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Win-It-Wednesday: Glutenetto Artisanal Italian Wedding Cookies by Cookies con Amore

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Finding a good gluten-free cookie can be tough. And finding a good gluten-free cookie beyond the “basic” varieties of the traditional chocolate chip and oatmeal, and the like, can be even tougher. That is why I was so very excited to find Glutenetto Artisanal Italian Cookies. Reminiscent of the traditional Italian cookies that my great-grandmother,...

Be Free For Me Blog 164 days ago

Cannellini beans throw down

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Using canned beans is not only quick and easy, it is pretty much commonplace in American households. I always see dried beans in the supermarket and at specialty food stores The post Cannellini beans throw down appeared first on Queen Bee's Kitchen.

Queen Bee's Kitchen 164 days ago

Black Bean Burgers

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We are a meat-loving family, but sometimes you need to switch it up a bit. I invited a good friend, a self-proclaimed foodie and vegetarian, over for dinner when I first made these black bean burgers. His eyes rolled back into his head with the first bite and he proclaimed them to be the best [Read More...]

Better Batter 166 days ago

When you eat out, can you trust the Chef?

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When we eat out, our health depends on the honesty of the chef in the kitchen.Even a cutie like this one. We hope that our chef will cook us a meal that satisfies our hunger and our health.Sometimes, individuals will lie.And we have to let the world know about them.This chef decided to talk about his opinion of gluten free clients on Facebook.Here ...

Mexican Quinoa and Beef (Slow Cooker)

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If you're looking for ways to help your family enjoy quinoa, this Mexican Quinoa and Beef is a great option. If quinoa is strange to them, the Mexican flavors will help make it taste familiar. The post Mexican Quinoa and Beef (Slow Cooker) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free. ...

Okra Popcorn

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Okra is in season. Now if you’ve been thinking that okra is, well, less than desirable to eat, it’s time to change your mind. Big time. And this Okra Popcorn…Read More

Gluten-Free Menu Plan (August 22)

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This week's gluten-free menu plan uses the grill, stove top and oven in a great combination of easy yet delicious meals that your family is sure to enjoy. And don't miss the desserts! The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan (August 22) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free.   &...

10 Hand Tools Every Kitchen Should Have

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When I was teaching my teenage cooking class at the Coop this month, several of my students asked for a list of hand tools that they NEED to have in their kitchen. Honey Lemon Curd Tart with Fresh RaspberriesOne of the dishes we made at class. The requests got me to thinking. As I'm considering a move to a tiny home, What are my essentials? Everyth...

Paleo Birthday Cake

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If you're looking for a quick and easy birthday cake recipe look no further. This nut-free Paleo Birthday Cake was devoured by the male folks in my house, and I thought it was amazing too. Who can resist chocolate cake smothered in rich, creamy chocolate frosting? I can't! Both of my boys are well intoRead More → The post Paleo Birthday Cake...

Elana's Pantry 169 days ago

Slappy Cakes, Maui | Triumph Dining Restaurant Review

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This place is too cute. At Slappy Cakes you can make your own gluten-free pancakes on a griddle right at your table. Then you can add custom toppings to your taste. Slappy Cakes also offers bacon and eggs, as well as non-gluten-free American comfort food. The food is fresh and simple with an emphasis on […] Click to continue reading » Th...

Why do we love food so much?

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Recently I've struggled with weight gain and it got me thinking about why we love food so much. Being consciously aware of some of these reasons can help me have self-control when it comes to eating. Maybe it helps you too. The post Why do we love food so much? was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helpin...

Gluten Free M & M Cookies

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As As As As  If I'm going to make donut holes for the little one, the older one is going to want a treat too, right?As  Fair is fair and since she is not a donut eater, she asked for M&M Cookies that we could share.As  Done. These cookies were mixed and baked in under 35 minutes.As  She […]

Gluten Free Gobsmacked 170 days ago

Whole Foods Market Makes Gluten-Free Shopping Easy

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Do you shop for gluten-free products at Whole Foods Market? It’s easy to find specialty foods and take care of your gluten-free shopping at each location, thanks to a handy website feature. Go to the Whole Foods Market website, select your local store, and download a list of gluten-free products available at that location. The […] Click to co...

