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Soft Peanut Butter Cookies (Gluten-Free and Vegan)

Posted by on Mar 17, 2018 in gluten free, recipe, vegan | 0 comments

Soft Peanut Butter Cookies (Gluten-Free and Vegan)

Peanut butter cookies may not be a traditional St. Patrick’s Day treat (or even an Irish treat), but when I tasted these delicious peanut butter cookies, I knew I had to share the recipe. These cookies are gluten-free and vegan, but they are also soft, chewy, and so yummy! My family prefers them without chocolate chips, but I HAD to add mini chocolate chips to part of the batch. Despite the lack of gluten, eggs, and butter, don’t mistake these treats as healthy–they have a solid dose of sugar. Still, as a sometimes treat,...

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Soft and Chewy Gluten-Free Vegan Gingersnaps

Posted by on Dec 24, 2017 in Desserts, gluten free, recipe, vegan | 0 comments

Soft and Chewy Gluten-Free Vegan Gingersnaps

When I was diagnosed with Hashimoto’s and had to start eating gluten free, one of the foods I missed the most (after bread) was good cookies. Now I’ve amassed quite a few gluten free cookie recipes and don’t feel deprived. I probably make my Almond Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies the most, followed by the Adventure Cookies by Oh She Glows. Still, I wanted a really delicious holiday cookie and I was feeling nostalgic about making gingersnaps with my mom as a kid. I always liked the part where I got to squish the ball of cookie...

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Homemade Chocolate (Vegan, Paleo, Soy-Free)

Posted by on May 31, 2015 in Desserts, gluten free, recipe, vegan | 0 comments

Homemade Chocolate (Vegan, Paleo, Soy-Free)

Yes–it’s ready at last! My homemade chocolate recipe that is completely free of dairy, soy, nuts, honey, gluten, GMOs, seaweed, aardvarks, aliens….well, you get the picture. This stuff is rich, dark chocolate goodness that tastes AMAZING without any of the major allergens and it packs a superfood punch! My chocolate gains its sweetness from pure maple syrup and lucuma powder, making it both paleo- and vegan-friendly. It also contains several superfood ingredients. If you do not have raw cacao powder, let...

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Vegan Orange Creamsicle Pops

Posted by on Jan 6, 2015 in gluten free, recipe, vegan | 0 comments

Vegan Orange Creamsicle Pops

It snowed today and I made the kids ice pops–is that totally bizarre? I mean, I know a lot of moms do the snow ice cream thing, but other than that, aren’t ice pops a hot-day-in-July thing? Oh well. My sis gave me these cool silicone ice pop molds for Christmas and the kids love this simple creamsicle recipe, so I couldn’t resist. Just 4 (or even 3) ingredients and they really do taste like creamsicles and they are dairy-free. Vegan Orange Creamsicle Pops   Print Author:...

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Almond Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies, Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free

Posted by on Oct 12, 2014 in gluten free, recipe, Snacks & Finger Foods | 3 comments

Almond Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies, Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free

This recipe is so fast and so simple–just six ingredients and no complicated steps or clean-up. Although they aren’t as healthy as some of my other cookie recipes–they do have quite a bit of fat from the almond butter and they do have coconut sugar–they are still “healthier” than a standard cookie. They are higher in protein and have a lower glycemic load because the recipe calls for coconut sugar, not white sugar. These cookies were a huge hit with my entire family. The taste is in...

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Sweet Potato Salsa Soup

Posted by on Sep 22, 2014 in gluten free, nutritarian, Quick One-Pot Dinners, recipe, Soups and Salads | 0 comments

Sweet Potato Salsa Soup

I got a new cookbook when we went gluten-free. It’s called Against All Grain, by Danielle Walker, and as of now, it has nearly 1,900 5-star reviews on Amazon, so that speaks volumes. I’m so impressed by not only her recipes, but Ms. Walker also took every photo in the book! Anyway, I’ve tried a couple recipes so far and been pleased. This recipe is my adaptation of her Mexican Chicken Chowder. She spends way longer on her version than I am willing to–I use jarred salsa and canned chunk...

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Basic Vegetable Soup

Posted by on Sep 17, 2014 in gluten free, nutritarian, recipe, Soups and Salads, vegan, vegetarian | 0 comments

Basic Vegetable Soup

I was craving a simple vegetable soup…something to use up all the potatoes, carrots, and tomatoes that we keep buying because we forget we have a surplus. I stumbled on this recipe from Alton Brown, and despite the lack of spices, decided to adapt it to fit our family’s tastes. I was initially put off by the lack of spices–my favorite soup, Sweet Potato and Lentil, has six different spices and a very complex flavor. I did end up liking this vegetable soup and was pleasantly surprised by how much my children...

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Nutty Breakfast Bites (Gluten-, Peanut-, Dairy-Free)

Posted by on Sep 15, 2014 in gluten free, nutritarian, recipe, vegetarian | 1 comment

Nutty Breakfast Bites (Gluten-, Peanut-, Dairy-Free)

We’ve gone gluten-free in our house. I’m trying to help manage suspected Hashimoto’s by eliminating wheat, barley, rye, and switching to gluten-free oats and tamari (vs soy sauce), and so far it’s made a big difference in how I feel. No more brain fog. No more required mid-day nap. And the shrinking of my waistline (2 inches in just one week) is a bonus too. If you are interested in the connection, here’s an excerpt from The Gluten-Thyroid Connection: The molecular structure of gliadin, the...

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Refreshing Summer Bean Salad

Posted by on Aug 4, 2014 in gluten free, recipe, Soups and Salads | 1 comment

Refreshing Summer Bean Salad

I had a ton of canned beans kicking around, so I set about searching the Internet for a good bean salad recipe. Once I did, I adjusted it to fit what I had in my pantry, and this delicious bean salad was the result! We ate this like a salsa, scooping it out of bowls with chips. Even my kids enjoyed it, although they picked out the green peppers. You can’t win em all. I was happy they loved all three bean varieties in this preparation. Although I’ve titled this a “summer” salad, it would be yummy any...

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Roasted Root Vegetables

Posted by on Apr 20, 2014 in gluten free, nutritarian, recipe, vegan, Vegetable, Grain or Bean, vegetarian | 0 comments

Roasted Root Vegetables

Happy Easter! I wanted to try out some new recipes for the holiday, so I made a variation of a Butternut, Leek and Toasted Nut Risotto. It was time-consuming and a lot of work, so I had high expectations and really wanted it to be spectacular. Unfortunately…it wasn’t. I thought it was just good. My husband thought it was okay. The kids tried a couple bites and didn’t like it at all. Even my youngest child, bless her heart, said oh-so-politely, “Mama, please don’t make this again. It...

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