In the spirit of fairness, I need to preface this with: being French from birth, my following comment may be strongly biased. I believe French desserts are the best. If you have ever been to France, you know what I'm talking about. Baking (and we can … [Read more...] about Gluten Free Caramelized Peach Cake
For many years now, I have been a kombucha drinker not only because I think this beverage is delicious, but also because I like the fact that it is healthy for me (due to its probiotic content). However, in recent years, I have slacked off and I … [Read more...] about KeVita Probiotic Organic Drink (a review)
I am French born and raised. I have very fond memories of peeking through bakery windows at fresh eclairs and other French delicacies. We had a bakery less than 300 feet away from our home, actually. Blessing or curse, I'm still unsure; but maybe a … [Read more...] about Easy Low Carb Eclair Cake (grain free)
Through some research, I found out that most of us are deficient in magnesium and that popping pills is not the best way to correct such a deficiency. If you want to learn a bit more about the function of magnesium and how many organ systems are … [Read more...] about DIY Magnesium Oil Body Butter
I have a confession to make, I like having a daily treats. I really do! It doesn't have to be something sweet. Popcorn or tortilla chips with a piece of cheese are two of my favorite snacks. I also like a sweet treat once in a while. Ice cream is … [Read more...] about Raw Cookie Bites
In the world of nutrition, where some foods are good for you one day and bad the next, do we dare ask the question: are bananas good for you? It's a great question and banana benefits depend in part on whom you ask. Are Bananas Good for … [Read more...] about Are Bananas Good for You?
Crepes were kind of a staple while growing up. My mother was from a long generation of "Bretons" (the Brittany region in France). Brittany and crepes is pretty much synonymous. I have very fond memories of my grand-mother making crepes for us. We … [Read more...] about Gluten Free Crepes (no grain or sugar/dairy free option)
If you're like me, the thought often associated with coconut was "fruit" not flour. Before recently, the idea of making flour out of coconut meat would never have occurred to me. On the other hand, to my children, the term coconut flour is … [Read more...] about Benefits and Uses of Coconut Flour
These are the best gluten free chocolate chip cookies ever! Before my husband had to be gluten free his favorite dessert was my chocolate chip cookies. Baking a batch was sure to bring a smile to his face. I was determined to convert my famed … [Read more...] about Best Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies
Linda is a follower on my Facebook Page who graciously accepted to share her testimony about living with Celiac disease. I always appreciate when readers are willing to share their gluten free journey with my blog readers. For those that MUST be … [Read more...] about Living with Celiac
Chocolate and peanut butter! Who doesn't love that combination? My second son LOVES it. He adds peanut butter to anything chocolate. These gluten free peanut butter bars were a hit on the first try! Since we've established that the … [Read more...] about Gluten Free Peanut Butter Bars
What is Celiac disease? The word Celiac - pronounced see-lee-ack - has roots in both Greek and Latin and means "related to the abdomen." Celiac can also be spelled coeliac in other parts of the world. Celiac is 1) an autoimmune disorder which … [Read more...] about What is Celiac Disease?