Zucchini Bread Sandwiches for a Gluten-Free Snack

Zucchini Bread and a Few Little Sandwiches for a Gluten-Free Snack

I baked this gluten-free zucchini bread with some of the squash that is so plentiful in local gardens right now. The moist and flavorful quick bread has a good texture and just enough sweetness to make a great gluten-free snack.

It tasted good alone. It also tasted good with apple butter, and also with cream cheese…also with strawberry jam, elderberry jelly, peanut butter and regular butter. The sandwiches were easy to make and kid-friendly!

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Gluten-Free Cannellini Hummus

Gluten-Free Hummus from Cannellini Beans

Basic, gluten-free hummus bears out the old saying that the simplest things are best…a fresh vegetable, a hot bread, a crisp chip…or a basic gluten-free hummus to dip them in. Here is a quick-and-easy-to make hummus made with cannellini beans. Their mild nut-like flavor doesn’t overpower but blends smoothly with the garlic and other seasonings.

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Gluten-Free Split Pea Soup with Carrots, Celery and Onion - Even Ham, Too - in the Crockpot

Crockpot Gluten-Free Split Pea Soup with Carrots, Celery, Onion and Ham

I really love split pea soup in my gluten-free diet … It’s high-fiber, has no refined sugar and is highly nutritious. And, my husband likes it even more than I do. He thinks that it tastes great and frequently comes back for seconds.

Actually, this is one of my all-time favorite gluten-free soup recipes. It takes only a minute or two to remove the foreign matter from the bag of split peas. It cooks almost on auto pilot.

It makes 6 to 8 servings with a very small time investment.

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Gluten-Free Multibean-Tomato Soup with Chard and Onion

Gluten-Free Chard – Steamed, Sauteed or Stewed with Soup

We rediscovered chard this summer. We had eaten it before, once every year or two, but I didn’t remember it tasted as good as it has this summer. We’re making up for lost time. I’ve served it every couple of weeks lately.

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