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Meal Planning

“Go Away Flu” chicken and rice (and heart-shaped carrot) soup

On Monday evening, my little gluten-girl woke up complaining of just not feeling well.  She’d been a bit feverish that day, and had been coughing off and on.  She’s asthmatic, and fairly susceptible to respiratory infections; I gave her some Tylenol and after staying up an extra hour (to make sure she was feeling better), … Continue reading »

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A Week of Oven-Free, Gluten-Free Dinners

Today is the official start of summer!  Living in an area where we have more triple-digit days than not, I try to avoid using the oven as much as possible.  Here’s what’s on tap for this week: Monday: Ham-cheese-and-red-pepper omelets, fresh strawberries, grapes, gluten-free toast (yup – breakfast for dinner!) Tuesday: Pepper steak on rice, … Continue reading »

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Chocolate Chocolate-Chip Cookies

I can’t take credit for this recipe, but it’s too good not to share!  No special flours required. From You Won’t Believe It’s Gluten Free Chocolate Cookies * Corn-based These are soft and fudgy, but not too sweet.  Do not be alarmed if these cookies poof a little during baking.  They settle into a traditional appearance … Continue reading »

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Against The Grain Gourmet

On a recent trek to a town 2 hours away, we visited the local Whole Foods store.  This particular Whole Foods is the closest one to us; it’s a gluten-free family’s dream come true.  We stocked up on everything we could – EnviroKidz cereal (at $2.49/box! – we bought an entire case), gluten-free donuts, crackers, bagels, chicken broth, … Continue reading »

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Light, fluffy, delicious yellow/butter cake

I tried something yesterday that I had been putting off for some time.  I made my favorite cake.  It was the first time I had attempted a gluten-free yellow cake, and I was really craving the comfort of a yellow cake with chocolate frosting.  It was my favorite cake growing up, and I’d given it … Continue reading »

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Gluten-Free Cheesecake – Pecan Crust

My homemade cheesecakes have always had crushed graham-cracker crusts.  When a fellow gluten-free gal asked if there was any chance I could make her a GF birthday cheesecake, I embraced the challenge!  Because I’m cheap, I didn’t want to purcahse GF graham crackers.  (For starters, the best I’ve found come from a bakery in Colorado … Continue reading »

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Gluten-Free Cheese Crackers

I like to make homemade crackers.  I liked to make them before we went gluten-free.  I even took a cracker making course, once.  This, coupled with my obsession for Cheez-Its (and the disappointing fact that there really is not a good GF Cheez-It substitute on the market that *I* have found) led me to begin … Continue reading »

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15 Quick & Easy Naturally Gluten-Free Snacks

When you’ve got a house full of gluten-free kids, you can’t exactly reach for the Goldfish or Oreos when they’re hungry for a snack.  We’d also go broke very quickly if we kept a pantry full of gluten-free cookies, crackers, and other GF goodies.  Here are 15 quick and easy snacks that are naturally gluten … Continue reading »

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Homemade Granola with Oats, Quinoa, and Coconut

Makes a big batch, but we go through it in about a week’s time around here! Ingredients 8 Cups gluten-free oats 1/2 Cup quinoa 2 Tbsp flax-seed meal 2 Cups flaked coconut 1-1/4 Cup pecans 1-1/4 Cup almonds 2 Cups raisins (or other dried fruit) 1 Cup brown sugar 1-1/2 Cups water 3/4 Cups canola … Continue reading »

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Breakfasts: First week of May, 2011

(Yes, that’s a homemade gluten-free waffle with pure maple syrup and a hefty pat of butter…no, it’s not on THIS week’s menu, but I wanted to show it off anyway). This Monday, I thought it’d be fun to post a week of breakfasts.  For the general population, breakfast seems to be one of the most gluten-filled meal … Continue reading »

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