• Dinner

    Gluten-free pita bread

    Puffy yeast- and gluten-free pita bread, perfect for splitting and filling with your favorite vegetables and a scoop of hummus. I love Mediterranean food, and to me, that includes gluten-free pita bread. But I find it so hard to find pita bread in the store, so I decided to make my own pita bread. In my head, this was going to be a tedious and difficult affair, but, turns out it was actually very (very) easy! In fact, it only takes about 20 min from you start till you’re ready to eat these delicious bad boys. I used a Toro Gluten-free light flour for this recipe, but I assume any…

  • Dinner

    Mushroom Stroganoff with Chickpea Pasta

    This delicious vegetarian, mushroom stroganoff is so good you won’t even miss the meat. It’s easy and quick to make, and it is just the perfect comfort food for the middle of the week. I believe that great food should be easy and fun to make. I was diagnosed with celiac disease at such an early age that I had not really started contributing much in the kitchen at home (only when it contained cupcake frosting). But, as I’ve grown older, I’ve fallen in love with cooking. Nothing extravagant. Just a nice homemade meal, preferably surrounded my friends and family. And as I wrote in my last post, I am…

  • Breakfast

    Fall-inspired oatmeal with caramelized apples and almonds

    This cinnamon oatmeal with caramelized apples and almonds is a hearty, healthy breakfast inspired by the warm flavors of fall. This recipe is both gluten-free and dairy-free and is perfect for a breakfast meal prep. There is no secret that I love fall and the holidays. Christmas is my favorite time of the year, and I can’t wait to start making all the Christmas food, but for now, let’s stay with fall. I live in Florida, so I suppose fall is an overstatement. We still have temperatures in the upper 80’s pretty much every day, BUT at least we got crispier air and even some rain, making it feel a…

  • Snacks & small dishes

    No-bake energy bites

    Do you need a little pick-me-up halfway through the day? Want some extra energy but don’t want to drink another cup of coffee? Yeah, me too! Then turn your attention to these yummy no-bake date energy bites. These no-bake energy and protein bites are both an easy and healthy afternoon treat. Satisfy the afternoon hunger and low energy with these simple and delicious energy bites made with dates, cacao, protein powder, almonds, and coconut. Tips for making no-bake energy bites These bites are best when served cold, straight out of the fridge. I freeze mine for about an hour or two right after rolling them to make sure the coconut…

  • Dinner

    Easy, stuffed bell peppers

    Stuffed bell peppers are so easy to make and truly is the perfect Monday dinner. Are you one of those whole love Mondays? Or do you get a serious case of Monday blues? I actually like Mondays. Mondays mean a fresh start of a new week, new recipes, new workouts. Time to get back on track after an awesome weekend. Either you hate or love Mondays, they seem to always be insanely busy. I think we can agree we need some healthy, quick, and tasty dinner ideas every now and then; insert stuffed bell peppers! We usually try to eat healthy during the weekdays and after a weekend of good…

  • Breakfast

    Homemade gluten-free granola

    Do you love granola? Do you also think the store-bought ones are way too pricy and high in sugar? Me too! That’s why I’m sharing my basic homemade gluten-free granola recipe with you guys today. And no, by basic I do not mean boring, I mean you can customize it and make it exactly how YOU love it. This recipe makes the best granola! I’m telling you! It’s so good, perfectly crunchy to chewy ratio, perfect as a snack or on top of your yogurt for breakfast. And, on top of that, it’s so easy to make, and since it’s made with whole grains, unrefined oil and naturally sweeter this…

  • Dinner

    Chicken & Corn Chowder

    It is FINALLY fall!! And that calls for all soups, including this heart-warming chicken & corn chowder. How much do you love fall? I used to hate fall. Especially when I lived in Norway. It was so cold, and grey, and it rained all the time. Now, I love cold, rainy days. Put on a good movie, and eat some great food. As I got older I’ve learned to love all the seasons of the year. I love seeing the leaves turn orange, and the rain at night makes me sleep like a baby. After moving to the states I’ve also come to love all things pumpkin spice and maple…

  • Dinner

    Crispy pollock, easy & gluten-free

    I never thought I would publish a recipe for crispy pollock on my blog! And I certainly never thought it would be my first recipe. But, here we are. Growing up, I hated crispy pollock, and my mom used to make it with fried onions, ew. At the time I couldn’t stand fried onions. Boy, was I stupid? Now, its actually one of my favorites. Oh, how your tastebuds change as you grow up. But, after seeing two pollock filets on sale one day, I suddenly wanted to try it again And let me tell you; it came out AMAZING!! It’s super quick and easy to do, 15 min maximum.…

  • Blog

    About me

    Hello! My name is Guro Rambjoer. I’m born and raised in a small town outside of Oslo, Norway, but I currently live in Orlando with my fiancé Enzo, living on a gluten-free diet. I’ve always been a very active girl, and growing up I played handball and golf, as well as skiing with my family during the wintertime. I loved my active lifestyle, but between the ages of 6 and 10, I was struggling with stomach pain, fatigue, headaches, and nausea. I was so young during this period of my life that I don’t remember too well how we found out, but around the age of 10, I was finally…