Bug Out Bag

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I'm not much of a ''Prepper", but have always lived by the motto of Be Prepared.My Dad and Mom were scout leaders my entire childhood, that's what comes from being the 5th of 6 kids.Some of my earliest memories are of Boy Scouts bandaging my ankles, while I acted as if I had sprained it, and getting splinted when my Dad changed the scenario.I follo...

Essential Oil Safety

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When I spoke at LaLeche League last week I was asked again about Essential Oil Safety. With the vast conversational chatter about Young Living, doTerra and Organic essential oils, it is complicated for a consumer to understand what an essential oil truly is and how someone can best use them medically.Are essential oils the best choice for treatment...

Emergency Preparation

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Not to get you worried, but the folks in Texas dealing with the big flood didn't have much time to get out of the way.Forest fires break through to new areas with a good stiff breeze,Home fires wake people up at 2 am as a siren blares.Tornados, hurricanes and earthquakes occur with regularity.Catastrophe strikes without warning, or without enou...

Natural Cough Relief

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Your throat hurts from coughing or your child is suffering with a cough that just won't quit.Getting relief is essential for sleep and pain relief.So many of the commercial products have ingredients that you wouldn't want to feed to your worst enemy, let alone your family.Best way to begin is by narrowing down which symptom(s) need to be relieved. ...

Lunchbox Menu Ideas!

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Here are some great menu ideas for your back to school planning – make sure you use good gluten free alternatives (or our recipe archive!) to make these appropriate for your family!

Better Batter 172 days ago

One Potato Two Potato Chips | Triumph Dining Product Review

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Have you tried these fun One Potato Two Potato chips? They’re gluten-free and manufactured in Womelsdorf, Pennsylvania. At Triumph Dining, we sampled the Hawaiian BBQ flavor, and the discriminating tasters here in the office had no problem polishing them off in seconds flat. The chips are cooked in small batches and made with sunflower oil. […...

Peaches and Cream Muffins

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With peaches in season I am always trying to think of ways to work them in to my recipes. These muffins are light and have that perfect summery peach taste. And nobody needs to know they started with a Better Batter Cake Mix Fresh peaches and cream muffins Ingredients 1-2 ripe peaches, peeled and diced [Read More...]

Better Batter 172 days ago

Monte Cristo Sandwich

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Sometimes it's boring having the same old thing for supper on family movie night, so one night we decided to try something new ¦ and cheesy ¦ I made Monte Cristo sandwiches, and yes, we watched the movie The Count of Monte Cristo! How's that for cheesy? ï Š Monte Cristo Sandwiches Ingredients for Bread: 3 [Read More...]

Better Batter 172 days ago

A New Life. A New Space. Welcome to AmyGreen.me!

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You’re here!! And I couldn’t be more excited!! I started this whole redesign project quite some time ago and now it’s ready to show off. Isn’t this new space gorgeous? Erin Ulrich outdid herself. If you were around for Simply Sugar & Gluten-Free, you’ll immediately notice that things are a little different. Let’s grab a […]

Blueberry Bundt Cake

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The u-pick fruit season may be over near me, but the grocery stores and farmer's markets are carrying lots of delicious blueberries still. This cake boasts not only blueberries in the filling, but is topped with a sweet-tart lemon glaze and a blueberry sauce. Special dessert-worthy or worthy of a family dinner. Fruit lovers, you [Read More...]...

Better Batter 173 days ago

Peach Basil Pops

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If you love peaches too, then I bet you'll really enjoy this Peach Basil Popsicle recipe from California Almonds. The flavor combination of peaches, basil, and honey sounds delicious, doesn't it? The post Peach Basil Pops was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free.    ...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan (August 15)

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This week's gluten-free menu plan offers mostly suggestions for slow cooker and stove top meals. The corn bread pizza does require using your oven, but it's a delicious variation on pizza that's makes a fun Friday night dinner. The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan (August 15) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker...

