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I had great plans for doing some recipe creation and baking this week. There’s one recipe I’ve been anxious to make and another that has been on the back burner for a very long time, which I was finally excited about. Plus, the weather has been delightfully cooler than our normal July weather. But then, sadly, ants invaded my kitchen this past weekend. I didn’t even want to eat anything from my kitchen, so we’ve been eating out a lot. My kitchen and all the contents have been cleaned again and again as the war waged on. (For the record, I do love and admire ants outside my home.) Finally, I called in the professionals and no ants have been seen for several hours now. Hopefully, when I clean the kitchen tomorrow, it will be for the last time and I’ll be back to cooking and baking immediately after that!
How about you? Have you been cooking and baking? Finding new great gluten-free dining spots? Creating gluten-free menu plans? Tried a healthy new product that makes your busy life easier? Tell us about it. We all need new ideas. And if you’re a blogger, go one step further and please link up your gluten-free eating idea in the linky below (after you check out the guidelines). Remember that your link will show up on all three of our blogs.
My Highlights from gfe and All Gluten-Free Desserts
~ On gfe:
5 Things You Need to Know When You Go Gluten Free ~ While this listing isn’t all inclusive, I hope it will be helpful for anyone who is gluten free (whether newbie or veteran) or getting ready to go gluten free. I’d love to hear your feedback!
Volcano Pancake ~ This recipe is an old favorite. Some call this a Dutch Baby. Some call it a Puff Pancake or German Pancake. Some say it looks like Yorkshire Pudding. Some folks bake theirs in a cast iron pan. Whatever you call it and however you serve it, this is a great treat when served for any meal.
~ On All Gluten-Free Desserts:
Baked Lemon Doughnuts from The Baking Beauties ~ Jeanine’s lovelies pretty much speak for themselves, don’t they?
And I updated:
The Ultimate Ice Cream Sandwich Roundup ~ You will be amazed at all the choices! Shown are Vegan 4-Ingredient Ice Cream Sandwiches from Healthful Pursuit.
The Most Popular Post on Gluten-Free Wednesdays Last Week
~ 2-Minute (Microwave) Banana Muffins from Free Range Cookies ~ Linda is well known for her gluten-free, vegan, microwave creations. I always need more delicious ways to use my ripe bananas (either from my counter or freezer), so I was really happy to see this particular recipe, which just happens to make the ideal number of muffins—two! The question is … will you share?
~ My GFW Post “Picks” from Last Week
~ Cherry Garcia Ice Cream from Betty Rawker ~ I know there are a LOT of Cherry Garcia fans reading GFW. Andrea’s version is gluten free, dairy free, egg free, vegan, raw, and paleo. It looks pretty incredible!
~ How to Cook Zucchini Noodles from Momma Guess Knows Best ~ Aimee’s recipe looks super simple and delicious. She uses an iPerfect Kitchen Envy Spiral Slicer, which is a more compact, less expensive option for those who want to make zucchini and other veggie noodles. (Note: I’m a big fan of the Paderno World Cuisine Vegetable Spiral Slicer myself. Watch for great sales on this one. If you’re in the market, read reviews before purchasing online or picking up one at your local store.)
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