Gluten free roast chicken with apple and sweet onion stuffing from knowgluten.me

Gluten Free Roast Chicken with Apple and Sweet Onion Stuffing

The best part about a roast chicken?
In my gluten eating days it was the stuffing.
I especially liked the way it flavored the chicken with it’s salty, savory goodness.
A roast chicken without stuffing seems a little bland, doesn’t it?

Today I’m going to show you a way that you can add a beautiful stuffing flavor to your chicken that’s so fast and easy that roast chicken will move off your special occasion menu and on to Thursday’s dinner plate.  Continue reading

Chicken and Vegetable Stir fry (or salad) With Cilantro Cheese Salsa

Chicken and Vegetable Stir fry (or Salad) with Cilantro Cheese Salsa

Thinking back to those first days of going gluten free, long before gluten free bread was readily available in grocery stores, I tried to replicate my gluten filled lunch by spreading peanut butter and jam on plain rice cakes. I usually ended up throwing them out and eating nachos.

I’m not sure when I figured out that if I made a little extra, I could have leftovers for lunch, but I’m so glad I did. Continue reading

grilled chicken and vegetables - gluten free, grain free, from know gluten.me

Grilled Chicken and Vegetables – Gluten Free, Grain Free

Grilled chicken and vegetables is one of our favorite dinners. It’s fast and easy to prepare, you can stand outside in the sunshine when you cook it, there’s no huge mess in the kitchen to clean up, and it tastes great! I make extra so we can enjoy the leftovers for lunch in a Chicken and vegetable stir fry with cilantro cheese salsa. Our family eats about 1/2 a chicken breast at dinner each. If you have bigger or smaller appetites, feel free to adjust the amounts in this recipe to fit your family or add another side like baked potatoes or a salad. Continue reading

Gluten free baked chicken in the crock-pot

Super Easy Baked Chicken Breast in the Crock-Pot

Did you know you could cook chicken in a slow-cooker without water, broth or canned soup? You can, and it’s amazing! The secret is in thinking of your slow-cooker as a counter-top oven. You can cook the same things you would in an oven, many of them the same way as you do in the oven, it just takes more time. Continue reading