Gluten free white chicken chili is an easy family favorite packed with protein! No weird gluten containing seasonings, no sneaky cream-of’s that might catch you off guard with their gluten hiding ingredients. Just good ol’ fashioned white beans and chicken, flavored up with individual spices to make a cozy meal to end the day. Top with a dollop of sour cream, avocado slices, cilantro and tortilla strips to really take this up a notch and feel satisfied!read more >
This gluten free cornbread muffin recipe is naturally gluten free by using just cornmeal but keeping all the flavor and texture you would expect in a muffin! Top with butter and honey for the the perfect dinner side, or afternoon treat.read more >
Grandma’s chicken and biscuit casserole recipe is like chicken pot pie but better, not mention easier to make! With creamy bites of cooked chicken and paired with your favorite vegetables, the filling is then topped with easy drop biscuits for a fluffy finish.read more >
Feeling the need for something light and fresh? This falafel salad with tahini dressing puts a twist on a typical falafel, keeping it light by avoiding the deep-frying and pan-cooking it instead.
Though this falafel salad is light and fresh, it still packs 15 grams of protein making it the perfect satisfying meal that is naturally vegan and gluten free without a ton of extra calories.read more >
This Cranberry apple cider punch recipe features a unique twist from traditional cranberry punch and can be customized to fit your sweetness preference!read more >
Pear cheesecake with ginger spice is a holiday favorite in our home, whether it be a contribution to Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Years!
I have many variations of baked cheesecake recipes that I love to make, but this time of year the winner is always my spiced pear cheesecake with ginger. Pears are bountiful this time of year and I love to take advantage of seasonal produce whenever I can. The layer of poached pear adds a nice contrast in texture to the creamy smooth cheesecake, and the ginger spice helps meld the flavors into a uniform dish.read more >
These gluten free pecan shortbread cookies boast a tender, buttery, crumb and are made the ultimate shortbread by sandwiching a layer of caramel in between!
We make these cookies every year and they have become one of our favorite holiday cookie recipes. They translated to a gluten free version very well and are even great a couple days old!read more >
Chicken and brussel sprouts casserole is a family favorite in our home. Often requested by the kiddos, this dish is loaded with flavor from the bacon and cheese sauce, and is topped with a gluten free crumb topping to add just the right amount of texture!
This brussel sprout bake recipe is a wonderful gluten free mac n’ cheese substitute that also gives you plenty of protein and veggies in the mix as well. If my kids request a dish, and it gives them veggies, then I know it needs to be in our regular meal plan rotation.read more >
With the approach of Thanksgiving, those living a gluten free lifestyle are left wondering how do I have a gluten free Thanksgiving? “What am I going to eat?” “Am I going to get glutened?” “Do I really just have to stick with the salad?” “Is this dressing even ok to have?”
I’m here to ease those thoughts and show you that Thanksgiving can be as customize-able as you would like, and that the options truly are endless.read more >
Mmmmmm, these golden raisin oatmeal cookies are just the right amount of crispy and chewy all at the same time. With bursts of not too sweet chocolate, and mellow golden raisins, these oatmeal chip cookies are the perfect afternoon pick-me-up. I am literally enjoying one with my coffee as I write this…
What can I say, I am a sucker for all things cozy. Golden raisins in my oatmeal cookies definitely helps to up the cozy level and bring a small piece of acceptance to this cold weather. The hot drinks help too.read more >