Posts Tagged With: gluten free
Want your kids to eat more veggies? Make a veggie tray! It has worked wonders at our house! Not to mention I get to use the super cute platter that my children, sister and step-mother made as a surprise for Christmas! You can’t see the whole thing but it has their handprints on the platter … Continue reading »
Last week I wrote about my gluten-free story. Here are some resources that have helped me: Here’s my gluten-free eating philosophy: Just eat normal stuff. Not stuff made from rice and such that is put into recipes “pretending” to be wheat. I do have these exceptions that I enjoy eating and making: pizza crust, chocolate … Continue reading »
I’m taking an idea from Sarah over at Amongst Lovely Things. She told her “Gluten-Free Story” in 7 Quick Takes. Here’s my story: 1. I never had a clue that I was allergic to wheat. My doctor suspected it right away on my first visit. I was tested and the blood work revealed elevated antibodies … Continue reading »
Once again I’m counting this as one of my summer recipes because I can cook it on the griddle. We also eat these on meatless Fridays during Lent. I’m not much of a fish eater and I am just learning how to cook it well. But this is a full proof recipe and my kids … Continue reading »
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