Mud Pie on the 4th of July

Gluten Free Ice Cream Pie

I always make my Mud Pie for our Fourth of July get together.  It’s tradition.  Just last week my son Connor asked me when I was making it.  Said he can’t wait.  This recipe is super easy and just a must on a hot summer day.   I hope you will give it a try and make one.   Start … Read More

The Camper

My son Connor was adamant he did not want to go to youth camp.  Told me it would be too much work for me.  I knew exactly how much work it would be.  He went to Kid’s Camp a few years ago.  I made all of his meals.  I labeled each and then went to the camp a hour away … Read More

Can Kissing Make You Sick?

One morning my son Connor came to me and said he’d been sickly for about two months.  I was shocked.  He said he had been hiding it so I wouldn’t freak out.  Understood.  He said he was telling me now because he just couldn’t figure out how it was happening.  He was so careful at school and washed his hands … Read More

Mother’s Day

As a mom of two I see the true value in having a special day once a year to honor our Mothers.  Being a mom takes a lot of commitment. Especially when the child has Celiac disease, gluten intolerance or food allergies.  A mother’s dedication to her child is the reason she stays so driven in search of safe food … Read More

Two Years and Counting…

We can hardly believe our little Gluten Free Miracles Bakery & Cafe’ has been open for two years.  We hit the ground running and like most brand new concepts had no idea what we were doing.  I can honestly say that we have learned much in this journey.  I’m proud that our products are consistent and wonderful.  We have helped … Read More

Miracle on Burt Road

When some people hear the phrase “gluten free,” they think of a fad diet adopted by many because they think it will help them lose weight. But for Denise Walsh, the owner of the Lexington business Gluten Free Miracles, the phrase not only drives her day-to-day work, it is also the key to a healthy existence, for her and, especially, … Read More

Where am I going?

As I was trying to decide what to Blog about to kick off the new year, I kept thinking what is the one constant that keeps me moving forward.  That is what I should share with you.  Maybe, that is what will help you the most.  Everyday I ask myself….. “Where am I going and how am I going to … Read More

Excitedly A Gluten Free Autumn

I get so excited this time of year about food. That’s right, I am excited about gluten free Fall Foods. Autumn brings in aromatic soups and baked dishes as we get that chill in the air. Oh how I love to make Country Chicken Pot Pie this time of year.

Love The Skin Your In

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Is Your Nose Clean?

[et_pb_section admin_label=”section”][et_pb_row admin_label=”row”][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text admin_label=”Is Your Nose Clean? Text” background_layout=”light” text_orientation=”left” use_border_color=”off” border_color=”#ffffff” border_style=”solid”] This morning my son Connor comes running down the stairs with his two dogs sounding like a heard of elephants. He gives me an all to quick hug and says, “Mom will you fix my nose squirter?”