I've been gluten free for more than 10 years now and it has helped me so much on my Hashimoto's healing journey!
It was hard at first (being % Italian and all) but once I removed gluten from my diet , it made such a difference in my energy, weight, skin and stomach issues!
(No more sitting in the Italian restaurant bathroom, begging to not die, while Frank Sinatra sings “I Did It My Way”)
During the holidays, I still want to bake and enjoy pumpkin pie - which is my fave!
My 2 go-to traditional pie crusts are:
Their crusts are flaky and perfect for sweet or savory! (Check out yesterday’s post with my scrummy quiche!)
And BONUS: If you’re looking for a yummy alternative for your pumpkin pie, try Mi-Del Gluten Free Pie Crust, Graham Style as the base instead.
Good Easter Monday to you all! I hope your weekend had beauty and wonder in it. I was thinking of you!
As the organizing bug has bitten me HARD, I was tooling about the kitchen, pulling items out of the cupboards and putting them in plastic bins with darling labels, I contemplated Easter.
Family members who were feeling extra cautious meant no visits and then we canceled plans with friends in LA just because I had a sense we needed a clear weekend to rest and regroup after launching my new weight loss bundle this last month, It made me wonder how we should celebrate the day in a simple, thoughtful, delicious and fun way…
(check out this yummy gluten-free cinnamon roll french toast I made!)
We’re not religious. We have a beautiful faith and a peaceful, joyful spirituality that we live more than we talk about because that works for us and serves others to feel loved.
So, when I thought of Easter, I asked myself: What is the universal message...