Honey Mustard Glazed Salmon

You only need 5 ingredients to turn out this simple and delicious dish. Once you try it, it may go on your weekly  list of must haves. Honey Mustard Glazed Salmon Ingredients: 6  4 oz. salmon fillets 1/2 tsp. seasoned pepper 2 Tbsp. Dijon mustard 2 Tbsp. honey 2 tsp. chopped fresh rosemary  (or 1…

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Deconstructed Lasagna

Want lasagna but don’t want to spend all the time it takes to put one together? Welcome to  deconstructed lasagna. All the same great flavors in a fraction of the time it takes to make. So, grab your spoon and get cooking! Deconstructed Lasagna Ingredients: 8 oz uncooked gluten free noodles, spirals or penne (we…

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Red Beans and Rice

Need a hearty stick-to-your- ribs dinner? This one fills the bill. Hot, flavorful and hearty, make some gluten free cornbread to go with this. Your tummy will thank you.   Red Beans and Rice Ingredients: 2 Tbsp. olive oil 1 onion, chopped 2 celery ribs, chopped 1 red bell pepper, seeded & chopped 2 cloves…

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9 Blenders are put to the Test.

Grab nine blenders and run them through the paces. That’s what America’s Test Kitchen did to see which one would out-perform all the others. Priced between $80 and $200 , eight blenders were put to the test against the king of blenders…the Vitamix. Was there one that would keep up? The test: processing chickpeas out…

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7 Non-stick Skillets under $50 bucks

Looking through a myriad of non-stick skillets can be daunting. Which ones have a good coating that will last? Which one has a nice feel and won’t burn my food? Are there any that will perform well without shelling out hundreds of dollars? Learn why some non-stick skillets are better than others. Find out why…

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Homemade Chocolate Frosting

5 ingredients to homemade chocolate frosting. It seems easier to just go to the store and buy a can of frosting since most of them are gluten free. That’s okay in a pinch, but the taste and flavor just aren’t there. Making your own seems like a chore, but it doesn’t have to be. And…

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Gluten Free Pear Salad with Poppy Seed Dressing

Easy to make, stunning to present, delicious to eat. This is one of the most flavorful salads I have ever eaten. It is very easy to put together and will win raves from family and friends. I usually serve this to company and many times give the recipe away. Mixed Greens Pear Salad with Poppy…

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Gluten Free 5 Ingredient Truffles

Quick and easy chocolate truffle recipe. This is hands down one of the easiest recipes you could ever make. With only 5 ingredients, it classifies for one of the shortest! Make these with your favorite youngster! Chocolate Cookie Truffles Ingredients:  18 oz. of gluten free chocolate sandwich cookies with white filling 18 oz. package cream…

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Homemade Gluten Free Bread

No more dry, tasteless bread please. This is the gluten free bread I usually demo at the bread making classes that I teach every 2 months or so. It gives you a good place to start and allows you to add any number of variations to it. (See the hints below for how to make…

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Use up your gluten free leftovers

Don’t Throw It Out! 5 Ways to use Gluten free Mistakes and Leftovers Every gluten free cook has her or his share of gluten free baking disasters. The burned pies, the rock hard meatloaf, the burned pot with stuck on vegetables, door stop bread and hockey puck biscuits top the list of culinary disasters. Here are some…

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