Lunch

Creamy Gluten Free Pasta Recipe with Prosciutto,Tomato and Artichoke – Dairy Free

This gluten free pasta recipe is an easy and delicious weeknight meal. Sundried tomatoes nestle up with artichokes and are all covered with a creamy prosciutto sauce – so good! (Update: This post was originally published in 2018. Greetings from Austin, friends. Things here have been dismal with the winter storm and the loss of power for so many of our fellow Texans. Our power was restored after a 50-hour outage on Wednesday morning and we are feeling so grateful for the heat. Keep checking on your friends and neighbors. In the meantime, …

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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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18 Fall Recipes I Want To Be Eating and Drinking Right Now

As the weather starts to turn cooler, it’s time for comfort food and all things pumpkin spice! This collection of delicious fall recipes will keep you warm and cosy! Hearty stews, baked desserts and warming drinks, there’s something you are sure to love here! Fall is tactile. Thin cotton sweaters coming out of hibernation, followed a few weeks later by their cashmere counterparts.  It’s boucle and wool, chunky knit throws and glen plaid blazers. It’s brilliantly colored leaves that crumble between your fingers and …

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A Week’s Worth of Lunches for Back-to-School

How do you feel about packing lunches? Do you live for the ideating it takes to plan ahead or peer into your refrigerator and make a game time decision? Do your kids prefer variety or gravitate towards the same things every day? My requirements school lunches? They can’t be super fancy or time consuming because there’s nothing more disappointing than spending an hour making a scratch veggie lasagna that nobody wants to eat.  (Speaking from personal experience here!)  Also, they have to be things Parker would actually eat, not …

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