Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google Plus Instagram RSS Feed

Tag Archives | gluten-free

mint chocolate chip meringue cookies

Mint Chocolate Chip Meringue Cookies

How would you like a festive holiday cookie that’s gluten-free…without making you feel like you’re missing out on something? Enter Mint Chocolate Chip Meringue Cookies, one of our favorite holiday cookies from our youth. This is essentially the original gluten free cookie – it was gluten free before people even knew what gluten was. When […]

Read full story Comments { 1 }
goautentico cheese puffs

Brazilian Cheese Puffs #GoAutentico

We’re one of those families that has a lot of trouble getting out the door in the morning for school. No one wants to skip breakfast, but sometimes breakfast has to be an on-the-go affair. That’s why one of our kids’ favorite grab-and-go meals or snacks is these Brazilian Cheese Puffs (known as Pao de […]

Read full story Comments { 5 }
sliced watermelon cake

No-Bake Summer Watermelon Cake

Imagine a cake that has only two ingredients, requires no cooking, is gluten-free and sugar-free (if you want it that way), is ready in about 30 minutes, and makes an impressive “pow” of an appearance at any summer barbeque or picnic. Yes, it’s possible… in the form of this no-bake summer watermelon cake. If you’re […]

Read full story Comments { 6 }
baked apples

Baked Baby Apples

Ever notice how food is a lot more fun in miniature? That’s how we feel about these Melissa’s organic crimson gold apples. They’re about the size of a golf ball, good for approximately four quick bites of fall apple deliciousness. Plus, they’re just so darned cute. These apples, descendents of the Newtown and Spitzenburg heirloom […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }
fruit chips 1

Product of the Week: Simple & Crisp

Every once in a while a fun new product crosses our desk (kitchen counter?) and we like to share the story. Our newest find is Simple & Crisp, a gluten-free, gourmet dried fruit crisp. These sweet/tart little crisps are super-thin slices of real fruit. Since they’re so light and crispy, they make a great cracker […]

Read full story Comments { 2 }
shirataki peanut

It’s Konnyaku Time!

It’s…what time? Konnyaku time! If you haven’t tried this tasty and unique food yet, you’re in for a treat (really!). Konnyaku is the name for the jelly-like substance made from the root of the tropical Asian plant known as konjac or  elephant yam. The konnyaku is then sliced into thin strips to make shirataki noodles. […]

Read full story Comments { 4 }