*Goodbye Gluten*

themoodybaker:

Gluten-Free Puppy Chow
INGREDIENTS
1 box gluten-free chex – it helps if it’s just the plain kind, but I might need to try the Chocolate Chex too one day for an extra helping of chocolate!
1 cup chocolate chips – you may need a little more than that
1/2 c peanut butter
1 1/2 c confectioner’s sugar (aka powdered sugar)
1 (new) trash bag – or several gallon size ziplocs
DIRECTIONS
Melt the chocolate and peanut butter together in a pan on the stove. Stir to keep from burning.
Throw the chex into the trash bag and once the chocolate/peanut butter mix is melted, pour the mix into the trash bag with the chex. From here it’s a “Shake Fest”. Basically shake and make sure all of the chex is totally coated with the chocolate/peanut butter mix.
Once they’re all covered in chocolate, dump the confectioner’s sugar into the bag and start another “Shake Fest” – making sure that the chex is now totally covered in the powdered sugar.
Let it cool a little…and begin to devour the most amazing snack you will ever have eaten!
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themoodybaker:

Gluten-Free Puppy Chow

INGREDIENTS

  • 1 box gluten-free chex – it helps if it’s just the plain kind, but I might need to try the Chocolate Chex too one day for an extra helping of chocolate!
  • 1 cup chocolate chips – you may need a little more than that
  • 1/2 c peanut butter
  • 1 1/2 c confectioner’s sugar (aka powdered sugar)
  • 1 (new) trash bag – or several gallon size ziplocs

DIRECTIONS

  1. Melt the chocolate and peanut butter together in a pan on the stove. Stir to keep from burning.
  2. Throw the chex into the trash bag and once the chocolate/peanut butter mix is melted, pour the mix into the trash bag with the chex. From here it’s a “Shake Fest”. Basically shake and make sure all of the chex is totally coated with the chocolate/peanut butter mix.
  3. Once they’re all covered in chocolate, dump the confectioner’s sugar into the bag and start another “Shake Fest” – making sure that the chex is now totally covered in the powdered sugar.
  4. Let it cool a little…and begin to devour the most amazing snack you will ever have eaten!

http://becomingmrsstrong.wordpress.com/2013/12/02/tasty-thursday-gluten-free-puppy-chow/

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miscellaneousdesserts:

Gluten Free Peanut Butter Cookies (recipe)

miscellaneousdesserts:

Gluten Free Peanut Butter Cookies (recipe)

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glutenfreepanda:

This is going to be short and sweet.  Buy these. No regrets. Unffff.


I actually thought these were awful. :/ maybe I just got a bad box!

glutenfreepanda:

This is going to be short and sweet.
Buy these. No regrets. Unffff.

I actually thought these were awful. :/ maybe I just got a bad box!

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Buddha Statue in forest Pak Shong in Thailand

Buddha Statue in forest Pak Shong in Thailand

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celiacandthebeast:

Yes Virginia, there IS such thing as a gluten-free Fig Newton now. 

Omg.

celiacandthebeast:

Yes Virginia, there IS such thing as a gluten-free Fig Newton now. 

Omg.

Finally got the celiac blood test.

Although I fought with my Dr. About the fact I haven’t eaten gluten in 2 years, she wanted me to get the test that day.

It came back negative, so she told me to try eating it again… I ate some stuff, but at first it was terrifying. Then I was so damn constipated (tmi) that I had a crazy distended stomach and didn’t bm for over a week, I had to take a laxative for a week before I could get back to normal. It’s embarrassing when my pants don’t fit :(

I don’t give a shit(literally, haha) if it was negative, after 3 weeks, I dropped gluten like it was hot.

I’m so sick of Dr’s being dismissive, when I asked for the test originally she passed it off, and told me how good wheat is and looked me up and down and said “well, celiac patients usually lose a lot of weight.” ……thanks.

Needless to say, I still don’t have a definite answer, but I’m thinking it’s more of just an intolerance, just from the severity of my reactions compared to celiac diagnosed individuals. It also could have just been because I didn’t have it in my system for so long, then I didn’t let it settle back in? It was sooooooo uncomfortable I don’t even care if it’s not really an issue honestly.

There’s a GIG (gluten intolerance group) in Portland with connections to internists that understand these things, I’ve been trying to hook up with, I’ll let you know what comes from it!

congrats-youre-alive:

But how do people have strictly themed blogs? I reblog what ever remotely holds my attention for .5 seconds

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