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Thanksgiving Thoughts & Nutty Cornbread Stuffing

October 31, 2016

http://Kumquatblog.com The holiday season is upon us once again. That lovely season that ushers in such an enchanting sensory experience. The gorgeous colors of the ever-changing landscape. The crunch of fallen leaves beneath your feet. The wafts of sweet spices mixing with the cool air. And the never ending spread of lovingly prepared dishes on the Thanksgiving table. Thanksgiving will always More ››

The World’s Best Gluten-Free Breakfast for the World’s Best Mom

May 5, 2016

There’s no better way to start a day dedicated to celebrating moms than with a delicious breakfast spread! While tried-and-true family favorites are always promising when it comes to picking the perfect Mother’s Day dishes, nothing beats a fabulous new recipe that’s both gluten-free and guaranteed to please. So whether you’re a mom who is looking for some recipes to hint More ››

Dinner is Served: One Week of Gluten Free Dinner Menus

March 1, 2016

There’s no denying how easy it can be to fall into the infamous “Dinnertime Rut.” You know, the one where the same meals are cooked and consumed each week like clockwork. Making the same meals week in and week out becomes routine simply because these tried-and-true recipes promise a result that you know you’ll enjoy and they require less effort than searching More ››

Slow Cooker Gluten-Free Lasagna

February 25, 2016

By Beth Hillson Note:  This blog is an ode to my new slow cooker and comes with a tip or two on how to make a great, easy slow cooker lasagna.   In our world, the words convenience and gluten free are rarely uttered in the same breath. A hearty, home-cooked meal is not a quick visit to the takeout section of More ››

President’s Day Chocolate Cherry Delight and Beyond

February 23, 2016

By Beth Hillson Serves 10-12 I cannot tell a lie.  This layered dessert is fit for a president.  Cherries, pineapple, coconut and Glutino Gluten-Free Pantry Decadent Chocolate Cake Mix – what could be better? Cut through the crunchy brownie-like topping and you’ll discover a creamy filling and an explosion of flavors.  Serve warm with vanilla ice cream, let it cool More ››

These Valentine Cupcakes Will Have You Seeing Pink

February 10, 2016

By Beth Hillson Makes 12 Cupcakes Your sweetheart will be seeing pink when he or she bites into the rosy centers of these cute and simple cupcakes.  So easy and adorable.  Just add a little red food color to part of the Glutino Gluten Free Pantry Yellow Cake Mix batter. Drop the pink batter into the white cupcake batter. Voila!  More ››

Dinner is Served: Our Favorite Meal Delivery Services

January 18, 2016

Meal delivery services may just be the best invention since (gluten-free) sliced bread. But with dozens of companies in the running to serve your preplanned meal needs, deciding which ones are the cream of the crop and which ones fall short on their gourmet guarantees can be quite the challenge. So how do you make the call when it comes More ››

Pretzel Sliders with Italian Meatballs

January 11, 2016

Recipe from Beth Hillson Blogger at glutenfreemakeovers.com Makes 8 sliders I love hearty foods this time of year and sandwiches with warm centers are particularly appealing.  I’m also on the lookout for unique “holders” to grab those delicious, hearty fillings and turn them into a portable feast.  When I discovered the new, big (think, jumbo) Glutino Pretzels, I knew I had reached another culinary milestone.  More ››

Waffle and Chicken Sandwiches

Recipe from Beth Hillson Blogger at glutenfreemakeovers.com Makes 8 Sandwiches Want something that’s perfect for breakfast, lunch and dinner? These Waffle and Chicken Sandwiches are just the thing. Start with waffles made from Glutino Gluten-Free Pantry Fluffy Pancake Mix.  By the way, the new formula is amazing! Lots of fiber and flavor and the mix makes the best waffles in More ››

Spiced Chocolate Chip Cheese Log

December 14, 2015

By Beth Hillson Serves 12 Your guests are in for a sweet surprise when they bite into this slightly sweet cream cheese log.  Laced with cinnamon and ginger, it’s a nice switch from the ubiquitous cheddar cheese balls.  Serve this flavorful treat with a tray of fresh fruit, Glutino Animal Graham Crackers, and Glutino Cinnamon and Sugar Bagel chips.  It’s More ››

Cookies are Christmas!

