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I'm Jen! I'm a celiac coach, recipe creator, and world traveler with celiac disease. I offer gluten-free recipes, travel guides, & 1:1 services to help others eat well and explore confidently with celiac. My webiste, www.thenomadicfitzpatricks.com is a top-rated resource in the gluten-free community.
Did somebody say National Pasta Day?! 🍝 These are some of my go-to gluten-free pasta dishes on the blog! 🍝Spaghetti Carbonara - no cream! Just eggs, bacon, and Parmesan. Delightful with peas too! 🍝Easy Lasagna: Using noodles from @jovialfoods or @barillaus and your favorite jarred sauce (mine is @raoshomemade ) makes this simple & tasty comfort food! 🍝Penne with Spinach Pesto: Pesto is so versatile! You can customize with different nuts or greens - not just basil. Serve it over penne and use the pasta water to thin out the pesto! 🍝Broccoli Scallion Noodles- a beloved weeknight dish in our house that Dylan now calls “Noods”. Customize it with protein to make it more filling! (It’s what we are having for dinner tonight!) 🍝Baked Mac & Cheese - Because you can never go wrong with macaroni and cheese, especially baked in the oven with breadcrumbs and with a real cheese sauce. No powder here! Find all of these recipes on www.thenomadicfitzpatricks.com or tap the link in my bio @thenomadicfitz and click “Recipe Index”! Which pasta dish would you try first?! 😋 #glutenfreepasta #nationalpastaday #glutenfreedinner #celiac #celiacfood #glutenfreerecipes #glutenfreeeats
A CELIAC PARADISE 🥘🍺🍩 ⤵️ Portland is without a doubt the most celiac-friendly city I’ve ever been to in the USA (and maybe even the world!) I lost count of how many 100% gluten-free places I visited during my trip there earlier this year! Having a pint of gluten-free beer at @groundbreakerbrewing eating a beautiful breakfast bowl at @harlowportland having grilled cheese & cider at @schillingcider even an entire food truck with Indian cuisine from @desipdx ?! And let’s not forget the bakeries like @newcascadia @petuniaspiesandpastries ! You will not be disappointed by the inclusive food scene and celiac awareness in Portland! For my full celiac dining guide to Portland with ALL of these restaurants & more, plus a map 🗺️ & tips for visiting… Tap the link in my bio @thenomadicfitz and click “Celiac Travel Guides”! What’s your favorite spot for gluten-free food in PDX? #glutenfreeportlandoregon #glutenfreepdx #portlandglutenfree #celiacsafe #dedicatedglutenfree #celiactravel #whatceliacseat #portlandfood
Gluten-Free New York Bagels 🥯 Another reader favorite on the blog, and for good reason! Look what people have said about these bagels ⤵️ “I haven't been able to have a truly good bagel in 4 years - and WOW. I could have cried!” ⭐️ “Holy crap! I was expecting some sort of cakey bread in the shape of a ring, but WOW these are delicious!” ⭐️ “Folks, the author of this recipe isn't kidding, and I can tell she's actually from New York City as she claims, because these ARE THE REAL DEAL.” ⭐️ I grew up eating bagels on Long Island and they were one of the things I truly missed the most after my celiac diagnosis! So I set out to make a yummy gluten-free version at home! The trick here is boiling the bagels for that extra crunch and great texture. And of course, don’t forget toppings and spreads! Grab the recipe via the link in my bio! Just tap “Recipe Index”! What’s your go to bagel? Mine is an everything with cream cheese! 😋 #celiac #glutenfreebagel #glutenfreerecipe #whatceliacseat #glutenfreeeats #celiacfood @cup4cup
Gluten-Free Cape Cod! ⚓️ Dylan and I took our babymoon last weekend (despite the rainy, gloomy weather and tropical storm ) but still managed to have a fabulous, relaxing time! And of course, we made gluten-free food a priority! I’m working on a full blog post for ALL the places we ate & activities we did but here are a few spots! @clancysofdennisport - Gluten-free clam chowder! 😱 and with a GF roll that was so incredible I had to ask the waiter “Is this gluten-free?!” This was my first time having clam chowder and I loved it! Delicious food here and restaurant is right on the water. @mamamatcha_greenbar A cute little matcha bar and smoothie shop in P-Town. They were great with cross contact procedures and also had GF granola for my acai bowl! @macs_chathamfishlobster - multiple locations on the Cape with fabulous fried seafood! Dedicated fryers, strong protocols. I had a fried fish sandwich and side salad. Tasty! @3foolsorleans - Sub shop and the owner/chef has celiac! They can make almost everything gluten-free and will walk you through their preparation. This was a chicken Parmesan sub and omg 🤤 still drooling over it! Of course, these are only SOME places to visit on Cape Cod with celiac! Many of the dedicated bakeries/restaurants were closed 😭 the days we visited so we didn’t get to try them. And super bummed @sweetizzycc was already closed for the season! Next time! Stay tuned for a full Cape Cod blog post! What’s your favorite spot on the Cape for gluten-free eats? ⤵️ #glutenfreecapecod #glutenfreemassachusetts #capecodglutenfree #glutenfeeetravel #celiactravel
I previously have developed a basic scones recipe for two eBooks: Gluten-Free Travel at Home, and Gluten-Free Breads Around the World (you can buy them here!). And for you dairy-free or lactose-free folks, don’t worry: you can easily make these scones dairy-free (I’ve tested it!) I’ve also had success making this recipe with Bob’s Red Mill 1:1 Baking Flour which is gluten and dairy-free. You can substitute your favorite gluten-free flour blend, but be mindful you may have to adjust as you go, as one GF flour blend is not the same as the next.
Last summer, in the midst of a major gluten-free cooking and baking extravaganza (because it was 2020, and there was nothing else better to do), I decided to learn how to make gluten-free pizza from scratch. About No Gluten, No Problem No Gluten, No Problem is a gluten-free food blog run by Kelli and Peter Bronski. For bulk gluten-free flours, I prefer Anthony’s (batch-tested for gluten-free) and Bob’s Red Mill (also batch-tested for gluten-free). Some gluten-free pizza recipes advocate for using gluten-free wheat starch, which is celiac safe but does pose concern for some people.
Add the cold, cubed butter, and using a pastry cutter or a fork, combine the butter with the dry ingredients. In a small bowl, combine the egg and buttermilk with a fork and whisk. Slowly add the buttermilk and egg to the well you have created in the flour, gradually whisking the egg with a fork, combining small amounts of flour at a time. Lightly flour a rolling pin, and lightly flour your work surface.
And now, the word “primavera” is associated with a vegetable medley that’s perfect for spring. If you aren’t sure which brands are the most recommended, I rounded up some of the most popular gluten-free pastas on the market today and compared them in taste, texture, and price right here. You’ll need the following ingredients for pasta primavera: -gluten-free pasta (I prefer Jovial Foods for brown rice pasta, or Barilla for a mixture of gluten-free grains) cherry tomatoes, bell peppers, broccoli, yellow squash, zucchini, red onion, broccoli, carrots, & asparagus are all great options! -extra virgin olive oil