Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Back-to-School Almond Flour Bread

You Gotta Try this Back-to-School Almond Flour Bread

As the mother of a nine year old and twelve year old, both whom are addicted to their screens, I need to be ready to create yummy lunches that help my kids stay focused and full all day long. Most school lunches are filled with processed foods and sugars. I committed to my kids long ago that I would pack them a healthy and delicious lunch, every day, and forgo the unwholesome hot lunch at school for good.

But packing my kids' lunches everyday is a process. While my kids aren't gluten-free, I am. This means everything I bake and prepare in my kitchen has to be gluten-free. Like many gluten-free families, I struggle with bread. I'm no dummy. I know gluten is an essential ingredient in giving bread its doughy texture. Without it, it feels like you're eating sand.

Monday, July 17, 2017

Gluten-Free Cherry Crisp Tart

Hi, I'm Jenny Finke, the gluten-free blogger behind Good For You Gluten Free. I write about gluten-free living and advocacy and I love creating gluten-free recipes and experimenting in the kitchen.

I was diagnosed with celiac disease in 2012. Before my diagnosis, I would eat - and cook - in such a carefree way. However, today I have to watch everything that crosses my lips because it's easy for me to get sick when eating something someone else prepared. 

The good news is that while I have celiac disease and I must follow a strict gluten-free diet, I rarely miss out on noshing on delicious foods. 

My weakness is that I often have a hankering for something sweet. Eh, don't we all? 

That's why when my sweet tooth is coming at me hard, it's time to whip up my own fun desserts at home. Homemade desserts are not only the safest for me to eat, but they are usually the best tasting too. 

Monday, July 10, 2017

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Thursday, June 15, 2017

Gluten-Free Blueberry Muffins with Freeze-Dried Blueberries

I'm Jenny Finke, the blogger behind Good For You Gluten Free. I write about living the healthy, gluten-free lifestyle.

Honeyville asked me to contribute a post and recipe to its blog. I've contributed articles in the past about baking with Honeyville's awesome almond flour, and today I'm trying something new.

Honeyville sent me the most delicious canisters of freeze-dried fruit. Seriously. This freeze-dried fruits are so tasty, crunchy and fun to eat! You can dress up yogurt, cereal and ice cream with freeze-dried blueberries, mangoes or strawberries, for example. I find myself snacking on them straight from the canister... non-stop!

I wanted to come up a recipe using these delicious freeze-dried fruits, and during my brainstorming session, all I could think about was blueberry muffins. I can't remember the last time I had a blueberry muffin.

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Lemon 7-Up Cupcakes

Hello out there in Foodie Land! I've got a doozy for you: Lemon 7-upcakes. It's been one of those days and we needed a pick-me-up in the office. Who doesn't enjoy a little lemony treat every now and then? It's been a little rainier than what we're used to in Southern California so cupcakes are definitely what the doctor ordered.

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Cinnamon French Toast Muffins

Hi, All! It's Brit of the Honeyville Team, again. This time I have a breakfast (or any time for that matter) recipe. It's so funny how breakfast dishes can easily be eaten around the clock. And that's one reason why breakfast recipes are my favorite. The other is because they tend to be a little easier and less time consuming than lunch and dinner. Today, we're getting into a breakfast staple: french toast. But instead of the more traditional slices of battered bread, they're muffins! Find out how after the jump.

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Food Storage 101

Food Storage. Do these two words strike fear into your heart? Do you immediately have an overwhelming feeling to purchase pounds and pounds of powdered milk and grain? We all know that food storage is the one thing we should have, but many of us get stuck on three major questions: "What exactly is food storage?," "Where do I start?," and "What do I need?"