Once you have this around for a while you’ll wonder what you did without it. This onion soup mix is great to use for a quick cup-of-soup, for dips, a rub for meats, or a base for sauces, soups, stews, and gravies. Stored in an airtight jar, it will last for at least a month.
Below you will find a recipe for the onion soup mix as well as some suggested ways to put it to good use.
Looking for a light and delicate yet quick and easy dessert? Try these delicately crisp-on-the-outside and oh-so-creamy-in-the-middle cream puffs. Serve them with Greek yogurt and fresh fruit at brunch or with whipped cream or whipped coconut milk, powdered sugar, and a drizzle of chocolate for a special dessert. To be truly decadent, try serving them with Food Mouth’s Whipped Nutella Fluff – WOW!
My mom came across this recipe on a box of rice flour decades ago and has been making them ever since. They look like they took a French chef all day to prepare but are astonishingly easy to make and ready to eat in under an hour.
This is a re-post of an early recipe on “gf and me.” We made them the other day for a special birthday party, and they were so good we figured we’d share it again for all of those who have started following us since.
Two of the most comforting foods come together in this dish – soup and potatoes – making it a sure bet to cure the effects of the cold, dark days of winter. The blended potatoes are what really make this soup thick and creamy and are a great base for the hints of sour cream and onion that come through. To be honest, we like this soup so much (and it’s so easy to make) that we enjoy it year round – especially when paired with our homemade gf croutons!
Great for parties, game nights, family movie nights, or even as a gift, these nuts ‘n bolts are a spicy, salty, and extra crunchy treat. Your GLUTEN-EATING friends will LOVE THEM and your GLUTEN-FREE friends will LOVE YOU for making them! The recipe makes a big batch so you may want to half it. However, they do last for up to three weeks in the cupboard and can be kept even longer in the freezer.
These scalloped potatoes are cheesy and creamy and made completely without flour. They make a great side dish with ham and reheat wonderfully in the microwave, oven, or on the stove top. Continue reading →
These muffins are like a light & fluffy bowl of oatmeal! Make them on the weekend and enjoy them warm from the oven, and then keep the rest in the freezer for a quick on-the-go meal. They are hearty and wholesome and the coconut flour and fruit filling keep them super moist.
Oats lower cholesterol, are an excellent source of plant protein, and good source of iron. However, not everyone who has celiac disease can tolerate oats, even when the oats are gluten free. If you have questions, talk to your physician or dietitian.
Fresh, light, and intensely fruity … who doesn’t love an icy cold sorbet on a hot summer’s day? It’s also surprisingly easy to make, and this version is chock full of vitamin C, beta-carotene, and dietary fibre. Not to mention, totally gluten and dairy free!
Make this even more kid-friendly by freezing the sorbet in muffin cups with popsicle sticks or in a fun popsicle mold. They’ll LOVE it!
Everyone loves this classic comfort food. This oh-so-creamy, gluten-free version is easy, quick, and absolutely packed with cheesy goodness. The quinoa pasta won’t lose its texture in the oven and the sprinkle of parmesan on top adds a savory crunch.
"The thing about eating the Black and White cookie, Elaine, is you want to get some black and some white in each bite. Nothing mixes better than vanilla and chocolate And yet somehow racial harmony eludes us. If people would only look to the cookie all our problems would be solved." - Jerry to Elaine (Seinfeld, Season 5, The Dinner Party)
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