Instant Pot Cheat Sheet and Our Best Recipes
This Instant Pot Cheat Sheet will help you with basic cooking times for everyday food. When you are short on time and would like to cook a hearty family meal, Instant Pot is the way to go. There are several advantages to using an Instant Pot. The food cooks at a fraction of the time, you can walk away after starting the Instant Pot, and some studies have shown that food cooked in an Instant Pot retains more nutrients than cooking it on the stovetop or in the oven. #instantpot
Cheesy Buffalo Turkey Acorn Squash Bowls
With only a few ingredients you can convert leftover turkey into the most delicious stuffed acorn squash dish. The squash is filled with the tastiest cheesy buffalo style turkey stuffing and then baked melding all the flavours together. Just imagine turkey chunks with most flavourful spiced up gooey cheese sauce. #squash #turkey
Easy Gluten-Free Hot Dog Buns - Only Gluten Free Recipes
These gluten-free hot dog buns are soft, perfect for hot dogs, sausages or make them into buns for your favourite burgers. This is a super versatile dough!
Baked Tuna Melt Jalapeño Poppers (Keto, Gluten-Free)
Baked tuna melt jalapeño poppers are a perfect appetizer, especially when you are hosting a crowd. The peppers are stuffed with deliciously cheesy tuna filling using two types of cheese, red onion, herbs, pickles and fresh lemon juice and they are served hot. I used Jalapeños because they are mild to moderately spicy, so the heat from the peppers does not overpower the tasty stuffing. Although these poppers are mostly served as appetizers, I love them as a snack. If you are following the…
Collard Greens Tomato and Garlic Rice
Stay on top of tasty rice delights with healthy collard greens, tomatoes, and garlic. This vegetarian side is loaded with super nutrients such as vitamin A, K, C, Calcium and is also high in fiber. Collard greens make a nice change to kale or cabbage
Crispy Cauliflower Bites and Dip Appetizer
This is a simple gluten free appetizer made with cauliflower. The cauliflower is roasted and has a crispy coating made of parmesan cheese and herbs. The dip is simple, making this an easy gluten free appetizer. Thinking of a healthy snack? Try the cauliflower bites, but make sure you make plenty, they are addictive! Serve with or without dip
Gluten-Free Pumpkin Bread
This is a wonderful bread to make during the cooler weather months when there is plenty of fresh pumpkins available. I always use fresh pumpkin, just peel, chop, steam and place in a food processor. Pumpkin puree freezes well for future use. This delicious gluten-free pumpkin bread also makes a yummy toast, just add your favourite nut butter, cheese or jam.
Gluten-Free, Nut-Free Quinoa Granola Bars
You can’t beat the fresh taste of homemade Gluten-Free, Nut-Free, Quinoa Granola Bars. This granola bar recipe is made with quinoa and is super simple to make at a fraction of the cost of ones in the stores. The healthy granola bar is wonderful for school lunches, travelling or just as a pick me up snack. This is a delicious, allergy-friendly snack for everyone!
Gluten Free Blueberry Walnut Squares
Here is an easy gluten-free blueberry walnut square recipe! This healthy snack or dessert is made up with layers of walnut crumble, custard-like filling and fresh blueberries. The beauty of this recipe it is also grain-free. For me, this blueberry walnut square is a nice way to start a day. Oh, I forgot to tell you the kids love it!
Gluten-Free Banana Chocolate Chip Bread
Do you love banana bread? Here is a recipe for gluten-free banana chocolate chip bread that is a true winner! This simple to make sweet bread is made with coconut oil, maple syrup, plenty of bananas, carrots and chocolate chips. Combination of these ingredients adds a rich and delicious flavour to this hearty bread. Serve as a snack for lasting energy
Gluten Free Wildly Rich Chocolate Walnut Pie
Easy Gluten-Free Wildly Rich Chocolate Walnut Pie. This chocolate dessert tastes like a mousse, creamy, chocolaty, and so good!. This gluten-free dessert is one of those blender recipes. All you do is add everything into a blender and then bake. For this recipe, you will need only nine ingredients. Because the entire dessert is made in a blender, the clean up is super easy. This pie is made with pure cocoa, walnuts and coconut flour, making this pie also grain-free. To sweeten this dessert…
Coleslaw In Light Coconut Dressing With Mint
This coleslaw salad has a light and creamy dressing mildly flavoured with mint. Serve as a starter or as a side with your meal. The refreshing cabbage salad is packed with vitamin C and is high in fiber. Including cabbage in your diet will promote healthy weight
Mushrooms Stuffed With Chicken And Goat Cheese
These mushrooms are stuffed with deliciously spiced chicken and goat cheese. This appetizer is simple to make and can be done a day in advance. Bring to room temperature before baking
Gluten Free Barbecue Sauce
Whether you are grilling on a barbecue or baking in the oven, this finger-licking delicious gluten-free barbecue sauce will add authentic, robust flavour to chicken or ribs or your favourite veggies. This award winning gluten free barbecue sauce is also low in fat and takes only minutes to whip up. Enjoy!
Gluten Free Quinoa Rhubarb Apple Crisp
This easy to make delicious breakfast crisp is made with apples, rhubarb, and cinnamon. The crispy topping is made with quinoa, millet, and nuts. Served warm or cold with a scoop of coconut vanilla yogurt or just as is
Walnut And Fig Healthy Energy Bar
This walnut and fig healthy energy bar is a gluten-free snack we can enjoy any time of the day. Do you know that feeling when you’re hungry (and maybe hangry), and there is no food to be had anywhere for miles? Or perhaps instead, you’re feeling sluggish in the afternoon and want something to give you energy but don’t want to eat a food high in sugar. Either way, I have the perfect solution — it’s this gluten-free walnut and fig healthy energy bar recipe. I don’t know about you, but I…