Maureen Burke is no stranger to hard work. She rises at 7 am each morning to begin her day as the owner of One Dish Cuisine café, bakery, and deli in Ellicott City, Maryland, on the outskirts of Baltimore. Her day usually wraps up when she and her husband leave the restaurant around 9:30 pm. She has one day “off” – Tuesdays – that […]
Written by Alexa Croft
For most people a bread binge is consuming a lot of bread in a short period of time. For me it is baking a lot of bread in a short period of time. I was on a quest for an incredibly easy, soft, gluten free white (or sandwich) bread recipe that literally anyone could make. And since I have no patience, I wanted to be able to enjoy warm bread in an hour or so not an afternoon.
Aside from being dead simple to make, quick, soft, and tasty, I wanted the bread to be gum free
Continuing on with my goal to eat more breakfast in 2013 I came up with this quick recipe for gluten free, nut free granola crunch. This recipe has just 5 ingredients, requires hardly any work and best of all, can be made ahead and stored in an airtight container for when the need to crunch strikes you.
Personally I like to layer this crunch with non-fat Greek yogurt and berries in a sort of parfait. I mean, who doesn’t like eating dessert for breakfast?
I just do not think I could be more excited! Along with an amazing team of hardworking, creative geniuses, I have been working on a secret project and now the time has come to let the cat out of the bag!
I am so honored to announce to you all… Simply Gluten Free Magazine!
This is a beautiful, bi-monthly, printed (and digital), allergen free lifestyle magazine written for people with food sensitivities by people with food sensitivities!
While there are going to be tons of allergen free recipes and drool worthy food porn we will also be including
I am going to let you in on a secret, I am a (gluten free) snacker. Yep, I love to snack. Sure meals are great and there is nothing I enjoy more than sitting down with my family for a lovely dinner but seriously, who can survive on just a measly 3 meals a day? […]