Category Archives: Gluten Free

Our Favorite Gluten Free Christmas Cookies

Looking for some good gluten free Christmas cookie recipes? Here a few of our favorites!

Gluten-Free Gingerbread Men Cookies

What is a plate of Christmas cookies without gingerbread men? This recipe for gluten free gingerbread men is a must-do!

Chocolate Chip Cookies

Chocolate chip cookies are a staple all year long. This recipe for chewy gluten free chocolate chip cookies is delicious and easy.

Gluten-Free Shortbread

Shortbread is synonymous with the holidays. This recipe for gluten free whipped shortbread cookies are so buttery they will practically melt in your mouth.

Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies

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Gluten Free Substitutions

Get creative and take the guess work out of making your favorite recipes in a gluten free variation with this handy little cheat sheet.
  • Wheat Flour: If your recipe calls for flour, replace it with gluten free flour. There are a number of gluten free flours available at grocery stores and online or make your own flour mix – here are some easy instructions
  • Breadings and coatings: If your recipe calls for bread crumbs, breading, flour coating, etc, use a gluten free mix. Try gluten free panko crumbs, almond meal, seasoned cornmeal, crushed potato chips, rice flour or bread...
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6 Great Gluten Free Breakfasts You Have to Try

From banana bread to frittatas, there are so many delicious gluten free breakfast options available. Even if you are not on a gluten free diet, you will love these!
  1. Gluten free buckwheat waffles – Waffles are a great breakfast option. Now, those who are on a gluten free diet can enjoy them too! These are so fluffy and delicious! See the recipe here.
  2. Fruit parfait – Serve it as breakfast of dessert. A fruit parfait is so simple and quick you can serve them anytime. We love that you can substitute any fruits you want and this recipe...
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5 Great Gluten Free Sites

Following a gluten free diet can be challenging – especially when you are just learning how it all works. There are many sites that offer advice and help, whether you are looking for recipes, or want to engage with others who are on the same journey you are on. It’s hard to choose just 5, but these are great sources of information and encouragement.
  1. Gluten Free Goddess – This blogger, Karina, suffers from Celiac disease and has been through it all! Karin shares her family’s recipes , as well as some tips and tricks for going gluten free.
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