Chocolate Drizzled Root Vegetable Chips

Having a party? Impress your guests with this easy snack! These are sweet and salty and so delicious 🙂 Ingredients • 1 large bag of gluten and nut free root vegetable chips • 1 cup of chocolate chips Directions 1. Place chocolate chips on a shallow bowl and melt in the microwave on 20 second intervals….

Cassava Tortillas

This was definitely a more challenging recipe for me. I am limited to very few specialty flours that I can use in my recipes due to cross contamination with nuts. I found cassava flour at our local grocery store and had to try it. Cassava is a root vegetable and when dried and ground up can be used…

Chocolate Banana Blizzard with Granola

I have been working hard to find you guys the perfect blizzard recipe. It had to be thick, crunchy and creamy. I am so happy with this recipe and I hope you are too! Ingredients • 1 banana cut into slices and frozen • 1/4 cup of your favorite milk (I used vanilla soy) •…

Breakfast Sushi Rolls

Although this was a little messy to make the results were worth it. You can make these Breakfast Sushi Rolls using a variety of fruit but we’ll start with a banana. Once you get the hang of it feel free to add sliced apples, mango, pineapple, papaya or strawberries. Follow my instructions below and have fun!…

Asian Collard Green Wraps

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again…I love using vegetables in place of high carbohydrate foods. These collard wraps totally did the trick. We all know that green vegetables are high an all sorts of amazing vitamins including Vitamin K, A, C, B2 and so on. Not to mention fiber! When blanched they…

Taco Bowls

We really enjoy eating our meals out of edible bowls. Many of the tortilla bowls out there are high in fat and sodium. I learned how to make my own using our favorite gluten free wraps and I wanted to share the recipe with you. Ingredients • 1 large tortilla Directions Preheat oven to 350 degrees…

Chocolate SoyNut Butter Crunchies

I eat a bite of chocolate every night. This is my favorite chocolate truffle recipe so far. They are sweet, creamy, crunchy and so smooth. Using only 4 simple ingredients you will be able to make this in an instant. Ingredients • 1 15 oz jar of SoyNut Butter • 1/4 cup cane sugar • 1 1/4…

Apple Oat Muffins

I absolutely love this recipe. We can’t use most specialty flours due to cross contamination with nuts. I happened to find gluten free whole oats that were nut free so I made my own oat flour using a small food processor. I want all of these recipes to be very easy for you guys to make and…

Hamantaschen

Hamantaschen are pastries enjoyed on Purim. They are triangular in shape and typically filled with jam, chocolate, dates or poppy seeds. They are very easy and fun to make! My children’s Sunday school class is making hamantaschen today so I provided them with nut and gluten free dough so that they can participate. Try this recipe below…

Sweet Potato Toast

You have to try this Sweet Potato Toast! I’m always up for bread alternatives for myself and my daughter. They’re sweet, smokey and crunchy. Top them with a number of things. Get creative and have fun! I topped mine with a simple avocado spread. I’ve provided that recipe below. Sweet Potato Toast Ingredients • 1 large sweet potato…

Banana Bread

Before my daughter was diagnosed with celiac disease I used to make banana bread for my family, a lot. It has been a while since I’ve done so, and this time I had to get a little bit more creative. I used Cup4Cup gluten free flour and I managed to narrow it down to 4 ingredients for…

Loaded Nachos

This is probably my favorite “go to” recipe. It’s full of healthy ingredients and so easy to prep and make. Why serve frozen processed food when you can make this in the same amount of time using the same amount of effort! This meal is loaded with vitamins, fiber, protein and flavor. Try it out and make it…