097276Exactly two years ago I turned to my husband and said – Here We Go Gluten Free!   We found out that our sweet 1 year old little girl had celiac!  If you would have told me two years ago I would be writing my own blog about cooking in our gluten free kitchen- I would have asked, what is a blog and what does it mean to be gluten free?  HA!  I can’t believe I am writing a blog but I am so excited and passionate about the last two years of exploring gluten free cooking and creating gluten free dishes that I have to share!

Our Daughter is 3 years old now and we love to cook together!  Two years ago I didn’t like to cook, I didn’t know what gluten free meant and now as a family- we all enjoy cooking together and we all know what it means to be gluten free!  It’s been two years of exploring, learning, creating and having fun in our new gluten free world that has brought me to this blog!

I thought it would be appropriate that my first post be a yummy mushroom pizza dish!  We love mushrooms and we love pizza!  I love taking recipes and foods that would not be gluten free naturally and creating my own gluten free version of it- such as pizza! 

Hope you enjoy my first post and I look forward to sharing our gluten free creations from our gluten free world 🙂

Mushroom Pizza’s

Take 4 big portobello mushrooms and put olive oil on them and put them in a 350 degree oven for 10 minutes.  Take them out and turn them over and put tomato sauce on each mushroom and put whatever toppings you want on them…..we put ham, black olives and onions on ours and top with mozzerella cheese and bake for another 15 minutes or so until the cheese melts and the mushrooms are cooked.  YUM!