Try this recipe for Berry Spinach Smoothies! A purple drink that’s healthy? Your kids will love it!
Try this recipe for gluten-free Thai Lobster Rolls! This recipe puts an Asian twist on the classic New England lobster roll.
Try this Baked Artichoke, Potato and Parsley Frittata! You can serve this dish for brunch, lunch or supper (or cut in small squares for party appetizers), and no one ever seems to get tired of it. Any leftovers will keep in the refrigerator for three days and also freeze well. Incidentally, this frittata also makes wonderful lunch box fare.
Try this recipe for Brunch Mix! This snack mix is great to take along for vacation breakfast on the days you plan to begin your adventures early in the morning.
Try this recipe for Tajín Salad that is gluten, corn, soy, refined sugar, dairy and nut free, vegan and serves 6!
Try this Creamy Chicken Salad with Yogurt and Apples! What better way to spend a beautiful summer afternoon than by packing up a picnic basket and relaxing in the sunshine. This gluten-free Creamy Chicken Salad with Yogurt and Apples is the perfect addition to any warm weather get-together, and is as easy to make as it is delicious. Just combine a few simple ingredients for a refreshing meal you can enjoy all summer long. This tasty treat can be served immediately or covered and chilled until ready to serve. Just be sure to make enough to go around!
Try this recipe for Summer Corn and Heirloom Tomato Chowder! This chowder is truly a taste of summer—it’s fresh, light and delivers the perfect amount of heat, just like the ideal summer’s day.
Try this recipe for Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting! This version of everyone’s favorite spring dessert is gluten free and Paleo.
Try this recipe for Empadas! Empadas are a traditional Brazilian street food that can be found in many forms. Sometimes they are made in a turnover shape similar to empanadas. You’ll also find them made more like a mini pot pie. The filling is usually made with shredded meat, a tomato-based sauce, olives and other vegetables.
Try this recipe for Yuca Fries! You can find fresh yuca in the supermarket. It looks like a large root and can usually be found near the potatoes and root vegetables. It’s also available frozen. You have to peel the thick waxy outer layer from fresh yuca, so the frozen may be more convenient to use.