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Are Oats Gluten Free? Limit Consumption? Avoid Completely?

Oats are naturally gluten free; however, oats commonly contain gluten, possibly as much as 10%. Gluten grains may grow in nearby fields. Then when the seeds blow over to the oat crops, they grow together. In addition, transportation vehicles and processing equipment may contain remnants of gluten-containing grains. You may also enjoy: Gluten Sensitivity and […]

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Copycat Gluten Free Trios Girl Scout Cookies (Flourless)

After tasting the new Trios Gluten Free Girl Scout Cookies, I knew those who were not able to find them in their area would have to taste these amazing cookies. I got right on it today. After several tweaks on baking times, height of dough, amount of invert sugar and butter, I finally did it. […]

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How to Make Invert Sugar: The Secret to Moist Cookies

I am interested in making a copycat recipe of the Gluten Free Trios that some of the girl scout troops are selling this year. The Trios are just amazing cookies! However, I noticed that one of the ingredients is invert sugar (the consistency of high fructose corn syrup, but different). It keeps baked goods moist […]

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Gluten Free Girl Scout Cookies 2015 Review

I am pleased to announce that the 2014 – 2015 cookie season includes two gluten free offerings. The cookies are part of a pilot program and are only available through participating councils while supplies last. Gluten Free Trios Gluten Free Girl Scout Cookies The Girl Scouts have two separate companies that do their baking for them. The one […]

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Gluten Free Chocolate Souffle

Today is National Chocolate Souffle Day! Who can resist? Not me! Souffles have a bad wrap for being difficult to make, but they aren’t. I wouldn’t advise poking them with a toothpick, but they are fairly easy. Just be sure to beat those egg whites, as instructed. With chocolate, you really can’t do any wrong. […]

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Red Quinoa Salad with Pomegranate Vinaigrette

If you’ve been wondering about the difference between golden and red quinoa, there is none, other than the color. In this red quinoa salad, I chose the red variety just to add more color. It’s easy to throw together. You don’t even need a recipe, but I did write down everything so you’d have some […]

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Spiced Gluten Free Carrot Cake Recipe

I really needed a smaller size carrot cake, as my famous Gluten Free Carrot Cake Recipe is a bit too much for us lately. Using a 9-inch round pan versus an 8-inch makes for a lower cake, which fools us psychologically into thinking we’re still having a large piece. The main thing I changed in this new […]

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Gluten Free Carrot Apple Soup

The healthiest way to consume carbs is through vegetables and fruit. This sweet potato carrot apple soup is a perfect and delicious example. Plus, it will keep you warm on cold winter days. Ad PrintGluten Free Carrot Apple Soup Rating: 51 Yield: Makes 6 bowls of soup A sweet carrot apple soup to warm you […]

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Gluten Free Sausage and Peppers Sub

On a cold winter day, you tend to reach or crave for comfort food. What better comfort food is there besides a gluten free sausage and peppers sub on amazing gluten free bread? Schar offers some amazing products. This recipe can be made even simpler if you purchase ready-made pizza sauce. However, you can make […]

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