Breakfast. It is an interesting meal. Most say it is the most important meal of the day. Literally it means to break your fast. Breakfast gives you the energy to tackle your day. Throughout the ages, breakfast has
Written by Johnna Parry
Whenever someone asks me where to start when embarking on a gluten free diet, one of things I am always telling them is that they need to start looking at the world of food in terms of what they CAN eat, not what they can’t. Despite appearances to the contrary, the foods we CAN eat far outweighs what we can’t. I also tell them when first starting out it is a good idea to concentrate on foods that are naturally gluten free.
This naturally gluten free recipe is proof positive that
Egg crepes are one of the gluten free recipes that I consider a basic in my repertoire of recipes. They are so simple to master and can be used in a variety of ways. They also happen to be grain free and a really great way to have a little something special if you are following a Low Carb or Paleo Diet.
They are really more like a very thin omelet than a crepe. But I use them as I would a crepe, stuffed with all sorts of delicious fillings or folded in triangles and topped with rich, sweet sauces but I also use them as wraps (lightly dressed arugula and crispy bacon is to die for!) and I even
In the process of making foods taste wonderful, one could easily become the “Paula Dean” of the gluten-free world, creating food filled with butter, cream and sugar. I do also love coming up with recipes that are free of refined sugar and low
I’ve been making egg crepes for years. They are quick and easy to make and a protein packed, gluten-free, dairy-free and grain-free way to have all the satisfaction of eating crepes typically made with flour and butter. But today I wanted something different and decided on Sunbutter and Jelly crepes.