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Strawberry Limeade Slushies

Strawberry Limeade Slushie

We’re not quite ready to let go of summer just yet and with back-to-school season in full swing, we hunted for a recipe that reminds us of summer while being a drink that the entire family could enjoy. Summer is the best time to bust out the blender for some serious smoothies but if you… Read More »

8 Recipes for Better Gluten Free Snacking

8 Gluten Free Snack Recipes

  We’re all looking for better, healthier ways to satisfy those between-meal hunger hankerings without reaching for a bag of chips or baked good. Even if you reach for a granola bar, the pre-packaged stuff is often filled with so much extra stuff that you’re not much better off than the cookie that you actually… Read More »

Margherita Pizza Popcorn

Margherita Pizza Popcorn from 479 Degrees

Founder Jean Arnold started 479° with the mission of creating high-quality, organic, and healthful popcorn inspired by flavors from around the world but using local, organic, and natural ingredients whenever possible. The result is a line of utterly delicious flavors like Heirloom Popcorn & Sea Salt, Sea Salt Caramel, Toasted Coconut Caramel, and Black Truffle &… Read More »

Last Minute Gluten Free Labor Day Recipes

Last Minute Gluten Free Labor Day Recipes

If you’ve been enjoying relaxation of a long weekend only to realize that you have to make something for a Labor Day cookout tomorrow, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! We dug deep into our archives to find 14 Labor Day-worthy recipes from some of our favorite food bloggers that just happen to be gluten… Read More »

Fish Taco Bowls

Fish Taco Bowls

If you’re on the Taco Tuesday bandwagon like us, mix things up this week by unwrapping your favorite fish taco from it’s shell. Lindsay transforms her fish tacos from something handheld into a fork-friendly “taco bowl” with healthy, satisfying, and filling layers. Nutty, whole grain brown rice serves as the base for this bowl and… Read More »

Curried Quinoa and Asparagus Salad

Curried Quinoa and Asparagus Salad

On busy weeknights, we’re looking for convenient, easy, and healthful meals that help us use up everything we have in the fridge. Instead of relying on old stand-bys, take a cue from Emilie in this Curried Quinoa and Asparagus Salad which started out as a “clean out the fridge” project and ended up as something… Read More »

Spicy Baked Sweet Potato Fries

Baked Sweet Potato Fries

Laurie’s “sure bet” recipe is a godsend for anyone who’s ever tried to bake their fries and ended up with soggy potato strips. By soaking the sliced sweet potatoes before they are seasoned and baked, the fries lose some of their water-retaining starch and end up crispy and golden. The little kick comes from the… Read More »

Cheesecake Stuffed Peaches

Cheesecake Stuffed Peaches

There’s no “factory” behind this cheesecake recipe. In fact, you’re probably better off with a spoon than a fork for this one. Carla simplifies the seemingly daunting task of tackling a homemade cheesecake with a simple yet ingenious change of the cooking vessel. Instead of baking the filling in a crust-lined pan, she uses halved… Read More »

Watermelon Mojito

Watermelon Mojito

As the summer winds down, we’re looking for any way possible to hold onto the warmth and this drink is pure sunshine in a glass. We’re big fans of adding fresh fruit to cocktails because it can turn something like a basic mojito into a seasonally special drink. (blackberry or cranberry, anyone?). At this time… Read More »

Brazilian Grilled Flank Steak

Brazilian Grilled Flank Steak

As the summer starts to wind down, we’re all looking for ways to get the most out of our grill. With this recipe, you can take a trip to Brazil from the comfort of your own backyard. Brazilian cuisine is known for its plethora of expertly-grilled meats (namely beef) served with the ubiquitous condiment known… Read More »

Zucchini Ribbons with Feta, Olives, and Pine Nuts

Zucchini Ribbons with Feta, Olives and Pine Nuts

Pasta night will always have a special place in our hearts – even with pasta that’s only masquerading as such! Zucchini is surprisingly easy to manipulate into a decent semblance of pasta and with the abundance packing farm stands and gardens, it’s time to get unique in using them. While it is common to treat… Read More »

Gluten Free Blueberry Buttermilk Scones

Gluten Free Blueberry Buttermilk Scones

No better time than the present to bake up that abundance of summer fruit! And thanks to Britt’s hard work, this recipe presents a perfectly-ratio’ed, multi-grained opportunity to do so. 3 parts flour : 1 part fat: 1 part liquid: 1 part eggs are the ticket to hearty, whole grain scones with a lightly crisp… Read More »

Hawaiian Salmon Poke

Hawaiian Salmon Poke

You don’t have to leave the mainland for a taste of island cuisine! As the newest state in the Union, Hawaii has a rich cultural and culinary past as a crossroads of East and West. Poke (pronounced poh-keh) is one such delicious result. Love sushi, but don’t love the effort involved? Get your raw fish… Read More »

Smoked Paprika Chicken Cobb Salad

Smoked Paprika Chicken Cobb Salad

Known for its bold flavors and recognizable ingredients (avocado, onion, tomato, egg, bacon, blue cheese), the cobb salad has been a restaurant staple since the ’30s. With a modern and healthy twist, this version cuts the bacon and blue cheese, but introduces so much extra flavor with smoked paprika on chicken, that the other things… Read More »

Gluten Free Chocolate Almond Biscotti

Gluten Free Chocolate Almond Biscotti

The beauty of Lee’s gluten free biscotti lies in its simplicity. While there is this crazy assumption that biscotti (let alone ones that are gluten free) are fussy and difficult to make, this recipe proves that it’s not. The name biscotti comes from the Latin word biscoctus, meaning twice baked. To make it extra-crunchy, the… Read More »