Whether you’re going on a bike ride, day-hike or picnic, take these dishes that are a mix of sweet, savory, warm and cool and will last you for hours on a hot summer day.
From a raw, creamy fruit bowl to a lightened-up version of a classic dish (Cheesy Grits with Bacon!), these grain-free breakfast bowls will fill you up and keep you moving through your morning.
These recipes are inspired by some of those beautiful spring vegetables: artichokes, asparagus and fresh peas and radishes, and are lightened up versions of some favorite cool-weather foods, perfect for warm days, spring brunches and even a summer evening in the backyard.
Spring travel season is here, and New York City is calling! Whether you travel with friends and take in a show or bring the whole family and visit the parks, museums and iconic landmarks, there is delicious gluten-free food to be enjoyed along the way. Here are a few of our family’s favorites from a recent trip.
Juicing (especially as part of a short “fast” from heavy foods and junk foods) can give your digestive system a rest and pump in nutrients more easily absorbed than from other dishes. Make these juices all at once while you’ve got the juicer out and seal each in a tightly capped jar in the refrigerator for up to three days.
These dishes emphasize vegetables, challenging the notion that meat must be the star of every meal. You can save money and power up the nutrient factor with these veggie-forward main attractions.
These Kwanzaa recipes take a few modern shortcuts, while celebrating African American and southern flavors.
Try these delicious and nutritious recipes that can be prepped, frozen ahead of time and pulled out to enjoy at a moment’s notice!
Prepare these four crowd-pleasing recipes ahead of time for a party or to have on hand this holiday season. All of these recipes can be made in advance to make your holiday less stressful.
These incredible gluten- and grain-free breakfasts present three options that will fuel you up for the day ahead.
Upstate New York is low-key, friendly and full of small towns and intimate eateries, with stunning countryside and beautiful places to stay in the heart of East Coast wine country. It’s also a great place to travel for an allergy-friendly getaway.
This shelves of this charming café and bake shop are lined with not just gluten-free goodies but also grainless, refined-sugar-free, and low-dairy or no-dairy products.
Hosting a holiday dinner for gluten-free guests carries a list of responsibilities. Here are some quick tips to ensure a safe, stress-free meal for all.
Try your hand at baking one or all three of these decadent gluten-free macaron recipes: Strawberry Lemonade, Tea & Honey, and Salted Caramel Latte.
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The Happy Mixer Gluten Free Bakery owners Tim and Lisa Mourer Written and Photographed by Angela Sackett From the moment…
Hosting a holiday dinner? Your guest list may include people with food allergies or sensitivities. Use these tips for a safe and stress-free meal!