Creamy Cajun Chicken Pasta

  BBQ Beef Slider


  Italian Salad Dressing

  Southwest Salad

  Chewy Granola Bars

  Creamy Chicken Noodle Soup

  Blackberry Chocolate Chip Muffins

  Monster Love Cookies

  5-Layer Greek Dip

  Pita Bread


  Santa Hat Brownies

  Snowman Doughnuts

  Greek Chicken

  Burgundy Mushrooms

  Cream Queso

  Nonna’s Gingerbread Cookies

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  Chocolate Fudge Pie

  Fruit Salad

  Grandma Lillian’s Cornbread Dressing

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  Nonna’s Cornbread Dressing

  Chocolate Cupcakes

 Chocolate Pancakes

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  Pumpkin Trifle

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  Baked Pumpkin Donut Holes

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  Salsa Verde Chicken Enchiladas

    Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies

   Chicken and Vegetable Stir Fry


    Pizza Sauce

    Beef, Bean, and Goat Cheese Taquitos

    Baked Tilapia

   Chocolate Chip Cookies, Gluten & Dairy Free

  Egg, Bean, and Goat Cheese Breakfast Taquitos

  Beef and Vegetable Soup

  Beef Tacos

  Fruit K’Bobs

Fruit Salsa and Cinnamon & Sugar Pita Chips

Peach Strawberry Sorbet

  Banana and Cashew Butter Smoothie

  Shredded Beef, Bean, & Goat Cheese Taquitos

Gluten and Dairy Free Chocolate Cupcakes

  Dairy-Free Butter (Flavored) Cream Frosting

  Peaches ‘n Cream

  Smurfberry Smoothies

Chocolate Chip Pancakes

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  Chocolate Chip Cookie Cake, Gluten & Dairy Free

  Cashew Butter Rice Crispy Treats

  Egg Breakfast Cups

  Chicken, Corn, and Black Bean Pasta Salad


  Pizza Crust, Gluten and Dairy Free

  Cinnamon Cream Cheese Rolls

  Vegetable Pasta with Goat Cheese Cream Sauce

  Almond Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies

  BBQ Beef Sliders

  Rice Taco Bowl

  The Ultimate Pizza Crust, Gluten and Dairy Free

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  Boneless Buffalo Chicken Tenders

  Chocolate Swirl Cupcakes

  Turkey and Goat Cheese Wrap

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  Chicken Tortilla Soup

  Mini Caramel Apples

  Candy Corn Chex Cereal Snack Mix

  Pepperoni Rolls

  Monster Halloween Cookies

  Chicken Lettuce Wraps

  Beef Lettuce Wraps

  Shredded Beef Tostadas

  Mini Pumpkin Muffins

  Turkey and Egg Breakfast Wrap

  Caramel Chocolate Cheesecake Brownies

  Fall Candy Corn Pretzel Sticks

  Chicken and Rice Soup

  Chocolate Chip Buttermilk Pancakes

  Anniversary Brownies

  Fruit and Yogurt Parfait

  BBQ Chicken Pizza

  Caramel Apple Pancakes

  Chicken Enchilada Soup

  Fall Pasta

  Chocolate Cream Cheese Bread

  Baked Potato Bites

  Meatball Sliders

  Sour Cream Crockpot Chicken

  Cheeseburger Pizza

  Chewy Chocolate Milky Way Cookies

  Bruschetta with Goat Cheese

8 Responses to Recipes

  1. D'Arla says:

    I love your blog!! I didn’t know that you were changing your cooking–it’s hard, but will get easier. When I was cooking without wheat, I sometimes used Namaste pizza crust mix, which I bought at the health food store. I often used it more as a cracker mix than a pizza crust, though, as Donnie has always loved crackers. Go figure. Anyway, I would roll it really thin, press sunflower kernels, salt, and sesame seed into it and bake it on a pizza stone, scoring it before baking. We were also rather fond of sunflower seed butter. I, personally, prefer it over almond butter.

    Your pizza looks so yummy that it makes me hungry! Keep up the good work!

    • You are the first one to leave me a comment. Thank you, D’Arla. Yes, we changed our eating/cooking habits as a result of a food sensitivity study for Ethan. He is sensitive to wheat, gluten, cow’s milk, cheese, rye, peanuts, and yogurt. The family theme immediately became, “If Ethan cannot eat it, then we will not eat it.” They really do miss crackers, though, so I will have to try your recipe.

      Thank you for your encouragement. It is a journey, but I am looking forward to the positive health changes that we hope to see.

      • D'Arla says:

        Don’t try the “crackers” if you’re expecting them to taste like typical crackers. We liked them, compared to not having crackers, but they were more savory and a different texture to regular crackers. At that time, it was just nice to have a permissible crunchy food. Donnie ate & liked goat’s milk cheese, but I couldn’t manage it—perhaps I got the wrong kind. I did find a rice cheese at Whole Foods, but I don’t remember much about it. It seems like it had a fairly short shelf life.

        Give the kids a hug for me!

  2. Renee says:

    You always were a good cook and up for any culinary challenge. Remember that time we tried to make gumbo from scratch? 🙂 — Keep up the great posts. I predict your blog will be helpful to so many other moms struggling with the food allergy issue. (Did you know Denise Fries opened a gluten free bakery in College Station? – “Taylor Made.”) You come from great family bakers…I still bake your mom’s chocolate pie!

    • Natalie says:

      Thank you, Renee! You are incredibly sweet. Yes, I have such fond thoughts of our roommate days. 🙂 I did not know about Denise’s bakery. That is awesome, and I love the name! I will have to visit it the next time we are there. I will tell my mom about the chocolate pie. That will make her smile. 🙂 Take care and keep in touch!

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  4. Renee says:

    I love your blog! Thanks for sharing!

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