This recipe for happiness is perfect year round but I share it during the holiday season to remind myself to be happy and to share that happiness.
The holiday season is filled with land mines for people living on a restricted diet. It takes effort, resilience, patience and resolve but celiacs are doing it with joy and happiness.
I know many people who have figured out how to navigate the holiday season in their own way. They eat well, plan ahead, socialize and make smart choices all along the way.
Support From The Gluten Free Community
For anyone struggling with the gluten free diet and lifestyle, it gets easier when you try. There are many of us here on the web ready to answer questions, provide tips and ideas that can help.
Build your own supportive community over time and share your joy and happiness with others.
I’m grateful for every one of you who visit my site, share it with others, subscribe to my email, try my recipes, ask questions, take cooking classes and share photos. My goal is to help you create more joy and happiness to your kitchen.
The holiday season can be crazy busy. We accept too many invitations and take on too many tasks just so we don’t miss out. I hope you’ll take a moment to pause and think about what truly makes you happy.
Making cookies makes me happy, taking pictures of them makes Jim happy.
A Year in Review: EGFG Blog Update
This year I’ve added many recipes and blog posts based on what I learn and what readers ask for. I’m always open to hearing what kind of help you’re looking for so let me know.
We’re now offering in person and virtual cooking classes, both public and private. For scheduled classes check out the CLASS CALENDAR, for cooking class ideas check this page, ABOUT THE CLASSES. Email me your questions too.
Here’s wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas and a New Year filled with happiness.
Cinde and Jim
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- Gluten Free Diet: Surviving The Holidays
- How To Cook A Meal For A Celiac
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- Everyday Meals on a Gluten Free Diet
Recipe for Happiness
- 2 heaping cups of patience
- 1 heart full of love
- 2 handfuls of generosity
- 1 headful of understanding
- 1 dash of humour
- Mix together, sprinkle with kindness, plenty of faith and stir.
- Spread over a period of a lifetime and serve to everyone you meet.