Wonderful waffles you can eat!

You will have breakfast at every meal with Namaste Waffle and Pancake Mix. With very few ingredients, and just a waffle maker and one mixing bowl, you will have an amazing breakfast staple on your table- and under 20 minutes.

For the basic waffle, mix in a bowl 1 cup of the packaged mix, 1 egg, 1 tablespoon on oil and 1/2 cup of water. You can replace the water by rice, almond milk or regular milk. You can replace the egg for flax seeds (read instructions on the back). Be sure to add vanilla extract and at least 1 tablespoon of sugar.

Use 100% maple syrup and some sliced strawberries and serve warm!

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Low fodmap pizza in a pinch

One of the toughest things to give up is gluten – especially if you are a pizza enthusiast and the cheese and bread combo makes your mouth water.

If you can tolerate some cheese, Bob Red Mills Pizza Crust is easy, breezy and delicious. And it might pass by “real pizza” if you and your dinner guests are slightly distracted!

Buy it at Amazon or at your local organic grocery store. The pizza takes around 20 to 30 minutes to make from beginning to end. Follow the instructions in the back – I like to add fresh mozzarella, provolone cheese and some Parmesan. Then, salt and pepper, fresh basil and cherry tomatoes with tons of oregano. The trick? Do the cheeses first and everything else second. The basil will burn quickly, so only add it 2-3 minutes before he pizza is about done.

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Awesome beers that won’t upset your tummy

Though most experts will allow one or two glasses of wine or beer, I’d much rather go gluten-free all the way.

They say a good idea could come from anywhere- and so does a good tip for delicious beer that is less likely to bother you! Men’s Fitness Magazine Best Gluten-Free Beers has a nice selection of favorites.

Many of them are at Whole Foods or Fresh Market. My favorite one? Greens and New Planet.

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Almond Crescent Cookies – No Yolks!

I really like this recipe! It doesn’t even carry yolks. And they look pretty amazing as well.

Gluten Free Gus

One of our very favorite cookies!  Serve them for breakfast with a strong cappuccino – they’re a perfect stand in for an Almond Croissant!

Almond Crescent Cookies

Click Here To Print Recipe

INGREDIENTS:

7 oz. Almond Paste (not marzipan –Love n Bake makes a readily available GF product.)

1 oz. Almond Flour (remember, you can make your own in a coffee mill.)

1 egg white

4 oz. (½ c.) light brown sugar

¼ teaspoon almond extract

Pinch salt

1 ½ Cup sliced almonds (might need more to fully coat all the cookies.)

Another egg white.

DIRECTIONS:

325 F oven; rack set at the middle. Cookie sheet lined with parchment paper.

  1. Blend almond paste, sugar and salt.
  2. Add 1 egg white and almond extract.
  3. Measure into 1 oz. pieces of dough and roll into balls (12)
  4. Whisk the other egg white in a smallish bowl.
  5. Spread the sliced almonds on…

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