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  • Eat This: Duck Eggs
    Imagine a perfect egg cooked medium-hard: a soft and creamy yolk just bordering on runny, delicious with a grind of black pepper and a sprinkle of salt. Crack it over a big plate of roasted vegetables with some crispy bacon and dig in at any time of day! Now imagine... The post Eat This: Duck Eggs appeared first on Paleo Leap | Paleo diet Recipes & Tips.... read more
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  • Mi-Del Gluten-Free Graham Style Pie Crust
    Meijer has been in the process of re-setting their gluten-free aisle for the past few weeks. I was a little concerned at first because some of the products were on clearance, which made me think they might be making the section smaller. Fortunately that wasn’t the case and when I was there yesterday, I found the section to be larger and more organized. I even spotted some products they hadn’t been carrying and found something... read more
    Source: Celiac-Disease
  • Oven Roasted Brussels Sprouts
    We know what you’re thinking: Grayish-green, mushy, mini cabbages our parents forced us to eat as kids at the dinner table? Not so! Once underestimated, Brussels sprouts have gained popularity and earned a spot on menus at restaurants nationwide.1 Trust us, once you master this foolproof way to enhance the natural flavor profile of Brussels sprouts, you will want to serve them on a regular basis. Many home chefs routinely resort to steaming or boiling... read more
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  • Gluten-Free Blondies with Chocolate Chips & Toasted Pumpkin Seeds
    Growing up, I spent nearly every weekend with my mother’s sisters – one on Friday night, the other on Saturday. They were childless and apparently needed the giggles, whorls of bouncy blond curls and the swoosh of pink that I could provide. We visited their friend’s homes for tea, shopped for outfits that matched (too much), went to church (they were Baptist, one sang in the choir, and we sat in the front row so I had... read more
    Source: Gluten Free Gigi
  • Dear Gluten Dude: Am I Just Being Selfish?
    I’ve been seeing ghosts in my bedroom recently. This has absolutely nothing to do with today’s blog post. Just wanted to share. And for what it’s worth, for the most part, they look happy. Ok…moving on. There are times in our life when other people must be considerate and work around our dietary restrictions. And there are other times when we need to be the considerate ones and put our restrictions on the back burner... read more
    Source: The Gluten Dude
  • Pixie’s Halloween Pumpkin Soup – Gluten Free
    Soup!First off, I missed the 4th birthday of Free From G, it was funnily enough, on the 4th. So a belated Happy Birthday to my little blog, it's been fun.Every year I've wanted to do a series of posts for Halloween but I've just never got around to it. this year however! I've already got a few things to share but I want to make more, still, I've got the time so there's no reason... read more
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  • Gluten Free Graveyard Cupcakes
    Halloween can be tricky for kids with gluten sensitivities with parties, school events, and trick-or-treating. If it is hard for a grown-up to resist cookies and cupcakes, just think how difficult it is for an 8 year old! The answer to school functions and parties is simple – bring gluten free treats to share and your kiddo won’t wind up caving into temptation or end up feeling left out. These creepy graveyard cupcakes are so... read more
    Source: Simply Gluten-Free
  • The very best Lamb Shoulder with Garlic and Rosemary – Gluten free
    Lamb is delicious all year round, but now that autumn is well and truly upon us in the Northern hemisphere, we do appreciate a hot roast even more! This wonderful roast lamb shoulder is slow cooked in the oven in order to really lure out all the yummy flavours. The meat is so tender that it literally melts in your mouth! “This is ridiculously delicious!” said my husband as he took his first bite, a... read more
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  • Gluten-Free Pumpkin Bread
    The new road home, and pumpkin bread recipe.Autumn Pumpkin Bread: Time to BakeAutumn in Portland, Oregon, is soft and rainy. Foggy. And slow to frost. The scents of Ponderosa pine and red cedar infuse our morning walk with a woodsy familiarity my New England soul craves, as yellow willow leaves flutter earthward, dreamlike, cinematic.Time to pull on sweaters. Dig out a favorite scarf. Stack kindling and firewood. Choose a new book to love (I am reading... read more
    Source: Gluten-Free Goddess
  • Pumpkin Pie Energy Bites (My Secret Recipe)
    Paleo GrubsPaleo Grubs - Since simple, raw energy bites have been some of the most popular recipes here on PaleoGrubs, I was excited to come up with another version of the recipe to share. This time the delicious round bites include pumpkin, in the spirit of the fast-approaching fall. Ready to enjoy in minutes, these pumpkin pie energy bites make the perfect sweet snack. I have a habit of craving something sugary at the end... read more
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