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Everyone is talking fall, but I’m holding onto summer and all the fun that entails until the very end. I mean it, even if I did see wood smoke coming out of a chimney on the way home from our mountain property yesterday …
My Highlights from gfe and All Gluten-Free Desserts
~ On gfe:
I’ve been playing with my gluten-free girlfriends the last several days, so I decided to share a newfound (for me) product that we used to create several delicious recipes. Seasonello Bologna Organic Herbal Salt. Most of you know that I’m not much of a product person. This one is simply real food, folks. Sea salt and beloved herbs. I’ll be using this Seasonello all the time!
~ On All Gluten-Free Desserts:
Juicy ripe peaches are everywhere right now. Valerie (City|Life|Eats) made Peaches and Cream Smoothies for us this past weekend and they were awesome! There are well over 60 gluten-free peach dessert recipes in this Eat a Peach recipe roundup, so pick your favorite from this updated post. (Here are photos of a few of the new recipes featured.)
The Most Popular Post on Gluten-Free Wednesdays Last Week
There was a tie this week and I love it when that happens because we get to feature two great recipes!
~ Amazing Paleo (and Vegan) Pizza Crust from Predominantly Paleo via Whole New Mom ~ This recipe is one of Jennifer’s many recipes that are made using yuca. Check it out!
~ Paleo (and Vegan) Bagels from Pacific Wanderlust ~ Andrea has been creating so many great recipes lately. Who doesn’t want a terrific gluten-free bagel recipe? And with this one from Andrea, which is also starch free, you’ve got one that works for so many other special diets.
~ My GFW Post “Picks” from Last Week
~ Gluten-Free Fluffy Pancakes from Easy Green Mom ~ Everyone loves fluffy pancakes, and fluffy pancakes that are also gluten free are not all that common. Amber shares her secret ingredient.
~ Zucchini Brownies from GF Jules ~ One of my support group members made these treats for our meeting last week. They were totally delicious and we all loved them! You now have a great new way to use your zucchini. Thank Jules!
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