Tender chunks of meat, spices and flavorful vegetables braised together make a fragrant Mexican version of beef stew called Carne Guisada.
The flavors of Carne Guisada are ideal for a simple family dinner. My husband likes it on the mild side, and I kick it up with extra Pico de Gallo or Salsa on mine.
I love Brownies!
Especially, Fudge Brownies with Almonds… They are good for serving at a party, packing in a lunchbox or eating for a gluten-free after-school snack…or just any time a rich chocolate treat is in order.
They are dense and moist with chunks of almonds that add just the right amount of crunch.
It’s really hard to keep making lunches and snacks that are interesting even under the best of circumstances.
Plus, the vending machines at work or school have a siren song that almost always sounds better than a lunchbox’s boring old tune.
When the need to be gluten-free is added, lunches can seem even more challenging.
I like an easy chicken dinner that cooks the vegetables right in the skillet with the chicken.
Since the chicken in this recipe is boneless it cooks very quickly, and the flavors of chicken, aromatic garlic and onion, carrots and spinach mingle in the pan to make a flavorful sauce that even my husband likes.
This gluten-free Cheeseburger Casserole is very easy to make and it’s big on taste, too! And, my family thinks it’s terrific!
The ingredients used in this recipe are staples in my kitchen, so I can almost always make this in a pinch.
The simple seasonings can be whatever I like on my cheeseburger…
Yesterday, I wanted a muffin instead of my usual omelet or cereal for breakfast.
Of course it needed to be gluten-free and also have a dense, rich texture with crunchy nuts and chewy dried fruit in it.
Since I had a package of Pamela’s Baking and Pancake Mix in my pantry, I decided I’d use that. Now, I’d never used this before so I was really interested in how the muffins I planned to make would turn out.
This eye-appealing omelet is topped with bacon and filled with an avocado and black bean combination that’s full of different textures and flavors. It’s easy enough to cook for breakfast, but it would be ideal also for a lunch or even dinner. Most of the time when I cook an omelet for my family, they ask for cheese in it, but no one missed it in this one.
Not only is this nutrient- and protein-packed dish gluten-free, it’s also dairy-free.
The avocado and black bean filling is more like a salad around which the omelet is wrapped. It isn’t the kind of filling that cooks in the omelet. Neither is the bacon cooked in the omelet. I added it as a topper. However, if you want, you can add optional ingredients such as cheese or diced ham while cooking the eggs, although I didn’t add either of these this time.
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