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    Gluten Free Monster Cookies

    Gluten Free Monster Cookies I have a wonderful friend that always makes cookies for everyone at Christmas time, and she wanted to make sure I wasn’t excluded being that I’m gluten free. It’s hard to believe it has already been 10 years, but she took it upon herself to try out a few different cookie recipes, and I am to this day in love with this recipe of Gluten Free Monster Cookies! I’ve made them countless times and will use different candies or chocolates depending on my mood…or what’s in the pantry when the craving hits! This recipe has served it’s purpose in my life – primarily while nursing! Oh…

  • Crystal Chapman

    Gluten Free Sugar Cookies

    Gluten Free Sugar Cookies It’s no secret the gluten free life leaves you with many positive and negative side effects. As a positive, there are countless nutritional benefits, mostly being that you’re often cooking more from scratch and using less processed foods. But it’s a total pain in the ass until you figure out how to navigate this new world. A flour substitution is not that easy – the results are almost never the same, and it costs money to figure all of this out. Gluten Free Sugar Cookies is my way of testing each new Gluten Free Flour I try. What is a better test than an item made…

  • Gluten Free French Onion Soup

    Gluten Free French Onion Soup

    The Struggle is Real There are many things I missed once learning I have Celiac disease and having to go gluten-free. French onion soup was HIGH on this list because…obviously. I’m going to be honest, I absolutely hate gluten free cookbooks. It shouldn’t be so hard to cook and I don’t want to use a mixture of 12 million things to create the perfect flour. No. Just no. Over the years, I’ve learned how to adapt regular recipes to be gluten free, and I have a different type of flour for each type of cooking. I stumbled upon a recipe in the grocery store checkout line several years back, and…