Tag Archive for gluten free recipes

paleoribs

Slow Cooker Ribs (Paleo, DF, GF)

Sometimes I’m lazier than others about making Sunday a food prep day – I’m a ‘Sunday Funday’ kinda girl so I rarely want to spend the day prepping food for the week. Yesterday was one of those days, so I want something quick and easy to prep that would give us some options throughout the week.  When you’re following a… Read more →

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Gluten free, Paleo Cauliflower Crust Pizza

Yes, it’s possible to be gluten-free and paleo and still love your pizza! Last year I ran across a cauliflower pizza recipe which we tried while my mom in law was in town, and it was a BIG hit! We all loved it, though my only complaint was that it wasn’t sturdy enough to pick up and eat since I chose to… Read more →

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Paleo Survival Recipe—Pizza Peppers

Guest writer, Elissa, shares her favorite Paleo pizza creation with us. Thanks Elissa – we can’t wait to try this one!  When beginning with Paleo I was overwhelmed.  What was I to do with all the new information I have learned with the new cooking staples in my pantry?  These things I had not experience with, could I even call… Read more →

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Quinoa-Stuffed Peppers (Gluten-free, vegetarian option)

This is a guest post from Megan Cannon, a guest author who shares her experience prepping a variety of allergy-free friendly foods.   Throughout the course of the holiday season – which, somehow, only now feels like it’s winding down completely – my family participates in (or sometimes hosts) several large group dinners. These dinners, attended by family and friends… Read more →

roast beef with grilled squash

Amazingly simple Roast Beef with Grilled Squash

We’re big fans of a tender, juicy roast, and love the simplicity of a basic Roast Beef. While there are some more intricate methods which include basting, stews and crock pots, we like to keep ours simple by roasting it with a touch of salt and pepper. I promise you this is the easiest Roast Beef recipe you will ever… Read more →

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Skillet French Toast (Dairy, Egg & Gluten Free)

Breakfast for dinner was always one of my favorite things as a kid. I loved it when my mom would make scrambled eggs, french toast and bacon for dinner. I’m not sure why it has such a strong appeal, but our son is just as excited about the whole ‘breakfast for dinner’ thing today as I was 30 years ago.… Read more →

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Gluten-free, Dairy-free Swedish Spiced Cake

My son’s holiday party is today, and the kids were asked to bring in a special treat that symbolizes their family heritage. Since my family tended to center around the kitchen, that wasn’t a problem for me. The real challenge was in making an updated gluten-free, dairy-free version that my son could enjoy too.  Since he can eat eggs I… Read more →

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Eat Like a Dinosaur: Recipe & Guidebook for Gluten-free Kids

I used to go through life without thinking much about things. I wasn’t much of a planner at all; in fact, I was both irked by, and in awe of, people who were. How could they so confidently know what they were going to want in a few days, a week or even months? I had the hardest time picking a major… Read more →

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Gluten-free, Dairy-free Pumpkin Crunch Casserole

This is a great gluten-free, dairy-free sweet casserole option for the holidays! Using almonds and chia seeds rather than grains, and coconut milk and oil in place of dairy-based ingredients, this is an allergy-free friendly recipe that you can add to your holiday list with confidence that it will satisfy the pickiest (and allergy-free) palette. Since it’s rich in sugar,… Read more →

Persimmon Spiced Scones, Bona Dea

Gluten Free Persimmon Spiced Scones

I’ve heard that when you cut out a food from your diet, the cravings will fade, and your taste buds will change. And while I never really thought that was true (I had tried plenty of fad diets in the past and never noticed my cravings fade) it wasn’t until I cut out the common food allergens that I think… Read more →