I am having a lot of fun trying out a few new recipes that fit into our new gluten free life style! This past week I made some mini quiche for Rob.  The plan was that he would have them to take to work with him all week... wellllll.... I think we ate half the pan after they came out of the oven! They were delish!
 The prep took more time than anything, just chopping up all the ingredients we wanted in the quiche.  We decided on broccoli, ham, bacon, and of course cheese!

After devouring a few, I decided we should stop and take a picture since they did turn out pretty darn cute!!! I totally expected them to be in more of a muffin shape (since I baked them in a muffin stone).  Instead, we got these adorable little quiche!

1 cup Milk
5 Eggs
1/2-1cup Cheese of your choice (we used cheddar)
and then the ingredients of your choice... think omelet!

Beat eggs well with a whisk, add other ingredients.  Poor equally into greased muffin tins (I used the pampered chef stonewear muffin pan).  Bake at 350 for about 20-25 minutes.  And YUM!

Today I tried out a flourless peanut butter cookie recipe that I found on Pinterest! See it here!

Not gonna lie, I was pretty nervous about this one!  But they are actually really good!  They are a little more crumbly than the normal pb cookie, but after they cool they are perfect!  I'm excited for Rob to get home from work and try one! :)

I'm finding that I am leaning more toward the recipes that are more "normal", meaning they don't take any of the special flours or ingredients... they just find ways of maneuvering around using flour and wheat based ingredients. 

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