Gluten Free Pizookie


Go now to my other site and check out this recipe for a Simple Pizookie! If you don’t know a pizookie is a giant chewy yummy chocolate chip cookie topped with ice cream.  How can you go wrong?! Plus I love that it can be made gluten free and dairy free

Simple Pizookie

Mambo Sprouts: Organic & Gluten Free Printable Coupons

Screen Shot 2013-08-29 at 11.25.41 AM

Go now to snag some great Organic & Gluten Free Printable Coupons. There are some good ones this month, such as….


FREE Gluttony of Guten Free (The Gluten-Free Baking Bible) Kindle Edition

Screen Shot 2013-08-15 at 8.40.57 AM

Download the Kindle Edition of The Gluten-Free Baking Bible (Gluttony of Gluten-Free) FREE (Was $0.99)

This series is loaded with traditional breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert and snack favourites as well a different spin on what you’re used to seeing on market shelves and other Gluten-Free cookbooks. You’ll find several recipes inspired by the traditional culinary techniques of different ethnic backgrounds from all over the world – all mastered to be Gluten-Free- and in your kitchen in a quick and easy fashion.

You don’t have to have a kindle to download this book. Kindle Books can be read on any computer, tablet, smartphone etc with these free Kindle Reading Apps or a Kindle devices.Amazon pricing changes frequently, so this deal may expire at any time.


Don’t Miss these other Free or Cheap Kindle Books.  You can also learn how to find all the FREE Kindle Books listed on Amazon. Remember to double check the price prior to purchase as they can change quickly!

Gluten Free Back to School Recipes


There are tons of back to school recipe roundups but not many that are gluten free. When you have kids with food restrictions it can be hard to find yummy snacks and treats to make that will keep them happy. Check out this list of delicious Gluten Free Back to School Recipes. There are breakfast, snacks, and lunch-boxes covered. Many can be made dairy free also.

  1. Cinnamon Raisin Baked Oatmeal Squares

  2. Homemade Granola Bars

  3. Homemade Oatmeal Packets

  4. Pancake Sausage Bites

  5. Peanut Butter Banana Breakfast Cookies

  6. Applewiches

  7. PB&J Waffle Sandwiches

  8. Homemade Ranch Dressing Mix

  9. Homemade Microwave Popcorn

  10. Marshmallow Brownie Rolls

  11. Gluten Free Vanilla Wafers

  12. Flour-less Peanut Butter Cookies

What is your favorite Gluten Free Back to School Recipe? Share in the comments below.

TasteGuru: FREE Month Gluten Free Box of The Month

This is a great offer for my fellow Gluten Free eaters. Head over to TasteGuru and get 1 month of their gluten free box of the month club FREE ($37 Value). You are responsible for shipping, which is $12. I don’t know if you purchase a lot of gluten free stuff, but that is a fabulous deal.


Check out everything that was in last months box. I wish I had snagged it, we have been dying to try those new gluten free toaster pastries.

Go now and use coupon code CPFREE to get your free box.


Pillsbury Gluten Free Cookie Dough Reveiw


I was lucky and I found this Pillsbury Gluten Free Cookie Dough at Target the other day. So far Publix has not carried it. I had a coupon from a Facebook promotion so I actually snagged this for FREE (was a little over $4). I have learned with gluten free products just because it sounds good doesn’t necessarily mean it is going to turn out that way.

Last night I pulled out the tub of cookie dough and scooped it onto a cookie sheet. The dough looks like any other store bought cookie dough. It is not premeasured so you could use this for many things! I am already thinking about making cookie cups and more. I scooped the dough onto the cookie sheet and into the oven they went.  They smelled wonderful, and puffed up just like a normal chocolate chip cookie. After about 11 minutes they were ready. All the kids came running into the kitchen like it was christmas!


Not my best food picture, it was dark in the kitchen. However don’t judge the cookies just because of that. They were wonderful! Chewy, delicious, and not crumbly. There was no weird aftertaste, and if you hadn’t seen the package you wouldn’t know that they were gluten free! SCORE!

I am actually going to purchase this from now on and keep a tub on hand. It is much cheaper than buying Udi’s Coookies from the freezer section, and great to keep for a special treat!  Now I am anxious to try the Pilsbury Pizza and pie dough and see if it is just as good!