Traveling can be one of the greatest pleasures in life and for the gluten intolerant it can also be one the most challenging. I have traveled a lot in my life, sometime with great gluten-free success and sometimes with fairly poor results. I like to think we learn more from our failures than our successes […]
I’ve mentioned in previous posts that I think kale and quinoa have a natural affinity for each other. The same can be said for avocado and pistachios. That’s why in this Gluten Free Kale and Quinoa Salad, I’ve combined both of these powerhouse duos into
Waking up on Christmas morning to a warm house full of family is one of the greatest pleasures of the holidays. The air outside is chilly but inside you’re snuggled up around the ones you love, perhaps around a fire with cups of cocoa or
Ever had strata? It’s kind of like lasagna, but with bread as the main component instead of pasta. Some are layered (hence the name) but others are simply mixed together in a casserole style. I prefer the casserole style because it’s
I received a letter from a reader of Simply Gluten Free magazine recently asking for a recipe for baked oatmeal. I wasn’t really sure what she was looking for but I thought, how cool would it be to make gluten free baked oatmeal cups? The ultimate
You know me, I am always trying to come up with gluten free recipes that are simple to make and use “normal” ingredients and if that recipe is for dessert, then all the better. If I am going to use that recipe for entertaining then being able to make it ahead is an even bigger plus.
I threw myself a birthday bash recently and decided I really didn’t want a birthday cake. Instead I wanted an array of mini desserts. After all, why eat one piece of one thing when you can eat a variety of small bites? So I made mini coconut cupcakes, mini cream puffs, mini strawberry shortcakes and these little beauties – Flourless Mini Chocolate Cherry Cupcakes.
These are so simple and everyone loved them. So many people commented on