Last night on television they were talking about Gweneth Paltrow and her husband Chris Martin getting divorced or as they put it “conscious uncoupling”. They alluded that the break up could possibly have to do with her diet restrictions and that they try to live a carb-free gluten-free lifestyle. Paltrow claims that everyone in their household is suffering from Celiac Disease or a gluten intolerance. I’m not a big fan of Paltrow, ( don’t dislike her either) but I can’t imagine getting divorced over a diet. My husband and I have been married for 24 years and believe me I have gone through many diet fazes in that time and thank goodness he loves for more then what I eat.
Easy Dips To Make – Gluten Free Cheesy Jalapiño Pretzel Dip
Planning a party or just satisfying a snack craving on a Saturday night, this gluten free cheese dip for pretzels is a quick and easy make. Living a Gluten free vegetarian lifestyle can at times be a bit reclusive. There have been many occasions that I just want to stay home with my immediate family because I don’t want to go through the whole dialogue of why I eat gluten free. Gluten free pretzels with easy dips to make is a very social alternative. Invite all your friends, co-workers and neighbors over, vegetarian gluten free or carnivore, they will all love this pretzel dip and never know that it is actually gluten free. Pair this recipe with Gluten free pretzels and the best gluten free beer.
1 Red Pepper
1 large Jalapiño
1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
1 1/2 tbsp butter
3/4 cup Coconut milk
1 1/2 tbs rice flour
1. Clean peppers and place on parchment covered pan and put in oven under the broiler. Allow peppers to blacken approximately 10 minutes. Then remove from broiler and allow to cool. Remove the blackened skin from the peppers. Cut peppers open and remove seeds. Keeping the seeds will create a spicier dip. Put skinned peppers in food processor and pulse a couple of minutes to chop. (alternatively you can chop them by hand.)
2. In a medium sized saucepan, melt butter and add chopped pepppers.