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Breakfast Roll-upsAugust 15, 2014

By Beth Hillson  Makes 8, 6 or 8-inch pancake roll-ups Here’s a hearty breakfast recipe to get your fall mornings started.  It’s easy enough for a weekday meal, especially if you make the pancakes ahead.  They can be stored in the fridge and reheated in the pan before assembling the roll-ups. The pancakes are a little thicker than regular crepes   …Read More

Blueberry Lemon Corn MuffinsAugust 8, 2014

By Beth Hillson Growing up in Maine, my family and I picked blueberries every August – -not the big, plump berries most of us buy these days, but the smaller Maine blues.  It was back-breaking work as these grow on low bushes.  But I was a kid and it was worth the effort.  I knew what came next – Mom’s   …Read More

Refreshing Watermelon SalsaJuly 21, 2014

Serves 8 By Beth Hillson This light, refreshing salsa is packed with flavor and perfect for summer entertaining.  Serve with sturdy Glutino Tortilla Dippers.  This way, you are guaranteed to get a big mouthful of deliciousness in each bite.  The salsa is great with grilled lamb, fish, and chicken, too, so you might want to make a double recipe. 3   …Read More

GF Waffle S’MoresJuly 14, 2014

By Beth Hillson Makes 8 S’mores I’ll admit I sometimes have chocolate for breakfast – pizza, too.  But waffle s’mores?  They were not on my radar until we started brainstorming camping themes for July.  Why not put three of my favorites together, chocolate, molten marshmallows, and gluten free waffles?  It was as easy as a summer breeze.  I turned Glutino Gluten-Free   …Read More

Fourth of July CakeJuly 1, 2014

By Beth Hillson How cute is this?   A red-white-and-blue cake in honor of the Fourth of July!  It was easy as pie – well, even easier.  I used Glutino Gluten-Free Pantry Old Fashioned Yellow Cake Mix.    And I always get nervous when I am doing something decorative and festive.  I want it to look good and taste even better.  No worries   …Read More

Quick Chicken Pasta SaladJune 27, 2014

By Beth Hillson This recipe was inspired by leftovers, beautiful summer weather, and a box of Glutino Enriched Rotini Pasta.  Okay, so the g-f rotisserie chicken from the night before went untouched due to other social commitments and the following day saw a frenzy of errands and visitors.  No time to cook, nor did I really feel like making a   …Read More

Chocolate Coconut Crème CookiesJune 20, 2014

By Beth Hillson These great cookies are made of chocolate dough that’s wrapped around a Coconut Crème Center.  The photo caught my eye several weeks ago and I promised myself I would try them.  Yet, I kept putting it off – – too many steps, it seemed.  Well, don’t be put off like I was.  These cookies come together quite   …Read More

Grilled GF Pizza for Father’s DayJune 9, 2014

By Beth Hillson Treat Dad to delicious grilled pizza with his favorite toppings.  Here’s how.  Start with a box of Glutino Gluten-Free Pantry Pizza Crust Mix and use thinly sliced ingredients as the pizzas cook quickly.  In fact, pre-cook mushrooms, onions and such.  If you are using tomatoes, just slice very thin so they will soften as the crust bakes.  And don’t overload   …Read More

Banana Chocolate Chip MuffinsMay 6, 2013

Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins By Beth Hillson Makes 18 muffins This Mother’s Day how about breakfast in bed or an elegant afternoon tea?  Either way, make sure these Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins are part of the festivities.  Using Glutino’s Gluten-Free Pantry Muffin Mix makes this recipe a breeze to prepare and leaves plenty of time to spend with Mom.  The muffins are especially yummy served warm   …Read More

BLT Salad with a Pretzel TwistApril 26, 2013

By Beth Hillson BLT Salad with a Pretzel Twist Serves 4 to 6 Happy Pretzel Day!  Here’s a wonderful salad with a pretzel twist in honor of this special day.   It’s a flavorful rendition of that old favorite BLT with the added crunch of Glutino Pretzels.  The salad can be prepared a couple of hours ahead and refrigerated.  However, it will   …Read More

