This is a recipe that I have a pretty interesting history with. When Steve & I were planning our wedding, he said that the only detail he cared about was having bacon at the reception. My mom’s best friend was catering for us, and she suggested these bacon chicken bites as a good option.
I immediately went home and made them because they sounded so good – and they were. We even have a small bacon grease smudge on our marriage certificate from the pastor eating one before signing it (don’t worry, we don’t mind).
I get this backpacking magazine in the mail every month. Not because I plan on going on any woodsy trips in the near future, but because it’s something I’ve done in the past and I like planning trips for the future. So, a couple months back there was this breakfast recipe, with complete instructions for cooking it, dehydrating it, and then rehydrating it on the trail. Obviously, most of us don’t have a regular need for dehydrated meals, so I decided to change the recipe up quite a bit and make an eat-it-while-it’s-hot version.
If you’ve spent very much time around either me or Cara, you know the joy that is a mouthful of warm Lasse cookie. Cara shared that recipe and the story behind it last year.
This past Sunday, I was really craving them. So I set out to make a gluten free Lasse cookie recipe. The end result was pretty close to the real thing if Steve & Cara are to be believed.
Here’s what you’ll need:
When I was growing up, one of my favorite fall treats was this Chex snack mix that my mom made. At least, I remember it as a fall treat. It might have been something that she made all the time.
Anyway, the recipe is on the side of the Chex mix box, but it has several things (wheat Chex, pretzels, bagel chips) that include wheat. So I decided to modify it…
Now that it’s getting chillier outside and the leaves are starting to fall, it’s the perfect time for a hot bowl of soup. One of the toughest things for me about being gluten free has always been soup.
My sister texted me a few weeks ago that I absolutely had to try Udi’s gluten free tortillas, so I headed over to Whole Food’s, but I couldn’t find them! I did, however, find this pita bread made by MyBread.