Reader’s Choice: Decide my next post

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Check out the poll on the Queen Bee's Facebook page and help decide what my next post will be about.  Voting closes at 5PM tomorrow. To vote go to: Queen The post Reader's Choice: Decide my next post appeared first on Queen Bee's Kitchen.

Queen Bee's Kitchen 175 days ago

Easy Gluten Free Donuts

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I have a little one who is in love with donuts.  I honestly don't make them because well… I eat them too.  ??   Add that to the fact that I like the buttermilk fried ones, and it doesn't help.  Nothing like kitchen clean up than frying stuff in oil.  Blech. However, it has also been […]

Gluten Free Gobsmacked 175 days ago

Back to School: Lunches

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"Parents of gluten free children will have to pack at least 175 lunches (per child) this school year. Our goal is to make lunches that are envied (or at least not scorned) by other wheat-eating classmates and will be eaten (not traded or thrown away) by the child. I wish I knew the source of […]

Natural Sleep Remedies

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I'm a sleep-a-holic. I sleep at least 8 hours every night and on weekends I turn in for around 10. I am a total crank pot when I don't get a good night of sleep, and I have an absolute fear of insomnia. So you can imagine that finding natural sleep remedies for my familyRead More → The post Natural Sleep Remedies appeared first on Elana'...

Elana's Pantry 176 days ago

1300 on Fillmore, San Francisco | Triumph Dining Restaurant Review

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The more time I spend in San Francisco, the more I end up eating my way through the city, which has long been celebrated as a culinary center. Today I bring you a review of 1300 on Fillmore. It's not in the trendy Fillmore area, but instead a few blocks further south in the Western Addition. This American […] Click to continue reading » ...

Gluten-Free Cheerios: Safe or Not?

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In case you're not aware, there are five flavors of Cheerios that are now labeled gluten free. Whether the cereal is in fact gluten free, or is consistently gluten free, has been a question of debate. The post Gluten-Free Cheerios: Safe or Not? was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten ...

Win-It-Wednesday: Figueroa Brother’s Coconut Caramel Squares

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This week’s Win-It-Wednesday on BeFreeForme.com is super, super sweet! Every once in a while I like a little sweetness in my life. One of my favorite types of candy is caramels, but unfortunately many, many brands contain gluten. That’s why I was so over-the-top excited when I found these little squares of sweetness… Figueroa Brother’s

Be Free For Me Blog 178 days ago

Poesia, San Francisco | Triumph Dining Restaurant Review

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Our next great dining spot in San Francisco is Poesia, an Italian restaurant located in the Castro. Owner Francesco d'Ippolito specializes in Calabrian dishes. While this review could focus on the yummy branzino or pollo arrosto, here we want to cover the pasta dishes, which gluten-free diners can safely enjoy. What we loved most about Poesia is th...

Blueberry tarragon vinaigrette…a summertime treat

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Blueberries are at the peak of season in the summer, and while July is the official Blueberry Month , you can find delicious, plump, sweet blueberries from across the United States The post Blueberry tarragon vinaigrette…a summertime treat appeared first on Queen Bee's Kitchen.

Queen Bee's Kitchen 179 days ago

Libby’s Lemon Blueberry Coffee Cake

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I love a good Cake Mix Hack! This terrific recipe from Libby Weiss is where we take the convenience of a cake mix and elevate it into something more special. It definitely wont look like something baked from a box, and it'll be our little secret.     Ingredients. Crumb: 3/4 Cup Better Batter Gluten [Read More...]

Better Batter 179 days ago

Fried Pork Chops

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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 179 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 180 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 182 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 […]

Gluten Free Gobsmacked 186 days ago

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 186 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 187 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...

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