• About Me
    My name is Danielle and I want to welcome you to ‘GLUTEN FREE PHILLY GIRL’! I created this blog to make it easier to find good tasting (good-for-you) … and hopefully, delicious, gluten free options at local restaurants (and even in my travels). Also, since I am not able to travel all the time and eat out at different
  • A Perfect GF Brownie
    Since I’ve been on such a roll with my with baking lately, I have decided I am going to try and bake something once a week. I wanted to attempt something different this week besides muffins, and whats better than a fudgy, moist and gooey brownie?! There are so many different types of brownies whether it be cakey or fudgy, with
  • Saturday Brunch
    As much as I hate to admit this, I am not much of a breakfast or brunch type of girl. I know it is the most important meal of the the day but for some reason I’m never hungry in the morning and if I do decide to eat something its most likely just yogurt with some granola. In the past I have tried going to brunch a few times but
  • Another Muffin Success!
    I’ve been trying to be better with using up ingredients that I already have in my fridge and cabinets. I noticed this past weekend that I had a lot of chocolate chips leftover and I didn’t just want to make cookies with it so I decided to try my luck with muffins again. Since I’ve been on such a roll with my baked
  • Classic Steakhouse with Speakeasy Feel
    This past weekend I ventured into the city to a place called Alpen Rose, located in Midtown Village. A new steakhouse that just recently opened back in March. It came highly recommended to me so I figured why not give it a try. I have been to my fair share of steakhouses so I just figured this would be no different, but boy I was
  • Squash-a-licious
    There are so many good things about the Fall season from warm and hearty soups, apple cider and all things pumpkin but there are also the many different types of squash. Who knew there were so many varieties of squash to choose from like Acorn Squash, Butternut Squash and Spaghetti Squash. I don’t cook with squash as much as I
  • Budget Friendly Enchiladas
    Since becoming gluten-free I have realized that the cost of buying GF food and eating out is really expensive. Not only do I want to provide good healthy GF food options for fellow GF foodies, but I also want to provide budget friendly meals inside and outside the home. I myself am still trying to find cheaper options in stores and
  • Third Times a Charm
    As I’ve mentioned in some of my previous posts I have never been much of a baker but I think that may be changing. I guess it just takes a little practice and getting familiar with the different ingredients you’re using. For me, I always felt that making gluten-free food was a little more challenging. It either
  • Crock-Pot Success
    Since it’s the beginning of fall (even though the temperatures have remained pretty warm) I like to find things that I can make in my crock-pot, especially for Sunday dinners. I usually love making different kinds of soups especially on those bitter cold days, but my son is not a huge fan of soup so I try and find a happy
  • An Oldie But Goody!
    Who is ready for some new and improved Sloppy Joe’s? Such an oldie but goody dinner idea that I used to love to eat when I was a kid. I was always excited when I knew my mom was making them for dinner. I remember the can of sauce she used called “Manwich”! It was an already made sauce with tomatoes, onions and bell
  • A “True” Find in K of P
    King of Prussia, Pa is not only known for the enormous King of Prussia mall but also all of the booming restaurants that are opening up around the mall. It’s hard to choose which one to try first, but I decided on a place called “True Food Kitchen”. Dr. Andrew Weil is the founder and has the belief that food should

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