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With breakfast being the most important meal of the day, we don’t have much in the way of foods for breakfast other than the scones and muffins, so I thought I would share some of the cereals that we have found to be “safe”.
Below you will find a list of cereals that we have found to be gluten, dairy, and soy free. Following the list I have also included a majority of the nutritional information for each of the cereals.
With the arrival of Riley (our second son) we have been looking for recipes that are easily frozen and when thawed, don’t turn to mush. My sister had made Chicken Cordon Bleu before with corn flakes, and it was really good. The problem now is that we think Landon’s stomach is sensitive to corn, so that goes out the window and in comes rice chex (we would have tried rice crispies, but the malt makes both Landon’s and my stomachs uneasy).
We have longed for an easy way to make good and cost effective ice cream for our whole family to share. With our Cuisinart 1-1/2-Quart Automatic Ice Cream Maker it is very easy to experiment, because in 20 min you can taste your result without cranking!
Wanting to try something new, I went looking for a crock pot recipe that was easy and different. I was very pleasantly surprised to find this recipe and that it met both criteria. Landon loves it too, which is a big plus!