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Springtime Quiche in Bread Cups

In a perfect world, every meal would contain “just the right amount” of each macronutrient (fat, protein and carbohydrate) and it would be easy to prepare. Furthermore, the ultimate recipe would have all of those things in one bite—a super delicious bite! Well, the search is over! I created the perfect meal in these cups-of-goodness, and each one is filled with yumminess. These quiche bread cups start with Queen Street Bakery’s White Bean and Millet Loaf (which can easily be substituted with their Romano Bean loaf) as the crust. Then they get layered with ham and filled with a quiche…

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4 Gluten-Free Sammies for Any Craving

Spring is here and now is the perfect time to start planning picnics, brunches and lunches with family and friends. And fresh, nourishing homemade sandwiches are a simple, yet tasty addition to any of these gatherings. Here are four sammies your loved ones will thank you for. 1. Savory Breakfast Sandwich with QSB White Bean & Millet Seed Sliced Loaf Enjoy the best ever breakfast sandwich by layering whipped herb cream cheese, over easy egg, sliced sausage or bacon, tomato and lettuce between two slices of lightly toasted QSB white bean & millet seed sliced loaf. This soft, chewy and…

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Overnight Stuffed Apple Pie French Toast

Isn’t French toast one of the most epic breakfast options?  We certainly think it is, and to make it even more epic we’ve stuffed it with homemade apple pie filling and our delicious cinnamon raisin bread.  If you’re planning a breakfast or brunch gathering anytime soon, make this dish! You can whip it up the night before so all you have to do in the morning is turn on the oven and make a pot of coffee! QSB Overnight Stuffed Apple Pie French Toast Ingredients 1 loaf Queen Street Bakery Cinnamon Raisin Loaf (crust removed) 4 cups Apples, peeled cored and diced…

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Superfoods Made With Super Flours

You’ve heard the term 'superfood' before, but what does it really mean? According to the Harvard School of Public Health, “a food has a superfood status when it offers high levels of desirable nutrients, is linked to the prevention of a disease, or is believed to offer several simultaneous health benefits beyond its nutritional value." For example: Salmon is considered a superfood because in addition to other nutrients it offers, it has a notable fatty acid nutritional profile which supports heart health. Blueberries are considered a superfood because of their rich antioxidant profile—antioxidants help support a healthy immune system. Living…

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Classic French Onion Soup

When it’s blustery outside, fill you heart with joy and your tummy with goodness in the form a big, steaming bowl of hearty French onion soup! This classic is a favourite during the winter months when you can’t warm up fast enough. This soup, along with Queen Street Bakery’s toasted artisanal White Bean & Millet Seed loaf is a winner! The bread makes a great base for the gooey cheese, and it holds up to the soup without becoming a soppy mess like other breads! Try it for yourself…it will warm your heart and belly like nothing else! Note: For…

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Enjoy a Homemade Gluten-Free Valentine’s Day

Celebrating a gluten-free Valentine’s Day with a loved one? Instead of purchasing treats or dining out, why not make your own treats and dine in? After all, homemade is best made! You just need a little gluten-free knowledge and know-how. Here are some tips and an easy-peasy truffle recipe to show your sweetie how much you care. 1. Learn about gluten’s hiding spots and cross contamination If you are preparing a meal or treats for your sweetheart, it is important for you to verify that the ingredients you use are truly gluten free and free of any cross contamination. Ingredients…

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The Most Epic Vegetarian Muffuletta Sandwich

Have you ever heard of a muffuletta sandwich? If not, let me give you a brief history behind this super delicious sandwich! Its roots began in southern Italy (originally, muffuletta was a round sesame bread made in Sicily), but the sandwich going by the same name originated in New Orleans, Louisiana and was created by Italian immigrants.  The classic sandwich always includes an olive salad, but it is almost always meat-heavy! My version is lighter on the arteries (after all, it is January and we are trying to improve our eating habits, right?). I also changed how the sandwich is…

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This New Year’s: Resolve to Adhere to Your Special Diet

Adhering to a special diet can be challenging, especially if it means giving up foods you love. Learning how to make good substitutions and experimenting with new recipes is key. Why not make it your new year’s resolution to stick to your special diet. After all, it’s better to stick to it than to get sick. Here are some tips to help you out. Create a support system Food allergens such as gluten, dairy and nuts are so common today, which means you are not alone. Speak with family members and friends about your dietary needs when the time is…

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Beat the Holiday Bloat

Even people with the strongest digestive systems get overwhelmed around the holidays due to an excess of processed foods, sugar and alcohol. Individuals with digestive disorders and chronic diseases can be particularly affected. Research has suggested these conditions (and chronic diseases) are the result of an overgrowth and imbalance of intestinal microbial flora, which consists of bacteria that help keep you healthy. This research dates back to the 1920’s when doctors like Dr. Ilya Metchnikoff recommended fermented milk (kefir) and yogurt to promote healthy gut bacteria. What should you know about the gut? You’ve probably heard about the “gut microbiome” by…

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How to Make the Best Gluten-Free Holiday Dinner

The holidays are approaching and you might be wondering what to serve family and friends. If you’re new to gluten-free living, making your holiday dinner free of gluten might sound more like more of a feat than a feast, especially if you’re accustomed to using wheat flour in your stuffing, bread, gravy and desserts. Don’t sweat it! There are loads of gluten-free recipes for these dishes that can replace or eliminate gluten-containing ingredients altogether. The best part is no one will even notice. Cooking from scratch is the best way to stay safe and if you buy anything that is…

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