As I get busier and busier with life and kids (you know how it is), I become more partial to having mixes on hand. It makes cooking from scratch, and therefore saving money, a lot less time consuming. Ranch dressing is easy enough to make from scratch, and even my favorite avocado-lime ranch Keep Reading
Living gluten-free does not mean having to sacrifice flavor or buying specialty products. These Gluten-Free Mixes are recipe starters that get you making gluten free recipes such as sauces and pastries right away. It is pretty common knowledge that you can find gluten in most baked good such as breads and pastries, so a lot of the recipes here are bakery related. However, did you know that you could encounter gluten in other foods? We have a gluten-free ranch dressing as well as a gluten-free hot cocoa to make sure that your diet is completely gluten free, in case you have allergies or sensitivities to it. Having these gluten free cake mixes and gluten free bread mixes on hand will help you be at the ready in case you need to prepare something but it also allows you the flexibility to make your own gluten free products. The mixes are incredibly flexible and versatile, so bake away!
For gluten-free recipes, having a good flour mix is essential, obviously. A few years ago, I shared how to make the cheapest gluten free flour mix ever. I was (and am) quite proud of it. It’s super easy, super cheap, and can be made even cheaper if you grind your own flour. I’ve used that mix for Keep Reading
You know what I miss about cooking with wheat? Cake mix. I know, I know, not healthy. But it’s so handy! Cake mix makes whipping up a quick desert easy. We need an alternative for gluten-free recipes, right? As always, pre-packaged, gluten-free cake mixes are out of my budget, but I finally got Keep Reading
Sometimes, there’s just nothing that hits the spot on a cold morning like a steaming mug of hot chocolate. My usual policy is to not drink my calories, but I make an exception for a good cup of hot cocoa. Hot chocolate with a homemade marshmallow? Yes please! I wrote a while back about some of Keep Reading
I wish I could remember where I found this recipe so I could credit it, but I lost it. I guess that’s the downfall of having a recipe that’s so easy to remember. 1/4 cup flour, 1/4 cup brown sugar, 2T. each of cocoa, oil, and milk. Mix together and zap it for a minute. Voila! You have a Keep Reading
Gluten-free flour mixes are notoriously expensive. Shockingly expensive. Quite frankly, with the grocery budget I have, I simply can’t afford them. Fortunately, making your own inexpensive flour isn’t as hard as it sounds, and with the investment of a Kitchen grain mill Mill , it costs only a Keep Reading