Gluten Free Cranberry Sauce Muffins

Gluten-Free Cranberry Sauce Muffins | glugleglutenfree.com

This post was going to go up the morning after Christmas so you would have something wonderful to do with your leftover cranberry sauce. Then, I got sick Christmas morning and have been sick ever since. Feeling a tad bit better, but I just wanted to get this up in case anyone still has left […]

Holiday Gluten Free Recipe Round Up, Shabtai Review, and Giveaway

Golden Beet, Persimmon, and Pomegranate Salad | glugleglutenfree.com

** UPDATE** This contest is now closed. Please see below for the winners. The holidays are flying by at lightning speed. Again. Just like they always do. YIKES! But this year I decided I was going to be prepared. I actually started making my Christmas presents in September. That’s right! September! If you read my […]

Sweet Potato Biscuits

gluten-free sweet potato biscuits - basket | glugleglutenfree.com

This is the first official post of the new website and design. I am very pleased that it is a guest post by another blogging friend, Iris of The Daily Dietribe. Iris has been writing her blog since 2009 when she decided to go gluten-free for a day to see if it could help her […]

Gluten Free Ginger Cake Cookies

Gluten-Free Ginger Cake Cookies | glugleglutenfree.com

Hello, you beautiful people! And, I mean everyone. This Christmas season has given me new reasons to look at the world, remembering how blessed I am. The big things. The little things. I’m truly a blessed individual. OK, I wasn’t thrilled when the Little Man and I were sick all but 3 days in the […]

Golden Beet, Persimmon, Pomegranate Salad (with Ginger Honey Vinegarette)

Golden Beet, Persimmon, and Pomegranate Salad | glugleglutenfree.com

A while ago, I received an email from a friend of mine, Nancy at The Sensitive Pantry, about Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry Campaign. This holiday season, several bloggers are joining together for a week-long campaign called Share Our Holiday Table. We are each choosing a type of holiday dish to write about to […]

How to Peel a Pomegranate in 5 Easy Steps

Peel a pomegranate - Step 4.2 | glugleglutenfree.com

Pomegranates are probably my favorite food. I could live on them. But, they have one major flaw. Peeling them. They have this tough skin that gets hard as a rock if, God forbid, you leave them too long before getting around to peeling them. Try to peel that thing off without popping a bunch of […]

Christmas Gluten-Free Lasagna (Red and Green)

Gluten-Free Christmas Lasagna Finished | glugleglutenfree.com

I love, love, love lasagna! OK, who doesn’t? Even vegetarians find a way to make lasagna work for them. Otherwise, I don’t think vegetable lasagna would exist. Well, I specifically love, love, love my mother’s lasagna. She made it with a secret ingredient that no other mother of any of my friends ever made it […]

Adopt a Gluten-Free Blogger – Curried Butternut Squash and Apple Soup

Curried Butternut Squash and Apple Soup | glugleglutenfree.com

Don’t these two butternut squashes look like two beautiful lovers, snuggling together for the perfect photo? Just so sweet and cozy? Awwwwww. And if it was a year ago, I would be punting these two squashes off the deck on which the picture was taken like I was trying out for the Pittsburgh Steelers football […]

Gluten-Free Christmas Cookies

Gluten Free Gingerbread Man with red icing | glugleglutenfree.com

**This post is linked to Calling All Cookies – Gluten-Free Cookie Round-Up by Nancy at The Sensitive Pantry. Take a look for some fabulous cookie recipes.** Here is another Gluten-Free Holiday guest post. This one is from the lovely Kim at Simple Ginger. She has been blogging for a year, now, and she has traveled […]

Crustless Fudge Pie—The Clark Kent of Pies

Gluten-Free Crustless Fudge Pie II | glugleglutenfree.com

Most people reading this right now already know my next guest, Shirley. She has been running her blog, gfe – gluten-free easily, for years. She has been gluten-free since 2003 and runs the King George Gluten Intolerance and Celiac Group in Virginia. Her blog is about being as naturally gluten-free as possible, meaning eating foods […]