Fishing for a healthy celiac friendly dinner that’s easy to prepare and doesn’t involve a handful of the expensive gluten free brands? Fill your DISH with FISH! Yes, FISH! While many kids (and lets face it, adults) seem to fear fish, I’ve been feeding my celiac kid salmon (from Costco) at least once or twice a month for years, and because of that, he is familiar with the flavor, tolerates the taste, and even seems to prefer it over chicken. For an easy clean up and soft, juicy salmon that melts in your mouth, simply season with salt, pepper, and lemon juice, and cook at 400 degrees for 30 minutes. While that’s cooking, toss in a tray of broccoli and peppers, drizzled with olive oil and garlic salt, and flipped half way through.
- It’s season in!! 💙💙 While many like to bake a nice blueberry pie with their pickings, I find that it’s much easier (and tastier) to make a. All the ingredients you need are 3 cups of, a stick of butter, about a half cup of sugar, baking powder, an egg, a teaspoon of vanilla, and 2/3 cup. I often find that it’s hard to work with flour (and the taste is not always as good unless you use an), so I have tried substituting the flour with @krusteaz. The results have been! Just bake at 375 degrees for 30-40 min