Every year my family packs up and lives in a Southern California hotel room for 4 weeks for my husband’s job. To some this may sound like a dream come true; eating out every day, housekeeping makes your bed and enjoying 75 degree weather when it’s in the teens at home. There of course are some perks,
These will delight any family member or guest. Top them on soup for a fun and festive topping or add them to a bowl at a fiesta theme party for dips. Enjoy them with taco dips as a garnish for soups, salads and more. Guaranteed smiles every time! At Valentines day, Mama uses a heart shape, at Christmas a mini-tree, just all year round a fun hot pepper works great! Cater it to your event and time of year.
Gluten Free Mama makes summer lunches even tastier. Try this delicious Chicken Salad Sandwich recipe on your busy summer days. It is simple and very quick to throw together, and allows you more time for basking in the sun or hanging out with friends. You can serve it on a gluten free biscuit, gluten free bread, or on a bed of lettuce.
Okay…if you like hummus, roasted veggies and flatbread then you are in for a treat! Two words to describe this interesting take on pizza is DE-LISH. No seriously, it is. The Kalamata olives and feta make it extra special too. Make it without the feta and it is dairy free. The only thing that I didn’t like about this pizza is that I had no one to share it with. Now I am just going to have to make it again so that my friends can enjoy.
This soup is not only delicious, but so easy to make anyone can make it, even teens. Mama shows you how to enhance flavor not only into your soup but also into the chicken. And there is a fun garnish to add to the top that everyone will enjoy.
Tomato Soup is the Traditional Comfort Food. This is Mama’s take on Tomato Basil soup that is quick to make, delicious and a little more on the gourmet side versus the Campbell’s Tomato Soup we grew up on. This is delicious served with Gluten Free Grilled Cheese Sandwiches. Or try it with Mama’s Tomato Basil Biscuits. Both are a hit for families and crowds and pair nicely together. There is nothing like a warm bowl of soup and biscuits hot out of the oven to warm up your house and bodies on cold winter days.
Mama’s Hamburger Pie is a delicious main dish that you will want to add to your gluten free dinner menu. I grew up on Hamburger Pie. It was a favorite in our household, however, I was the ONE holdout in the family. When I was young, I couldn’t stand cheddar cheese. So my mom would give me my piece, and scrape off the melted cheddar cheese. Thank goodness, as I grew up, I eventually outgrew my dislike of cheese, I now love cheese.
I love sweet peppers! I love quiche. Quiche doesn’t have to be just for breakfast. Make it for dinner and make your family very happy! It is great served with bacon or sausage or a side of fresh fruit and gluten free toast.Ingredients Mama’s Pie Crust Mix Or 1 single GF pie crust½ cup each, red pepper, orange pepper, yellow pepper1 Tbsp. butter4 eggs¾ cup heavy cream¾ cup milk⅛ tsp. pepperPinch of salt⅓ cup fresh cilantro, finely chopped3 green onions, chopped1 cup Monterey Jack Cheese or Monterey Cheese BlendOptional: Fresh salsa for garnish Directions Preheat oven to 400°. Saute peppers with butter until soft, about 4-5 minutes. Set aside to cool. In a large bowl, whisk together eggs, cream, milk, pepper and salt. ...
KC, founder of G-free Foodie, has so graciously partnered with Gluten Free Mama to make a series of online gluten free video lessons using Mama’s Flour blends and mixes. KC founded G-free Foodie to provide a main resource for the gluten free community which includes, but not limited, to a flavorful gluten free living guide that includes information on the tastiest gluten free products
Sun-Dried Tomato Basil Bread and Grilled Chicken and Pesto Sandwich ~ Gluten free, dairy free, egg free
Chicken Pesto Sandwich 4Mama’s Sun-Dried Tomato Basil Bread ~ Gluten/Dairy/Egg Free & Mama’s Grilled Chicken and Pesto Sandwich It’s Dairy Free and Egg Free week at Gluten Free Mama, so we decided it would be fitting to create a Dairy/Egg/Gluten Free recipe for you. In fact, you get two in one today! Summer is on my mind, and it makes me think of summer friendly recipes. I created this delicious Sun-Dried Tomato Basil Bread and yes, it’s Egg and Dairy Free! I like to think outside the box. I am not a big fan of baking my breads in the traditional 4×8 bread pan, because I don’t feel that the breads hold their rise like they should...
Summer means BBQ and BBQ means Burgers and Burgers mean we need good tasting Gluten Free Buns. Mama made Onion Buns from Mama’s Basic Hamburger Bun Recipe. Mama’s Basic Hamburger Bun recipe can be made as just a Basic Bun or add your favorite toppings like Sesame Seeds, Poppy Seeds, Herbs, or Mama’s favorite Onion Buns. To make the buns, you can use 4 inch cake pans by Wilton. They come in packs of three and you will need at least 6 pans, available at Amazon.com or stores like Micheal’s or Target.
We are pleased to introduce to you Jennifer Christ with Celiac in Orlando. Jennifer shares with Gluten Free Mama her top 5 Gluten Free Friendly Restaurants in Orlando, FL. What is the first thing you do when preparing a business trip or vacation to a new city or town? For our family, at the top of the list is finding gluten free friendly restaurants. I don’t have time or money for that matter for trial and error. So needless to say, I was so excited when I met Jennifer and saw what she was doing in one of the biggest tourist cities in America, Orlando, FL.
