Kids Low Fat Recipes : Peachy Pancakes

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A Perfect Kids Low Fat Recipes for Breakfast Gluten Free Peachy Pancake My daughter loves pancakes but some mornings I don't have time to sit and flip pancakes. This recipe helps me mix it up and let it back while we get ready in the morning. Being able to have my daughter do some of the tasks while I do others make it twice as fast. It tastes extra delicious with the use of fresh in season peaches but off season canned peaches work well. Check out this Tasty Kids Low Fat Recipes ...

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Wholly Guacamole: Wholly™ Roasted Tomato Bloody Mary with Shrimp Recipe #WhollyHungryChefs

Bloody Mary

Bloody Mary Recipe When I attended Blissdom 2013 last March, I went to a fun Wholly Guacamole event. It was hosted by awesome superstar chef named John, who conceptualized and develop flavors for huge brands like Lays, Pizza Hut and now for Wholly Guacamole. In this event, I also learned how to make shrimp bloody mary, this is a recipe of Chef Alex Thomopoulos for Wholly Kitchen Experience. If you love the bloody mary cocktail, you are in for a surprise because this bloody mary recipe ...

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Wholly Guacamole: Wholly Southwest Frittata Recipe #WhollyHungryChefs

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Frittata Recipe Last March, I was privileged to have been able to attend the Wholly Guacamole event at Blissdom 2013. It was fun learning some new recipes and using Wholly Guacamole. Today, I'm sharing with you a super delectable frittata recipe made by Chef Alex Thomopoulos for Wholly Kitchen Experience. This is the perfect brunch recipe that will keep you full the whole day and it's a gluten free recipe too. Wholly Southwest Frittata Recipe ...

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Are you sensitive to the Gluten in your Make-Up?


After being diagnosed with Celiac disease over six months ago, I have gone through a transition in the way I eat, and live, which I have blogged about here over the past couple of months.  However, I have not yet explored the world of gluten-free cosmetics.   As I have been exploring food options I have seen references to gluten-free cosmetics, but decided that I would explore that option later. Just eating gluten-free has been enough for me to digest (pun intended).  Now that I am comfortable ...

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Gluten-Free Hershey’s Christmas Mice Recipe

Gluten-Free Hershey's Christmas Mice

Over the past ten years I have made the Hershey’s Kisses Mice recipe at Christmas several times. It is like conducting an art project. Each of these little morsels ends up having a different personality; it all depends upon the size and shape of the almonds for the ears, the way the Maraschino cherry stem curves or sticks up straight and how long the stem is, how the cherry and the Hershey's Kiss come together after the cherry has been dipped, how large you make the red gel eyes and where they ...

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Shelf Labeling of Gluten-Free Products

Reading Gluten free labels

- Katherine writes a weekly column about gluten-free information for MadameDeals. I started looking at my grocery store quite differently after getting the diagnosis of Celiac disease about six months ago. Of course, as a new gluten-free consumer, there were two places in the grocery store that did not change much in terms of what I could eat: the produce department, and the meat department. But for the rest of the store ---where were the gluten free products to be found? Many grocery stores ...

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A New Favorite Gluten-Free Dessert

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Thanksgiving was wonderful! It was so much fun to have all of my family at my house. I made three gluten free desserts for Thanksgiving this year. As I told you in my last blog, this was my first gluten-free Thanksgiving and the dessert portion of the meal has traditionally been my territory. I usually make pumpkin pie and pumpkin cheese cake. However, this year, I added a Pumpkin Roll, and it was truly scrumptious. (that reminds me of a song from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang) Anyway, the Pumpkin ...

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My first Gluten-Free Thanksgiving


It is my favorite time of the year!  This is the time of the year to be especially thankful for what we have, and to the extent we can, to spend time with the people we love, and like, most in the world.    Thanksgiving!!   Did it come up too fast on you?  It has for me. However, I am happy it is here, and I am looking forward to spending time with my family. I am one of four children.  When my siblings and I were young, we were encouraged to each choose something to contribute to the ...

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Gluten-Free: For the Love of Betty Crocker

Betty Crocker Gluten-Free

Betty Crocker® has come out with a few new gluten-free products which I just have to rave about (even though I am not getting paid to do so.) However, if anyone from Betty Crocker® reads this, they are welcome to send some free samples our way. This past week we celebrated my son’s tenth birthday. We had the birthday party at our local gym which has a kid’s facility with a large play room, bounce house, various games like Foosball and basketball, a large climbing structure with slides, and a ...

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A Gold Medal for My Gluten Free Dinner


Katherine: I am a Stay at Home Mom. I have been married to my husband for 11 years and have a son who just turned 10. I have recently been diagnosed with Celiac Disease and have started cooking gluten-free for my family, which has been an enormous adventure and learning experience and I am eager to share all of my discoveries and tips with other families. Our family is not only gluten free; we are also living with autism. My son has autism and seizure disorder, and we have been very involved ...

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