Oh, I am so excited to share this with you, dear reader! One of my favorite places to go with friends, is a little cafe near our home that serves my favorite dessert, Tres Leche Cake. Tres Leche Cake is a sponge cake soaked in 3 milks which makes it moist and custard like, then […]
When Anna had her first reaction before her first birthday, I found myself stumped with what I could feed her to introduce “chewing” solid foods. Since Cheerios was no longer an option, Baby Mum-Mum’s became our new favorite finger food. They dissolve like a Cheerio. Even as Anna has gotten older still loves these, even […]
Happy Valentines Day everyone! We spent our afternoon decorating our Gluten Free Egg Free Cut Out Sugar Cookies. These were so much fun to make. My friend, Sara, shared her recipe with me that converted really nicely to be Gluten Free & Egg Free. The dough is easy and durable to work with, just don’t […]
All this talk about comfort foods the other day has been making me crave more of my favorites. For the first time in 5 years (since Anna’s diagnosis), I made Tuna Noodle Hot Dish. Pacific foods recently came out with a Cream of Chicken Soup that does not have wheat in the ingredients. Thank you, […]
At 10 months, Anna experienced her first cheerios and teething biscuit. She devoured the biscuit and found a fun, new messy food. A few minutes later is was no longer fun. Her nose suddenly started running, her eyes got puffy and watery, she started coughing persistently. She was having a severe allergic reaction. We […]
Comfort foods are great to repeat over and over in the kitchen. They welcome family and friends. Growing up some of my favorite comfort foods were Tuna Noodle Hotdish, Mom’s Fried Chicken and Chicken & Rice Hotdish. Being from the midwest, comfort foods often times were hotdishes (AKA casserole, for those of you not from […]
This is my homemade pizza sauce recipe that goes well on the Gluten Free Pizza Crust. Now, what toppings will you put on your pizza? 6 T tomato paste2 cans (3 c) tomato sauce1/8 t crushed red pepper flakes1 t dried oregano1 t dried basil1 t dried thyme Cook over low heat for 15 minutes.
Trying to find a frozen pizza that is both gluten free and egg free is a challenge. Amy’s Rice Crust pizza was the only one that I could find that worked for Anna. The downfall is that they cost about $9 per pizza and she only ate a couple of pieces. So when my Mom […]