Quinoa Tabbouleh

Nobody likes to heat up the kitchen in summer, and often times I find myself whipping up a cool but hearty quinoa tabbouleh salad, and passing a plate of something to grill over to the capable grill master.

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Simple Cucumber Salad

This Simple Cucumber Salad is packed with crunchy, fresh-from-the-garden flavor. It’s one of my favorite summer side dishes, perfect with grilled meats, fish or pasta.

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maple walnut blondies

Courtesy: Sarah Bakes Gluten-Free I will never forget the first recipe I made from the Better Homes and Gardens Cookbook. It was actually the first thing I baked, from start to finish, completely on my own. Blondies. I remember them being like a brownie, but without the chocolate. A blond brownie, with a deep brown sugar flavor. Same Read more…

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Pistachio Chocolate Chip Powerballs

Try this recipe for Pistachio Chocolate Chip Protein Powerballs from KC the G-Free Foodie. Make no mistake about it, we love powerballs. These Pistachio Chocolate Chip Powerballs are supercharged goodness in a two-bite sized package, perfect before a workout, as a nighttime nibble or to get out of a 3pm slump! My kiddo loves them too, and I Read more…

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Maple Nut Protein Powerballs

Try this recipe for Maple Nut Protein Powerballs from KC the G-Free Foodie. Make no mistake about it, my family is nuts for powerballs. Also called bliss balls (and a number of other names) – they’re supercharged goodness in a two-bite sized package, perfect before a workout, as a nighttime nibble or to get out of Read more…

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coconutty granola

Courtesy: Sarah, Sarah Bakes Gluten-Free Homemade granola for breakfast. Homemade granola for a late night snack. It is always a good time to enjoy a bowl of homemade granola. Always. We go through a lot of granola in our house and I honestly never buy the store-bought kind. It’s way too easy to make. Seriously, Read more…

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