The oats give them a delicious crunch, and the chocolate drizzle gives them the perfect amount of sweetness. Even better? All you need to do is mix them up, stick them in the fridge, and enjoy. Let us demonstrate this simple sweet, then read on for the full recipe so you can try them yourself.
Makes 16 to 20 bars
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 2 hours 15 minutes
Line a 8-inch-by-8-inch baking dish with parchment paper, and set aside.
In a medium saucepan, combine the butter, brown sugar and vanilla extract. Heat over low-heat, until the butter has melted and the sugar has dissolved.
Add the oats, cinnamon and kosher salt. Cook, stirring constantly, for 4 to 5 minutes.
Pour half of the oat mixture into the prepared baking dish. Spread out the mixture evenly, pressing down.
In a small microwave-safe bowl, combine the chocolate chips and the peanut butter. Heat on high in the microwave, in increments of 40 seconds, stirring in between each increment, until melted and fully combined.
Pour ⅘ of the chocolate mixture into the pan over the pressed oats, reserving about ¼ cup for drizzling. Top with the remaining oats and drizzle with the remaining ¼ cup chocolate mixture.
Gluten Free Regina is an online resource for people visiting or living in Regina, who would like information on different places to eat in and around the area.Try new restaurants like Chachalaca’s Mexican Cuisine
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR AUTHENTIC MEXICAN CUISINE?Try Chachalaca’s
Opened recently in the old Breakfast Bistro location is Chachalaca’s Mexican Cuisine. Known for being in Regina Beach this restaurant makes authentic Mexican food!
I am a freak for Mexican food! Every time we go to California its a must have stop! The last time I enjoyed refried beans in Regina was when La Bodega had Bean Nachos!
Te beans were awesome! I ate the GF vegetarian enchiladas..Very delicious! To be honest..Next time I will probably just get beans and rice…That’s how good they were!
Gluten Free Regina a Not for Profit group in Regina, Saskatchewan gives you ideas for gluten free cooking. In this article from taken from Delish is a savory dish called Melting Potatoes!
You NEED to know how to make Melting Potatoes
SERVES: 4 SERVINGS
2 lb. Yukon Gold potatoes, peeled
2 tbsp. butter, melted
2 tbsp. olive oil
2 tbsp. chopped fresh rosemary
3/4 tsp. salt
1/4 tsp. Pepper
1 c. low-sodium chicken broth
2 garlic cloves, finely minced
Preheat oven to 500 degrees F.
Cut potatoes into ¾”-1” thick slices, and place the slices in a medium bowl. Pour in the olive oil, melted butter, and rosemary. Season with salt and pepper and toss until evenly combined.
Lay the potatoes flat, in a single layer, on a 9”x13” metal baking dish, using two dishes if necessary. (Do not use a glass baking dish, as pouring the chicken broth into the hot pan could resulting in the glass cracking.) Bake until the bottom of each potato is golden brown, about 15 minutes.
Remove the dish from the oven and flip each potato. Bake for another 15 minutes, until the other side of the potato, is golden brown.
Remove dish from oven, pour in chicken broth and sprinkle with garlic. Return to oven to bake until the potatoes are tender and the stock reduces slightly, about another 15 minutes.
Gluten Free Regina is an online resource for people visiting or living in Regina, who would like information on different places to eat in and around the area. You don’t think you’ll like the Mac and Jeezy? We have more Gluten free video recipes.
We love our guilty pleasures, Terry Crews makes Mac and Cheese into Mac and Jeezy.
Perfect for a dish at a pot luck, a dish for a holiday or if you’re just craving Mac and Jeezy. Use gluten free pasta noodles.
1. Preheat oven to 350°F/180°C. 2. Cook macaroni “al dente” according to package directions. Drain with cold water. 3. In a bowl, combine cottage cheese, cheese, sour cream, egg, and salt. Fold in macaroni. 4. Grease a 2-quart casserole dish with coconut oil. 5. Spoon mixture into casserole dish and sprinkle with extra cheese and paprika. 6. Bake for 45 minutes.
