Readers Recommend: Gluten Free/Dairy Free Foods

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I received this comment from High Country Mom Tiffany, and thought we could call on the readers to suggest some resources for Gluten/Dairy free foods and recipes.  So comment away, High Country Moms and Dads! (Click on the title, then scroll to the bottom.

Michelle, from In the Life of a Child, a bloggy friend of mine, has a collection of GF recipes here: (Click) While you’re there, you must  read some stories about her precious daughter Jacqui!

Do we have any other readers who are going GFDF?.

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Sarah Pinnix is a blogger, vlogger, new media marketing coach, and mom of three. Sarah began blogging in 2007 with Family Life & Faith blog Real Life Blog. She lives near Boone and works a social media specialist for a Non-Profit.


Comments

  1. Since this was my idea, here’s a great Peanut Butter Cookie recipe:

    1 cup of peanut butter (or any other kind of nut butter for that matter)
    1 cup of sugar
    1 egg

    Mix. Place on cookie sheet in rounded spoonsful and bake at 350 for 9 minutes for soft cookies, 11 minutes for firmer cookies.

    Add an extra egg white and 1/2 cup of GFCF chocolate chips for another variation. With this variation, refrigerate for at least 15 minutes before spooning out and baking. Bake for 11 minutes for soft cookies and 15 for firm cookies.

    These cookies are so good my whole family begs me to bake them.

  2. I’ve gone totally vegan but not gluten free. I’ve got tons of vegetarian recipes. Anyone looking for anything in particular? I’ve got a great Chewy Granola Bar recipe on my blog.

  3. Wow, Karen, I didn’t know you were going vegan. I’m definitely going to check out your recipe.

    http://thekimbrodawntreader.blogspot.com

  4. Here’s a recipe from my friend Lessa:

    GF Peanut Butter Cookies

    1 cup peanut butter; organic is fabulous
    1 cup firmly packed brown sugar
    1 large egg
    1 teaspoon baking soda
    ½ c. chocolate chips; optional, of course

    In a small bowl mix together all the ingredients, except chocolate chips, with a wooden spoon. Then when it’s mixed well, add the chocolate chips.
    Drop dough by teaspoonfuls (or tablespoonfuls;) on an ungreased cookie sheet. Don’t flatten them.

    Bake at 350 for about 9 minutes or until puffed and golden. The cookies will be very soft, cool on the cookie sheet for 5 minutes; then take cookies from sheets to cool completely.

  5. I would love to have the chewy granola bar recipe. I could not find it on your blog:(

  6. Thanks…I found it on yhe blog than as well. They look yummy!

  7. Thanks…I found it on the blog than as well. They look yummy!

  8. LOWES FOOD has the Betty Crocker gluten-free mixes! They are $3.79- we tried the brownies last night and they are great!