You say what? Lavosh crackers are a traditional unleavened bread, or otherwise known as Armenian Flat Bread. Lavosh is pronounced LAH-voshe. These crackers are super thin, super easy to make, and super addictive. My daughter and I have been snacking on them all afternoon. You can make them with any sort of topping you like, but traditionally they are topped with sesame seeds, sea salt or cracked pepper.
Mama’s Herbs De Provence Mozzarella Appetizer, is easy to make, appetizing to look at and we can’t forget delicious! When I need an appetizer to bring to a party or want to have something out for guests to munch on before dinner parties, this is my go to appetizer. It takes about 5 minutes to prepare and less than 15 minutes before it is eaten by your guests! It only takes four ingredients which includes, fresh mozzarella, roma or caprise tomatoes, Herbs De Provence, and extra virgin olive oil. I often will set out gluten free crackers to eat with it. And confession time…this is my oldest daughters favorite snack. When I have fresh mozzarella in the fridge, I will...
These Red White and Blue Strawberries will delight guests at your picnics, parties and gatherings this weekend! They are simple to make, beautiful to look at and tasty to eat, oh, and Patriotic too! Enjoy!Ingredients24 StrawberiesDark Chocolate Melting Wafers (or 2 cups semi sweet chocolate chips melted with 1 Tbsp. spectrum shortening)White Chocolate Melting Wafers (or 1 1/2 cups white chocolate chips melted with 1 Tbsp. spectrum shortening) Blue Sprinkles GFM Tip: If you don’t have blue sprinkles, no worries! You can make them. Take coarse white sugar sprinkles and add 1-2 drops of blue food coloring and mix. Add more food coloring as necessary to achieve desired color. You can buy any color sprinkle your hearts desire is at http://www.layercakeshop.com/ .DirectionsLine a large...
Mama gets lots of requests for recipes for coatings for fried foods like zucchini chicken, mozzarella cheese, and etc. Everyone enjoys fried food, and once and a while we say why not? Of course, we are not saying indulge everyday, but on occasionally, or on special days it is okay to enjoy a delicious fried food. Both of Mama’s All-Purpose Gluten Free Flours, Mama’s Almond Blend and Mama’s Coconut Blend work great for coating fried foods.
Gluten Free Appetizers and Side Dishes I am always thinking of easy to make appetizers to serve at parties. We need quick and easy appetizers so we can focus on the important things like visiting with our guests. This is one of my favorite go-to appetizers and is always a hit among guests.
Gluten Free Snack Bucket is a simple way to give your gluten free child the freedom to choose healthy snacks for school lunches and after school! It’s easy to prepare, and only takes about an hour every couple of weeks to stock it up. Back to School is here and if you are like me, you are ready for routine! I love summer, but I think I love routine more. Now I am gearing up for the school year again. Luckily, our school that my 10 year old Celiac, Lexie, goes to now serves gluten free lunches, due to several kids in the school having similar issues. However, it is still more affordable for us to send her to school...
Mama’s Gluten Free Granola ~ Delicious Back to School Snack for School age and College age students, Great for breakfast for all ages, & delicious on the go snack for traveling or during breaks at work. Mama’s Gluten Free Granola recipe is great for serving with yogurt for a quick and healthy morning breakfast for your school aged children or for you! You can add M & M’s to it and it makes a perfect mid-morning or afternoon snack for your kiddos.
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.
A group of gluten free food bloggers and I teamed up to bring you a bunch of gluten free side dishes and a few desserts that you can make for your Thanksgiving Table. Food writers and bloggers like myself work hours and hours trying to perfect recipes just so you and I can enjoy them.
It took me three years to convert Grandma Bette’s recipe to gluten free so that Lexie and I can enjoy it too. The first year and second year it did not get Grandma Bette’s seal of approval. She said it was good but too dry. This final recipe, she said I nailed it by adding a little more butter and a little less flour.
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
Gluten Free Mama’s Gluten Free Pretzel Toffee with Glutino Pretzels has got to be hands down the best candy to serve, give away as gifts and eat at Christmas time! Today I am going to share with you my updated version to this recipe. It is featured in my second cookbook, In the Kitchen with Gluten Free Mama
Gluten Free Mama’s delicious Banana Applesauce Streusel Muffins make for a delicious light breakfast or mid-morning snack. The banana and applesauce are a natural sweetener to these muffins and the streusel topping will delight the taste buds. I made a batch up and between my children, all teenagers and their
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....