Gluten Free Mexican Wedding Cookies

1 cup raw sunflower seeds or nuts* 1/4 cup amaranth flour 1/4 cup millet flour 1/4 cup brown rice flour 1/4 cup potato starch (not potato flour) 1/2 cup butter, organic palm oil or dairy free margarine (I use one … Continue reading

Like A Strawberry Shortcake

You know in the summer when everyone is chowing down on strawberry shortcake and all you get is a bowl of ¬†strawberries and whip cream? And if you can’t have dairy, then you’re eating a bowl of fruit with a … Continue reading

Decadent Chocolate Sauce

Looking for a simple chocolate sauce? This has only four ingredients and is easy on time. Heat up your double boiler. “What the deuce is a double boiler” you ask? Well let me tell you. It’s a saucepan that you … Continue reading

Spirugula Salad (spinach and arugula)

This salad includes: Spinach Arugula Diced Cucumbers Sliced Red Onion Dried Cranberries Jess’ Spicy Nuts For dressing you could use the Ravin’ Ranch, or an oil and vinegar, or a fruity vinaigrette. … Continue reading

Tender BBQ Baked Chicken

Preheat your oven to 500 degrees. Rinse and filet 4 chicken breasts, then place them in a large baggy with about 1/2 a cup of your favorite gluten free BBQ sauce. Tenderize the chicken by pounding on it. Feel free … Continue reading

Homemade Honey Mustard

This also is a very simple recipe, and if you are able to use “Vegenaise” instead of mayo, it’ll give it an even better flavor. Plus, Vegenaise has no cholesterol. 1 cup of Vegenaise 2 tablespoons of yellow mustard 1 … Continue reading

Jess’ Spicy Nuts

These are great for snacking on by themselves, or adding to a salad. Even better, they’re quite simple to make and take only a short amount of time. 1/2 cup oil (I prefer grape seed oil, olive oil might steal … Continue reading

Ranch Taters

Here’s a simple potato recipe that goes great with all sorts of dishes, including eggs and bacon. 6 potatoes rinsed and diced 2-3 tsp dill (fresh or dried) 1 tsp garlic (fresh or dried) 1 tsp onion powder 1 tsp … Continue reading

Honey Glazed Asparagus

A friend of ours from Australia introduced us to combining honey, and asparagus. I will never eat it with butter again. 1 bunch of asparagus, rinsed and trimmed. I usually trim about 1/3 of the stem off the bottom. Place … Continue reading

“Fry The Cluck Out Of It” Chicken

So, I know this may not be the healthiest of choices for dinner, but hey, sometimes you just need some good ‘ol comfort food. Especially on a rainy day, or just because you’re tired of being offered the standard “salad” … Continue reading