One Room School House Apple Cobbler

Small School Cook makes apple cobbler. This apple cobbler recipe is one my mom used to make all the time when she was the cook for a small school. They had the proverbial “One Room School House”. It consisted of 1st grade thru 8th with about 90 students total. This is when we lived in a…

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Warm Peanut Butter Brownies

Ready to bake in 5 minutes and no xanthan gum needed. Growing up, my mom would get after me for dipping my spoon into the peanut butter jar and pulling out a hunk of the stuff. I would sneak off and slowly eat it off the spoon. I still do it today, but no one gets…

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Gluten free tips for muffins

Let’s bring back the lowly muffin. Cute, compact, portable, endless variations, easy to make, practically impossible to screw up on, muffins need to make a big comeback on our breakfast, lunch and dinner tables. Muffins can easily be made with gluten free whole grains, have no problem cooking all the way through (unlike larger loaves…

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Gluten Free Brazilian Cheese Buns

This gluten free bread recipe has been all the rage at every convention I have gone to for the past year. They smell marvelous and are immediately snapped and devoured on the spot. But, do I really want to pay that much for them?

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Gluten Free Recipes: Skillet Mac N Cheese

No boil cheesy gluten free macaroni goodness. Having trouble cooking your gluten free pasta correctly? Does it turn to mush before you pull it out of the water? Does it stick together and form a large gooey mass? Skillet cooking to the rescue. One pan, no mush, easy to do.  Adding the water and other…

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Gluten free Pull Apart Dinner Rolls

These gluten free rolls receive an almost perfect “5” from reviewers. Using a very short list of ingredients, a little time and some patience these may just be the “perfect” dinner rolls ever. Receiving a 4.8 rating out of 5 is pretty amazing, especially for a gluten free recipe. Go make these this weekend. Make…

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Blueberry Pancakes in 10 minutes

All you need is this one kitchen appliance to make pancakes lickety split. Okay, everyone one of you has this handy gadget in your house. They are everywhere and come in a bunch of sizes, colors, and shapes. You can use them for single servings or to for a hungry crowd. What are we talking…

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Take your life back with prepping

Get more time in your day by preparing your meals. Dealing with celiac disease, you often to make almost everything yourself. That’s a lot of time spent in the kitchen. Instead of doing one meal three times a day, why not prepare some of your ingredients for the week ahead of time? Photo source: Organize…

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Perfecting soft boiled eggs

All you need are eggs, water and a saucepan. You don’t need much in the way of ingredients: just eggs and water. You don’t need any fancy equipment: a saucepan, a spoon and a knife. And there are two ways of making them: Hot water method or the cold-water method. Photo courtesy of The Kitchn…

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(Video) Roasted Salsa

DIY Fresh roasted salsa at home. Photo courtesy of Martha Stewart       Watch this video and start making your own salsa at home. Why do we buy this? Hit that farmer’s market and grab some fresh-from-the-farm ingredients and get roasting. Here is the ingredient list for you: 1 large onion 3 jalapeno peppers…

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