Halloween is just around the corner, which means we’re going to be inundated with candy in the coming weeks. While most kids don’t have to worry about what’s in their candy before they eat it, the unlucky few of us who can’t have gluten need to keep an eye on our Halloween candy. Luckily, there are a variety of gluten free Halloween candy options out there. You just have to know what to look for before you start snacking. These trick or treating tips will help anyone with a gluten sensitivity have a great Halloween.
Fall is one of my favorite times of year. I love incorporating fall decor into my home to celebrate the season. The problem with fall is that there are so many reasons to celebrate! That’s why I decided to make this pretty DIY fall farmhouse wreath with a removable bow. Now, I can decorate for fall with a lovely new wreath, but I can change the wreath’s design to suit the season! Keep reading to find out how to make your own DIY fall farmhouse wreath. Read more
Do you know a kid who loves to create new things? Whether they enjoy drawing or sculpting or just creating something fun with paper and glue, if your kid loves to craft there are a variety of gift options they would love to receive this Christmas. These 20 amazing gift ideas for crafty kids will let your kids’ creative juices flow all year long. Read more
Halloween is definitely my favorite holiday, making it one of the best times to throw a fun party. Most of my party planning has kids in mind, but a lot of Halloween party themes are more adult-focused. That’s why I decided to put this list together. These eight family friendly Halloween party themes are perfect for kids of any age. And the best part about each of these themes is that they can all be customized for your own family, whether your kids enjoy a little more fright on Halloween night or they prefer to avoid being scared on the spooky holiday. Read more
One of my all-time favorite pre-packaged desserts are Little Debbie Oatmeal Creme Pies. I bought a package for my kids the other day and had a craving, so I set out to create my own gluten free version. These gluten free oatmeal creme pies may even taste better than the originals! You’ll love these chewy oatmeal cookies with delicious buttercream icing in the middle.
One of the hardest things about going gluten-free is giving up baked goods. If you’ve ever tried recreating your favorite baked good recipe into a gluten free dessert, you’ve no doubt found out that gluten free baking is tricky. Not only do you have to account for the texture and density of the gluten free flour, but you also have to adjust your baking time to ensure that your dessert is baked all the way through. There are so many tiny adjustments to make when gluten free baking. Luckily, there are a few essential items that you can use to ensure your gluten free baked goods taste just like the real thing. Here are my top 10 essentials for gluten free baking.
Halloween is definitely my favorite holiday, but it’s hard to find good gluten free Halloween treats to celebrate! On top of the fact that many Halloween candies are not gluten free, so many of the popular baked good people cook up are filled with gluten! Luckily, there are some amazing bloggers out there that have come up with some awesome gluten free recipes especially for Halloween. Here are some of my favorite gluten free Halloween treats. Read more
Decorating for Halloween is so much fun! I love creating unique Halloween decorations to add to my decor each year. This year, I made some spooky Halloween jars filled with creepy items perfect for a Halloween spell. And the best part is that you can download my farmhouse style labels to make your own creepy Halloween jars!
Throwing awesome birthday parties year after year can get expensive! The key to planning affordable birthday parties that are still super fun and look amazing is to have a stockpile of basic, cheap party supplies that you can dip into whenever you start planning your next bash. Luckily, there are several places you can go to score party supplies on the cheap. Next time you’re planning a birthday party, check out these 10 places to find cheap party supplies.
Halloween is one of my favorite holidays! I really love sharing the fun of Halloween with my kids, which means making fun crafts together! This year, we made a cute popsicle stick spider web. This craft is so much fun and so simple to make — kids of any age will have a blast putting it together. Read more