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Coffee Cake muffins- Gluten Free and no gooey or crumbly stuff!

! do love the cinnamon and sugariness of coffee cake but I hate that the crumbly and gooey stuff are the best part. When that is gone, what is left?

I tried a gluten free Soozys coffee cake muffin the other day, which inspired me to make my own! It didnt have the crumbly and gooey stuff . Couldn’t find a recipe without the gooey stuff so Ta-da, here it is! We made 2 different sizes: mini and regular!

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Risotto Balls- gluten free

Ever since watching a movie where they served risotto balls as an appetizer in a nightclub, I have been wanting to try to make risotto balls. I found the perfect night to make them when our friends were planning to come over for dinner, along with the daughter who is a fan of white rice, among other bland foods. These risotto balls are anything but bland, yet they are perfect for someone with a less adventurous palette.

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Pasta salad gluten free- its surprising delicious

All in all, I choose the prepare the simplest, healthy, “Collette’ friendly,” option on the list to prepare. The list even stated to make it Gluten Free! I looked up how in the world to make a pasta salad. Again, it never crossed my mind to make pasta salad since the dishes I have tried at parties or restaurants have tasted horrible. Additionally, the recipes I found did not sound delicious, therefore I took the idea and created this wonderful recipe. The bowl had only two more servings left at the conclusion of the party.

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Kale Chips in 5 minutes!

My husband said, “Honey, this time these are really good!” So I had to write down the recipe and share it with you all.

Kale can easily be mistaken as that healthy, I should eat more of it food, but I really don’t want to. With this recipe, you will want to eat kale daily. Yes, its that delicious.

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