Guest post written by Patricia Ernest.
When we have a Halloween party in our family, we have to make sure that the food that's served is gluten-free, or that at least there are a few gluten-free options. Two of my nieces are actually allergic to gluten, so this is something that I've become aware of as a result. It's my time now to host a Halloween party, so I've been planning for it.
I looked online for some good seasonal gluten-free recipes and while I was doing that I came across some info on internet serivce providers in my area. I showed them to my husband and after that we decided to change over our internet service to one of those providers.
I was pretty excited to try out this gluten free peanut brittle, so I made an early batch of it to test. It was really good! I think it will be a hit with everyone at the party and they won't even be able to tell it's made especially to be gluten free. Besides, I think that's the goal of special cooking, doing such a good job on it so that you can't tell it's any different!