Savory or sweet? Who said you can’t have both! If places like Pizza Hut and Domino’s taught us anything (even if we can’t eat there) it’s that you can have your breadsticks either way, so here I present to you
People ask me all the time if I miss gluten. I always tell them “no!” After all, who misses migraine headaches, itchy skin, and swollen joints? Certainly not me!
Of course they are talking about the food – don’t I miss bread, or cakes, or pasta and such? The answer is still “no” simply because
You know what one of the things I most liked about going out to dinner was in my pre-gluten-free days was? The appetizers. I could make a whole meal out of just appetizers. Well, appetizers and dessert.
These days I don’t have the luxury of eating only appetizers and dessert in a restaurant since there usually
I have heard that ‘tis the season to be of good cheer. I wonder if the abundance of cocktail parties this time of year has anything to do with contributing to that good cheer.
Cocktail parties are my favorite type of party to throw during the holidays, I don’t have the same space and seating limitations as with a dinner part which means I can invite everyone I care about
Written by AndreAnna McLean
Getting kids to eat can sometimes be a problem, especially when they are on a gluten free diet. But here is what I know – kids love to eat anything that can be dunked into something else and they will almost always eat pizza!
This is a super easy, gluten free recipe for pizza breadsticks that can be used as an appetizer or main dish and can even be packed into a lunch box if the kiddos have a way to reheat them briefly (i.e. a microwave).
I made these with my family’s favorite pizza combo – pepperoni and cheese – but you could customize this recipe in a number of ways. For dairy free just add shredded dairy free cheese or you can omit it all together. You could leave out the