Blue Cheeze Mashed Potatoes, Gluten-Free Dairy-Free

Blue Cheeze Mashed Potatoes, Gluten-Free Dairy-Free

Yes, when you read the title “blue cheeze mashed potatoes, gluten free, dairy free” it sounds like an oxymoron. I promise the only thing I am trying to trick with this recipe, is your taste buds. Have you ever made mashed potatoes so delicious you end up eating them right out of the pot? If […]

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Gluten-Free Parsnips Pasta with Sun Dried Tomato Pesto

Gluten-Free Parsnips Pasta with Sun Dried Tomato Pesto

I think you will love the twist in this new gluten free recipe. When I say parsnips what do you think of? I bet you never really think “parsnips and pasta” in one sentence. Well, this gluten-free parsnips pasta with sun dried tomato pesto recipe is going to really give you one heck of a […]

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Gluten Free Steak with Sage Browned Ghee

Gluten Free Steak with Sage Browned Ghee

I can’t think of a better way to usher in the spring season than with a good gluten-free barbecued or lightly fried steak, can you? I have some interesting gluten-free steak recipes on my website. I’m in love with grass-fed beef, and my celiac heart sings to the tune of savory, “soft-like-butter” sirloin steak! Since […]

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Gluten-Free Coffee Marinated Steaks

Gluten-Free Coffee Marinated Steaks

It’s nearly March and that means spring is around the corner. With spring approaching, that means grilling season is almost here! There isn’t much that can beat the taste (and scent!) of a juicy, gluten-free, grass-fed steak cooking away! There’s really no need to wait for warm weather—marinating and cooking steak can be equally enjoyed […]

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Celiac and Bone Broth Benefits

Celiac and Bone Broth Benefits

If you have celiac disease (or gluten intolerance) like I do, then you can understand the challenges that go along with following a gluten free diet “done right.” I am continuously learning and honing my skills in the kitchen to recreate my old favorite recipes. I also strive to use the most nutrient-dense and “gut-friendly” […]

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Ribeye Benedict with Cloud Eggs and Red Wine Hollandaise

Ribeye Benedict with Cloud Eggs and Red Wine Hollandaise

This amazing recipe termed “Eggs Benedict Gone Gluten Free with Grass Fed Ribeye”, is one amazing gluten free beef dish. This is a breakfast classic on its head by topping PRE Brands delectable 100% grass fed Ribeye with cloud eggs and a killer red wine hollandaise sauce. I know you will love this gluten free […]

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Benefits of Tea Tree Oil

Benefits of Tea Tree Oil

I’m always looking for natural remedies, and tea tree oil is one of my favorites because it can be used for so many things. So what exactly is tea tree oil? Also known as melaleuca, it’s an essential oil that has been documented to kill bacteria, viruses, and fungi. It’s cropping up more and more […]

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Homemade Goat Milk Toddler Formula

Homemade Goat Milk Toddler Formula

  There is so much about breastfeeding, formula, when to introduce solids, when to introduce grains, gluten etc etc. When I come across something that helps me I like sharing it with others in hopes that maybe it will help them. I breastfed by son until he was around 18 months old. I told myself […]

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Katz Gluten Free-Part 2

Katz Gluten Free-Part 2

As I said previously, it had been a while since we had reviewed Katz products and they have come a long long way. There were so many products I had to separate this review into 3 different parts. I will call this, pt 2, the dessert review. My long time favorite product of Katz as […]

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Katz Gluten Free-Part 1

Katz Gluten Free-Part 1

Time machine time: It’s 2010 and my mother, Tina Turbin, just discovered Katz gluten-free. A certified gluten-free, Kosher company and nut-free as well. With high-quality ingredients and no preservatives added. Back in 2010 celiac disease was something many had never even heard of and gluten?? What is gluten. There were hardly any restaurants with gluten-free […]

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A Visual Guide to Steak Buying

A Visual Guide to Steak Buying

  Chuck, rib, round, tenderloin. Where do we start? What is best BBQed? What is the cheapest? Cows are very large animals. It can feel daunting to try and figure out which kind of meat to buy for which gluten free meal. Although I do not eat beef daily, I do enjoy a good steak […]

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Crockpot White Wine Short Ribs

Crockpot White Wine Short Ribs

The Crock Pot is by far my most prized kitchen item. I am not sure if I could live without it. You can make just about anything in it and go about your day without having to worry about it. I saw some beef short ribs at the store on Monday while shopping and figured […]

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How to Get Rid of Mucus

How to Get Rid of Mucus

We have all had that dreaded mucus. Especially those who are celiac. It is a pain! Sleep is harder, allergies get way worse and constantly having to clear your throat is not fun. The question stands, how to get rid of mucus? Although there are environmental reasons for mucus, it is important to avoid the […]

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Carnivore Club – Review

Carnivore Club – Review

  Many of us have heard of online memberships that send you a box every month, every other month, etc. I first noticed them in the beauty industry and then they extended to dog products, kid products, jewelry, etc. With busy lives it is so rewarding to get a fun and special box delivered to […]

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Turkey Meatballs for Sensitive Stomachs

Turkey Meatballs for Sensitive Stomachs

I have to make meals both appealing to my son and husband. Although my son enjoys different spices, I try to not add too much so his stomach doesn’t get upset. These Turkey meatballs for sensitive stomachs can be pre-made and they store very well. I am pleased to announce that Brixton has finally decided […]

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Easy Chicken Cauliflower Fried Rice

Easy Chicken Cauliflower Fried Rice

  I do my best to transition my comfort foods into healthier alternatives. Chinese food is one of those foods that I crave but after eating it I always feel pretty bloated and gross for a good 24 hours. Food is a big source of my energy as sleep isn’t a luxury I always have […]

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Uses for Coconut Oil

Uses for Coconut Oil

There is this joke when you are a new mom to just “put some coconut oil on it” for just about everything. Diaper rash, cut, dry skin, etc. You even hear the occasional joke of someone saying to use it for something totally irrelevant like “Didn’t get enough sleep last night? Just rub some coconut […]

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Gluten Free Nutrition Packed Jello

Gluten Free Nutrition Packed Jello

Food is all about balance. Balance means tasty treats too. I am all about treats but since my son is only 13 months old I have to come up with treats on the healthier side. This gluten free nutrition packed jello is extra nutritious because it has the fiber from apple sauce instead of straight juice and […]

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Grain-Free Banana Muffins

Grain-Free Banana Muffins

  Diets are always a hot topic. With our societies health as a whole declining many are searching for that “perfect diet”. In fact, the word “diet” has somewhat of a stigma connected to it. A diet should be a lifestyle change, not something you do for a couple days crazily and then eat flaming […]

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Gluten-Free, Sugar-Free Banana Stuffed French Toast

Gluten-Free, Sugar-Free Banana Stuffed French Toast

This morning I was mashing up a banana for my gluten-free son Brixton and had a bunch left over.  I thought to myself, “What can I make with ¾ of a banana?” I was obviously hungry and in no mood to put in the time for banana bread so I came up with the idea […]

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