Chocolate Swirled Pumpkin Pie

Just when you thought pumpkin pie couldn’t get any better! Gluten free vegan chocolate swirled pumpkin pie. It’s the classic pumpkin pie with a chocolate twist!

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Churro Waffles with Chocolate, Strawberry & Caramel Dipping Sauces

Courtesy: Tina, Just Putzing Around the Kitchen     For my 30th birthday two months ago, my mother-in-law gave me my first ever waffle iron. It’s a gorgeous black/chrome, double-decker machine that lets me make two belgium waffles at a time. Twice the deliciousness in half the time! I’m afraid she’s created a bit of a monster, because having this Read more…

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pizza crackers

Courtesy: Sarah, Sarah Bakes Gluten-Free Tomatoes, garlic, oregano and basil. A crispy, gluten free cracker that has all the herbs and flavors of a slice of pizza. Yes, please! With school starting next week, my mind has gone straight to school lunch mode. What snacks to pack for my kids? Store bought may be easy, Read more…

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SERIOUSLY CELIAC DISEASE CAMPAIGN WITH NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR CELIAC AWARENESS | Erica, Celiac & Coffee Enthusiast

Article by Erica Dermer, Celiac and the Beast SERIOUSLY? SERIOUSLY. Celiac disease is a SERIOUS autoimmune disease. But why aren’t we taken seriously? Seriously!?!? Is it because we don’t have a drug (yet)? Is it because the only thing keeping us healthy is a food? Is it because the gluten-free trend is full of fad dieters who Read more…

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The face of celiac disease | Brynne, Hungry Girl

Article courtesy of Brynne Cramer, Gluten Free Hungry Gal After putting some thought into it, I’ve determined I’m the face of celiac disease. And so are you (if you have celiac disease, of course). My point is, celiac disease has many faces. You can’t look at someone and tell they have celiac disease, which can be a blessing or a curse. Read more…

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What is Celiac Disease? | NFCA

Article courtesy: National Foundation of Celiac Awareness What is Celiac Disease? Celiac disease is an autoimmune digestive disease that damages the villi of the small intestine and interferes with absorption of nutrients from food. What does this mean? Essentially the body is attacking itself every time a person with celiac consumes gluten. Do you have Read more…

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