Apple, Honey, Top 8 Allergen Free Cookies

For those who are celebrating Rosh Hashanah we wish you a Shana Tova. Happy New Year! Apples and Honey are enjoyed on this holiday as they symbolize a sweet new year. Below are some Apple, Honey, Top 8 Allergen Free Cookies. They smell, look, and taste just like the cookies my Bubby used to make but free…

Top 8 Allergen Free Breakfast Cookies

Since my daughter Golda tested positive for celiac disease I have enjoyed experimenting with different “flours”. This recipe calls for quinoa flakes and gluten free oats which both provide a nice amount of protein and fiber. Great way to start your day! We haven’t been missing white flour as all of these new substitutes contain…

Oven Baked, Gluten Free Onion Ring Stack

These onion rings are so yummy. They’re low in fat because they’re baked not fried. They don’t take long to prepare and make the perfect snack or side dish. Healthy, gluten free onion rings are below! Try them out tonight 🙂 Ingredients • 1 medium sweet onion • 1 egg + 1/2 cup water •…

Gogi Berry Balls

Aron has baseball games all afternoon and it’s time to fill up on lots of energy! No better way than with these Gogi Berry Balls. They’re packed with protein from the chickpeas, quinoa flakes, and gogi berries. They are sure to fill the hunger gap and provide him with an energy boost! If you’re looking…

Banana Chips

This took a few attempts to get just right! Try not get frustrated if your banana chips don’t turn out the first time. You have to have some patience with this one. We love these as they’re a crunchy alternative to potato and tortilla chips and don’t have the extra oil or sugar that the…

Chicken and Turkey Bacon Pinwheels

My kids love turkey bacon. If I could incorporate it into every meal they would be such great eaters! This was an easy, healthy and DELISH recipe using only 2 ingredients. Chicken and low sodium turkey bacon. Throw your pinwheels onto the bbq or grill pan. The results are amazing. They were gobbled up in…

Quinoa, Roasted Beets, and Beet Green Salad

We love beets! They’re sweet, tasty and flavorful and they’re a great source of fiber, vitamin C and B6. Be sure to save your beet leaves for this recipe as you can eat them! Beet Greens are an excellent source of vitamin K, A, C, B2, fiber and calcium. They are also a great source of iron,…

Coconut Chicken Tenders

I have a new love for shredded coconut. Our allergist says that coconut isn’t considered a tree nut and our son seems to tolerate it very well. I know there is a lot of controversy about coconut in the tree nut allergy world but we seem to be able to have it in our home….

One Bowl Oatmeal Cookies

I have been experimenting for quite some time to make the best oatmeal cookies. I am so happy with how these came out and they were so easy to make, in one bowl! The results are soft, chewy and delicious! Follow the recipe below for an easy sweet treat. Ingredients • 1 egg • 1/4 cup butter softened…

Potato Frittata

I was with one of my super talented and super mom friends yesterday and she was telling me all about the frittatas that she makes for her kids for breakfasts. It sounded so easy, healthy and delicious that I had to give it a try! She dropped off some more fresh herbs and vegetables from…

Shakshuka

This Israeli dish can be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch or dinner. It can be eaten on its own or with some gluten free bread or rice. It is full of simple ingredients but packed with flavor, vitamins and protein. Give it a try tonight! Ingredients • 1 eggplant cut into cubes, 1 onion chopped, 1…

Chocolate Caramel Candies

These candies are made with 2 ingredients!! My kids absolutely love them and they were surprised to hear that they’re made with dates. I had to find dried dates that weren’t cross contaminated with nuts which was a challenge because I am rarely able to find dried fruit that are nut free. Now that I…