Though I’m not a fan of bananas or banana bread, my husband loves his Nana’s banana bread recipe. This summer, when we had some bananas that were ripe enough, we baked a loaf. It wasn’t gluten free, so I didn’t try it, but my husband, Cara, and her husband all approved.
One of my favorite food-related memories (yes, I have a separate category for food memories) from my childhood is my mother baking whole chickens in the oven. They cooked for hours, and it made the whole house smell delightfully savory. Then my mother would set them out to cool for a while before picking the chicken off the bone.
That’s where I came in, sneaking bites here and there of the warm, moist chicken. Especially the dark chicken. Mmmm.
My mother frowned on this practice, since she didn’t want my fingers all over the chicken and didn’t want me spoiling my appetite, but she usually still let me eat more than was probably good for me. She’s a good mother.
I thought I’d pick something extra delicious for my first review after the sabbatical. When I came across this Betty Crocker gluten free box mix, I knew I’d struck gold!
Like their other gluten free cake mixes, this Devil’s Food Cake didn’t disappoint. It was simple to mix, easy to bake, and tasted just like any other cake.
I can’t believe it’s already June – time for another gluten free review!
I’ve reviewed a lot of snack foods and deserts, so I thought I’d find something a little more substantial. Steve & I eat a lot of asian food because it’s easy to make gluten free, so when I was picking up some soy sauce last week, I noticed this boxed meal with a helpful little gluten free label right on the front of the box.
Remember in my Easter 2014 post when I said I started working on a new recipe post around midnight? Well,
When I’m traveling by car or even by plane for very long, I like to stock up on snacks for the trip. Since becoming gluten free, it’s been a little more difficult for me to find good snacks for long trips. Here are some snacks that work well for me. Some of these are specifically gluten free, and some of them are just naturally gluten free.