BecauseRead More → The p...

Elana's Pantry 203 days ago

Perfect Roasted Chicken - The Start of a Beautiful Stew

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The Perfect Roasted Chicken The perfect roasted chicken is my choice when having friends over for a night of cards or crafting.It is my favorite meal, combined with mashed potatoes and steamed broccoli.My daughters are so happy to see a perfect roasted chicken coming out of the oven because they know that they'll be able to make chicken sandwiches ...

Mango Honey Compound Butter

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Do you find yourself in the middle of December questioning your sanity after you have decided to make holiday gifts?In my world, that part of December is reserved for the birthday celebration of our twins, so even if I wanted to do so, my "spare time" is booked solid. That is why I've developed recipes that can be made in minutes and ...

Getting Family On Board with Your Gluten-Free Diet

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Many people spend time with extended family on holidays and sometimes much more often than that. That frequently means eating together, or sometimes family members being responsible for feeding gluten-free children. Whatever the situation, it's important that family understands the need for a strict gluten free diet, and it can be very frustrating ...

Win-It-Wednesday: Wild Friends Nut & Seed Butters

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If flavors like Cinnamon Raisin, Pumpkin Spice, Sugar Cookie and Gingerbread make you want to curl up with a good book, a comfy blanket and sweet treat, you must check out Wild Friends Peanut Butter. Let me tell ya… this peanut butter isn’t your childhood ho-hum Skippy. All-natural, non-GMO, and organic, the Wild Friend’s Nut

Be Free For Me Blog 205 days ago

Libby’s Banana Pecan Muffins

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These banana muffins are super moist with a perfect pecan crunch on top. They're delicious and my kids (and husband!) gobbled them up right away! Hope your family enjoys them too. Tip: when you have bananas going bad sitting on your counter but don't have time to bake with them, peel them and bag them [Read More...]

Better Batter 207 days ago

Food Storage: Instant Taco Meat

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It's always nice to keep foods on hand for camping or for emergency situations (such as when your power has gone out and you're low on fuel). Make up a large batch of this instant taco meat mix to keep on hand, and you're only ever 5 minutes away from a good, hot dinner. You [Read More...]

Better Batter 207 days ago

Raspberry Zinger Cake

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Remember Hostess Raspberry Zingers? Shaped like twinkies and covered with an intense raspberry flavored red coating, they weren't good for you, but they were a tangy treat. We discovered you can get a very similar flavor with a lot less fat (and none of the scary chemicals!) simply by placing frozen red raspberries on our [Read More...]

Better Batter 207 days ago

Crock Pot Red Chicken Curry

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I love Thai food – but am allergic to peanuts – which means if I want Thai style food, I have to make it myself. Most Thai cooking is preparation intense, so I was happy when my family have the thumbs up to this great entree – it takes no time at all to prepare [Read More...]

Better Batter 207 days ago

Product Review: Daiya Cheezy Mac

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Let's clear the air here for a minute: I'm a scratch cook – I mean, I literally do scratch cooking for a living, so generally convenience food isn't on my radar. I'd probably not had Kraft Dinner for at least ten years before I was diagnosed with celiac disease. However, as life has gotten busier [Read More...]

Better Batter 207 days ago

Top Five Frequently Asked Questions about Gluten

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What is gluten?A protein that generates an autoimmune response in susceptible people, composed of gliadin and glutenin.Where do I find it?In wheat, rye and barley containing foods. Oats contain different proteins, but are frequently grown, processed and stored in wheat areas. Some gluten-free people react to oats as wellWhy is it problematic?Sensi...

Loaded Baked Potato Soup

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During the cooler months of autumn and winter I try to plan for Soup Saturdays – making a big pot of something yummy to fill up all the big and small bellies in my house. I have shied away from potato soups in the past because I have never been a huge fan of heavier [Read More...]

Better Batter 207 days ago

Pumpkin Cheesecake Dip

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I made this pumpkin cheesecake dip for the first time on Halloween and it was a hit with my dinner guests and my family and comes together quickly since you don't need to wait for the cream cheese to come to room temperature first. Makes 2+ cups. 1 (8oz) pkg cream cheese 3/4 c. Better [Read More...]

Better Batter 207 days ago

Slow Cooker Sweet Potato Bacon Chili

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But before we get to today’s chili, Sweet Potato Bacon Chili, I hope that all of you who celebrated Halloween had a good one! We went to our mountain property…Read More

Herbal Salt - Make Ahead Gifts

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Blooming RosemaryStripping the leaves off of the Rosemary stemsLayering the Rosemary into the canning jarRosemary leaves ready for salting I love to have the tiny blue flowers included in the salt mixture. When I use this salt on eggs, or caramels, the tiny flecks of blue really add to the effect.Rosemary sprigs and Kosher Salt Topping off the jar ...

Slow Cooker Turkey Breast

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If you're hosting a Thanksgiving gathering this year, you might be wondering how to get all the food prepared with only one oven. This slow cooker turkey breast is moist and delicious, and it serves about 12 people. Using a slow cooker allows you to keep your oven available for side dishes and dessert. The post Slow Cooker Turkey Breast was written...

Buy One Get One only $6!

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Now's a great time to stock up on flour for the fall baking season!  

Better Batter 208 days ago

Oct 31, Gluten Free Food List

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Everything on this gluten free food list is suitable for celiac's to eat.

Oct 31, Are buckwheat groats gluten free?

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Fnd out what connects buckwheat groats and stinging nettles! Discover how they can be used in the gluten free diet and try some buckwheat recipes

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