Pizza night! We all made our own super-yummy and cheesy personal pies. Some had more vegetables than others.
O’Doughs gluten-free flax pizza kit is one of our go-to store-bought crusts. Terrific taste and texture!
Now if only we could get our hands on their new Bagel Thins…we can’t seem to find them anywhere and they sold out in a New York minute at the Gluten Free Garage!
All that glitters is gluten free.
Lily’s 1st Halloween, October 2006
Now she can spell her own name. And eat gluten-free chicken sausages that she says are “stupendous!”
Food play courtesy of Mark’s Nearly Famous Gourmet Sausages! 100% natural with no fillers or preservatives.
The candy wheel made Lily’s night! Thanks to great aunt Shawnee for showing up wtih the GF goods! (pictured, from top: peanut M&Ms, Jelly Bellies, cashews, M&Ms, Tootsie Rolls, Hershey’s Kisses)
My great great aunt, the late Bessie Segal, in her East Village apartment, late 1990s. I named this dessert after her.
Combine “wet” ingredients in a bowl.
6 cups apples, peeled and chopped into cubes (about 6 apples – Spartan and Spy are good baking apples, Granny Smith is tart; it’s nice to combine some varieties)
1 tsp cinnamon
1 tsp salt
1/4 cup fresh lemon juice
Combine all dry ingredients in a separate bowl.
1/2 cup all-purpose gluten-free flour
1/2 cup pure uncontaminated oats
1/3 cup brown sugar
Add 1/3 cup butter or coconut oil to dry ingredients and combine until mixture gets moist and crumbly. (Use your hands, not a mixer.)
Put apple-cinnamon mixture in an oven-proof dish.
Sprinkle crumble mixture on top of apples.
It’s good to have a helper.
We started things off with a strawberry, banana and pineapple smoothie.