Category Archives: Gluten Free Recipes

Desserts! Paleo, Gluten-Free, Vegan, Oh My!

Desserts!  Paleo, Gluten-Free, Vegan, Oh My!

When your life feels too rigid, do you ever find that you turn to food that makes you feel even crappier? With our recent move I’ve totally been treating myself to more sweets (hello hazelnut gelato!) to counter the stress. But these “treats” lead to a case of the crankies and leave me feeling even… Continue Reading

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Oh These Nuts?

Oh These Nuts?

I LOVE toasted hazelnuts (and stuff they come in, like Nutella) – they’re an amazing topping for sassing up any basic veggie dish, salad, oatmeal, or dessert in a flash. But when you buy hazelnuts they usually come with those pesky skins still on them. Luckily, they’re easy (and fun) to remove. So check out… Continue Reading

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How to Morph Leftovers into a 10-Minute Frittata

How to Morph Leftovers into a 10-Minute Frittata

On Sunday’s, I’m a big fan of making BAB’s (Big-Ass Batches) to make it easier to feed yourself during a busy week. But, if you’re like me and you get bored easily, it’s not that fun to eat the same old food over and over. That’s why I love morphing leftovers into brand new dishes,… Continue Reading

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One-Pot Italian “Potatoes” & Green Beans

One-Pot Italian “Potatoes” & Green Beans

A few years ago, when I lived in Boston, I took this awesome “Italian One-Pot Dinners” cooking class with my sister-in-law, Mia. We had this adorable little Italian lady, Maria, teach us her family favorites for easy, no-fuss dinners. The one that really stood out to us was this simple Potatoes and Green Beans with… Continue Reading

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So, Do You Know Your Eating Personality?

So, Do You Know Your Eating Personality?

I’m so excited to finally “move in” to my new online home! But I’m even more excited to share this fun new “Eating Personality” quiz I created for you. Have you ever noticed that the food you crave can be completely different than what your friends crave? I’ve always been fascinated by people’s food preferences… Continue Reading

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Same Old Greens? How ‘bout 10-Minute Maple-Sesame Bok Choy?

Same Old Greens? How ‘bout 10-Minute Maple-Sesame Bok Choy?

You’ve told me you want to eat more greens – good thinking. Greens help keep you energized and fill you up, crowding out all the heavier foods that make you feel bloated and cranky. Now, of course you know I’m obsessed with kale (who isn’t?!), it’s the ultimate green nutrition powerhouse.  But, I thought it… Continue Reading

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My TV Segment: “Crazy-Week Sesame-Quinoa”

My TV Segment: “Crazy-Week Sesame-Quinoa”

On Monday I visited Better Connecticut on Channel 3 to teach one of my favorite dishes for a crazy week: Sesame-Quinoa Fried Rice. My Go Feed Yourself’ers love this dish because: All the ingredients (quinoa + veggies) can be made in “Big-Ass Batches”, or BAB’s, at the beginning of the week and assembled in 5… Continue Reading

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“I Am So Smart” Mustard-Encrusted Salmon

“I Am So Smart” Mustard-Encrusted Salmon

Did you know that salmon is an amazing brain food? It’s a killer source of inflammation-fighting omega-3 fatty acids that can rebuild brain cells, improve memory, and boost your mood. I’ve always read that salmon is fantastic for your memory (I even made sure I ate it for dinner before taking my big nerdy accounting… Continue Reading

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