Football season is here. With it comes game day junk food. Not wanting to be left out of the fun, I decided to find a recipe that would work easily with the gluten-free diet.
Last weekend, my husband and I visited his hometown. While there, my hubby and mother-in-law made my favorite salsa. It also happens to be my husband’s favorite salsa, and I think it’s safe to say that it is everyone in his family’s favorite salsa. It’s darn good!
From the moment I found out that Fritos are gluten free (which was pretty early into my eating gluten free), I’ve been wanting to make a Frito pie. I finally decided to make it last night, and I am happy I did. It was quick, easy and yummy! I got the recipe from Big Oven.
Weeks ago, my boyfriend and I celebrated our three year anniversary. We were looking for something special to do to celebrate the day, and we also wanted to make sure it was something that we do not normally do together. My boyfriend’s sister told me that a local natural foods store, Mama Jeans Market, was hosting a gluten-free chocolate cake cooking class on our anniversary. I was so pumped! Its like it was meant to be.
I apologize for the lack of blog posts recently. As my college graduation approaches, the amount of free time I have dwindles. But, I was reminded yesterday of a post that I had intended to write weeks ago, so here it is.
Recently, one of my roommates decided to take on the task of making an entire gluten-free dinner for me and the rest of my roommates. After doing research, she decided to make chili, potatoes and a gluten-free cookie cake. She got the recipe for the cookie cake from one of her friends, who is studying to be a dietician. Not only was the cookie cake gluten-free, but it was also somewhat healthy. The recipe did not call for flour or sugar, so how bad could it be?