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I'm your gluten-free friend who wants you to know that gluten-free does not mean taste-free, proving it through delicious gluten-free recipes and tips. 

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  • Sema Dibooglu


Happy Spring everyone! It's been a while since I last posted, but I just wanted to let everyone know that I am back from my hiatus. I have a lot of exciting and new content to share with you all!


Today's recipe is one that I recently saw at a gala and thought it was a cute and easy way to take a typical recipe to a different level. I found these small mason jars on Amazon, and thought they would be perfect to accompany the hoeur d'oeuvres during a dinner party. While I'm in college, and one would think that I was more inclined to use paper plates and plastic cups, sometimes it's fun for my friends and I to host dinner parties, pretending we are much more adult than we are.



Ingredients

1/4 onion

1/2 tablespoon butter

1 can of tomatoes

1 cup heavy cream

GF bread (my favorite is the one at Trader Joe's)

Garlic butter

Mayonnaise

Cheese (for the grilled cheese)


Procedure

1. Mince 1/4 of the onion.

2. In a pot, sautee the onion in 1/2 tablespoon of butter.

3. Add in the can of tomatoes.

4. Let it simmer for about 10-15 minutes on low heat.

5. Add in the heavy cream, stir it in well and let it sit for about 5-10 minutes.

6. Add in your preference of salt and pepper.

7. Blend the soup to the consistency you prefer.

8. On a pan, heat up some garlic butter (I found a really good one at Trader Joe's), and on your gluten-free bread (my favorite is also from Trader Joe's), spread a layer on mayonaise on just one side of each piece of bread.

9. Add the bread to the pan and make your grilled cheese sandwich as you normally would.

10. Slice up the grilled cheese in small squares and add them to a toothpick--this will lay on top of the small glasses of tomato soup.

11. Assemble the tomato soup hoeur d'oeuvres, and enjoy!



Enjoy!

-Sema


  • Sema Dibooglu

Happy Halloween everyone! Today's blog post is a guest post by Jamie Brown, and she has a great infographic for gluten-free candy on this candy-filled holiday.


Halloween is one of my favorite holidays and I am glad to have passed that tradition on to my daughter! But with a lot of children and adults having gluten allergies, intolerances and sensitivities, we need to be more careful what we are making for Halloween treats and handing out for Halloween candy!

I recently found a blog Eat Without Gluten and absolutely loved it! This blog has so many great recipes for the holidays, my daughter and I even recently made her Gluten-Free Halloween Cupcakes for her and her friends at school, so everyone would be able to enjoy a treat this Halloween! I even shared her idea of the Switch Witch with a friend of mine who's daughter has a gluten allergy. She still doesn't understand completely why she cannot eat everything her friends can eat, candy included. So I think the idea of the Switch Witch coming at night to switch out the unsafe candy and replace it with safe candy is such a fabulous idea!

I know Halloween still seems to be focused a lot on the candy and treats, and that's why we want it to be a safe and fun holiday for all adults and children! We, at Dentably Magazine, have created this infographic. We wanted to make it easy to see which candy is safe this Halloween for those of you who are gluten-free! We even have a printable option here so you can print it out and take it to the store with you while you shop.

-Jamie Brown


  • Sema Dibooglu


Hello everyone! It's been a crazy month, and I am happy to report that I'm back with some wonderful holiday recipes as well as great tips to get you through the holidays. This is my favorite time of year, with cozy vibes and chilly weather, prefect to snuggle up with a cup of tea and a fuzzy blanket. Holidays can be a bit nerve-wracking if you were just diagnosed or the people you are visiting are a little nervous about your diet. But it's so easy these days! With all the recipes out there and the resources for them to learn, visiting over the holidays is a breeze.

I created this flyer that you can print out and give to the people you are staying with, as it goes over a few tips and tricks that will ensure that 1. you don't get cross contaminated and 2. they don't get nervous about serving you food.


When you are visiting people, the first thing you want to remind them is how many recipes you can eat. I know this sounds like common sense, but a lot of the time people get nervous because they think they won't be able to serve you anything. The biggest worry for a lot of people is the cross contamination, but with these quick steps, you can ensure that you have a safe and delicious time!

Enjoy!

-Sema