Nothing brings me greater joy than discovering new gluten free products. In fact, last week when I randomly found gluten free corn tortilla bowls at my local grocery store 5 things happened:
1) I took a picture for posterity.
2) I did a little happy dance.
3) Call it divine intervention but this gluten free Mexican recipe for vegetarian taco bowls materialized in my head.
4) I ate gluten free taco bowls for dinner.
5) Now all I want to do is taco-bout this delicious gluten free vegetarian taco bowl recipe!
In the summertime you will always find a jug of sun tea brewing in the hot summer sun on my porch. I love love love a tall icy glass of minty fresh unsweetened summertime sun tea (try saying that 5 times fast) on a lazy afternoon or while relaxing after spending the day down the shore or out on the lake.
You guys, it might sound crazy, but I think we all might owe the sweet potato a big apology.
I love Tequila and I love Mexican food so naturally Cinco de Mayo is as big a deal as Christmas at my house and the next day is all about recovery. Luckily these nachos are a gluten free breakfast of champions guaranteed to cure any lingering Cinco de Mayo illness.
When it comes to food cravings, I’ve always preferred salty over sweet, which is probably why I love this olive tapenade so much! What initially attracted me to this recipe was it’s simplicity but also all the ingredients are inherently gluten free, paleo, vegan, and vegetarian.
On top of spaghetti all covered with cheese, I lost my poor meatball when somebody…Wait, who am I kidding, I would never lose a meatball, I would inhale those things pronto!
While I’m over the moon about being pregnant I can’t say I haven’t longed for a glass of wine, Titos Vodka and club or a spicy margarita at some point. Pregnancy is essentially a self-imposed 9 months of prohibition.
Who doesn’t love an old fashion oatmeal cookie, especially during the holidays!? This gluten free oatmeal cookie recipe is one of our favorites and it is super easy with a little help from the godsend that is Cup4Cup gluten free all purpose flour. Seriously, it makes gluten free baking no sweat and everything comes out perfect every time. Cup4Cup is the only regular wheat flour “cup for cup” replacement we use for baking and cooking!
Instructions for gluten free chocolate chip oatmeal cookies:
Our recipe for cranberry infused simple syrup is an easy and unexpected use of a holiday season staple. Here is what you need to add a touch of sweetness to your alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks this holiday season.