This Cajun-style gluten free stuffing is enhanced with wild rice and pecans. Savory, nutty and just a little sweet, it’s perfect for a Thanksgiving feast. My family has been making some version of this recipe every year since I was a little girl. Growing up, I thought all stuffing was made with cornbread! This gluten-free version is dressed up with sausage, almost a meal in itself. My whole family looks forward to it every Thanksgiving.
My kids’ favorite part of this recipe was mashing up the banana. They had a hard time taking turns – no one wanted to share this fun and messy task. Once the banana was smooth, we stirred in some Once Again Peanut Butter, Once Again Killer Bee Honey, coconut oil, and flaked coconut. Both my kiddos wanted to put a pinch of salt in – good thing they have tiny fingers!
These little allergy-friendly frozen treats would be perfect for snacking on while you watch your favorite holiday movie with a cup of steaming allergy-friendly hot chocolate (which you can make by heating up your favorite allergy-friendly milk-style beverage and stirring in one Enjoy Life Foods’ Baking Chocolate Snack Pack until it is melted. Perfection!)
For about 6 months my family has been dairy-free (and we’ve been gluten-free for ages), so I always look forward to checking out all the growing dairy-free frozen dessert options. When I saw Luna & Larry’s Coconut Bliss Cinnamon Chocolate Fusion frozen dessert I knew I had to try it. “A spirited embrace of warm cinnamon and rich chocolate”...count me in! If you have never had cinnamon and chocolate together, you are truly missing out. The cinnamon adds this depth and complexity to the chocolate that you never knew you were missing.
A great way to change up your grill routine are San-J’s gluten-free sauces and marinades. They have an entire gluten free Asian themed grilling party menu, full of interesting and delicious recipes like Summer Herb Seafood Szechuan Salad, Grilled Mongolian Flank Steak, and a Thai Peanut Pasta Salad! Every San-J grilling recipe is great, but one stands out in particular for its unusualness and its incredible taste: the dessert! Sticking with the Asian theme, I was super excited to try San-J’s recipe for Tamari Ice Cream with Toasted Pecans and Marshmallows, and trust me, it did not disappoint.
When I was 12 years old, my family moved to the sunny “Land of Enchantment,” known to outsiders as the state of New Mexico. Our state question is “Red or Green?”, referring to chilies. Both red and green chiles are both a big part of the culture in our local community – any in our pantry. My family members are green chile fanatics. But I like to put a vote in for red chiles when…