Hey Y'all. I mentioned in the book that I'd add some recipes and I will! For now, I'll tell you this.... My usual recipe is to toss some veggies into a baking dish (frozen is fine) drizzle some olive oil or coconut oil over them, add some seasonings and bake at 350 degrees for twenty minutes. While that's cooking, I'll slap some meat on a racked pan. Season it. Broil it. Flip it after 3-5 minutes. Broil it for another 3-5 minutes. Viola! Dinner is ready in less than a 1/2 hour.

When I have more time, I make salads or casserole dishes with gluten free pasta or rice. Now these "grains" may not be best for everyone. They are known to be inflammatory foods. They probably aren't great for me, but I haven't evolved past having them yet. Nor do I only eat "whole" foods. I still love some ice-cream! And potato chips... mmmmm..... po..ta..to...chiiiipsss....

Hey, give a girl a break! I've already given up regular pizza, bread, pastries, wine and beer! Thankfully, I have options to satiate my appetite.

For now, check out the links below if you want some ideas to try on your own. As you can see they are all different takes. To EACH HIS OWN! Could one of these sites share something that would work for you? 

When I actually take the time to share some of my very favorite recipes, I'll let you know on the FB page or in future newsletters. So sign up to one or the other if you like!

Btw, if you don't know about Thrive Market, I have a button below that will bring you to the site and I will get credit on my next order if you join. I Love Thrive and get a lot of my gluten free foods from there at much more affordable prices than the supermarket. One of my guilty pleasures as I try to order in bulk to save on the shipping materials. Check it out!