Tuesday To Do List is my newest attempt at bringing you tidbits from the gluten-free world each week. This will continue until my mind-that-doesn’t-rest comes up with another way to entertain you guys. You can read my very first to-do list here. Cross your fingers I am back here next Tuesday with another list…
You didn’t think I was the only one doing ALL things pumpkin right now did you? April and her family are trying them all so you don’t have to. (unless you want to — let me know about the peeps!) 😉
I’m already tearing recipes and articles out of my magazines for the upcoming holiday season — is YOUR oven ready for gluten-free baking? Be sure your oven is ready and baking at the right temp. (you would be surprised at how off ovens can be and how quickly that can ruin a batch of cookies)
Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Wait just a minute. Anyone try this Spiked Seltzer yet? It looks like my love for La Croix water meets up with happy hour, but without me having to add my own Tito’s. This could be a game changer. Let’s hope the folks at Spiked Seltzer find their way over to this post and decide to gift me some for my upcoming birthday.
While in Europe, I fell in love with chocolate covered rice cakes. If you see these, please buy 23 packages for me. (that was supposed to be 2-3, but I see no problem with stocking up)
Gluten Free New York Times Chocolate Chip Cookies? Yes and yes and yes.
Looking for a sweet, but not too sweet and sugary snack for Halloween? THESE!
The week over on Instagram:
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4 thoughts on “Tuesday To Do List — what to buy, spy, and try! (or sometimes cry about)”
These posts always make me happy! I adore roasted chickpeas, love that you have an egg dealer, adore your up north photos, seeing Lincoln, etc. Happy week to you, Sarah!
Thanks, Shirley. It is fun to look back on the week — and I’m digging the inclusion of the Instagram pics for you and my mom…until I convince you both to join. 😉 I have really gotten lucky with the eggs. Since Mr. CITC is one of ten children, we have a BIG family on that side, so I’m lucky to be one of the only family members who gets eggs delivered from his brother. I think he is as happy giving them to me as I am eating them. ha! Have a lovely week, my dear. xoxo
Yum! What a delicious fall post! I should not read this when hungry because I want one of everything:) How do we make that cheesy soup? Was this your first time roasting chickpeas? What seasoning did you use?
Me too. ALL the things. (two of them!) I’ll post the veggie recipe SOON, promise. (it’s super easy!) Have done chickpeas many times, but then I forget about them for a while. Simple snack that you can jazz up all kinds of ways — this time I used berbere, garlic powder, and onion powder, and a little salt. SPICY good.