Orange and Cranberry Scones

Autumn Gluten Free Scones

I really wanted to bake something for breakfast, so I decided to bake some scones. After consulting the family and friends as to whether or not they wanted cranberry or pumpkin the results had been a mash up of the two. I decided that rather than choosing which one to make, I would just make both flavors. I am not great at being able to come up with my own gluten free baking creations; so after searching the web I found these two amazing recipes. Both of which make delicious flavor packed scones that are still moist as any great scone should be. I added cinnamon on top of my pumpkin ones for a bit more of that pumpkin pie flavor.

Sweet Potato-Black Bean Falafels

Vegan & GF Sweet Potato-Black Bean Falafels

These falafels are great if you are looking for something to make but don’t have a lot of time to make it. Even the meat eaters in the family will go for seconds with this deliciously simple dish. Instead of using traditional pitas, you can use lettuce or cabbage as your wrap, as I have, for a gluten-free option. Add in your favorite vegetables to give it more health benefits and taste. I decided to go for some caramelized onions, sautéed asparagus, cucumber, beets, and bell pepper.

Is Detoxing For You?

Detoxing can be a great way to get yourself out of a sluggish period. If you are feeling more depressed, anxious, tired, or just not yourself you might consider detoxing. I have found it most helpful for me to do it around the holidays or even at the beginning of the new year, as the holidays can tend to involve a lot of deliciously unhealthy food and alcohol.

Spaghetti Squash Gratin

Simple Speghetti Squash Gratin

This is a great casserole dish for a cool autumn night. It can be easily parred with some vegetables, chicken, or lamb. When I cooked it for the family I picked up some simple pre cooked salad chicken strips and some zucchini and squash to cook up and pair with this dish. Serves 8 Ingredients:

Monthly Favorites October Edition

Purely Elizabeth: Ancient Grain Oatmeal Purely Elizabeth is a great certified gluten free, non-GMO, vegan, and organic brand. Their products are mostly grain based and include granola, oatmeal, muesli, and even cookie mixes. I have tried their granola before which was delicious so when I saw the oatmeal I had to give it a try.