• Gearing up for Easter

    March 29, 2015Living Freely Gluten Free

    All Holiday’s cause a little extra stress because this means chocolate, candy and crappy food being shown to my Son. I then have to pick my battles and decide what I will allow him to have since we avoid all artificial food coloring and preservatives. Somehow though during these Holiday’s I have to give in…

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  • Delicious Dairy Free Coconut Creamer

    March 11, 2015Living Freely Gluten Free

    Gluten Free Dairy Free Coconut Creamer Delicious morning treat Ingredients: 1 can light coconut milk 1 can coconut cream 1 tsp. cinnamon 1 tbsp. Vanilla (I prefer mexican vanilla- its amazing)1 tbsp. coconut oil Click here for printable versionDirections: Blend well with an emersion blender KitchenAid KHB2351CU 3-Speed Hand Blender – Contour Silver (this is…

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  • Review- Gluten free Girl Scout cookies

    March 11, 2015Living Freely Gluten Free

    The effort is much appreciated that Girl Scouts have come around to accommodate the gluten free community. I dream of the day I can buy a box of gluten free thin mints, those are my absolute favorites. Until then these cookies were ok. They are not something I would crave or necessarily get excited about…

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  • Beef Stew

    February 11, 2015Living Freely Gluten Free

    Every time I used to make this dish, I wished of a cold overcast day to enjoy it on. I am happy to finally be back in the PNW enjoying my drizzling gray sky while I cook some hearty beef stew in the kitchen. It just is a wonderful feeling to me to be cooking…

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  • My Personal Gluten Free All Purpose Flour Blend

    January 22, 2014Living Freely Gluten Free

    Buying pre-made Gluten Free All Purpose Flour can be costly and you never know how well it will work. When I first went GF, I would buy the pre-made flour and every time I made something it came out different. Spending $10 on a few pounds of flour adds up when you bake a lot.…

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  • Red Meat Marinade

    August 21, 2013Living Freely Gluten Free

    Red Meat Marinade The warm weather is approaching and that means long sunny days playing with the kids outside, and of course lots of BBQing. Marinade is one easy way to get glutened because of sneaky unexpected ingredients. Making your own marinades is super easy, inexpensive and the best part is you know what you…

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  • Chili (Instant Pot, Pressure Cooked)

    June 28, 2013Living Freely Gluten Free

    Nothing warms the soul on a cold day like a bowl of chili with a side of cornbread. It is hearty, but still healthy and since it is naturally gluten and dairy free it is always a crowd pleaser. This is perfect for serving guests, or if you need a potluck dish. You can easily…

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  • Gluten Free Mini Pizzas- frozen for easy lunches

    April 16, 2013Living Freely Gluten Free

    Easy go to lunches- Frozen mini pizzas Staying home and living on one income means a strict budget on everything. I have to make that money stretch as far as I can. Part of that means baking and cooking and doubling and tripling recipes to freeze extras for easy go-to meals. Lunch is tough, in fact…

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  • Pressure Cooked Pinto Beans

    January 6, 2013Living Freely Gluten Free

    I make my own beans for several reasons. First off, it is so much cheaper to buy dry beans in bulk and then make them yourself. Second, I know what is in my food and canned food has preservatives and lining inside of the can. I make these in bulk and then freeze in 2…

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