Gluten-Free & Dairy-Free Brookies

I’m a serious chocolate lover but my kids are big on cookies. I’m always looking for ways to incorporate all of our taste buds and these cookies never disappoint. Don’t be scared of them – they are simple and practically fool-proof as long as you let them chill for a bit! They taste and look Read More

Spicy Chorizo Stuffed Mushrooms

Stuffed mushrooms are one of my husband’s favorite appetizers but I get bored with the same flavors. He also loves spicy food so I decided to make these Spicy Chorizo Mushrooms. They are so simple and full of delicious flavor. Great for holidays, game days, tailgates or even just dinner! Makes about 20 mushrooms, depending Read More

Skillet Tacos

I always say how much I love Italian food – the rest of my family LOVES Mexican food. If I ask my kids what they want for dinner it’s tacos, nachos, or enchiladas. I love how simple and customizable tacos are – but crunchy tacos with three kids basically means I clean up just as Read More

Creamy Pepperoncini Pasta

If there’s one thing that I miss from my pre-Celiac days, it’s Italian food… okay, and cheesecake but anyway. Seriously, if I had the choice of restaurant, it was always Italian – not just the crusty breads, but the rich, creamy pastas. I’m always looking for ways to recreate some of my favorites – while Read More

Citrus Coconut French Toast

One of the very first things my mom taught me to cook was French Toast because it is so easy! I remember my favorite part was getting to crack the eggs and that delicious smell of vanilla and cinnamon. I love switching up the flavors and this version is a winner! We love the orange Read More

Pumpkin Sage Drop Biscuits

It’s that time of year where soups, chilis and stews can typically be found cooking most nights at our house. These meals usually require a slice of cornbread, crackers or a savory biscuit. These easy drop biscuits go together quickly and are perfect with just about any bowl of soup! Makes about 1 dozen biscuits. Read More