December 10, 2015

Those delicious goodies are the first that come to my mind when I begin to anticipate holiday baking. Whether you are taking a plate in for an office party, wrapping up a tray as a gift for a neighbor, setting out a little plate for Santa and his reindeer on Christmas Eve, or just baking a few dozen for a More ››

Chocolate Peppermint Cookie Stacks

December 9, 2015

By Beth Hillson Beth blogs at glutenfreemakeovers.com Makes 60 cookies: 30 double stacks or 20 triple stacks Here’s a unique twist on holiday cookies.  Decadent and festive, they are made ever so easy thanks to Glutino Gluten Free Pantry Sugar Cookie Mix.  Speaking of “twist,” I crushed Glutino Peppermint Yogurt Covered Pretzel twists to decorate the tops, add color and More ››

Thanksgiving Pizza Cut-Outs

November 20, 2015

By Beth Hillson Blogger at glutenfreemakeovers.com Makes 30 to 40 bites (depending on the size of the cookie cutters) Here’s the perfect nosh to offer drop in guests and holiday diners. These pizza bites are unique and delicious.  Use cookie cutters to create mini pizzas in seasonal shape like the maple leaves and pumpkin patch pumpkins here.  The cut-outs can More ››

Orange Graham Cracker Cheesecake Bites (No Baking)

By Beth Hillson Beth blogs at glutenfreemakeovers.com Makes 40 to 48 BallsThese decadent bite-size treats will put the finishing touch on all your holiday meals and festive gatherings.  They are so easy and no baking is required.  I started with Glutino Animal Graham Crackers and added cream cheese and flavoring.  The graham crackers and cheesecake are wrapped into one and More ››

Falling Back Gluten Free

October 15, 2015

Autumn, Fall, the changing of the seasons; the time of year when you can feel the weather transformation and you can smell the familiar smells of what welcomes the chill in the air. For me, when the crisp air enters so does another chance to revisit some of our tried and true family favorites. We all have certain recipes or More ››

Chicken Chile Dip with Glutino Tortilla Dippers

October 14, 2015

By Beth Hillson (Beth blogs at glutenfreemakeovers.com) Serves 6 to 8  This zippy version of a cheese and chile dip is perfect for tailgating, football parties or any fall gathering.  It’s hearty thanks to the addition of shredded chicken and black beans and bursting with flavor thanks to the spices, tomatoes and green chilies. But I couldn’t have pulled this More ››

Pumpkin Cheesecake Brownies

October 13, 2015

By Beth Hillson (Beth blogs at glutenfreemakeovers.com) Makes 12 to 16 brownies There is nothing scary about Pumpkin Cheesecake Brownies although they are perfect for all the goblins who might be visiting you this time of year. But don’t wait for Halloween. These treats are ideal for all your fall entertaining. They are as delicious as they are pretty with More ››

Soup & Cracker Pairings

October 7, 2015

With fall officially in the air, we’re finding ourselves craving hearty soups with a side of crunchy, gluten-free crackers. Here are some of our favorite pairings: Corn Chowder from Gluten Free Baking + Glutino Multigrain Crackers Rosemary Veggie Beef Stew from Maebells + Glutino Vegetable Crackers Chicken Taco Soup from Udi’s Gluten Free + Glutino Original Crackers Potato Soup from Maebells + More ››

Gluten-Free Baking & Strawberry Shortbread Recipe

September 28, 2015

The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines “flour” as the following: “a powder made from a grain that is used in cooking for making bread, cakes, etc.” I’m afraid somewhere along the way we replaced the concept of flour with “powdered wheat” only. Little did we realize the variety of flavors and textures we were missing with this limited arsenal of baking flours. More ››

Back to School Thoughts and Coffee Cake Recipe

August 31, 2015

So here we are at the end of summer with the start of school following closely at its heels. My friends and family near and far are either anticipating those first days or have a few of them under their belt for the year already. My son’s return to school is quite bittersweet for me. I love watching him grow More ››

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