On this day we have an opportunity to thank our troops for their sacrifices. It’s also a traditional day of celebration with family and friends. A couple of years ago we all met down at the River for a BBQ. Jeremy documented the occasion with this little video. Enjoy!
Posts tagged Gluten-Free Prairie Oatmeal
Crepes are a festive treat our family has always loved. But Gluten-Free Crepes? That sounded like an oxymoron to us. Crepes that could roll and stack without sticking? No way. Over the years I had tried all the recipes for Gluten Free Crepes and every one of them would crack. And they all tasted like […]
National Flour Month is the perfect time to celebrate our higher protein Oat Flour. Oats are one of the healthiest whole-grain flours on the planet. If you’ve been looking for the perfect replacement for other gluten-free flours – our Pot Oat’ Gold is full of Gluten Free Prairie Oat Flour. Are oats baby’s perfect first […]
Two press releases caught my eye this week. With screaming headlines like: “Toxic Metals Higher in Gluten Free Food” and “Higher Levels of Arsenic and Mercury Discovered in Gluten-Free Americans” of course I needed to take a closer look. Arsenic levels in rice is well documented. I started blogging about the arsenic in rice issue […]
Want to make Lover’s Day last all day long? Got 5 minutes? Our Chocolate Oatmeal is a perfect choice. Find it on Amazon here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FOLLUDG FREE shipping with Prime! Ingredients: 1 C very hot water 2 TB coconut oil ( like Nutiva) 1/4 C maple syrup ( we use Kirkland, Organic) 1 TB good dark chocolate ( […]
It’s that time again – the playoffs are upon us and enjoying Sunday Football Food can be a challenge for the Gluten-Free Fan. Fear not! Gluten-Free Prairie Huckleberry Meatballs to the rescue. A tasty treat that everyone will enjoy and all the ingredients are naturally gluten-free. Note: If you don’t have access to Huckleberry Jam […]
Are oats baby’s perfect first cereal? Oats are a wonderfully healthy grain and they may be baby’s perfect first cereal, replacing rice as the go-to in generations past. In 2012 the FDA launched a formal investigation into arsenic levels in rice. Consumer Reports discusses arsenic in rice: “The results of our tests were even more […]