gluten free pecan breakfast cookies with coconut flour-recipe from knowgluten.me

Gluten Free Pecan Breakfast Cookies with Coconut Flour

Gluten free pecan breakfast cookies made with coconut flour are a healthy way to celebrate National Pecan Month!! Continue reading

Gluten Free Easy Chicken Rice Bake from knowgluten.me . Perfect for busy families!!

Gluten Free Chicken Rice Bake

Things have been a little busy here lately! They’re starting to slow down, but I’m finding that my time in the kitchen has been seriously reduced. As much as I love baking and cooking all day, I’ve really needed to put it on the back burner (ha!). So I’m on the hunt for quick (super quick) and easy meals. Continue reading
Gluten free chicken parmesean from knowgluten.me

Gluten Free Chicken Parmesan

My favorite Pre-Gluten-Free food was Italian. Nothing fancy. Just loads of pasta and anything covered in tomato sauce and cheese. I loved it so much that one year my sister took me out for an all-you-can-eat pasta dinner for my birthday. (I was also, unbeknownst to me, 4 weeks pregnant with twins, and got so sick I couldn’t actually eat anything, but it was still one of the nicest birthday gifts. ) Continue reading
Gluten Free Ginger Garlic Coriandar Marinade from knowgluten.me

Gluten Free Ginger Garlic Coriander Marinade for Chicken or Tofu

Chicken is naturally gluten free, and easy to make, but it can get boring. I love spicing things up with flavorful gluten free marinades like this one made with lots of ginger, garlic and coriander. You can use this marinade for baked tofu too!  Continue reading
Gluten Free Fish Taco Salad from Knowgluten.me

Gluten Free Fish Taco Salad

I am absolutely addicted to fish tacos. Absolutely. I could eat them at every meal, every day. The only thing that really holds me back is my clothing budget. With the sour cream, mayo and corn tortillas, fish tacos is not the most figure friendly entree. I’m not sure what I like most about them. The soft texture, the creamy sauce with the mixture of cilantro and lime, the fact that you can eat 35 without any effort at all.  I could eat them every day. (I know, I said that already.) Continue reading
Gluten Free Baked Apples from knowgluten.me

Gluten Free Baked Apples

Could baked apples be the ultimate gluten free comfort food? I love the sweet, warm, tender-crisp texture of this simple dish. Continue reading
Ridiculously Easy Gluten Free Cake Mix Cookies From Knowgluten.me

Ridiculously Easy Gluten Free Cake Mix Cookies

This weekend I’ll be speaking at the first every Google Plus Virtual Food Blogger’s Conference. I’m very excited to be sharing how to develop gluten free recipes. One of the ways I develop gluten free recipes is to simply swap out a gluten food for a gluten free food. This is so much easier now than when I first went gluten free because now we have things like really good gluten free pasta and half decent gluten free bread. And CAKE MIX!! Continue reading

Easy Cheesy Gluten Free Eggs Benedict from knowgluten.me - a fast, easy alternative when you're craving Eggs Benedict

Easy Cheesy Gluten Free Eggs Benedict

Friday was another one of those crazy days. Holiday party the night before, woke up with the 3 year old (never good, no mom-coffee-alone time), ate sugar and grains and iodized salt the night before, and was way, way too irritable to be around all the people I’m required to be around (or rather, on days like this, are required to be around me). Continue reading
Helen's Amazing Gluten Free Layer Dip from knowgluten.me

Helen’s Amazing Gluten Free Layer Dip

This weekend we went to the most amazing 4th of July party ever. Friends had us over for dinner, and after we ate, we set off fireworks! All of us! Continue reading
Gluten Free Cheese Grits from Knowgluten.me

Gluten Free Cheese Grits

So, I might have mentioned, there are a few different eating needs and tastes in our home. Out of the 6 of us, we have three gluten free, one coconut allergic, one almond allergic, one vegetarian for health reasons, one with an intolerance to most raw vegetables, one legume allergic, almost forgot the citrus allergy, and a ten year old that wants to eat “normal food” and a three year old that wants to live on marshmallows and cornflakes. (I personally will usually avoid grains, but will make them for the rest of the family and eat them when they’re cheese grits. Two of us are actually lactose intolerant, but mildly enough that Lactaid pills work well.) Making sure everyone gets something to eat isn’t the problem. It’s making sure everyone eats real food every day, because everyone will eat microwave s’mores or cookies or Glutino chocolate pretzels or grab themselves some chips and salsa. Continue reading