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Gluten Free Breadcrumb Baked Chicken

This recipe got a great big thumbs up from my whole family. The original recipe, which I got from a family friend, called for a sleeve of crushed supreme club crackers. Instead of the crackers, I just used gluten free Panko Bread Crumbs and adjusted the seasonings. I used chicken tenders, but you could also […]

Gluten Free Blackberry Cobbler

There are many different ways to make the crust for a blackberry cobbler, but I went with a traditional biscuit topping. Instead of forming whole biscuits, though, I dropped little pieces of the batter all across the top-kinda like a cobblestone road…. hence, cobbler 🙂 The filling is just a little but runny, but as […]

Gluten Free Brisket

I’ve been making this brisket recipe for years now and it’s a no-fail, super tender and tasty recipe. It’s perfect for a crowd or as leftovers, if you have any. Before we went gluten free I always added 1/2 of a beer to my recipe, but we don’t keep gluten free beers on hand and […]

Chicken Pazoli

When I first told my husband we were having Chicken Pazoli for dinner and he figured out it was soup, I have to say he was disappointed. “Soup won’t fill me up for dinner,” he said. Even my kids didn’t want soup. But I have to say that after we started eating everyone was very happy. […]

Orange Marmalade Pork Tenderloin

If you’ve never cooked a pork tenderloin, the sear-then-roast method works very well and lends itself to a number of different sauces and recipes. The pioneer woman has a great cranberry pork tenderloin that I make often. My orange marmalade tenderloin is flavorful, tender, and delicious. My husband and I dip it in the extra […]

The Best Chocolate Cupcakes Ever!

Update– See my revised chocolate cupcake recipe that is sweetened with honey! I saw a chocolate cupcake recipe at the joy of baking and thought cupcakes would be something fun for me and my kids to do together while we’re still stuck at home because we’re all a little bit sick. Ava loves to help […]

Gluten Free Bisquick Review

Well, I have to give the gluten free Bisquick an A-. The only thing that really disappointed me about it was that it only had 2 C of mix in it or 1 lb. If you want to make biscuits, for example, the recipe calls for 2 cups-the whole box. The waffle recipe calls for […]

Gluten Free Dinner Rolls

The poor little roll in the middle! The ones on the outside are X-large and the one in the middle is X-small! Oh well, next time I’ll know to make all of them golf-ball sized, not 7 golf balls on steroids and one dwarf golf ball. Anyways… this is a recipe that was adapted from […]

GFCF Beef and Bean Burritos

This is another recipe adapted from thepioneerwoman.com-if you haven’t figured it out already, I absolutely lover her recipes. She has several gfcf friendly dinners that I frequently make. One of which is her cranberry pork loin if you want to check it out. I love this recipe because I can make it -start to finish- […]

Quick and Easy Tilapia

This is a recipe I’ve been making for several years now. It’s a perfect weeknight dinner because it’s so quick, healthy, and most of all – DELICIOUS! Quick and Easy Tilapia   Print Ingredients 6 pieces individually wrapped tilapia 2 Tbsp. Earth Balance (vegan) butter lemon pepper salt pepper 2 tsp. lemon juice parsley Instructions […]

Gluten Free Chicken Strips With Honey Mustard Dip

So, I don’t usually like to eat or feed my family fried foods but you gotta have chicken strips every now and then right? Especially the kids. You’re not a kid unless you eat chicken strips. Besides, it’s not like we can go to the drive thru or a restaurant and order the kids chicken […]

Waffles-Yum!

When we have a big breakfast, these waffles are always on the menu! They are really easy to make, have a thick, bread-like center and a crisp outside that makes perfect pockets for your butter and syrup. In all my experimentation, almond flour makes the best waffles hands down! No aftertaste, not gritty, they don’t […]

Wonderful Gluten Free Sandwich Bread

I made this sandwich bread every week for may family almost a year if you can believe it! But over the summer we moved then Lance started school and I just haven’t had time to bake bread every week. Then my grandma saw Udi’s bread online and recommended I try it-so I did and I […]

Paleo Ranch Dressing or Dip {Whole30}

*Looking for an egg free ranch dressing? I have you covered! CLICK HERE for egg free Paleo and Whole30 approved ranch 🙂 We LOVE this recipe! I always have this ranch in my fridge and my family swears it’s better than the bottled stuff I used to buy! It can also easily be converted to […]

Gluten Free Meatballs

These meatballs aren’t in the same category as other Italian meatballs. They are more a southern recipe that can stand on their own as a main dish with sides. However, they are still good over spaghetti tossed with a drizzle of olive oil. My idea for these meatballs came from the book “The Pioneer Woman […]

Love, Cassidy