I have dubbed this my no-oat granola. I missed that detail when I first started adapting this recipe and was sure Better Homes and Gardens had forgotten to list the oats in the ingredient list. Alas, it was intentional and I’m loving it! This granola with a little homemade almond milk is my new go-to breakfast, snack, and occasional dinner.
I love rice paper rolls and it’s disappointing how many thai places don’t have them on the menu opting for gluteneous deep fried spring rolls instead. However they are very simple and cheap to make so I often make them at home as a dinner entree or snack.
You can buy the rice paper sheets from most supermarkets and then you just need to decide what you want to fill them with. I usually make vegetarian versions using coriander, carrot and cucumber but go ahead and experiment with chicken, beef and different types of vegetables. You can also add rice noodles.
If your rice paper rolls always seem to fall apart when you dip them in Read More »
Gluten-free shamrock sugar cookies are buttery good, easy to make and a charmin’ St. Patrick’s Day cookie.
You will need a small (about 3/4-inch diameter) shamrock cookie cutter to use as a stencil on your cookies. If you can’t find this type of cookie cutter you can make your own stencil by tracing and cutting a shamrock shape on a plastic kitchen mat (available at most stores in housewares.)
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 35 minutes
For this recipe, you will need:
- 2 large eggs
- 2/3 cup granulated sugar
- 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract Read More »
Tater Tot Casserole. With a name like that, how can you go wrong!?!
While growing up, one household favorite was the tater tot casserole my mom would make. She loved it because, as a busy single-mom, she could make it ahead of time and then pop it in the oven when the time came. Us kids loved it for the most obvious reason: It had tater tots in it!
We have easily modified this casserole to be gluten-free, and can once again enjoy the comfort it brings on a cold, wintry day. Read More »
If you have ever enjoyed the experience of eating “pot stickers” before going gluten-free, you know how delicious and fun these savory Asian pan-fried dumplings are. They’re fun to make too!
Traditionally pot sticker wrappers – similar to wonton wrappers, are made with wheat flour. While I’ve thought about attempting to make a gluten-free wonton for some time, it wasn’t until I bought Laura B. Russell’s cookbook, The Gluten-Free Asian Kitchen that I actually went for it.
Our gluten-free pot stickers will stick to the pan, just like wheat-made pot stickers, so read the instructions carefully and then have fun making this recipe. Read More »
In my search for healthier food options that don’t make me feel like I’m missing out on flavor, plus my goal of following Lent to a certain extent this year (a.k.a. not eating meat on Friday), I ended up with this delicious recipe. It’s inspired by The Happy Healthy Hippie and is pretty darn easy, which is always a plus. Read More »
GlutenFreeWorks.com is working with a new website from Better Batter to help people transition to the gluten-free diet. The new website, StartGlutenFree.com, shares our mission, therefore we will be contributing content that helps people adopt a gluten-free diet and successfully incorporate it into their lives. The more we share our resources, the better we can help everyone “get well and stay healthy” living gluten-free!
Altoona, Pennsylvania – October 18, 2012 – The switch to a Gluten-Free lifestyle is no longer an overwhelming and daunting ordeal, thanks to a new website, StartGlutenFree.com, that is a trustworthy resource for teaching individuals how to easily make the switch.
StartGlutenFree.com is headed by the company, Better Batter, one of the key leaders in the Gluten-Free industry, and it is backed by physicians nationwide. The website is slated to be “the welcoming committee for the gluten-free community” by Read More »
The Grand Opening of Our Brand New Gluten Free Works Health Recovery Center has been a HUGE success!
People are subscribing and logging in use all the great information we have packed into the site and follow our “6 Step Process” for fixing their individual symptoms.
As I am sure you are aware, Read More »
Being that I am a creature of habit, I am 100% serious when I say that I eat a slice of Rudi’s multi-grain bread every day.
My routine: Wake up. Make omelette. Toast Rudi’s. Enjoy.
So, when I started seeing promotions for Rudi’s new ‘soft & fluffy’ recipe, I was very intrigued and excited for my daily routine to get THAT much better.
Don’t get me wrong, I enjoyed Rudi’s old formula, and loved nothing more than Read More »
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