10 Common symptoms of gluten-intolerance

  The information below was taken from: http://www.bewellbuzz.com/newsroom/news/10-common-symptoms-gluten-intolerance/ More then 55 diseases have been linked to gluten, the protein found in wheat, rye, and barley. It’s estimated that 99% of the people who have either gluten intolerance or celiac disease are never diagnosed 1. Digestive issues such as gas, bloating, diarrhea and even constipation. I see the constipation particularly in children after eating gluten. 2. … Continue reading 10 Common symptoms of gluten-intolerance

Southern Cornbread Stuffing

I love me some stuffing on Thanksgiving! I know it’s not Thanksgiving but maybe the mood strikes you for some stuffing and if it does, try this recipe out now and I’m sure you’ll want to make this for your next Thanksgiving feast. So good smothered in gravy alongside tender and juicy turkey and creamy mashed potatoes. Here is a recipe that I’ve used for the … Continue reading Southern Cornbread Stuffing

Grilled Banana and Nutella Panini

This Panini is so yummy! You’ve got to try it. Grilled Banana and Nutella Panini recipe: Ingredients: 3  ripe bananas, sliced 12 slices whole-grain gluten free bread 1 cup Nutella 16 tablespoons of unsalted butter 3 tablespoons confectioners sugar Directions: Place the bananas in a bowl and mash until smooth. ( I omitted this and just kept them sliced) Spread each slice with some of … Continue reading Grilled Banana and Nutella Panini

How do you keep your children healthy on a gluten free diet?

How do you keep yourself healthy now that you are on a gluten free diet? Keeping my kids healthy is something I always strive to do. Now that my daughter is on a strict gluten free diet it can be a little challenging. Here are the vitamins I give my two kids daily with their evening meals: Flax oil (I put it in smoothies and … Continue reading How do you keep your children healthy on a gluten free diet?

Fresh eggs every morning…

I just love the sound of a rooster crowing in the morning. Brings me back to my childhood in Portugal. When my daughter was in first grade we volunteered to provide eggs for the class as part of their science experiment. Out of 24 eggs… 23 of them hatched and that’s when our little farm started. Since then we’ve added goats and guinea fowl. The … Continue reading Fresh eggs every morning…

Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies

I’ve been making these delicious peanut butter cookies for a year now.  They  are so easy to make and only have 4 ingredients! One cup creamy peanut butter One cup white sugar ( using less sugar tastes just as good) One teaspoon baking powder ( I use Argo brand which is aluminum free) One egg Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Cream the peanut butter and … Continue reading Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies

Cute Valentine’s craft idea

Create a cute puppy valentine mailbox to hold all your Valentines. Craft Project Directions: To make this craft project you will need a paper lunch bag, red and colored paper, scissors, tape or glue, and markers or crayons. To begin take paper bag and cut the top half off- making your bag about half the height it was originally. This is your mailbox. Next cut … Continue reading Cute Valentine’s craft idea

Surprise your loved one for Valentine’s Day!

Surprise your loved one for Valentine’s Day! How ’bout a night off of worrying about what your going to cook tonight! Single? How about a girls cooking class night… drink, eat and socialize without worrying about the food. Check out the website below:   We are known for creating romantic four course Valentine’s dinners complete with wine, rose petals, votive candles and a customized menu. Here’s how it … Continue reading Surprise your loved one for Valentine’s Day!