Classic Gluten Free Latkes

For those who celebrate, Happy Hannukah!! Tonight marks the first night of Hannukah and I’m all ready with a platter of EASY, delicious, gluten free latkes. Whether you celebrate the holiday or not you will love these crispy potato pancakes. They are almost like a hash brown and can be served at any meal throughout…

Roasted Asparagus with Fresh Parmesan Cheese

This simple side dish compliments any entrée. It’s very easy to make and super flavorful. It only takes about 10 minutes to bake and the results are beautiful! Give it a try this Thanksgiving weekend. Happy holiday! xo Ingredients • 1 bundle of asparagus (15-20 stalks) • drizzle of olive oil • 1 tbsp chopped…

Gluten Free Challah

Here it is…GLUTEN FREE CHALLAH!! I worked hard to perfect this recipe for you. I experimented with different flours and thought that this recipe worked best for a soft, “close to the real thing” challah. Sprinkle with your favorite toppings or knead some raisins and cinnamon sugar right into the dough. The results are really…

Zucchini Chips

I have been getting a lot of requests for this recipe, so here you go! These zucchini chips make a great side dish or afternoon snack. They are easy to make and take little time to prepare and bake. Zucchini’s are full of antioxidants and vitamin C and B. They contain anti-inflammatory properties and help aid…

Broccoli, Coconut and Cilantro Soup – Top 8 Allergen Free

I recently dined at a local restaurant where they served a broccoli, coconut and cilantro soup. I loved it so much that I wanted to make my own version. I think it turned out really well. This recipe is top 8 allergen free and paleo friendly! We served ours with a gluten free crusty baguette…

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 •…

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,…

Za’atar Spiced Eggplant

I recently traveled throughout Israel and fell in love with the flavors of the beautiful country. I like to cook using basic fruits and vegetables but play with different spices. I was introduced to Za’atar while I was away and I loved it! You can buy pre made Za’atar or combine certain mediterranean spices to…

Apple Pie Salad

An apple a day keeps the doctor away 🙂 Apples are the best afternoon snack. They give you energy and help keep you full due to the fiber and water content. They are also jam packed with vitamins which helps keep the doctor far, far away! Instead of eating an apple whole why not try…

Lime and Cilantro Cabbage Salad

A very close friend of ours made us this salad last weekend and I fell in love. Here is my version! It is crunchy, tangy and full of flavor. Cabbage is full of fiber, vitamin B6 and folate. Give this one a try tonight. It’s easy and quick to make! Ingredients • 1/2 green cabbage thinly…

Broccoli and Raisin Summer Salad

This salad is the perfect way to start your summer. It’s crunchy, sweet, savory and full of vitamins. It is extremely easy to make and I guarantee it will be a hit at your party this weekend. I used light mayo to keep the calorie and fat content down but feel free to use whatever you’d like!…