Tamari Gluten Free Soy Sauce

I met the folks from Tamari at the GFAF Expo, and though I’d heard about their products before (I even had a bottle of their Gluten Free Soy Sauce in the cabinet) the product I was most excited to learn about was their Gluten Free Soy Sauce Travel Packs. These are perfect for going to your favorite Asian restaurant, using for lunches at school/ work, or when going to dinner at a friends! 

You receive 20 Travel Packets per box, and can purchase them here. I’ve loved all the products I’ve tried so far from Tamari, and would definitely recommend them to y’all! 🙂

Have a lovely day, and check back here tomorrow for a new post!!



Gluten Free Breakfast Ideas

Hey y’all! Thought I’d share some easy Gluten Free Breakfasts I’ve made over the past few weeks! 😀


1) Dippy Yolk Eggs with Toast (Canyon Bakehouse 7 Grain Bread) and Cherry Tomatoes.


2) A Gluten Free Blueberry Muffin from Walmart!
These are quite tasty. The packaging at Walmart looks like this, fyi.


3) Aldi LiveGfree Pancakes (2) with half a banana, and a scrambled egg with red bell pepper, ham, and cheese.


4) Breakfast Tostada with eggs, ham, bell peppers, cheese, a dollop of sour cream, cilantro, and cherry tomatoes.


5) Chocolate Chip Banana Bread! If you have time the night before or on a weekend you could make this, and have yummy breakfast all week long.

So, there ya go. A few easy Gluten Free Breakfasts! Check back here tomorrow for a new post! 😉


Some Stuff I “Need” To Try

Happy Wednesday Y’all!

Okay, so I LOVE Pinterest. It’s the best. Recipes, craft projects, and cute clothes all in one place? Count me in!
So, let’s talk about a few recipes, shall we? These are ones that have made my list to try to make Gluten Free. Or just try to make in general. They’re on the docket for recipe testing soon, and I’ll be sure to tell y’all how things work out! 😉

1) Carne Guisada:
If you’ve never tried this, I don’t know that we can be friends. I’m totally kidding of course, and it’s not Gluten Free. But you do need to try it at some point, which is where your bestie, Olivia, comes in. 😉 Hopefully, I’ll have time to do some recipe testing for it soon and have a recipe up here by November. Basically, It’s a REALLY YUMMY beef stew served with handmade flour tortillas. It has Latin origins, and LOTS of people claim to have made it first. Frankly I don’t blame them, because it’s delicious. But I believe it’s originally a Mexican dish that has become classic Tex Mex fare. It has a really rustic soul food feel to it, and it isn’t the prettiest dish when plated — but it is SO dang yummy. Here’s a picture I found here:


2) Ratatouille:
No, not the Pixar movie.  Although this show is hysterical, I was talking about the vegetable dish. It looks really pretty, sounds yummy, and I plan on attempting it soon! (By the way, the picture came from here.)


3) Chuy’s Creamy Jalapeño Dip:
This stuff is delicious. Like, “I could drink it alone” kind of yummy! But, I don’t want to have to go to Chuy’s every time I have a hankering for it. So, I’ll be testing a recipe for it soon so I can make it anytime I want. 😉 Picture from here.
4) Pumpkin Pancakes:
Because, umm. . . It is fall y’all! Also known as the season of ALL THINGS PUMPKIN! 😉 And really, who doesn’t like pancakes!? (Pic from here)

5) Churros:
Like mini fiestas in your mouth, these are pure cinnamon and sugar-covered deliciousness. I am so SURE there’s a way to make them Gluten Free! There just has to be. Am I right!? 😉 (Picture from here)

That’s all for today folks! I’m SO sorry this post is SO late today!

Let me know which recipe you want me to test first in the comments! 😀

I am so grateful for y’all! Thanks so much for tuning into my little spot here on the internet!