Super Fast Gluten-Free Pasta Dinners

This post is about super-fast dinners that I like to eat, and as a bonus, that are so easy to make that I don’t even measure each ingredient!  So I could also have called this post the “no-measure meals” post.  Sometimes, you don’t want to bother with a recipe in the evenings.  You need something…

Easy Slow Cooker Chicken and Rice Bowls

I love the burrito bowls at Chipotle – they are pretty allergy-friendly there, and the food is tasty too.  However, I can make pretty much the same thing at home, plus make it a little healthier.  Mostly because I don’t have access to all that fresh guacamole!  Still, when you want something warm and filling…

Easy Gluten-Free – Cauliflower Crust Pizza

I love the riced cauliflower trend.  Replacing carb-heavy ingredients for lighter cauliflower makes me happier and healthier.  My kids aren’t big fans, unfortunately, but it does work for my husband and I when we’re looking for a lighter meal.  Of course, you cannot expect cauliflower to taste like rice or pizza crust, but if you…

Slow Cooker Deliciousness – Chicken Thighs

When you know you have too much going on in the evening, the slow cooker is your friend.  I’ve been having good luck lately with bone-in, skin-on chicken thighs, so I went that route for my most recent slow cooker meals.  The bone-in chicken thighs seem to hold up better in the slow cooker than…

The best chicken and rice EVER

When I want to cook a meal that the whole family will eat, this chicken and rice dish is what I make.  It has some of my favorite things in it, despite its simplicity.  Fresh herbs, citrus, and that perfectly cooked bite of chewy rice.  The recipe comes from an old New York Times column…

Cook once, eat twice

This two-meal recipe is an all-time favorite of mine.  It originally began as a recipe I saw in 2015 from a gluten-free magazine named Gluten-Free & More.  I’ve changed it up through the years, but it is still one of my all-time favorites.  The marinade for this pork tenderloin really makes the meal.  I have…

Gluten-Free Breakfast Ideas

Some of the best naturally gluten-free foods out there are cheese, eggs, and corn.  When it comes to eggs, I love a good frittata.  The best part is you can have it for breakfast or Sunday brunch or make it into a speedy dinner.  It also can look fancy, depending on the ingredients you use. …

Fresh Summer Sauces for the Grill

The best part of summer cooking is using fresh ingredients and, of course, the grill.  We love sitting on our deck and eating dinner when it’s shady and there is a nice breeze.  My favorite part of the grill is that you can cook proteins and vegetables on there, and make everything gluten-free and allergy…

Veggies – Naturally Gluten-Free

I love vegetables.  I love fresh herbs seasoning my vegetables.  I love that vegetables are naturally gluten-free without me having to think about it.  I love that there are so many kinds to choose from.  My biggest love, my most favorite dish in the world, is roasted vegetables.  BUT, and this is a huge BUT,…

What’s for Dinner – Using Fresh Herbs

Like a lot of children, my kids are not big fans of casseroles or any “mixed-up” food.  So, I make a lot of dinners that consist of a protein, a veggie on the side, and some kind of carb on the side.  Coming up with different proteins that are not boring or same old-same old…