Spicy Jack Pasta

I love a meal that can come together within a 30-minute time span. Not that I don’t love spending time in the kitchen, but some nights you just need a quick fixer…and comfort food, which in my opinion describes this meal perfectly. This recipe makes about four servings, so not only does this provide dinner … Continue reading

Light & Creamy GF Fettuccini

If you haven’t noticed by now, I love pasta. Especially creamy pasta…with caramelized onions and mushrooms. I mean I could eat this meal every day that ends in Y.  I do not so much love the calories though. This dish is nice and creamy, but saves on the calories by using light cream and low-fat almond milk. … Continue reading

Italian Night-Gluten Free Style

In my 24 years of existence I have never met a lasagna I didn’t like. Vegetarian, spinach, meaty, red sauce, white sauce, they’re all delicious in my opinion. My husband, however, does not share this opinion. In fact he has never met a lasagna that he liked. That is, until he met this lasagna. I’m not sure … Continue reading

Bring on the Crockpot!

Have I mentioned how much I love fall? Because I love fall. Fall brings with it crisp air, beautiful fall leaves, that magnificent October sky…and busyness. Lots of busyness. And busyness is great, I thrive on it, but busyness means not being able to go to the grocery store when you’re out of food, and therefore … Continue reading

Simple Pesto Chicken and Broccoli

Garlic. Basil. Pine nuts. I LOVE all of the flavors of pesto! Throw in some GF pasta, chicken, and broccoli and you have yourself a delicious meal in about 30 minutes! Start by heating about 1 tablespoon of olive oil over medium heat. Sprinkle chicken with salt, pepper, and Italian seasoning. Sear chicken on both … Continue reading

Convertible Pasta

Pasta is such a fun dish to make! It’s one of the few meals I feel like I can make without having to look at a recipe, and it’s so interchangeable (thus the name)! As long as you have some pasta on hand you can do just about anything with it. Fortunately, being GF doesn’t … Continue reading