Sarah Norris and Laurie Sadowski share with Gluten Free Mama about doing Disney Gluten Free! We are so blessed to have a guest post from our friends Sarah Norris and Laurie Sadowski, both hosts of The Food Allergy and Celiac Convention and experts on Dining at Walt Disney World. Sarah is a librarian by day and a food writer, podcaster, researcher and guest writer by night
Do you have a Pizza Night Tradition at your home? Pizza Night has always been on Friday Night at our home for as long as I can remember. Growing up my family always had one of two kinds of pizza toppings, pepperoni, or pepperoni and sausage. Pretty boring if you ask me. Now don’t get me wrong a good pepperoni pizza is a must once in a while, but when you eat it every week for your entire life, you are ready for a change. What is your family favorite at your house? Put it in the comments section below.
One of my biggest requests from Gluten Free Mama fans is, “What can we make for dinner that is gluten free and that the entire family will eat?” So I have been putting together my collection of Gluten Free Main Meals. In my opinion, it is much easier to make one meal than two. If one of us eats gluten free, then we all eat gluten free, at least when it comes to family meals. These stuffed peppers were a hit with my family.
Need some new additions to your monthly dinner menu? Mama’s Quinoa Stuffed Portabella Mushrooms or Zucchini is sure to delight the taste buds of everyone in the family. Quinoa is a gluten free grain typically grown in South America. You want to be sure to soak the grain in water and rinse it off before use to prevent it from being bitter.
I absolutely love fall and winter, not only because it brings with it cooler temperatures, but that it inspires me to get in the kitchen and make comfort food for dinner. Chili is one of my all time favorite comfort foods, next to pot roast and soups. Yesterday, here in the beautiful Mission Valley of Montana, the majestic mountains that I can view out my family room window were dusted with the first snow of the season.
It seems these days we all live very busy lives. Whether we are working all day and come home and need a quick dinner, or maybe we have been taxiing kids around to all their sporting events and need something quick before the next game. Whatever the reason, it seems my biggest request is for quick and easy meals.
Mama’s Cheesy Onion Biscuits are so easy to make, and they can be used for Mama’s BLTA sliders, biscuits, or bread for your favorite sandwich. Mama decided to make her BLTA sliders out of them. Who doesn’t like Bacon, Lettuce and Tomato sandwiches? Make them even better with fresh avocado slices.
IT’S FINALLY HERE! I have been working tirelessly on this new gluten free Christmas Cookbook for you! “A Gluten Free Christmas with Gluten Free Mama“, By Rachel Carlyle Edington. I am so excited to share it with you. It is full of 37 recipes to help you enjoy success baking this Christmas season. In this special e-book, I am sharing a collection of gluten free Christmas favorites including recipes for sugar cookies, peanut butter blossoms, gingerbread cookies
Can you say delicious? That is what you will say when you eat Mama’s Gluten Free Parmesan Fried Chicken with Pesto Zucchini Noodles. The Spaghettable makes this dinner a cinch! Zucchini Noodles are not only gluten free, they are easy to make, delicious and a healthy! Fried Chicken, not as healthy, but lets just say it’s amazingly delicious! The folks at Spaghettable are giving away 5 Spaghettable spiralizers, so be sure to enter the contestat the bottom of this post!
Potatoes, check; Cheese, check; Cream, check; Bacon, check; Green Onions, Check, now put it all together and you have created the most delicious, rich, creamy and heavenly 3 Cheese Gluten Free Au-Gratin Potatoes. This isn’t your mama’s au gratin potatoes, and it’s definitely not from a box! This is Gluten Free Mama’s version of Au-Gratin Potatoes and trust me, you won’t be disappointed.
Are you a cheese lover? What is your favorite? Cheddar, Mozzarella, Baby Bell, Gouda, Pepperjack, Swiss, Gruyere, Jarlsburg, or Brie? I could keep going down the list. Ever dream about Mac & Cheese, Pizza, or anything for that matter that has that fantastical melted and stringy rich cheese in every bite?
Quiche is one of my families most favorite dishes. We usually have frriatta’s for breakfast, and we enjoy quiche for dinner. I know it sounds weird, but we are NOT morning people and it does take a few minutes to put together a quiche and almost and hour to cook, so dinner for us is when we have the patience.
Saint Patricks Day is tomorrow and you at probably wondering, “What should I make?” If you are like me, this is one of those holidays, I wait til last minute to figure out. So I got you covered today. My gluten free Blogger friends and I have gathered a group of recipes that you can choose from. Most are super easy to make. Any of the ones that call for flour, Mama’s Almond and Coconut Blend Flours will work perfectly! Gluten Free Mama’s Pumpernickel Bread works Fabulously with St Patrick’s Day Patty Melts or Reuben’s. Click Here. Around My Family Table’s Irish Soda Bread, a St. Patricks Day Classic. Click Here Petite Allergy Treats Shamrock Shake. Click Here Petite Allergy Treats Vegan Chocolate Chip Mint Ice Cream. Click Here...
Pizza night gets a whole new meaning when you shake it up and replace the crust with zucchini slices. Not only is it delicious, it’s healthy, and super easy to make! August is the time of year in Montana where you don’t go anywhere and leave your car windows open, or even show up to church. I didn’t grow zucchini this year and so I asked if anyone had any extra and ended up with a beautiful and plentiful bounty from a friend. So if you aren’t growing zucchini, just put a message on FB that says “Hey if anyone has any extra zucchini, I would love some.” So after sharing some, I am also going to be using some...
I love this time of year, because of PUMPKIN! There are so many baked recipes you can make with pumpkin from brownies to breads to cheesecakes and more. I gathered a variety of gluten free pumpkin recipes from my gluten free blogger friends and have put them for you all in this one great place. Browse through the pictures and click on and follow the bloggers you like. Remember that bloggers always love to hear from their followers, so if you make a recipe and like it, comment on their blog or share it on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. They work very hard to bring you these recipes, so when they hear you like the recipe it is very rewarding....