recipes

Gluten Free Crispy Chicken Wings with Garlic Teriyaki and Buffalo Dipping Sauce

GF Crispy Baked Wings These Gluten Free Crispy Chicken Wings are super easy and perfect for game day (or any day really!). You only need a few ingredients, that you likely have in your pantry to make the perfect homemade crispy wing. Comes complete with two delicious sauces, Teriyaki and Buffalo! Crispy and delicious, these gluten free chicken wings are slathered in delicious sauces and perfect for game day. How To Make These Gluten Free Chicken Wings – Step by Step Pat wings dry with paper towels; Toss wings in baking powder and salt; Bake at 250F/120C for …

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Gluten Free Lemon Poppy Seed Bread Recipe with Lavender

This super moist gluten free, dairy free lemon poppy seed bread has just a hint of floral and a zing of lemon, the perfect spring flavor combination. Spring may not be officially here, but as long as this delicious Gluten Free Poppy Seed Bread it might as well be! If you find it to be cloudy, cold or overcast where you are, this baking recipe might be just the thing to perk you up! When we lived in California, we had four lemon trees that produced a bounty of lemons we could never consume by ourselves. That said, I became a master citrus …

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The 10 Best Breakfast Tacos in Austin

You can’t throw a rock in Austin without hitting a restaurant that serves breakfast tacos. The breakfast taco concept is so simple, too. Most breakfast tacos are some combination of eggs, breakfast meats like sausage or bacons, cheese and salsa. You might think that given the simplicity, it would be hard to stand apart, but that’s just not so! The truth is that some breakfast tacos here in Austin are in a league all their own! (We’re looking at you Veracruz!) We pooled over a dozen of our favorite Austinites to get the …

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Texas-Style Brisket and Queso Seven Layer Dip Recipe

This delicious Seven Layer Dip has some of the things you might expect from a seven layer dip recipe– refried beans, sour cream, and guacamole– as well as some things that give it a Texas twist– queso and brisket! This is the part of the post where most people will tell you that they only watch the Super Bowl for the commercials or how the Puppy Bowl is the real attraction for them on that first Sunday in February.  Sorry, not this blogger. I’m the one yelling at the TV during the play offs and startling any nearby children. …

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