Pumpkin spice pancakes with caramel and pecan sauce from the Breakfast Bistro- Thank you!
The fall season joke is always about how pumpkin spice is overused in baking, unfortunately, with Celiac Disease you don’t get to experience it as much. You don’t realize how much you miss it until you can’t have it. Terrific if you have a sweet tooth because these pumpkin spice pancakes are covered in a caramel drizzle sauce and sprinkled with pecans.
It’s not very often we get seasonal breakfast food so definitely suggest these pancakes!
According to the Tim Horton’s Allergen Chart,the following breakfast items do not have any gluten-containing ingredients:
Egg patties, omelettes, and scrambled eggs
Bacon, ham, and sausage
Hearty Bacon Potato Soup
Turkey & Wild Rice Soup
Creamy Sundried Tomato Soup
However, the allergen chart also states: “If you have a food allergy we recommend that you refrain from eating our products. Although we take precautions, it is impossible to guarantee that our products have not come into contact with peanuts, nuts or other allergens.”
The sole option that is safe for Celiacs are items produced and packaged in a dedicated gluten-free facility. Right now, that’s just the coconut macaroons. We’re hoping to see more choices!
10 russet potatoes
1 ¼ heavy cream
1 ½ cup parmesan cheese
1 tablespoon garlic powder
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon pepper
1. Preheat oven to 375°F/175˚C.
2. Slice up the potatoes about a quarter inch thick.
3. In a large bowl, mix the potatoes, heavy cream, parmesan cheese, garlic powder, salt, and pepper, and stir until all the potato chips are coated.
4. Spray a muffin tin with cooking spray, then stack about 10-12 chips in each muffin cup.
5. Place the potato stacks in the oven for about an hour or until they are fully browned.
6. Allow to cool, then serve with sour cream and enjoy!
Five Guys has been a Washington, DC area favorite since 1986 when Jerry and Janie Murrell offered sage advice to the four young Murrell brothers: “Start a business or go to college.”The business route won and the Murrell family opened a carry-out burger joint in Arlington, Virginia.
Under the guidance of Jerry and Janie, the Murrell family served only hand-formed burgers cooked to perfection on a grill along with fresh-cut fries cooked in pure peanut oil. The little burger joint quickly developed a cult-like following. Press paid attention. Customers voted the burger”#1” in the metro area.
During the 1980’s and 1990’s the Murrell family perfected their simple system. Five Guys was The Place to get a fresh, juicy burger with all the toppings you could stuff between fresh-baked buns. A fifth brother was born and, as their family grew, so did their business. Four more restaurants with sit-down seating were added to accommodate the growing clientele.
Early in 2003 Jerry and Janie, together with the five”guys” began offering franchise opportunities. In just under 18 months, Five Guys Enterprises sold options for over 300 units. The overwhelming success of franchising a local restaurant made national news with articles in trade publications such as Nation’s Restaurant News, Restaurant Business Magazine, and the Franchise Times.
Now, over 20 years after Five Guys first opened, there are over 1,000 locations nationwide and over 1500 units in development. Five Guys continues to receive media attention and has grown a cult-like following around the world.
Nutritional information provided on this site is based on representative values provided by suppliers, published resources, analysis using industry standard software and testing conducted in accredited laboratories. Information is expressed in values based on federal rounding and other applicable regulations. Five Guys cannot guarantee the nutritional information provided on this site is fully accurate as it relates to the prepared menu items in all of our restaurants. Our menu items are made to order by hand. This may cause slight variations in serving sizes which may affect the nutrition values for each product.
What? Mc Donalds Gluten Free fries and hash browns and they are cooked in a separate fryer?
In Canada, McDonald’s is one of the few places that you can eat French fries since they cook them separately from other breaded items. (Fries served in the United States have additives that contain wheat.) Their poutine is also gluten-free!
I think I was in shock when I found out! It looks like the gravy might be gluten free at well (waiting to hear back)! Apparently In order to keep the taste of their iconic fries at a standard level every McDonalds has a separate fryer for their potatoes (WHICH MEANS NO CROSS CONTAMINATION)