Paper bag popcorn from knowgluten.me

Gluten Free Paper Bag Popcorn

Almost everyone in my house is over 5’5″. Almost. Five of the six of us are. My four year old daughter is not. She’s not even over four feet tall. She’s also very observant of the fact that she’s the very smallest of our family. In fact, she’s started telling strangers “I’m the only child in my family,” which confuses strangers who then try to figure out who all the teens are and what our relationship to them might be.

It’s hard being so small in such a big family. Big people can do a little more, play a little harder, push themselves a little longer. A tiny person has to expend twice as much energy just to keep up on a walk. So it’s no wonder that after our month of fun on the road, our smallest member was a little bit tired. But because she’s four, there’s no way she would actually rest. Rests are for babies.  Continue reading

13 gluten free blogs for gluten free bloggers to read over the holidays - a list from Jodi at knowlguten.me

13 Gluten Free Blogs for Gluten Free Beginners to Read Over the Holidays

If you’re a gluten free beginner, you might be new to the wonderful world of gluten free bloggers. These are just some of my favorite. They vary from funny observations on gluten free life to serious advice from experts with a ton of recipes in the mix! These aren’t in any particular order. I visit all of these blogs regularly and really enjoy all of them. I hope you do too! Continue reading
Gluten Free No Bake Peanut Butter Chocolate Marshmallow Bars from knowgluten.me

Gluten Free No-Bake Chocolate Marshmallow Bars

It’s Christmas!! And with Christmas comes all of those amazing desserts and squares that Grandma used to make. This was on the table at family events, served at wedding and funeral receptions and a staple at coffee hour after church. We can still find this in truck stops and coffee shops when we travel “home” on holidays.  Continue reading