Crustless Mini Quiches {gluten-free}

Gluten Free Mini Quiche

At my first family party after I found out I had celiac’s disease, I quickly realized what I was going to miss the most.. my Aunt Sheila’s mini quiches. She has made these little beauties ever since I can remember for all of our family get togethers. I decided then and there that her mini quiches needed to be my next gluten free project. With just a few quick changes, I was able to make […]


Indian Bridal Sugar Cookies

Indian Bridal Sugar Cookies

How in the world do I keep getting in these long stretches of not blogging? Definitely not okay people! I promise I’m going to strive to be a better, more regular blogger. Although I do realize I’ve said that the last five posts (but who’s counting?)… So we’ll see. But baking and blogging really does make me a happier person. I love looking back at my old posts and seeing what I’ve made and the […]


Baked Oatmeal Cups


  Yes, I still exist, I promise. I’ve been cooking/baking the past few weeks and have selfishly been depriving you of what I’ve been making. There have indeed been pictures on Facebook. But they’re the ones from my cell phone when it’s 11pm at night and the lighting is so atrocious that my food looks yellow. Not blog worthy. (Even though I plan on posting the picture from my cell phone anyways.. don’t judge). Then I […]


In a nutshell: Gluten-Free at the United Center


If you know me at all, then you’ll see that this post is very fitting as it involves hockey, food, and beer. That’s right people.. we’re talking about eating gluten free at a Blackhawks game. I love going to Blackhawks games at the United Center so when I was diagnosed with Celiac disease I was a little bummed. There’s nothing better than watching hockey with a nice cold beer in your hand while chowing down on a Sweet Baby […]


Gluten-free Rice Krispies Trees


Since gluten-free baking with flours is still mildly terrifying to me, I’ve been concentrating on making desserts that don’t require gluten whatsoever… peanut butter cups, macarons, buckeyes, etc. My grandma stopped over at our house a few days after Thanksgiving she brought me her Family Circle magazine to show us a buckeye recipe since she knew it was gluten free. Glancing through the magazine, I found another recipe that was calling for a gluten-free transformation. […]


In a Nutshell: 2013 Holiday Gift Guide for the Gluten-Free Foodie


So I decided that I needed a day to rant and rave about whatever I wanted. Restaurant-related, gluten-related, life-related, I-don’t-even-know-what-related. Whatever. Seeing as this is my blog, I figured why not here? So from now on… Fridays are going to be my I’m going to talk about whatever I want and hopefully you guys will still listen to me day also known as the new Friday segment “In a nutshell.” You see what I did there? I sincerely hope someone […]



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