While on vacation this summer, my older daughter got a real bakery snickerdoodle, as big and sugary as can be (bought by her aunt). My younger daughter, who is off gluten, soy and most dairy, got a leftover brownie. Now the brownies were good, but she still had to watch that snickerdoodle being eaten. So I promised her I would figure out how to make gluten-free snickerdoodles when we got hoe. Here they are. These ones can also be made dairy-free and they are low carb.THMers, these are an S....more
Amber @ Fit, Foodie RunsHow many of you are excited to take the Whole Foods, Gluten Free Family Challenge? I’ve had a good response so far on submissions and I’m super excited to do this together! Shew – now I feel like I have a few people who have my back ...more
What a gorgeous autumn day! I can't believe it's October already. The leaves are turning, and I've been cooking with my favorite fall flavors—pumpkins, winter squash, apples and spices. I love this time of year. So grab an apple muffin and a pumpkin spice latte, and pull up a chair next to the fire. Here are my top 10 easy paleo recipes for fall.
A woman in front of me at the grocery store was telling me her son was on the autism spectrum. I mentioned something about the correlation with autism and digestive issues and allergies and she looked shocked. "I've never heard that!" she said. "So kids with autism are more likely to have allergies? And digestive problems?" I was shocked her pediatrician hadn't mentioned it.So when I ran across this article on celiac and the brain, I knew there would surely be some mention of autism (which there is), but I found out some other interesting things, such as:...more