Sweet & Salty ShortbreadApril 17, 2013

By Beth Hillson April 26 is National Pretzel Day, but I couldn’t wait until then to share this incredible treat with you.  Sweet and salty, this shortbread marries universal favorites – – chocolate and peanut butter – – and adds pretzels for crunch and salt. I used Glutino Pretzels and Gluten-Free Pantry All-Purpose Flour Blend, making this easy to prepare and   …Read More

Hot Cross Buns with Favorite Sandwich BreadMarch 24, 2013

Makes 12 Buns By Beth Hillson Here’s an easy way to turn an Easter tradition into one that is gluten-free.  Using Gluten-Free Pantry Favorite Sandwich Bread takes all the worry out of measuring and making sure the ratio of wet to dry ingredients is right.  With the addition of the traditional spices and dried fruit and shaping the dough into buns rather   …Read More

A Reuben-esque SandwichMarch 21, 2013

By Beth Hillson The culinary gods brought me an abundance of leftover corned beef from St. Patrick’s Day, a loaf of Genius Bread (my favorite), and a jar of sauerkraut.  I awoke one morning to their whispers, beckoning me to make a Reuben sandwich. “Gee, I haven’t had one in ages,” I thought.  But the spirits were persistent and, by noon, my hankering for a corned   …Read More

Crispy Honey Coconut Chicken FingersDecember 7, 2012

Makes 10 to 12 Chicken Fingers Great party food, this easy dish can be an appetizer or part of a meal.  Either way, these will be a hit with family and friends.  Double or triple the recipe for a crowd.  1 pound boneless chicken breast cut into tenders 2 cups Glutino Honey Nut Rings cereal 2 ½ cups shredded sweetened   …Read More

Cornflake Cluster No-Bake TreatsDecember 5, 2012

These are easy no-bake treats that kids of all ages can enjoy making and eating.   Set them in sparkling mini-muffin papers for a special touch or just set them out on a plate and watch them disappear.  If someone has an allergy to peanuts, try making these with almond butter or with sunflower butter. Makes 40 candies ¾  cup of   …Read More

Falafels anyone!?!January 17, 2012

This week we were brainstorming different foods that we could share some recipes for. The pierogies that Beth Hillson offered up last week were absolutely delicious, so we wanted to keep going and offer up some more culturally diverse food this week. After talking for a little while we decided to try our hands at making gluten free falafels, and   …Read More

Beth Hillson’s gluten free pierogies recipeJanuary 9, 2012

In our last blog post before the holidays, Beth Hillson was kind enough to share her background, inspiration, and favorite recipes from her new cookbook titled Gluten-Free Makeovers. We asked our fans which home cooked meals they didn’t have a gluten free recipe for, and Beth kindly offered to put together a recipe! If you are looking for something new   …Read More

More football party ideas!December 19, 2011

We had a lot of fun cooking up our wings and bacon cracker crisps, so we wanted to offer up a couple more recipes for you to try out at your next football party! We were thinking about other finger foods that you could bring to a party and we had a few co-workers that are huge fans of anything   …Read More

Football party ideas!December 12, 2011

With the NFL playoffs approaching and the college bowl season almost upon us, we thought that it was only fitting to offer up some great gluten free football party recipes. We brainstormed all sorts of ideas, but we kept circling back to wings, wings and more wings. Besides having wings at a typical football party, we also thought up some   …Read More

Easy dessert ideas!November 22, 2011

We had a lot of fun cooking up our lemon almond macaroons and chocolate almond pretzels the other day so we wanted to offer a couple more very easy recipes that you could try out! These desserts are easy to make and perfect for bringing to your next party, no one would ever guess that they are gluten free. Both   …Read More

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