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Yummy Delicious! Gluten Free Strawberry Snack Cake {Baked In An Cast Iron Skillet}

Here it is---My first Gluten Free blog post!  I am thrilled that I will be posting gluten free recipes periodically.  There are family members in my family that are gluten intolerant and welcome gluten free recipes.These recipes will have easy and accessible ingredients that can be easily adapted to gluten free.  I was a little overwhelmed with all the wonderful gluten free ingredients that are out there and found some wonderful resources and incredible recipes on how to convert a recipe to gluten free.  Now to my first recipe post!  Although I maybe using a new ingredient concept, I am still continuing to use my old classic baking techniques using my cast iron skillet to bake this snack cake.  This is a moist and delicious Strawberry Snack Cake that is made with my very favorite gluten free baking mix . I can't say enough about this baking mix or in fact all of their gluten free products.  You would not know this Strawberry Snack is gluten free had I not told you so.

Grilled & Glazed Carrots

This last weekend was filled with grilling kabobs and vegetables.  My husband is a big fan of Carrots so I try to cook them as often as I can. Here is a wonderful recipe for Grilled & Glazed Carrots that is easy and quick.  You pre-cook them in the microwave for a couple of minutes and then cook them on the grill for another six or seven minutes, and then take them off and glaze them with a balsamic and honey glaze.  See what I am talking about --easy and quick! 

M&M Patriotic Celebration Cookies {Easy and Fun To Make}

These are some Patriotic Cookies that my grandson, Caleb made last summer when we had our cookie marathon, and I never got it posted.

Inspirational Thoughts #4

This week Joyce Meyer's devotional was one that really blessed me and I wanted to pass it along.   Glean from God's Word this morning. Let God Be Your Tour Guide   Psalm 48:14 When He walked on this earth, Jesus always knew the right thing to do because He did only what He saw His Father do. As our Lord, we can trust Him to lead us down the right path every day. Psalm 48:14 says that God will be our guide even unto death! How wonderful to know that we have a guide to get us from one destination in life to the next. When my husband, Dave, and I visit a new place, we often hire a guide. Once we decided to explore by ourselves, but we quickly discovered that this was a complete waste of time. We spent most of the day lost, desperately trying to find our way back. Sometimes I think we treat life the same way Dave and I treated that trip. It's always easier to follow an experienced guide than to wander aimlessly on your own. Instead of going your

Mother's Lettuce Tomato Chop Salad {Granny's Recipe}

Lettuce Tomato Chop Salad when you want a go-to salad, and you want one that has simple ingredients and as few as possible, lettuce, tomatoes and mayonnaise or miracle whip.  That's it!  For my go to salad, I always think of my  Mother's Lettuce Tomato Chop Salad.    I served this salad with our meatloaf we had a couple of weeks ago.

A Southern Classic! Strawberry Sheet Cake With Strawberry Cream Cheese Frosting {Granny's Recipe}

Strawberry Sheet Cake with Strawberry Cream Cheese Frosting is an easy, quick version of the Strawberry Cake from the sixties my Mother made.  She used the classic ingredients, white cake mix, strawberry jello, and a carton of sweetened frozen strawberries. Mother's Day is Sunday, and I would like to give tribute to my Mother with this wonderfully delicious Classic Strawberry Cake recipe of her's.