Easy Homemade Gluten Free Alphabet Soup from knowgluten.me - Homemade soup may take a little time on the stove, but it's super simple to make! Directions here!

Homemade Gluten Free Alphabet Soup

Warm and rich, this is the perfect soup for that little one with a cold. I add pre-cooked gluten free alphabet noodles to make it special.  Continue reading
Gluten Free Pumpkin Mousse Shortcake from knowgluten.me

Gluten Free Pumpkin Mousse

All the kids are back at school, Labor day is over, September has begun. It’s still 90F here, but I’m calling fall. And with fall comes FOOTBALL!! Oh, wait, that has absolutely nothing to do with this blog. I mean, with fall comes PUMPKIN!!! Continue reading
Gluten Free After School Snacks Guest Post Knowgluten.me

Gluten Free/Peanut Free After School Snacks

Today I’m guest posting at Julie’s blog Natural and Free sharing the after school snacks we serve to fuel our kids and their friends! If you’re looking for some really easy and gluten free ideas for when your little (or not so little!) ones are hungry, Continue reading

4 quick gluten free banana breakfast ideas from knowgluten.me with hipster photos

4 Quick Gluten Free Banana Breakfast Ideas

Even with the increasing variety of gluten free cereals, gluten free breakfast choices can be somewhat limited. We’ve gotten pretty creative at our house and bananas have become one of my family’s favorite breakfast options. They’re fast, easy, fat free, gluten free, paleo friendly, dairy free, vegan and tasty! Continue reading
Gluten Free Instant Cheese Sauce Powder for Mac and Cheese

Gluten Free Instant Cheese Sauce Powder for Macaroni and Cheese or Kraft Dinner

Happy Canada Day!!

Fun Fact: Canadians eat more Kraft Macaroni and Cheese per capita than any other nation. We may have other dishes that we associate with our nation (poutine, beavertails) but KD defines us in a special way. Continue reading
strawberries and strawberry cream

Gluten Free Strawberries and Strawberry Cream with Bonus Homemade Strawberry Sauce Recipe

Strawberry season here in Louisiana is in April. Perfect for us this year. We bought a whole box of roadside stand strawberries for the girls sweet 16 party and dipped every single one in chocolate. Then we served just under half. (Because, you know, quality assurance testing and such). But strawberry season “back home” where I grew up in Canada starts in June. And it’s June, and I’m in the mood for strawberries. Continue reading
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Gluten Free, Dairy Free Pumpkin Smoothie

Three year olds seem to have a sixth sense. When you’ve had little sleep and have a lot to do, they absolutely need your undivided attention all day. Welcome to my morning. So far I’ve played princesses and blocks, starred in a play with lots of sword fighting and a bear in which everyone dies at the end, and made three year old’s breakfast. Laundry, dishes, and my breakfast lunch are on the back burner for now. (I’m sneaking in this quick post while we peruse the PBS kids website). Luckily I’ve got half a can of pumpkin in the fridge from the grain free pumpkin muffins I made yesterday and that means Pumpkin Smoothies!! I love smoothies, they’re quick to make, healthy and let me “eat” breakfast on the move. They’re an absolute must for me because I often don’t have time to prepare a gluten free meal for myself.  Continue reading