Welcome to the February Pinterest Challenge Blog Hop! The purpose of this hop is to motivate us to not just hoard pins, but to make it happen! For this challenge, I decided to do a fun Easter recipe/craft combination — pastel deviled eggs. This was a fun project that I was able to do along with my son. We both had a blast dying the eggs and eating them too!
It’s almost Mardi Gras, which means I had to share a recipe for one of my favorite New Orleans dishes — gluten free jambalaya. This delicious recipe is so easy to make, and you can adapt it to your taste. This time, I made a lightened up version that’s perfect for someone on the new Weight Watchers Freestyle program. Read more
Christmas morning is almost here! Do you have a plan for breakfast? You know you don’t want to be slaving away in the kitchen while your family is enjoying their gifts. Instead, check out this awesome list of gluten free make ahead breakfasts that are perfect for Christmas morning. Read more
The holidays are right around the corner, which means it’s time to start planning your Thanksgiving and Christmas menus. If you’re gluten free, or have a friend or family member who doesn’t eat gluten, it can be difficult to find dinner and dessert items to incorporate into your spread. Check out this huge list of gluten free holiday recipes to include in your family’s festivities: Read more
Green bean casserole has always been my favorite holiday side dish. Although it’s super delicious, traditional green bean casserole isn’t gluten-free friendly. I decided to make a few tweaks to the traditional recipe to make a delicious gluten free green bean casserole recipe. And don’t forget to scroll to the bottom of the post to enter for a chance to win a $50 Michael’s gift card!
Chex mix has been a holiday tradition in my family for many years. The smell of Chex mix baking in the oven always reminds me of Christmas. When I switched to gluten free cooking a few years ago, I had to make a few alterations to the recipe, but luckily, most of the ingredients in the mix are already gluten free! I’m so happy I didn’t have to give up one of my favorite holiday snacks, and I can make my own gluten free Chex mix. Read more
If you’re one of my email subscribers, you already know that we welcomed a new baby boy to the family last month. I’ve been exclusively breastfeeding since he was born, but now that I’m starting to get back to work, I decided to start pumping in case I need to leave the baby for a couple hours. Read more
I love quick breads — they’re simple to make and taste great! And banana bread is my favorite quick bread, so I was super excited at how well this recipe worked out. This gluten free chocolate chip banana bread is sweet and moist. It tastes so great, even my picky, gluten-eating son approved. Read more
I’ve been gluten free for more than two years now, and for the most part, I don’t miss the gluten-filled products I once enjoyed. But, being in my third trimester has brought about a few cravings for comfort food, including fried chicken. So I decided to whip up some gluten free fried chicken the other day. Read more