Healthy Lunchbox–Garlic Tomato Basil & Pesto Bruchetta (Vegan, Gluten Free, Dairy Free)

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When preparing school lunches for children with allergies or food sensitivities, most moms (myself included) stay focused on keeping the food we send with our children as “normal” looking as possible. There are times though, where sending our kids with something ‘outside of the box’ is just what they need. I shared my recipe for […]

Healthy Lunchbox Guest Post- Shirley Braden @ GFE–Gluten Free Easily

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When I messaged my favorite bloggers and asked if they would be interested in joining me in a month-long series featuring healthy lunch box ideas, I was overwhelmed with gratitude at the positive response I received. Sweet Shirley-GFE responded with a simple, “How did you know I would say yes?”    My heart fluttered.   […]

Healthy Lunchbox Guest Post– Heather @ Gluten Free Cat

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This special Friday edition of my ‘Healthy Lunchbox’ series comes from a fellow educator, gluten-free blogger, foodie and friend.  Heather from Gluten Free Cat offers her teacher perspective, revealing what is in the typical school-lunch and shares her frustration with how this impacts her students (and thereby, her class).  Please enjoy this simply beautiful post […]

Healthy Lunchbox Guest Post– Gluten Free Gigi

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Today’s Healthy  Lunchbox post comes from the highly energetic, absolutely adorable and simply  wonderful Gluten-Free Gigi.    Because Gigi is  nut-free, our styles vary a bit (as almond flour and nut cheeses are staples in  my home).  That being said, her gluten  free, soy free, dairy free and nut free lifestyle has inspired many great […]

Adopt A Gluten-Free Blogger, Elana Amsterdam @ Elana’s Pantry

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It could be said that every day is Adopt a Gluten-Free Blogger in my home. As a relatively recently diagnosed celiac (almost 2 years), there are reflections and inspirations derived from various bloggers in most everything I make. I still consider myself relatively new to the gluten-free world and have no doubt that I am […]

Cucumber, Mint and Watermelon Salad

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I love cucumbers,which is good since (as mentioned before) , my garden is overflowing with them this year.  When Food Network presented cucumbers as the next ingredient for their Summer Fest, I was elated to have another opportunity to share one of my family’s favorite ways to eat this delectable vegetable with you.  This Cucumber, […]

Organic Bread and Butter Pickles (Grain-Free, Refined Sugar-Free, Vegan), Ingredient Challenge Monday

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Summertime is a time filled with happy memories of childhood.  Family reunions out on the lake.  Working with grandpa in the garden. It was in the making of these memories that I learned to love home-grown fruits and vegetables. To favor small batch canning; and to know that with a little time and a lot […]

Italian Seasoned Almond Ricotta Cheeze (Vegan)

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Several months ago, I posted a very flavorful recipe for Seasoned Almond Ricotta Cheeze which was inspired by Heidi from Adventures of a Gluten-Free Mom and Carrie from Ginger Lemon Girl.  This cheeze is still a favorite in my household, although I have taken time to tweak and refine this recipe to match a number […]

Blueberry Sorbet (Sugar-Free, Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Vegan)

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Blueberries.  These beautiful tiny treats surely pack a punch!  In one cup of raw blueberries, you will find a mere 84 calories, 4g of dietary fiber, and a great source of vitamin c, vitamin k and manganese. Blueberries are fabulous in everything from muffins to oatmeal.  Heck, blueberries are pretty darn good fresh from the […]

Bakesale for Natural Disaster Victims

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This past Friday, I shared with you my personal reasons for wanting to offer this challenge to you.  Updated information identifies the drought mentioned in my Friday post as not only the worst drought since the dust bowl, we are now in the driest seven consecutive months since we began recording rainfall back in 1895.  […]

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