Gluten-Free Fried Ravioli

Gluten-Free Fried Ravioli | In Johnna's Kitchen

Gluten-Free Fried Ravioli. There’s something I never thought I would eat again, St. Louis-style fried ravioli. But I did. It was everything I remembered, sans gluten. I live across the state of Missouri from St. Louis, where toasted ravioli was reportedly created in the predominantly Italian neighborhood The Hill. When I was still eating gluten,… 

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Banana Bread French Toast (gluten-free, dairy-free)

Banana Bread French Toast, gluten-free | In Johnna's Kitchen

Yesterday I shared my version of Blue Heaven’s Banana Bread.  Today I’m sharing with you my recipe for Banana Bread French Toast, made with that very same banana bread. I hope you baked a double batch! When I made this and served it for breakfast, my favorite fella asked if I remembered where he had… 

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Blue Heaven’s Banana Bread, Remodeled (gluten-free, dairy-free)

Blue Heaven Banana Bread, gluten-free | In Johnna's Kitchen

Today I’m sharing my recipe for Blue Heaven’s Banana Bread with a twist. I’ve remodeled it to be gluten-free, dairy-free and refined sugar-free. Before I share the recipe, I wanted to share a bit about Blue Heaven. Key West is one of our favorite spots for checking out, disconnecting, decompressing, letting go of stress for… 

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Homemade Hummus: A Collection of Easy Recipes

Homemade Hummus Recipes | In Johnna's Kitchen

Hummus has been in the news the last few days because of a recall.  While I’m not opposed to all store-bought hummus (I like the brand involved in the recall), I much prefer homemade hummus. You can adjust the flavor to your whims, make it in just minutes AND it’s less expensive so you can… 

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Shaved Brussels Sprout and Pecorino Salad, 4 Ingredients!

Shaved Brussels Sprout and Pecorino Salad | In Johnna's Kitchen

Over the holidays, my favorite fella and I slipped away to Chicago for a few days. I’m excited to share more about the trip with you because there are few cities where food is as fantastic as Chicago and we stayed at a real gem of a hotel. What’s that got to do with a… 

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