Tuna Melt Sandwiches

During the month of February I will be featuring some of my recipes that have recently been on the menu for Gluten Free Suppers.  Many of these recipes have not been published at Gluten Free Cooking School before because they are from my childhood or our pre-vegetarian days. And since they contain meat, I don’t […]

Cashew Nut Chicken

During the month of February I will be featuring some of my recipes that have recently been on the menu for Gluten Free Suppers.  Many of these recipes have not been published at Gluten Free Cooking School before because they are from my childhood or our pre-vegetarian days. And since they contain meat, I don’t […]

Chicken & Spinach Quesadillas

During the month of February I will be featuring some of my recipes that have recently been on the menu for Gluten Free Suppers.  Many of these recipes have not been published at Gluten Free Cooking School before because they are from my childhood or our pre-vegetarian days. And since they contain meat, I don’t […]

Chicken Fajita Quesadillas

During the month of February I will be featuring some of my recipes that have recently been on the menu for Gluten Free Suppers.  Many of these recipes have not been published at Gluten Free Cooking School before because they are from my childhood or our pre-vegetarian days. And since they contain meat, I don’t […]

Crockpot Cola Chicken

Crockpot Cola Chicken was one of my favorite meals as a kid. The BBQ like sauce is delicious and the chicken is so tender. Now that I’m a working mom, I can better appreciate how easy this meal is for a weeknight supper. During the month of February I will be featuring some of my […]

What’s in a Frugal Gluten Free Pantry?

This is the fifth part in a series “Gluten Free Grocery Shopping on a Budget” in which Heather shares how she feeds a family of 6 a gluten free diet  for $350 – $400 a month. In this last post, Heather gives us a peak into her pantry. **If you have any questions for Heather, […]

Frugal Gluten Free Diet: Part 4

This is the fourth part in a series “Gluten Free Grocery Shopping on a Budget” in which Heather shares how she feeds a family of 6 a gluten free diet  for $350 – $400 a month. Here are Heather’s responses to some of my follow-up questions: 1. Did you use a price book to learn […]

5 More Tips for a Frugal Gluten Free Diet

This is the third part in a series “Gluten Free Grocery Shopping on a Budget” in which Heather shares how she feeds a family of 6 a gluten free diet  for $350 – $400 a month. (And she says she could do with less if she really tried!) 6) Buy less expensive cuts of meat […]

5 Tips for a Frugal Gluten Free Diet

This is the second part in a series “Gluten Free Grocery Shopping on a Budget” in which Heather shares how she feeds a family of 6 a gluten free diet  for $350 – $400 a month. (And she says she could do with less if she really tried!) Heather: Here’s an expansion of my bullet […]

How to Feed a Family of 6 for $9.16 a Day

Frugal gluten free grocery shopper shares her tips on

Breakfast on a Budget – Cream of Corn Cereal

The theme for January’s posts is Kitchen Management – things like gluten free grocery shopping on a budget, stocking a gluten free pantry, and how to clean a messy kitchen.  The posts will be shorter and more frequent than normal (since I won’t have to multi-test as many recipes) and there will be several chances […]

5 Steps to Clean a Really Messy Kitchen

I don’t think my coworkers believe me when I tell them that I haven’t cleaned my kitchen in weeks. I mean, really, how could I cook keep cooking breakfast, supper, and lunch every day without cleaning the kitchen? I think the better question is how would I ever have time to cook 3 meals a […]