I’m really loving this new line of GF products. 

I’m really loving this new line of GF products. 

I’m happy the world knows…It creates more options for us GF people! :) #sorryNOTsorry

I’m happy the world knows…It creates more options for us GF people! :) #sorryNOTsorry

Hands down the best GF fish sticks I’ve tasted! Give it a try! :) 

Hands down the best GF fish sticks I’ve tasted! Give it a try! :) 

Gluten-free Fried Chicken Bites
INGREDIENTS
2 chicken breast tenders
¼ cup crisped rice cereal
1 Tbsp olive oil
DIRECTIONS

Pour crisped rice cereal into a resealable plastic bag and crush cereal until it resembles crumbs.


Cut chicken breasts into bite sized pieces, then place uncooked chicken into the plastic bag filled with crushed cereal.


Shake bag until the cereal coats the chicken.


On a medium sized pan coated with olive oil, fry chicken on a medium setting until cooked, about 5-8 minutes.

KITCHEN COUNTER
Makes 1 serving (181g). Average calories per serving: 311 calories, 6gcarbohydrates, 55g protein, 6g fat, 146mg cholesterol, 270mg sodium, 0gfiber, 443mg potassium, 1g sugar
Total time to make: 10mins
http://parade.condenast.com/282118/camayak/gluten-free-fried-chicken-bites/

Gluten-free Fried Chicken Bites

INGREDIENTS

  • chicken breast tenders
  • ¼ cup crisped rice cereal
  • 1 Tbsp olive oil

DIRECTIONS

  1. Pour crisped rice cereal into a resealable plastic bag and crush cereal until it resembles crumbs.

  2. Cut chicken breasts into bite sized pieces, then place uncooked chicken into the plastic bag filled with crushed cereal.

  3. Shake bag until the cereal coats the chicken.

  4. On a medium sized pan coated with olive oil, fry chicken on a medium setting until cooked, about 5-8 minutes.

KITCHEN COUNTER

Makes 1 serving (181g)Average calories per serving: 311 calories, 6gcarbohydrates, 55g protein, 6g fat, 146mg cholesterol, 270mg sodium, 0gfiber, 443mg potassium, 1g sugar

Total time to make: 10mins

http://parade.condenast.com/282118/camayak/gluten-free-fried-chicken-bites/

experimenter!

Hi I’m glad I found your blog. I’m goin to try a gluten and wheat free diet as much as I can. I find it hard to cook without certain ingredients as I have three small children who love crackers, biscuits pasta bread etc. I can try to cut it out of my diet but means I’m making a few different meals for the family. Why am I cutting it out?Well, for as long as I can remember I have had a sluggish heaviness on waking every morning and also been constipated since forever!

I get spots all over my neck and along my jaw line the day after I eat things containing wheat or gluten and awful cramps in my stomach IMMEDIATELY after my last mouthful of the bad stuff like pasta. I find Brown bread not so bad but pasta kills me.Do you think I could have a complex sensitivity or coulduthis be something else? I also don’t agree with full fat milk, get bad tummy aches.Thanks

Thanks for writing..

I wish you good luck! :)

-Keala

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3 Gluten Free Fall Treats!

1.Crunchy Apple Sandwich
Skip the bread and get fancy with your gluten-free alternatives! Enjoy the fruits of fall by slicing apples thinly to create a sweet and salty sandwich that isn’t full of empty calories. This treat is no trick—your little ones will love to bite into such a chocolate-filled, fun snack. 

Recipe: 
Cut an apple into 4 slices, top 2 apple slices with almond butter, granola and dark chocolate chips. Sandwich the other 2 apple slices on top of each prepared slice.

2.Baked Banana Chips
You can buy these pre-made at the store, but what’s better than the smell of homemade treats filling your kitchen? This recipe is easy enough for even your youngest child to have a hand in.  By making these banana chips yourself, you’re sure to get the perfect amount of flavor in every bite. Beware — they’re addicting!

Recipe: 
1 large thinly sliced banana, 2 tablespoons freshly squeezed orange juice, 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon. Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees F.  In a large bowl, combine all ingredients; mix well to combine. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper, lay banana slices flat on the parchment paper and bake for 45 minutes.

3.Avocado Chocolate Pudding
I know what you’re thinking—avocado? In pudding?! But trust me—this is a chocolaty treat you don’t want to miss. Not only does the whipped avocado provide a gluten and dairy-free creaminess that can’t be beat, it’s chock-full of healthy vitamins that might just “trick” your children into thinking they are eating an unhealthy dessert.

Recipe:
1 large ripe avocado, 1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips, 1 cup coconut milk, 1/4 teaspoon powdered sugar.  Combine all ingredients in a blender; process until smooth and creamy.   Place in the refrigerator until ready to serve.

Source:http://www.foxnews.com/health/2013/10/12/3-gluten-free-fall-treats/

I'm very concerned about being gluten intolerant and would like to try a gluten free life. Expect I'm unsure where to even begin, could you help me via email? Thak you! Jessica fuller email is jfuller314 at gmail it wouldn't let me write it correctly — Asked by Anonymous

Hello Jessica and thank you for writing to me…Please email me and tell me your concerns as to why you want to go gluten free…Being gluten free isn’t for everyone. My email is kealairene@hotmail.com

Best wishes,

Keala

Important: being Celiacs means cutting out MORE than gluten.

I just read this mind blowing article about cutting out soy, industrial seed oils, and sugar…This in addition to cutting out gluten will leads to a FULL recovery to a healthy gut (not a leaky one).

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Check out article here:

http://scdlifestyle.com/2012/04/the-toxic-truth-about-gluten-free-food-and-celiac-disease/