My kitchen is 100% gluten free.
I really got into cooking when my husband was diagnosed with celiac disease 11 years ago. I had to learn how to cook and bake using gluten free ingredients to make sure he had safe food to eat each and every day. It wasn’t until earlier this year that I decided to launch my Instagram page and share all of my home cooked gluten free food with the world. I launched my blog, Glutenless Apron, in May 2020, and I spent the summer taking online food photography courses, and here we are!
My favorite Kana product is the parchment paper - hands down.
I use Kana parchment paper every day. The sheet pan pre cut sheets are my favorite, they are so easy to use - just pull them out of the packaging and lay them right on the sheet pan. It's seriously the best parchment paper ever. It's so easy to use, you will never go back to parchment paper on a roll again! They are also compostable and biodegradable so they are good for the planet. It's a win win!SHOP EMILY'S FAVORITE
Everything that comes out of my kitchen is celiac safe.
Celiac disease is an autoimmune disease that damages the small intestine when gluten is consumed.
A 100% gluten free diet is the only existing treatment for celiac disease, there is no cure.
There are many delicious foods to eat that are free from gluten.
It’s easier than ever to adapt delicious recipes to be gluten free.
Their latest delight,
now on the blog
These Monster Cookies by Emily Chave are a perfect mash-up of all the good things in life - chocolate, peanut butter and M&M's! Naturally gluten free, old fashioned rolled oats give these cookies a delectably chewy texture.
Prep time15 minutes
Cook Time13 minutes
New England Clam Chowder
A warm bowl of New England Clam Chowder is hard to beat, no matter the season. Creamy, hearty and gluten free, Emily Chave transports us to the seaside with this quick and simple soup recipe.
Prep time10 minutes
Cook Time30 minutes
Tomato Baked Eggs (Shakshuka)
Shakshuka is a classic North African and Middle Eastern dish. The eggs are gently poached in a hearty tomato sauce laced with exotic spices. Emily Chave tops hers with salty cheese and fresh herbs and serves straight from the skillet!
Prep time5 minutes
Cook Time25 minutes
Emily’s Kitchen Tips
What’s the most important skill to have in the kitchen?
I would say knife skills. Having good knife skills in the kitchen is so important for safety, speed, and efficiency. You can injure yourself very badly if you don’t know how to hold a knife correctly.
What is your favourite cooking shortcut and how did you learn it?
My favorite cooking shortcut would have to be cooking in the slow cooker. There is nothing more simple than throwing your ingredients in and walking about. Hours later you have the most tasty, flavorful meal with barely any work. I would have to say I learned this from my mom. I can remember as a child many amazing slow cooker meals.