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Thanksgiving Pizza Cut-OutsNovember 20, 2015

By Beth Hillson Blogger at 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 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 ››

Thanksgiving Thoughts & Nutty Cornbread StuffingNovember 9, 2015

http://Kumquatblog.comSomehow Autumn is upon us. 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 be one of More ››

Falling Back Gluten FreeOctober 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 DippersOctober 14, 2015

By Beth Hillson (Beth blogs at 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 BrowniesOctober 13, 2015

By Beth Hillson (Beth blogs at 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 PairingsOctober 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 RecipeSeptember 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 RecipeAugust 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 ››

Treat Yourself with a Back to School BrunchAugust 27, 2015

  Most parents love to come up with back to school recipes for their ever-hungry children. It’s a yearly routine that sends them off to school with safe, tasty treats as well as some homemade love.  Summertime can be stressful- there has been a repetition of cooking, eating and doing dishes. Just about the time when you begin to base More ››

Gluten Free Animal Cracker Dip RecipesAugust 21, 2015

Have a party coming up? Our gluten-free Animal Crackers are the perfect dippers for all your sweet dips! Here are some of our favorites from around the web: Healthy Eggless Cookie Dough Dip from Yummy Healthy Easy   Cake Batter Dip from Chocolate-Covered Katie   Healthy Strawberry Cheesecake Dip from Desserts with Benefits   Gluten Free Speculoos Spread from Gluten Free More ››

5 Healthy Animal Cracker Trail Mix RecipesAugust 11, 2015

Animal Crackers are a great way to add a gluten free crunch to any trail mix. Perfect for healthy snacking on a hike or wherever you go this summer and all year long. Be sure to add nuts for extra energy! Here are some of our favorites combinations: Kid’s Favorite Trail Mix: Glutino Pretzels, Glutino Original Flavor Animal Crackers, Peanuts, More ››

Last Call Before Fall and Gluten Free Onion Rings RecipeAugust 6, 2015

The long dog days of summer are in full swing and backyard barbecues are still going strong. Nothing beats an evening spent on the patio with family and friends, dinner on the grill, kids playing in the yard, watching the sinking sun and awaiting the arrival of twilight fireflies. I love the ease of grilling. It keeps the heat outside More ››

Chocolate Salted Caramel Crunch BrowniesMay 29, 2015

Recipe from Beth Hillson, blogger at Makes  9-12 Large Brownie Squares  Decadent doesn’t begin to describe this luscious bar.  When you think about it, what could be bad about a treat that combines chocolate, salt, caramel, and pretzels?  Perfect for a summer picnic or an end of school party, you’ll be making these over and over in the next More ››

Honey Mustard Pretzel Cheese BitesMay 20, 2015

Recipe from Beth Hillson, blogger at Makes 48 Cheese Bites  Affectionately known as Mini Moozz in our house, these cheese bites are totally addictive.  The tangy flavors of honey and mustard in the Glutino Honey Mustard Pretzels are all you need to spice them up.  Make a double batch and store them in the freezer for last minute summer More ››

A Decade Without Gluten: It’s a Wonderful LifeMay 11, 2015

By: Gretchen Brown of Kumquat Blog It is hard to believe I am fast approaching a decade of life without gluten. I couldn’t have imagined that that one word, ‘gluten-free’, would be so frequently spoken from my lips. During my nutrition and dietetic training 20 years ago, I remember briefly learning about celiac disease. Of course upon reading about it More ››

Gluten Free Dirt CakeApril 17, 2015

By Beth Hillson of Gluten-Free Makeovers blog  Isn’t everyone a little more playful this time of year?  My creative juices are certainly in overdrive.  So, I guess I got a little carried away concocting this Dirt Cake complete with cookie-birds, gummy worms and a hand shovel for serving.  The cookie crumbles, made from Glutino Chocolate and Vanilla Crème Cookies, look just like dirt, More ››

Lemon Butterfly CupcakesApril 8, 2015

Makes 14 to 15 cupcakes By Beth Hillson of Gluten-Free Makeovers Blog If anything says “spring” more than green grass and butterflies, it might be the lively flavor of lemon.  Lemon Butterfly Cupcakes have all these magic ingredients and more.  Thanks to Glutino Gluten Free Pantry Old Fashioned Yellow Cake Mix and Glutino Pretzel Twists that are used for wings, these More ››

Irish Soda BreadMarch 12, 2015

By Beth Hillson Serves 10 Top O’ the Mornin! Even if you are in snowbound, there’s a wee speck o’ green in the air.   After all, aren’t we all a bit Irish when it comes to St. Patrick’s Day?  So celebrate with this moist, light version of Irish Soda Bread (ISB).  The Leprechauns and your friends alike will be eating More ››

It’s a Sandwich- It’s a Muffin. No, it’s A Balanced BreakfastMarch 5, 2015

By Beth Hillson Serves 3 Breakfast can be a balancing act.  Trying to find something that contains protein and nutrients and has a good amount of healthy carbs is not the first thing you want to deal with in the morning.  But, let’s face it.  You stand a better chance at handling all those other little daily challenges if you solve More ››

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