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Gluten Free Omega 3 Trail Mix Recipe

Posted in Gluten Free, and Homemaking

This naturally gluten free trail mix is packed with omega 3 goodness. It can easily be customized for taste preferences, but I personally love the sweet, salty combination of dried cranberries with nuts. Toss in some dark chocolate chunks for a more indulgent treat. I’ve found that this particular mix helps calm cravings in between meals or in the evenings. It gives an extra boost when I feel like I’m dragging. It’s a good source of omega 3 fatty acids, magnesium, iron, protein, fiber, and other vitamins. It doesn’t have any cholesterol. If you use unsalted nuts, it will also…

Easy Chicken Parmesan Two Ways

Posted in Gluten Free

Have you ever wished that mealtime could be a little easier? Do you need to make one meal stretch into at least two meals? Do you like fix-it-and-forget-it meals? My gluten free chicken parmesan two ways may be just what you need.

When Valentine’s Day rolls around, I know that I’m going to be making chicken parmesan for my family. I’ve been making it for Valentine’s Day for 20 or so years. There may have been a year here or there that I missed due to deployments or illness, but for the most part, it’s a staple at our house. This year, I thought it would be fun to make a version that could be used more than one way for more than one meal.…

Decadent Loaded Mashed Potatoes

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Mashed potatoes aren’t just for Thanksgiving, and they certainly don’t need gravy to taste delicious. These decadent loaded mashed potatoes are not light nor are they low in calories. My daughter and I like to eat them as a meal while my husband prefers to have them paired with veggies and meat. I like to start off with organic russet potatoes, but I’ve also used red or yellow potatoes when I didn’t have russet potatoes on hand. I scrub the potatoes really well before peeling them and removing any dark spots. Try to cube the potatoes in roughly the same…