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Missing Food and Keeping It Real

This post is all about keeping it real and admitting that I recently had a really tough day. I was really worried about the holidays this year, but we made it through gluten and nut free just fine. I thought we would miss some of our favorite candies and desserts, but we experimented and found some new favorites. Overall I was surprised that November and December went so well. […]

Print Feature

I am very excited to be starting off the new year with a new feature on my site. I now have printable recipes on both my main site and here in my allergy section. I have received many requests from my readers asking that I offer printable recipes. In the past if you wanted to print something, you had to print the whole post, which […]

Happy New Year

Where did 2010 go? Where did the last few weeks go? I can not believe it has been two weeks since I posted here on my allergy site. I had several recipes that I had hoped to share, but between cooking for our office party, a birthday, and the general business of the holidays, I did not get it done. I have been doing a […]

Baked Oatmeal

My peanut butter baked oatmeal was one of my family’s favorite breakfast recipes. It has been one of the most popular recipes on my main site. We missed it so much I knew I had to try to figure out a new version that would be peanut free. I recently tried it with soy butter in place of the peanut butter and it worked perfectly. […]

My Trip To Willamette Eggs

I had not planned to take this week off from blogging on my allergy site, but that is what happened. I spent the first part of the week in Oregon as part of the Good Egg Project and I spent the last part of the week catching up from being gone. I will be back next week with some great recipes and ideas. You can […]

Nut Free Granola

Anyone who is nut or gluten free knows the challenges of buying things like granola. There are hard to find and if you find them they are expensive. My solution is to make my own, however I have had trouble finding a recipe that I like. I recently posted on Facebook asking if anyone had a nut free version that they liked. A friend of […]

Gluten Free Baking Mixes

Gluten free baking contains so many more ingredients than regular baking that it often takes much longer to make a recipe. After having a really busy couple of weeks I knew that I needed to do something to help save me time in the kitchen, but that still allowed me the ability to make at home, from scratch items. This weekend I put together some […]

Gluten Free Nut Free Snacks

It can be very challenging to find gluten free/nut free snacks and desserts that kids enjoy. Not only are they hard to find they are expensive to buy. I have found the best solution is usually to make them at home. By making it at home I not only save money, but I know that it is safe to eat. Caramel Chex Mix is a favorite snack […]

Ground Beef Fried Rice

I have mainly focused this site on gluten free, nut free baked goods, tips, and ideas. However, if you have been gluten free or nut free for long then you know that there is a lot more to gluten free/nut free cooking than just breads, muffins, and desserts. It involves a whole change in how you cook. When I was first gluten free I was […]


Lynn’s Recipe Adventures now has a facebook page. I have had a facebook page for my main site, which I know that many of you have already liked, for several months now. I enjoy having a facebook page because it allows me to interact more with my readers. I often ask questions, talk about what I am cooking or doing that day, and post cooking tips […]

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