Tag Archives: gluten free

If at First You Don’t Succeed

I love it when a new recipe turns out perfectly, and I can snap a picture and share it with my internet friends. And although I usually share all of my successes, I rarely share the failures. Not because I’m … Continue reading

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Great Gluten-Free Pizza in Reno

It’s not often that I rave about gluten-free pizza (other than my own creations); but a recent visit to Reno left me wowed by the wheat-free pie at a local pizza joint. Located just a few blocks from Virginia Street, … Continue reading

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Mixed Offers Tasty Low-Calorie Meals

Being on the road and eating healthy is difficult at times; which is why I was thrilled to discover Mixed, located just down the street from my Sioux Falls hotel. I had never heard of this salad-based chain before, but … Continue reading

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Firecracker Chicken

This is a quick and easy recipe that Charles adapted a bit to cut-back on the calories. I serve it with some white rice and veggies. The sodium is higher than I usually like, but it’s all from the Frank’s … Continue reading

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El Pollo Loco Chicken

I just love El Pollo Loco chicken, so I was thrilled when I found this recipe. I just mix up the marinade and put it in a Ziploc bag overnight, and turn it every now and then to make sure … Continue reading

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Gluten-Free Chicken Potstickers

One of the things that I really miss since I went wheat-free are potstickers. Trader Joe’s had some yummy ones, that were low in calories and sodium, but alas, the first ingredient is wheat. SoI set out to find a … Continue reading

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Buffalo Chicken Lettuce Wraps

These lettuce wraps make a very tasty appetizer. Although the sodium is a bit high, it’s still doable if you limit the serving to 2. Still they are pretty filling. I use the “growing” butter lettuce, which is very easy … Continue reading

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Chicken Chili Stew with Cilantro Dumplings

Although this stew doesn’t use a lot of spices, it’s amazingly tasty. I use the gluten-free Bisquick mix but you could easily substitute any Bisquick for that. I’m thinking you could also add some green onions to the dumplings. Either … Continue reading

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Turkey Stuffed Poblanos

I love to make this dish with turkey leftovers, but you can just as easily use chicken if you prefer. Since there are just the two of us, I usually freeze two of them for later use. I make them … Continue reading

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Texas Two-Step Chicken

I’ve seen this recipe in a variety of incarnations on the internet, so I decided to give the simpler low-calorie version a try. I used Pace garden vegetable salsa, but you can really use any type of salsa you choose.

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