Smoothies are among my favorite treats!
Even my husband, Al, loves this Gluten-Free Banana Strawberry Smoothie… almost beyond reason. If I forget and set mine down and walk away…leaving it momentarily unguarded… Well, I guess you can imagine what happens then …
… He’d probably say something quite male like: “If you snooze, you lose” or “You got what you deserved”… The bottom line? I don’t usually do that… EVER! But, that’s enough about Al.
Not only is the flavor of this smoothie like a dessert but… It’s good for me, too… For breakfast, lunch, dinner or snacks. It’s full of powerhouse nutrients, vitamins and minerals!
There are many different ways to make smoothies, but this is a good way to start if you’ve never done it before…
… Or, if you love smoothies, I want you to know that this is my favorite smoothie recipe of all time!!!
Categories: Casein-free, Dairy-free, Desserts, Cakes & Pies, Egg-free, Frugal, Gluten-Free, Gluten-Free Health & Nutrition, Lactose-Free, Nut-free, Recipes, Soy-free, Vegan, Vegetarian Tags: banana smoothie, banana strawberry smoothie, gluten-free dessert, gluten-free recipe, gluten-free recipes, strawberry smoothie
Here is a delicious meal that has more than meets the eye. Each forkful of this gluten-free casserole is rich, flavorful and saucy, and more than that, it’s also full of veggies and healthy stuff, too.
Vegetables are wonderful… I love them. But some of my family members are hard to convince that they’re worth eating… especially eggplant!
However, that is not a problem with this moussaka. It looks good, it tastes good and everyone at my dinner table has always liked it, even though it’s full of meat plus eggplant, onion, potatoes, mushrooms and tomatoes.
Just for the record, I have found…
Steamed or braised collard greens with garlic and a sprinkle of fresh lemon are naturally gluten-free. A relative of the cabbage and broccoli family, they are low carb and rich in fiber and many valuable nutrients, such as vitamins A, C and K, plus several of the B vitamins. They also have a variety of minerals, such as potassium, phosphorus and calcium, to name a few.
These collards can be served as a side for pork loin chops or chicken pieces for a paleo dinner, with a baked sweet potato as another side. I like to accompany them sometimes with Cajun rice or blackeyed peas to complement their texture and flavor for a vegetarian dinner. In the photo above they are shown with Shredded Barbecue Chicken.
Categories: American, Casein-free, Dairy-free, Egg-free, Frugal, GI - Low Glycemic, Gluten-Free, Lactose-Free, Low-Carb, Meatless, Nut-free, Refined Sugar-free, Soy-free, Top 8 Allergen-Free, Vegetable Dish, Vegetarian, Wheat-free, Whole Foods Tags: collard greens, gluten-free collard greens, gluten-free collards, gluten-free recipe, gluten-free recipes, top 8 free, vegetable dish, vegetarian