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The hot days of summer are here and the perfect beverage is iced tea. It can be served sweet, or plain, flavored in endless ways and always refreshing. I love to serve herbal tea as something a little different. One of my favorite recipes are a mash up of the herbs growing in my garden.
Whether you are going gluten-free by choice or for health reasons, there are so many great recipes out there that will help you forget about that pesky protein. Pizza is one of the foods I can't live without.
Gluten-free quinoa, kale and berry salad is a guilt-free summer meal you can devour all season long. Not only is this salad easy to put together but it's beautiful to boot.
We love using cauliflower in place of rice as an all-veg replacement and we think using riced cauliflower as a pizza crust is just brilliant!
No bake recipes are at the top of our must make list at Foodista. No Bake is code for quick and easy in the kitchen. When the days are long and hot, who wants to spend extra time heating up the house just to make a little treat? Why not just stir and chill?
Looking for something delicious to snack on but are worried about the waistline? Have no fear with these delicious veggie chips and buffalo chicken dip. The yellow squash and zucchini chips are thinly sliced then seasoned with lemon juice, herbs and spices and baked until crisp.
Making ice cream is a rite of passage into the long, hot days of summer. It's surprisingly easy to make your own ice cream, but many people don't realize just how simple it is.
Shh, don't tell your guests but these tasty Mini Pepper Nachos are from a diet cookbook!
Cooking on the grill is one of summers pleasures. It's a little harder to find gluten free foods that can also be grilled right along with the family, and when I(Amy) find something that tastes great for everyone, I like to share.
Summertime is the perfect opportunity to lighten up your diet, but that doesn't mean you have to leave out desserts!
This red, white and blue firecracker cake is a Memorial Day dessert that even the most novice baker can prepare. The recipe calls for boxed caked mix so all you have to do is gather the ingredients required on the box, food coloring, and vanilla frosting.
Most weekend barbecue celebrations are filled with waistline busting foods like creamy dips with chips, mayo-based potato salads, fatty hot dog and cheeseburgers. But a fun cookout doesn't have to mean noshing on celery and carrots sticks.
Memorial Day marks the transition from cooking on the stovetop to preparing foods outside. This weekend, dust off your grill and craft a menu suitable for outdoor dining. In my opinion, the dessert is just as important as the main course that precedes it.
Everyone loves a good 20 minute chicken recipe. Southwestern spiced chicken with cheese and tomatoes is a quick and easy weeknight meal that the whole family will absolutely love.