Smoothies have become a huge part of my life so I’ll be posting “recipes” that I think are easy and delicious. If you have a suggestion, please don’t hesitate to share. Sunrise Smoothie: 1 cup of orange juice (I used tropicana, no pulp) 1/2 cup of straw berries 1/3 cup of pine apple 1/4 cup… Continue reading Sunrise Smoothie
I’ve been on the hunt for new snacks and I have noticed this particular item in a few stores but I have been reluctant to try it but I’m glad I took the chance. It comes in milk chocolate and white chocolate versions. I adore this because it has a good crunch, not too hard… Continue reading Gratify GF – Milk Chocolate covered Pretzels – Review
Had a long day at work today and was feeling a bit low on energy when I got in so a smoothie was the perfect addition to my dinner. Measurements are average. I use a Hamilton Beach Single Serve Blender. I used frozen fruit from Trader Joes: 2 parts raspberry, blue berry and strawberry mix… Continue reading What I ate today: Smoothie
Since I started this gluten free journey, I’ve seen a lot change not only in the world of food and fitness but how people perceive food. The unfortunate reality is that the GL industry has started to take off and it’s become marred by the same non-sense in the regular food market. The main issue… Continue reading Gluten Free versus…
This was breakfast: 100% raw coconut water with a gluten free oats and honey bar.
Found this great visual reference on the internet. Especially helpful if you’re teaching your little ones to set the table or if it’s been a long time since you’ve pulled out all the fancy China. Since I rarely set the table anymore, I need to save this for the one day I may need to.
Don’t be too sad; yes, this is going to require a major change of pace but it’s entirely possible and it’s not all cardboard tasting food and loads of protein. You can have a great variety of food to satisfy all palates and still maintain a gluten-free lifestyle. The first thing you need to do… Continue reading So you have Celiac Disease, now what?