Stirring squash into gluten-free oatmeal is a sure way to jazz up your breakfast routine. The secret to a creamy bowl without the long morning simmer is to soak steel-cut oats overnight.
Serve these bite-size gluten-free hors doeuvres at your next get-together and watch them disappear. For a varied appetizer, mix up your fillings. Try a combination of Egg Salad, Faux Tuna Salad and Tomato Chutney with Ginger.
A marshmallow-like filling sandwiched between two small chocolate cookies offers up a play of textures and sweetness. Whether your children prefer the fluff, the cookie or both, these are sure to please. The assembled cookies are best enjoyed the first day.
These gluten-free biscuits are called drop because you spoon the batter (or drop it) onto a baking sheet rather than cutting the dough into circles. Theyre easy to whip up and serve with your favorite batch of soup. Make them to your liking.
Nearly 30 years ago, celebrated gluten-free cookbook author Carol Fenster noticed her sinus infections were getting more frequent and more debilitating. The skin under her eyes was puffy and swollen and the constant congestion and trouble breathing, which was worse lying down, made her sleep fitful. Eventually, Fenster, who doesnt have celiac disease, cut out all wheat and gluten and her chronic sinus problems virtually disappeared.
In late July, youll find an exciting new product on supermarket shelvesgluten-free Cheerios. Youll know its arrived when you see the Simply Made Gluten Free logo on the lower right of the box. At this point, only a gluten-free version will be sold, so therell be no confusion about picking up the right box.
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