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Flourless Chocolate Brownies

These are moist and chocolatey, and easy to make.  I use coconut sugar, but substitute raw local honey or real maple syrup if you prefer.  I’ve used all three on various occasions, depending on what was in my pantry. A nice treat for the Holidays that is gluten- free!     Flourless Chocolate Brownies 1…

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Easy Egg “Muffins” for a Portable Breakfast

These quick and easy “muffins” are made in paper muffin cups in a muffin tin and can be eaten when they come out of the oven, refrigerated for later, or frozen to thaw and reheat all week for breakfast.  Gluten-free and loaded with vegetables, they make a great after school snack or a portable breakfast. …

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Cowboy Beans

Charro means cowboy, and I can imagine the camp cook simmering these beans over a fire while the herd moves toward the campsite to bed down for the night.  Very hearty, they are also delicious served with gluten-free cornbread and some fried apples. Charro Beans ½ lb bacon, cut crosswise into 1 inch pieces Bacon drippings 1 large…

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Sweet and Sour Turkey Meatballs

Breadcrumbs add tenderness and texture to meatballs, but it’s hard to find a gluten-free source.  I found Canyon Bakehouse 7 Grain Bread at King Soopers, and the best part?  NO canola or soybean oil, AND this bread is made in Loveland!  Gluten-free breads are notoriously tasteless, but this one is one of the better ones in…

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