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Gluten Free Living | Diagnosed with Celiac Disease in 2012 | Connecticut living | Mama to Jack 💕

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Decided to try a new chicken breading on a whim the other day and it turned out great! I threw equal parts pecans and oats into my blender with salt and @auntie_arwen_spices seasoning. I dipped the tenders in pickle juice then rolled them around in the blended coating and cooked them in the air fryer! I think it took about 13-14 min. Super crunchy, flavorful, and a more nutrient-sense alternative to regular bread crumbs! ✨

Salmon Cakes – Low Key Gluten Free

🔸2 eggs 🔸2 🔸1 tsp garlic powder 🔸1 tbs Old Bay 🔸1 tsp salt 🔸1 tbs Italian seasoning 🔸2 tbs mayo 🔸Optional (but delicious): a couple sprigs of chopped up green onions! Sauté patties over medium heat in avocado oil (or any oil you’d like) for 3-4 min on each side or until golden brown!

Lately I’ve been loving big salads for lunch with pomegranate seeds 🥗 They add such good texture and sweetness 😍 I also typically make my own salad dressing, which is not nearly as intensive as it sounds lol I don’t make a big batch, I just add the ingredients right onto my salad and then give it a toss—lately it’s been a sprinkle of apple cider vinegar, olive oil, salt, and whatever dried herb I’m feeling (I did dill for this salad) 🌱It’s quick, easy, and you know you’re not getting all the junk that’s in bottled dressing! ✨

Jack's Birth Story – Low Key Gluten Free

I was excited that I went into labor on my own and wouldn’t need pitocin, but my body was doing a little too much for my liking lol Adam and I walked the halls for a little bit, pausing when I had a contraction so I could lean on him. It would have been one thing if I had breaks in between my contractions, but the contractions had been like 3 minutes apart for HOURS and the back labor was continuous. The contractions were continuing to be 2-3 minutes apart, lasting 1-2 minutes each time, and the back labor hadn’t let up for hours. Finally after 2 minutes, but what felt like a life time, they got Jack out, snipped his umbilical cord (no delayed cord clamping here) and handed him over to the NICU team in the room.

Okay do NOT sleep on these cauliflower breadsticks at @aldiusa 🥖🧄They taste so much like the Olive Garden breadsticks I fondly remember 😍 And I feel strongly that cauliflower is doing too much these days but you literally would never know cauliflower is the first ingredient. Adam and I wolfed these down and even Jack ate an entire one 😂 Find them in the freezer section!

Mashed Potato Cakes – Low Key Gluten Free

Making my way through the world one gluten free meal at a time I made this recipe dairy free! For the rest of the recipe: 1/4 cup cheddar cheese…or more if you love cheese! (I used dairy free)1/4 cup bread crumbs Use seasoned or make your own. Brush butter onto your muffin tins and then sprinkle bread crumbs into the bottom of each.

This snack was a texture explosion 💥 AKA my kinda snack. Full fat yogurt with: 💫 chia and ground flax seeds 💫 pomegranate seeds 💫 raw nuts (pecans, almonds, and pistachios) 💫 a drizzle of honey 🍯 . . I’m not (and I repeat, NOT) pregnant or trying, but I’m currently reading @lilynicholsrdn Real Food for Pregnancy book 📖 It’s been on my list for a while and am finally actually digging in. It’s obviously applicable to pregnancy, postpartum, and breastfeeding, but it has a huge wealth of research-backed nutrition information that’s important for everyone to know! It’s been a huge eye opener for sure. The nutrition world can be so confusing with people claiming that certain diets are the be-all-end-all diet for health. Her thorough dive into the relevant research is giving me all the actual facts and information I’ve been needing 🙌🏻 I HIGHLY suggest you add it to your list—whether you’re pregnant or not! . . Have you read it yet??

Skincare and Makeup for Pregnancy and Breastfeeding – Low Key Gluten Free

But as far as what else was safe or not safe for pregnancy, I wasn’t really sure! Avoid chemical sunscreens which use Oxybenzone, Avobenzone, Octinoxate, Homosalate, Octisalate , it Octocryleneand and use mineral sunscreen instead (zinc oxide or titanium oxide) But once I stopped being able to use that, I just used Cetaphil Face Lotion and made sure my makeup had sun protection. For makeup, I really had to do an overhaul because the brand I was using puts a form of retinol in all it’s products for anti-aging!

My latest story with the @recordjournal is up! Three Easy Gluten Free Meals 🍽 the link is in my bio 💫 Have you tried any of these recipes?? Let me know below 👇🏻

As always, the jalapeño poppers and the squealer burger at @planbburgerbar were phenomenal 👌🏻 My New Year’s resolution is to go there more lol And Jack agrees 😋

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