Welcome to another week of fabulous food made healthier….I can’t wait to see the healthy twists you put on food this week.
Thanks to everyone who linked up & spread the word last week about our 1st Anniversary Edition – you made the day extra special for me. It was an incredible round up.
Last Week’s Healthier Highlights
If you still have some zucchini left, try these gluten-free mini zucchini loaves. Make a bunch and freeze them so you’ll always have a delicious hostess gift on hand. Another summer dish that you should make if you’re not ready to let go – a semi-traditional paneanella. Love those gluten-free croutons! And, I absolutely must share these buckwheat tomato and pesto muffins. Buckwheat is one of my favorite gluten-free flours. I’m going to make these soon.
For any time of year, try this granola-ish cereal without any oats. I haven’t had cereal in years…this recipe might just be the reason I start eating it again. Dessert (you know I’d never leave it out…) try this bean-based chocolate ganache cake. I love baking with beans…another recipe I’m going to try.
On Friday, I posted a Labor Day Round-Up – check out some of my favorite recipes from top gluten-free bloggers. There’s definitely a simple dinner idea in the mix for you.
My Upcoming Book – A Mini-Update
Look for an full update on my book soon…if you haven’t noticed the dessert recipes have been far and few between here. I’ve been baking for the book – it’s a little wild trying to bake for the blog, too. So I’ve been sharing some of the savory food that comes out of my kitchen. Maybe it’ll balance out the sweet-heavy recipe list.
I’ll be sharing some of what I’ve been working on and give you the lowdown on the variety of recipes included which span the gammet. They’re all SS&GF with a quick & simple spin.
Tropical Traditions Winner….
Congrats to Andrea, commenter #23! Enjoy that gallon of Palm Shortening.
Come Back Tomorrow…
Alta from Tasty Eats at Home is guest posting…a flavor-packed, easy to make recipe you don’t want to miss.
Linking Up Guidelines!
- Recipes DO NOT have to be sugar-free or gluten-free – just healthier in some way. The idea is to share our ideas and inspire each other in the kitchen.
- When you link, please tell us who you are and what you’re cooking. For example, I might enter:
Amy @ Simply Sugar & Gluten Free – (Labor Day Round Up)
- Please link to your individual post, not your homepage and link back to this post so that your readers can find the recipes here.
I hate deleting links but some get deleted every week.
If you find that your link has been deleted it’s because it doesn’t link to your post or you haven’t linked back here. E-mail me with questions or if you need help.