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    Recipe: Potato Skins

    Potato skins are so good and pretty easy to make, actually. These gluten free ones are hassle free and filling. Let’s get cooking! Ingredients 7 russet potatoes 3 tablespoons of grapeseed oil dashes of salt 7 slices of gluten free turkey bacon 200g of old cheddar cheese 4 green onions ranch dressing or sour cream First, wash your potatoes and then dry them well. Set the oven to 400 on bake. Then, poke the potatoes and bake them for about 45-50 minutes. While the potatoes…

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    Recipe: White Queso

    Rotel white queso – it’s the perfect dip for the game next weekend. Plus, it’s gluten free and made with real cheese, not the heavily processed kind (although, Velveeta is a childhood memory for me, and I doubt I’ll ever fully give it up). Ingredients 400g of monterey jack cheese 1 can of Rotel, drained 8oz of cream cheese 3/4 cup of sour cream 1 bunch of green onions The first thing you’ll want to do is cube your cheese. Then, drain the Rotel tomatoes.…

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    Recipe: Garlic Cheesy Bread

    Garlic cheesy bread – and it’s gluten free. Basically, this is garlic bread pizza. Yes, you can cut it differently and trick someone into thinking it’s pizza – it’s that good. Ingredients Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free Pizza Crust (and ingredients to make) 3 cups of old cheddar cheese and pizza mozzarella 1 1/2 cups of mayonnaise heaping tablespoon of chopped garlic 2 teaspoons of hot sauce salt and pepper to taste 2 tablespoons of cornmeal The Crust First, the crust. I’m going to walk…

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    Recipe: Tzatziki

    It’s time for dip – tzatziki dip that is! This refreshing, healthy, and easy dip is the perfect afternoon snack. I eat it with more cucumbers and my husband likes it with naan, not pita, don’t get the two confused! Okay, let’s get this recipe underway! Ingredients medium cucumber 1 1/2 cups of Greek yogurt tablespoon of minced garlic 1 1/2 tablespoons of fresh dill salt and pepper First, you’ll need to wash and peel your cucumber. I also deseed it – that cuts down…

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    Project: Trick or Treat Bags

    It’s almost halloween which means it’s time for trick-or-treat bags! I got these ready for Tuesday night since Monday is a busy day. Last year we only had two kiddos, yet we’ve had a house go for sale in the area and I have no idea if they have zero or 9 children. Basically, I want to be prepared. Plus, having a couple of leftover treats isn’t a bad thing, right? Trick or Treat Bags First, stop at the Dollar Store. Here, the trick is…