My father is the only member of our immediate family who doesn't have Celiac Disease. His health is pretty extraordinary, actually. So when my sister and I were first diagnosed, he and my mom (who was diagnosed a few years later), could have taken it easy. We were both (theoretically) adults, capable of figuring out food on our own. But instead they became the best recipe testers and adaptors we could have asked for. My dad who used to ask for the normal dad things like tools for holidays, was all of a sudden asking for food processors and spiralizers.
He adapted this amazing paleo muffin recipe for my sister and I when we travel. They're the perfect morning option if you don't want to worry about finding a safe gluten free place early in the day, and they pack well for an emergency snack to carry with you too! Hope you enjoy!
In the fall and winter seasons, it seems that all people can talk about in respects to food is pumpkin. My wonderful sister often has to miss out on these treats because of her eating restraints. Knowing she would miss out on pumpkin pie, I decided to make her some paleo (no grain, sugar, or dairy) pumpkin snickerdoodle cookies for Thanksgiving! This recipe is a combination of about 5 others I found, in order to fit my sister's needs, but they tasted just like normal, fall-filled, cookies!