Easy Stovetop Gluten Free Chicken Braciole

Braciole is a dish popular in Southern Italy such as Sicily. It is either spelled braciole or braciola. Most Italians use beef; however, when using chicken, it is pounded and stuffed with your favorite ingredients. In this case, I used prosciutto, spinach, and Mozarella cheese. You can use Mozarella or Parmesan. Whatever you used as a stuffing, I hope you and your guests enjoy it. Continue reading

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Gluten Free Diet and Celiac Supplements Giveaway – CeliAct

If you follow a strict gluten-free diet and are still experiencing low levels of energy and digestive issues, Gluten-Free Diet Support may be the right supplement for you. If you are intolerant to gluten or have celiac disease and your body went through the dreadful digestive destruction commonly associated with these diseases and conditions, you may need this supplement. One of its ingredients alone helps rebuild a healthy gut. 

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Carob, Chocolate or Chocolate Chip Gluten Free Oat Crepes

These crepes are simply amazing! I enjoyed making these gluten free oat crepes by halving the recipe and adding finely chopped carob chips (you can use any gluten free chocolate or chips) to part of the batter. To the other portion of the batter I added 3/8 to 1/2 cup of homemade ganache. Then I used the remaining ganache to spread on some of the crepes, along with peanut butter and sliced strawberries. To die for! What makes these crepes a healthy choice is that they are made without the use of high-carb white starch or gums. All you need is gluten free oat flour or ground oats. Enjoy.
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Gluten Free Basmati Rice Recipe – Indian (Mild or Spicy)

I adore Indian food; therefore, you’ll always find a Gluten Free Indian Recipes on this site. I usually make spicy Indian rice, but this basmati rice recipe can be made mild or spicy. If you have children or your digestive tract is still healing, a mild version is ideal. Either way, this rice is full of authentic Indian flavorful and color. Enjoy! Continue reading

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INBar Diabetic Vegan Gluten Free Low Carb Bars Giveaway

If you are intolerant to gluten and diabetic, you’ll appreciate knowing INBar, gluten free low carb bars, were made for you in mind. Read our review of each flavor and learn about the bars at INBar Review. Then come back to this page and enter this giveaway. To enter once just do step number 1 below. If you wish to enter more than once do any of the other steps and be sure to submit separate comments for each step completed. Good luck! Continue reading

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Gluten Free Low Carb Bars (INBar) Review

The INBar by INBalance Health Corp, is not only gluten free, but completely allergen-free and contains NO corn, soy, nuts, dairy, eggs or wheat. It’s also great to know the INBar is USDA Organic, Kosher, 100% Non-GMO Certified and Vegan! I’m super excited they have created a gluten free bar made for diabetics. So many of you with celiac disease also have diabetes. INBalance just released six new flavors of the INBar. Check below for our reviews (my hubby Steve helped). Then stay tuned in for a giveaway where six winners will receive two of each of the six flavor, for a total of 12 bars. Continue reading

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Gluten Free Crumble or Tart with Blackberry and Apple Filling (with sugar-free and dairy-free options)

A picture tells a thousand words and this gluten free crumble photo is no different. Make this dessert in individual portions or into a tart using a sturdy Gluten Free Shortbread Crust. The filling is not too sweet; therefore, add more sugar to taste. I bet you can even make the filling on your stovetop instead of baking it, which would be perfect for summertime. Enjoy! Continue reading

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Gluten Free Zucchini Pasta with Creamy Garlic Sauce

I have been making an effort to reduce the carbohydrates in my diet. I purchased a Spiral Vegetable Slicer and my first experiment was making zucchini ribbons. Using zucchini pasta instead of high carb rice or corn pasta saves a tremendous amount of carbohydrates. One medium zucchini contains only 6g carbs and 2g fiber. My favorite gluten free brown rice pasta contains 43g carbs and 2g fiber per 1/2 cup of uncooked pasta. If you enjoy zucchini, you will love this dish. I used creamy garlic sauce, but you can use marinara, meat sauce, or pesto. Enjoy! Continue reading

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Gluten Free Chicago Style Pizza with Optional Taco Filling

The different between deep-dish and Chicago-style pizza is that Chicago style is made with the cheese and meat directly on the crust. Then they are topped with sauce. If you desire, you can also sprinkle some grated Parmesan or Romano on the top of the sauce. Deep-dish pizza is made the traditional way with the sauce added to the crust first.

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The recipe below is a gluten free Chicago style pizza with a chicken taco filling. I hope you enjoy this as much as we did. (Note: the photo represents a crust with larger amount (1/2 teaspoon) of baking powder, which turned out to be way too much, which caused the crust to be too light, more like a biscuit. I have adjusted it below in the ingredients list.)

If you desire to view additional photos of any of the step, just leave a comment below and I will add them to the recipe. I have quite a few.

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Gluten Free Orange Chicken

Once in awhile, despite my citrus allergies, I crave food like this gluten free orange chicken. I remember ordering way back when, and my husband and I both enjoyed it. I like to live vicariously through him. So, I often watch him eat what I cannot have. He feels bad, but I told him not to at all. I like to cook and watch others enjoy it. I hope you enjoy this recipe as well. Continue reading

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