• Grain Free All Purpose Flour

    March 13, 2018livingfreelygf

    This Grain Free All Purpose Flour is going to be one of my go-to’s in a lot of the recipes I will be posting in the future. I have recently found the need to cut out the majority of rice from my diet. Grain free is going to be the easiest way to do this, although…

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  • Trader Joes Meal Plan- A weeks worth of groceries under $110 for a family of 4 (Gluten Free, Dairy Free)

    January 16, 2018Living Freely Gluten Free

    I am not shy about talking about my love affair with Trader Joes. As far as a gluten free diet goes, Trader Joe’s really does help keep the cost down while being able to buy some fun snacks. This Trader Joes gluten free and dairy free meal plan for a family of 4, under $110…

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  • Garlic Pasta- Gluten Free & Vegan

    October 30, 2017livingfreelygf

    This amazing Garlic Pasta is gluten free and vegan. I am always looking for healthy and delicious dinners that are easy, inexpensive and that the entire family will love. Recently Tresomega reached out to me about the blogger recipe challenge contest and I was immediately onboard. I had several ideas, but I decided this garlic pasta…

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  • Easy Picnic Foods for Gluten Free and Dairy Free Families

    June 15, 2017Living Freely Gluten Free

    We anxiously have awaited the nice weather in the Pacific Northwest. We had a long and wet winter that seemed to linger on and on. I am not a huge fan of summers having spent the majority of my life in the hot California heat. Here in Washington State though- the summers are welcomed and…

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  • 20 Gluten Free and Dairy Free Easter Brunch Recipes

    April 9, 2017Living Freely Gluten Free

    Brunch is my favorite meal! When the weather changes and its nice outside, I absolutely love a good brunch with Mimosas. Here are 20 Gluten Free Brunch Recipes that are perfect for Spring or Easter.  For most of my life we went to a family member’s house for Easter. As I became an adult I…

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  • Viva Tacoma- Restaurant Review

    March 2, 2017Living Freely Gluten Free

    Last weekend my family took an outing to Tacoma. We spent the morning playing at the Children’s Museum and wanted to grab lunch. We were tired of the same chain restaurants and we really can’t “try new things” because it is too risky with our food allergies. I decided to check my “Find Me Gluten…

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  • Spicy Chicken Sandwich- Wendy’s Copycat (Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Paleo/Whole 30 Option)

    February 21, 2017Living Freely Gluten Free

    One of my biggest frustrations from having food allergies is eating out. This has been an issue from day one and almost 6 years later, I am still frustrated. Don’t get me wrong, the options nowadays are so much better than when I first went gluten free. Every once in a while I come across…

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  • Sloppy Joes From Scratch

    September 29, 2016Living Freely Gluten Free

    Sloppy Joes From Scratch, what a concept- right? Growing up we ate this often and it came from a can. I loved it, what can I say? I would eat it with tater tots and corn and I thought that was the bees-knees. When I moved out I would buy the cans and cook it…

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  • Turkey Wrap

    September 7, 2016Living Freely Gluten Free

    I love wraps but I do not eat them often these days. These are perfect for school lunches or picnics, just to switch it up from a plain sandwich. You can keep it simple or dress these up as much as you would like. Some other ideas might be a veggie wrap (recipe to come…

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  • Chicken Marinade

    July 31, 2016Living Freely Gluten Free

    Marinades are one of those tricky things that you have to make sure you check ahead of time. Marinades are actually super easy and cost effective to make yourself. I like to let my meat sit with the marinade overnight in a ziplock baggie. It makes for extra juicy and moist meat. This chicken is so…

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