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Gluten Free Snack and Party Foods

Fall is upon us again and so the parties begin: Halloween… Thanksgiving… Christmas and New Years. So many parties, so much food to research to stay safe and gluten-free. Everyone’s always asking “what can we bring” or “what can I have on hand?” So I finally got around to making a single sheet handout list of […]

Gluten Free Recipe: Cheesy Pizza Puffs

Ah, the Pizza Puff. Delectable little pillows of cheesy comfort that are a favorite of kids and adults alike. These springy little cushions of Gluten Free Goodness are a party favorite!  They’re super easy to whip up so they’re great for kid’s sleepovers, watching football with dad, or just a yummy little snack for a rainy […]

Gluten Free Super Bowl Party Food – YUM!

Okay, so as loyal readers may have noticed I’m not much of a frou-frou cook. If there are more than 20 ingredients in a recipe and I’m usually OUT! Simple and easy yet tasty is my motto. Especially when I’m preparing for a party. So for food-oriented parties like the Super Bowl, I like to […]

Gluten Free Popcorn and Seasonings

Our little community is having a Magic Show for the kids in the park this weekend. Fun! So when they asked for volunteers, I quickly offered to be in charge of refreshments. This way I can make the treats mainstream, kid friendly and gluten free so our son can enjoy treats along with all the […]

Kernel Encore Popcorn – Gluten Free Snacks!

When looking for a gluten-free snack option for a party our son was hosting, I decided to check out a local popcorn store I pass once a week, Kernel Encore. Knowing they have over 200 flavors of popcorn, including several with cookies and pretzels, I mistakenly thought there was no way I could be safely […]

Gluten Free Pigs in Blankets

A few days ago we went to a dear friend’s house for a super-swanky New Year’s party. Her father owns a FABULOUS four-star italian restaurant (or is it five stars…? I can never remember which is the best). So the food was to die for. Well, that’s what I was told anyway. My husband was […]