How to Make Cheap Steak Taste Like a Million Dollars

We love to use the BBQ as often as possible in the summer. We cannot always afford the best steaks though, and if you don’t prep them right, they can come out tough and chewy!  We have played around with various marinades to get the tastiest steak that just melt in your mouth and IContinue reading “How to Make Cheap Steak Taste Like a Million Dollars”

Easy Gluten Free Pancakes 

I LOVE pancakes! I cannot emphasize that enough! It is…it was my absolute favourite Sunday breakfast until we cut wheat from our diet. I started searching online for gluten free pancake recipes and found a bunch of options, but most looked complicated and time consuming. So I took the best info from each recipe andContinue reading “Easy Gluten Free Pancakes¬†“

Eating a Sandwich Without Bread

When we first cut wheat out of our diet, I felt like we weren’t getting enough calories in. Take the bread off the sandwich and you aren’t left with a lot!  I found that we have had to add new carbs into our daily diet, especially lunches, which need to be easy and fast! LuckyContinue reading “Eating a Sandwich Without Bread”

Looking for Fresh Gluten Free Desserts

I have been having trouble with the word “dessert” lately. The word is so tightly wound to wheat products, it is hard to see past the doughs and batters.  Pies, cakes, pastries, cookies, muffins, and cupcakes are all a staple in dessert world, and it makes you realize how much we all now rely onContinue reading “Looking for Fresh Gluten Free Desserts”

Three Easy Go-To Lunches (That are Healthy & Gluten Free)

I struggle with lunches. We are always in a rush since my Husband and I work afternoons and I am always trying to find things that are easy, healthy and will keep us full without the use of bread or wheat products. I seem to keep coming back to these three delicious recipes, with ingredientsContinue reading “Three Easy Go-To Lunches (That are Healthy & Gluten Free)”

Meal Planning on a Budget

I went to the grocery store this morning and was super happy with some “discount” finds! I am always trying to keep my weekly grocery budget under $40.00 ($30 is always my goal) and looking for recipe inspiration isn’t always cheap!  They say the most brilliant, creative ideas come out of poverty, so the wayContinue reading “Meal Planning on a Budget”