Gluten Free Vegetarian Potato Crusted Quiche

Well what’s not to like about this Gluten Free Vegetarian Potato Crusted Quiche that works for any meal time! Tweak it by adding in some peppers instead of tomatoes or a combination. Nutrition Information Serves: 6 | Serving Size: 1 slice Per serving: Calories: 226 Total Fat: 13g Saturated Fat: 5g Monounsaturated Fat: 2g Cholesterol:…

Mac’n’cheese Bolognese

When you need to do a carb load or either pre or post ride nothing satisfies like a helping of pasta, and if this recipe was good enough for Mark Cavendish who am I to argue. Nice flavor and easily made gluten free by suing your favorite gluten free pasta. Check it out over at…

Calculate your Heart Rate

I remember the first time I used a Heart Rate monitor in a Spinning class. Finally I’d be able to work at the intensity the instructor wanted me to be at, all I had to do was set my age and voila the watch would tell me when I was the Target Hear Rate (THR)…

Gluten Free Oatmeal Protein Cookies

A nice simple recipe we found over at food.com that makes a versatile cookie which you can tweak with a few additions. We added raisins, because what’s more traditional in an oatmeal cookie than raisins? But you could easily add nuts, dried cranberries, dark chocolate chips, chia seeds or a mix. While the directions suggested…

Gluten Free Guilty Pleasure

Okay so we all like to eat and live as healthy as we can, but every now and then you need to indulge in something a little decadent. I have my sister in NYC to blame for introducing my to Lance Gluten Free Cheddar Cheese Sandwich Crackers. Theses taste just like Ritz Crackers, and along…

My Cycling calendar for 2016

So besides riding to and from work 45km – 60km a day 4-5 days a week I’ve lined up several local cycling events for 2016. May 1st:  CN Cycle for CHEO: Help Kids with Cancer 70km The 70km route is the longest available but there are shorter and family friendly distances and besides raising money…

Gluten Free Granola Receipe #1

As someone who has dealt with Celiac Disease over over 30 years I’ve seen a lot and I mean of lot of improvement not only in being able to eat gluten free outside of the home, but in the recipes available to make your own gluten free food at home. One of my favorite things…