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Debbie Ross

Wake Forest, North Carolina
I began my blog as a way to give of myself and share what I am learning in my healing journey. The road has not always been easy, but it gets better just knowing that maybe I can help someone else move faster through this process. My family and I have many food and chemical sensitivities... Full Bio
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The Spunky Coconut Red Rock Rolls by Debbie Ross Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease This past year we have given up grains to assist healing and that meant we were basically starting over in our search for bread.   As you can probably imagine It was a wonde ... Read on »
The Spunky Coconut's Divine Vegan Fudge Cake by Debbie Ross Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease     I love it when my ten year old son wants to bake. A new baking pan was all he needed to stimulate his imagination.  He began describing to me the many ways he wante ... Read on »
Grain-Free, Nut-Free Pizza Crust and Stevia-Sweetened Pumpkin Sauce by Debbie Ross Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Quite often when I ask my boys, "What would you like for dinner?"  the reply is "pizza or pot pie."  They love their pizza and for that reason I have really worked on this r ... Read on »
Honey Sweetened Marshmallows - Allergy-free by Debbie Ross Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Each year my boys look forward to spending  time with their cousins and grandparents at Lake Gaston. This year is the first year for both boys to go at the same time.The wee ... Read on »
Explaining Chronic Fatigue Syndrome by Debbie Ross Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Most of the posts on my blog are about gluten-free recipes, and that is what I really love sharing with you. But today, I feel it is important to share an ar ... Read on »
Energizing Spring Smoothies by Debbie Ross Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Here in North Carolina, Spring is bursting out all over. Green grass is growing again. Lovely bluebirds are nesting in their houses.  Flowers and trees are blooming.  Snakes ... Read on »
Pecan Sandies - gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, sugar-free, egg-free by Debbie Ross Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease   The fact is I love cookies.  Another fact is that I must avoid eating most ingredients found in cookies ...wheat, gluten, grains, sugar, butter, vanilla, and now it appe ... Read on »
Chicken Stew & Dumplings - Grain-Free, Gluten-Free, & Dairy-Free by Debbie Ross Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Baby it's cold outside...means its got to be chicken and dumpling time. But hey, how do you make grain-free chicken and dumplings? Or do you call it chicken and pastry? I h ... Read on »
Healing Lentil Soup - Bone Broth by Debbie Ross Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I am very much of a meat eater, but sometimes life gets in the way of getting those groceries or the meat has not thawed in time and I am left with a challenge of creating d ... Read on »
Glory to God in the Highest, and on Earth Peace, Good Will Toward Men by Debbie Ross Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I'm sitting here drinking my warm tea reflecting back over our day. It was a wonderful day with family sharing gifts and great food as we celebrated the birth of of Saviour, ... Read on »
Happy Thanksgiving by Debbie Ross Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Good morning friends! I expect most of you are preparing and thinking about what you will be eating to have a safe gluten free Thanksgiving.  This year we are excited to ha ... Read on »
Quinoa Pancakes: grain-free, gluten-free, dairy-free & sugar-free by Debbie Ross Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease In the beginning of our gluten, dairy, and sugar free diet I had so much difficulty cooking pancakes that I began to use pancake recipes as my litmus test for cookbooks or b ... Read on »
Quinoa Black Bean Burgers by Debbie Ross Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Enjoy! Mix the above ingredients together in a mixing bowl and stir together Use a potato masher to mash the bean mixture, but leave a few unmashed.  approximately ... Read on »
Quinoa Black Bean Burgers by Debbie Ross Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease   Do you ever fall in love with food?  I mean you really just don't want to be without it?  Well, I have developed a love for black beans.  I think it all started when I ... Read on »
Watermelon Sorbet by Debbie Ross Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease This recipe brings many smiles at my house and I thought I should share it with you.   What could be better than cold, sweet watermelon on a hot and humid North Carolina day ... Read on »
Watermelon Sorbet by Debbie Ross Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease This recipe brings many smiles at my house and I thought I should share it with you.   What could be better than cold, sweet watermelon on a hot and humid North Carolina day ... Read on »
A Wake-Up Story by Debbie Ross Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Most of the time I like to share recipes that we enjoy in our gluten-free journey, but today I want to share a video, A Wake-Up Story, by Healthy Child Healthy World that to ... Read on »
A Wake-Up Story by Debbie Ross Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Most of the time I like to share recipes that we enjoy in our gluten-free journey, but today I want to share a video, A Wake-Up Story, by Healthy Child Healthy World that to ... Read on »
Stevia-Sweetened Black Bean Brownies by Debbie Ross Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Thinking...thinking...there is so much swirling around in my head these days, but I will come back to some of these thoughts at a later date after I have had tim ... Read on »
Stevia-Sweetened Black Bean Brownies by Debbie Ross Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Updated (8/21/2010): Removed mention of the brand of Cacao powder I used to make these over concerns I have about their corporate decisions. If you have, or know of, a good ... Read on »