On our gluten free journey I’ve begun collecting new recipes and trying them out here and there. Eating meals is pretty easy when it comes to being gluten free. The things we used to eat for dinner are gluten free naturally so there hasn’t been a big shock there. But it’s the baked goods and desserts that are difficult to buy alternatives. Thankfully I like to bake and so do the kids. I recently began collecting and organizing recipes on Foodie. I’m hooked.
It’s easy to save your recipes there. Much like Pinterest there is a bookmarklet you can drag into your browser. Then when you’re reading any blog or food website you can quickly click on the bookmarklet and save the recipe to one of your collections. Easy.
It’s also really easy to search for recipes and collections on the Foodie site. I found a few of the recipes in the above collection just by searching the Foodie site. It made me hungry. My mouth is watering just looking at those. Thankfully one is a 2 minute microwave brownie.
I also started a gluten free breakfast collection. Breakfasts have been really tough for us. The kids love cereal and don’t love most of the gluten free cereals.
How do you organize recipes? Recipe binder, recipe cards, pinterest, something else?
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