Peanut Butter and Jelly Oats

Celiac Eats: Overnight Oats (GF, V)

by Guest

Peanut Butter and "Jelly" Oats

We all know that eating a breakfast is important to our health– from aiding in weight loss to helping kids stay energized through school. Yet most of us skip it. I try to eat a balanced breakfast but still find it hard sometimes to make

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Lemon Basil Bulgur Salad

The Food Sensitive Foodie: Polenta Bread (GF, CF)

by Guest

I love good food almost as much as I love a good game. So what is more fun than when you can turn your meal into a game?!? Better than an ice breaker, which could include awkward questions or removal of shoes (don’t tell me you’ve never been subjected to

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Quick & Family-Friendly Recipes: September Guest Posts

by Cassidy Stockton

If you recall, we did a series of posts last April featuring all sorts of different authors and bloggers highlighting a kid-friendly recipe that was both gluten free and casein free for National Autism Awareness Month. We had so much fun and the month was such a success, we thought

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Szwchwan Peanut Salad | Bob's Red Mill

Meatless Mondays: Szechwan Peanut Salad

by Cassidy Stockton

Super simple, this recipe is one of my favorites. I had forgotten about it and rediscovered it a few weeks ago. I love the chewiness of the wild rice blend. Combined with the salad’s mild peanut flavor, the red pepper flakes give it a nice mellow heat. I love that

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Lemon Bulgur Cakes

by Meagan Nuchols

Most often Bulgur is used to make various savory salads and entrées, such as the ever so popular Tabouli. Compelled by the August product list I thought, “what would Light Bulgur taste like baked into something?” So round one of experimenting with bulgur in a cookie, didn’t turn out so

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10 Grain Cereal Recipe Ideas

by Chelsea Lincoln

Our 10 grain cereal is packed with whole grain goodness that will give you the energy to go go go!  With 34 grams of whole grains per serving, you can’t go wrong.  The cereal is great on its own, but you can also add it to baked goods or use

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