A summer staple around many campfires and grills, a gooey, rich chocolate somemore for dessert is also easy in the kitchen. Find some gluten-free graham crackers, some marshmallows and your favorite chocolate — I like semisweet, but milk chocolate or whatever else you might prefer will work, too.
Burgers belong with summer, and one of my favorite ways to have them is with sauteed vegetables on top.
Sandwich Petals, the gluten-free 10-grain oval flatbread that comes in three flavors — Agave Grain, Spinach Garlic Pesto and Chimayo Red Chile — look like they’d make beautiful wraps for lunch. When I found some last week, I knew what we’d be having for lunch the next day.
Bread and butter. Toast. Sandwiches. Some of my old favorites just came back to life! I’m now enjoying them once again.
King Arthur Flour, one of the ingredients of choice for baking from my pre-celiac days, has now proven their exceptional quality once again. This time they’ve come up with a gluten-free bread mix that actually tastes good.
One of my husband’s and my favorites is this healthy, flavorful version of minestrone.
Soups can be challenging to find gluten-free, but so easy to make yourself! Here’s one that’s colorful, nutritious and not hard at all to make.
A rich and flavorful complement to the flavors of turkey, gravy, yams and cranberry sauce, this dressing is also excellent with ham or roast beef.
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