My Kids’ Garden – Naturally Gluten-free!

Gardening with Kids - family bonding, learning, and incoporating fresh fruit and veggies easily!

Raise your hand if you are happy that fruits and vegetables are naturally gluten-free? I am! Seriously, fresh fruit is my favorite part of eating gluten-free. We grow a variety of fruits and vegetables in our backyard so we can enjoy fresh fruit all summer and fall. I love looking in the backyard in August to see bright, ripe berries, huge zucchini, sweet cherry tomatoes, and juicy peaches ready to be picked. Today I've partnered with Tree Top for their Raising Good ...

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Blackened Salmon Salad with Huckleberry Vinaigrette {Gluten-free}

Blackened Salmon Salad with Huckleberry Vinaigrette (Gluten-free) Healthy, easy to make and on the table in 45 minutes! Can use store-bought dressing to make it easier too.

Today's recipe was inspired by an amazing salad that I had during our anniversary getaway last year. The marinated salmon was perfectly cooked and served on fresh spring greens and spinach and had mandarin oranges in it. It was so tasty that I craved it the rest of our trip! I was given the opportunity to work with Alaska Seafood to highlight the nutrition and health benefits of eating Alaska seafood and develop a gluten-free recipe with it. I chose Sockeye ...

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Apple Crisp {Gluten-free}

Family Favorite Gluten-free Apple Crisp with Vanilla Ice Cream

My husband loves fruit desserts. While I'm obviously a huge fan of gluten-free brownies, my hubby would always prefer a homemade fruit pie or crisp for dessert. This recipe for gluten-free apple crisp is a long-time family favorite recipe, adapted from my mom's recipe. Crisps are very easy to convert to gluten-free, as you can substitute pretty much any gluten-free flour and gluten-free oats in the topping. Pick your favorite apple to use in this recipe. The ...

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Peach Oatmeal Cookie Crisp {Gluten-free}

Gluten-free Peach Oatmeal Cookie Crisp - The peaches are topped with oatmeal cookies in this cross between a cobbler and a crisp.

Peach Oatmeal Cobbler, Peach Oatmeal Cookie Crisp, Oatmeal Cookie Peach Crisp, Peach Delight... so many name ideas for this recipe. It was hard to come up with the appropriate name for this dessert I created recently. I got the idea for a dessert like this from a friend a few years back, and then put my own twist on it. I asked my friends on Facebook for name ideas and received all of the above, and more. While it looks more like a "cobbler" does, the topping is ...

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White Chocolate Raspberry Muffins with Almond Streusel Topping {Gluten-free}

Gluten-free White Chocolate Raspberry Muffins - a yummy mid-morning treat!

I recently asked on Facebook what everyone's favorite muffin was and a few people mentioned white chocolate raspberry muffins. While I had seen that combo before, I actually had never had them myself. To the kitchen I went, and created these gluten-free white chocolate raspberry muffins with almond streusel topping! We grow raspberries in our backyard, and this is prime picking time, so I told hubby I needed some for baking. He brought in about 2 cups of fresh ...

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Spring Snack Mix {Gluten-free, nut-free}

Spring Snack Mix {Gluten-free, nut-free} - This is a fun snack mix that is safe for kids to bring to school.

Several times this year, I've been asked for ideas for a fun gluten-free snack for people to bring to pre-school, sports, or school. After some brainstorming and trying out different combinations, this is the fun spring snack mix I came up with. When I saw these fun little bunny crackers at the store, I knew they would be fun for a spring snack mix. My spring snack mix is free from gluten, nuts, and peanuts. You could easily make some substitutions if you are ...

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