Sunday, December 27, 2015

Let's Get Ready for a New Year!

Hi Everyone!

I hope you are all enjoying the holiday season and consuming some delicious gluten free food!

In case you still have some leftover baking ingredients and want to whip up a few more cookies, I've included some of my favorite gluten free holiday recipes below:
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I hope everyone has a healthy and happy new year!

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Saturday, September 12, 2015

Enjoy Life Does It Again!

If you've been following this blog for a while, then you probably know that Enjoy Life is one of my favorite brands.  I love that it is not only gluten free but free of all major allergens and everything I've tried is delicious!

Recently, Enjoy Life sent me their baking mixes to try out.  My first thought was I'm not going to have time to scramble around finding ingredients to make these items.  But then I noticed that with all of the mixes you just need to add water and oil.  What could be easier than that?!

So far, I've tried the Muffin Mix.  Now, I could have made them plain but, as always, I have Enjoy Life Chocolate Chips lying around so I made chocolate chip muffins (see photograph).  They were amazing!  I'm looking forward to trying out the other baking mixes which include:
  • Pizza Crust Mix
  • Pancake & Waffle Mix
  • Brownie Mix
  • All-Purpose Flour
These baking mixes contain 5 grams of protein per serving and were developed with probiotics!  They are also all made with ancient grains including teff, buckwheat, millet and quinoa.  And as always, they are free from the top 8 allergens, certified gluten free, vegan and kosher.

For more information, visit

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

The Seasoned Vegan

The Seasoned Vegan is a restaurant located in NYC's Harlem neighborhood that serves 100% organic and vegan cuisine.  They also have a wide selection of gluten free food items.

Two of the gluten free dishes that I tried were the Zucchini Mac (zucchini noodles w/ cashew "cheese") and the Burger (two pumpkin seed cremini mushroom sliders with dehydrated onions, raw tomato sauce, sliced avocado, cashew "cheese"and dry herbs on homemade flaxseed bread.  Both items not only looked delicious (see photos) but tasted so, as well.

For more information, visit the Seasoned Vegan at 55 St. Nicholas Avenue or at their website at

Saturday, June 20, 2015

Pala Pizza

One of my long time favorite restaurants is Pala Pizza.  Pala Pizza is located on Manhattan's lower east side and has a ton of gluten free options and many of these items are also vegan.  Their gluten free menu includes appetizers, salads, pasta, pizza and dessert.  They have 3 types of gluten free pasta that you may choose from:
  • Spaghetti (corn and quinoa flour)
  • Fusilli (brown rice flour)
  • Penne (rice, potato and soy flour)
One of my favorite dishes is the Uvetta pizza.  This is topped with butternut squash, red onions, raisins, red bell pepper, daiya cheese and rosemary.

The desserts are also amazing.  My favorite is the gluten free vegan carrot cake.

For more information, please visit their website at or check them out at 198 Allen Street.

Sunday, June 14, 2015

Dirt Candy!

Recently, I was finally able to get a reservation at Dirt Candy, a vegetarian restaurant located on Manhattan's Lower East Side.  The entire menu is vegetarian with many vegan and gluten free options.

I notified the waitress that I was gluten free upon being seated and they quickly brought out a plate of gluten free crackers for me to enjoy while waiting for my meal.

For dinner, I ordered several plates (they recommend ordering 4-7 dishes for a table of 2).  The first dish I tried was the "Mushroom."  This included portobello mousse with sauteed asian pears, cherries, and truffle toast.  Next, I had the curried fries.  And finally, I had the "Cauliflower" which included Cauliflower dumplings (made out of corn starch and cauliflower).

Overall, the dishes were inventive and satisfying and the presentation was amazing.  For more information, please visit