This is my favorite go-to icing to make cookie sandwiches. It's gluten free, and can easily be made milk free as well, by using plain soymilk or almond milk in lieu of the milk. I use coconut oil in place of what is often used - shortening. Coconut oil is fantastic as a substitute, but if you cannot find … Continue reading the story "Easy Icing for sandwich cookies, using coconut oil"
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I love roasted potatoes! Garlic is an obsession for me. And I love bacon, of course. So when my son recently suggested adding bacon to my side dish staple of roasted garlic red potatoes, I was all over that. He helped with the prep as well, sweet boy. I love hearing his creative ideas and working together to turn them into reality! … Continue reading the story "Roasted Garlic Potatoes With Bacon"
One of my favorite things about gluten free & food blogging is the people I come into contact with! I truly cherish the different perspectives and creativity of my blogging peers. One blogger that I am continuously impressed with is Ashley over at Gracefully Gluten Free! I am so excited to share this recipe she created for you here, and even more excited to … Continue reading the story "Easter Meringues! Guest Blog Post 2 by Gracefully Gluten Free"
I love slow cookers. I love how I can do a bit of prep work, and then my house smells delicious the entire day. Not to mention, of course, that the food turns into fall-apart goodness! I made this recently before a big storm hit. I'm in Texas, and we have had some pretty big storms lately. We are north … Continue reading the story "Peppered Pork Roast with Rice (slow cooker)"
Press cashew butter (Mmmm...cashew butter=new favorite food) into small cups. Pour melted chocolate chips into the center. Place chopped strawberries atop the chocolate. All gluten free, of course. Enjoy!
1 spoon of cashew butter for each "bite" 1 tablespoon melted GF chocolate chips for each "bite" 2 strawberries, quartered, for each "bite"
My son absolutely loves meatloaf. My other son hates meatloaf but loves tacos. Meanwhile, my husband eats almost anything. So, one night I threw this together, in my attempt to create something everyone will eat. It was far quicker than my normal Italian-style meatloaf, but really surprisingly good. This recipe might not win any creative awards, but … Continue reading the story "Easy Taco Meatloaf: Allergy-friendly!"