Sloppy Joes on a white plate with fresh sliced fruit in the background

Gluten-Free Sloppy Joes

Sloppy Joes are the epitome of kid-friendly food, but what adult doesn’t also love a good Sloppy Joe sandwich? I know I do! But I no longer use the canned Sloppy Joe sauce – I make my own. It’s healthier, easy, and just as delicious if not more so. If you’re looking for a

Flourless Christmas Tree Brownies on a wire rack and gold plate with Christmas lights and gold decorations around it

Flourless Christmas Tree Brownies

Is your Christmas tree up and decorated yet? I know many people who put theirs up on Thanksgiving or the day after, so catch up and get that tree up! If you don’t have room for a Christmas tree, perhaps some edible ones instead! These Flourless Christmas Tree Brownies are a delightful holiday treat to make

Sunbutter and Jelly Bread Pudding in a cast iron skillet with colored pencils and wooden utensils around it

Gluten-Free SunButter & Jelly Bread Pudding

If you’re having house guests stay over this holiday season and those house guests include children, you’re going to need some recipes you can turn to that will help distract the young ones while you and the rest of the adults wrap presents, decorate, or otherwise

Vegan Mac n Cheese Casserole on a silver plate with a white casserole dish in the background

Gluten-Free Plant-Based Kale Mac & “Cheese”

Crunchy on top, creamy throughout, this Plant-Based Kale Mac & “Cheese” is so satisfying! Seriously, is there any dish more comforting on a chilly fall afternoon than warm mac and cheese? I’d eat this any day for lunch with a side salad for extra

Tex-Mex Meatloaf Cupcakes on a dark blue serving plate, topped with sour cream, salsa, and a tortilla chip

Gluten-Free Mini Tex-Mex Meatloaves

Ah, the classic meatloaf. I love to make it, but my grandkids fear to eat it – until now. These Gluten-Free Mini Tex-Mex Meatloaves are a game changer for family dinners. Plus, they only take 20 minutes to cook instead of

Back to School Faves 2020

2020 Back-to-School Favorites

I know what you’re thinking. Back to school? Yes. Now, I know that not everyone is sending their children back to a physical school building – some are doing virtual school, either by choice or because it’s mandated by your school district, and others are homeschooling. That said, you still need to fuel your kids to keep those brains sharp and those bellies full. Good nutrition helps keep kids focused, and tasty snacks and treats help

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