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Egg Free Ranch Dressing or Dip {Whole30, Paleo, Dairy & Soy Free}

After about 1 1/2 weeks into my Whole30 I wasn’t feeling much better so I started reading the book again and saw that if you have any kind of auto-immune issues it might be helpful to cut out eggs. So I took the plunge and decided to cut out eggs for the remainder of my […]

Ricotta Cheese {Dairy, Soy, & Nut Free}

Dairy free ricotta on left, cows milk ricotta on right   *Next time I make this I’ll post a better picture, this one is very sad 🙁 This recipe was actually way down on the list and several weeks away from getting posted, but we loved it so much I just had to jump the […]

Chicken Ranch Tacos

My family gobbled these tacos down as if none of us had ever eaten before. We ate every last piece of chicken… next time I will make 4 chicken breasts instead of 3! Granted, we had all been working and playing outside and were eating a little bit late, but I like to think we […]

Traditional Deviled Eggs

My husbands grandma makes the best deviled eggs in the world, so that’s who I naturally called when I was looking for a deviled egg recipe. She didn’t have an exact recipe because everything was to taste. She said to just add a little bit of this and a little bit of that. I had to […]

Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins

This is my now my third entry for the Betty Crocker’s Bakers Challenge: Gluten Free Recipe Contest. I can whip up a batch of these lemon poppy seed muffins in no time, then our family eats on them for breakfast and as a snack for the next couple of days. Their light and fluffy texture, […]

Gluten Free Funnel Cake

Have you been craving a good old-fashioned funnel cake like the ones at your local county fair but refrained because you’re on a gluten free diet? Well refrain no more! This old-fashioned funnel cake is light and fluffy on the inside and crispy on the outside then smothered in powdered sugar. Is there anything better […]

Dairy Free Key Lime Pie

  Coming up with a dairy free key lime pie recipe was much harder than I thought. After all, the only thing that needed to be changed was the sweetened condensed milk. But no matter what I did, I couldn’t get the recipe to work. That’s when I had a idea–lemon bars! Lemon bars??? How […]

Chocolate Sheet Cake {Gluten Free, Dairy Free}

*Update- See my revised chocolate cake recipe that is sweetened with honey and bakes beautifully as a sheet cake! Sheet cake is one of my all-time favorites! I remember my grandmother and my mom making sheet cakes on special occasions and family get-togethers while growing up. In fact, about 8 1/2 years ago when I got married […]

Easy Chicken Chili

This recipe was inspired by my friend Phylicitee. Her and her family had us over for dinner last week and this was what she made – Chicken Chili. It was so perfect I just knew I wanted to make it. She said that she put all of her ingredients in a crock pot, laid the […]

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 […]

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- […]