Once a year when I’m in Colorado, I go to Grouse Mountain Grill and order the potato pave. I’m always nervous each year when I return that it will no longer be on the menu. Fortunately, thus far, it’s there year after year. Potato pave takes awhile to create as it’s a refined dish with thinly sliced potatoes that are pressed together and shaped into … Continue reading Muffin Tin “Potato Pave” (Gluten Free)
Spicy tomatoes is the perfect, refreshing dish for your next party! Filled with cilantro, ginger, garlic, and more, your friends will be raving. Plus, it accompanies any dish you want from rice to chicken! (Gluten free and Vegan) Continue reading Spicy Tomatoes (GF and Vegan)
Sick and tired of the same old lunches?! Mix up your meal prep with these 3 gluten and dairy free options. Recipes included (with some vegan options!) Continue reading 3 Gluten and Dairy Free Lunches for People on the Go
This is your new favorite (easy to make) homemade applesauce with a citrus flare. The depths of flavors are brought out as this dish is baked in the oven. Sure to be a family classic! Continue reading Homemade Baked Citrus Applesauce
Whether you’re a mayo lover or hater, you’ll soon be enjoying this ti-colored potato salad. It’s a classic dish, that’s now gluten free and free of the top 8 allergens. It’s a lighter hearty dish, and an instantaneous classic for your recipe book! Continue reading Mayo Free Tri-Colored Potato Salad (GF, DF)
This dish is so mouthwatering, you’ll wish it could pop out of your computer screen. Begin by cooking the quinoa in a spice blend to give it a southwestern flare, and then be sure to add your fresh garden veggies.
This is simply a dish that cannot be ignored. (It’s gluten free and vegan too!) Continue reading Recipe for Southwestern Quinoa Salad (GF, V)
Whether it’s a meal you bring on the road or something warm out of Ma’s kitchen, there’s nothing like home cooking. And, while I love traveling, it’s been nice to settle down this week, and bring y’all one of my new favorite sides dishes! (It’s also conveniently great road trip food too.) Now, I love my Nutted Wild Rice Salad. It’s one of the two main … Continue reading Citrus Wild Rice Salad (GF, V)
Just in case you haven’t hammered out that Easter menu yet, this week’s recipe is coming out a day early. And if you don’t have a chance to try out this AWESOME side dish over the weekend, you are more than welcome to make it in the foreseeable future too. Now, Minty Peas and Carrots is a favorite side dish in our house. It makes a … Continue reading Minty Peas and Carrots (GF, V)
So, I lied. (Unintentionally, of course.) Even though my family is now on the other side of the country, I still have one final “Mom-tastic” recipe for y’all!
This recipe is inspired by Food Network Magazine! Not only does it meet my celiac needs, but it’s also vegetarian and vegan, if that’s important to you. Continue reading “Edamame Salad (GF, V)”
Today, I have some good news, and some bad news… First (and unfortunately), this post is the final one in my most recent series: “My mom came to town and cooked a ton of food.” We’ll be parting ways after the weekend. BUT, no need to worry; I’ll see her again in April. AND, I’ve got a delicious recipe coming your way. When I came home from … Continue reading How to Enjoy Cauliflower (GF, V)