I'm so excited to share this next recipe with you!!! They're so yummy. I can't stop eating them. :( If you follow my blog you might already know that I'm pumpkin obsessed. It's a problem- and I should seek help- but for now you can benefit by enjoying this next recipe!
This recipe literally just came to me. I had seen gluten-infested pumpkin dinner rolls on pinterest and thought "Mmmmmm..." but then truly the addition of the cinnamon and sugar was divinely inspired... ;)
I think you're going to be seriously pleasantly surprised by the moistness of these tasty rolls. They're light and fluffy with just the perfect hint of pumpkin. They don't have the texture of a gluten-free bread AT ALL! You know what I'm talking about...that dense, dry stuff you dread. This recipe is different!
This recipe is versatile as well. To turn them into pumpkin cinnamon rolls simply top with this cream cheese frosting. If you don't care for pull-apart you can simple sprinkle the cinnamon and sugar on before baking. And if you want just a pumpkin dinner simply leave out the cinnamon & sugar all together.
Gluten Free Pull-Apart Cinnamon & Sugar Pumpkin Rolls
Yummers!...But she keeps eating my props!
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Fall is one of my favorite seasons. Besides it being so beautiful- the weather change means to me pumpkins and warm soup! This next recipe combines them both! It's really simple to put together and the end result tastes amazing. Fan of pumpkin? Then I think you'll love it!
PS- Be sure to check out below my other photos from our Adventures @ the Pumpkin Patch.
Thai Pumpkin Soup
Store leftovers in a covered container in the fridge for up to 3 days. Goes great over cooked rice, quinoa or beans. This would also make a great curry base to top over some steamed vegetables or cooked chicken.
Audrey was loving the small green ones this year...
and Ella wasn't too sure about the whole thing... ;)
She definitely didn't want to be left alone with one...
Animals, not pumpkins, scare this one...
But...from distance they're not as bad. ;)
Last stop...Children in the Corn... It's a Cornbox...(like a sandbox but with corn instead.) Clever.
Crockpot Creamy Italian Chicken & Tomato Soup
To make this recipe I used:
The Gluten Free Expo at Southtown Expo Center (Utah)
The Southtown Gluten Free Expo is coming to town again this weekend and many of you might be wondering- is it really worth the $8 per person to go?
My honest opinion...Pictures are worth a 1,000 words...
Check out all the free stuff we walked away with last year! Not only did we "break even" but we gained some great knowledge on Gluten Free products available right in our area.
PS- kids under 8 are FREE!
Our FREE GF goodies consisted of prepacked snacks such as oatmeal, cookies, crackers, popcorn, bars, and more. We definitely loved being able to try these products before we consider buying them in the store.
This next recipe is a very simple Gluten Free baby food that you can create with simply the skill it takes to boil water. It's easy to make and provides a lot of great nutrients like calcium, vitamin a & c, fiber, and iron. I cook large batches and then freeze them into ice cube trays for small-baby proportions that I can thaw quickly at a later time.
Looking for some other great ideas on what to feed your Gluten Free baby? Check out this post. And, for a great list of Gluten Free baby finger foods look here.
Gluten free babies...enjoy!
Baby Spinach & Potato Puree
(Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Nut Free, Egg Free, etc.)
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PS- For your viewing pleasure...my first baby wasn't too found of plain potatoes. Ha ha! Still makes me laugh to this day.
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