Erin Scott


Erin Scott is the author and photographer behind the successful gluten-free food blog, Yummy Supper. As a celiac, and mother to two gluten-intolerant kids, Erin focuses on cooking delectable and healthful food for her family and friends. She sees the world as crowded with a vast array of delicious ingredients that happen to be naturally gluten free. Erin’s food is delicious enough to please the most committed omnivore, gluten-free or not.



With holidays fast approaching, I thought I’d share some of my favorite crowd-pleasing recipes with you. When you have tried-and-true dishes in your holiday arsenal, not only does it ease the stress, it makes for happy bellies! Next time someone wants to come to your house for a meal, I hope one of these beloved recipes will come in handy. And if you’re needing an idea for a tasty homemade holiday gift, you can’t go wrong with Chocolate Bark with Caramelized Marcona Almonds.


Momofuku’s Pulled Pork

MOMOFUKU’S PULLED PORK – this irresistible meaty main can easily feed a large group – simple and ridiculously good, this dish has become a staple in our house and for so many other families I know. We like to serve our pulled pork with corn tortillas, guacamole, cabbage/citrus slaw, limes, and cilantro. Yum! {Click here for the full recipe…}



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Quinoa + Kale Patties

QUINOA + KALE PATTIES – a wonderful vegetarian dish, packed with flavor and good health. You can make the patties ahead of time, giving the recipe an ease and flexibility that comes in handy this time of year. {Click here for the full recipe…}





Green Pozole

IRRESISTIBLE GREEN POZOLE – this belly-warming dish brimming with chicken, hominy, pepitas and lime takes some prep, but once you’ve made the stew you’ve got a fantastic, hearty meal-in-a-bowl that everyone loves and is wonderful for cooler nights. {Click here for the full recipe…}





Chocolate Bark with Carmelized Marcona Almonds

CHOCOLATE BARK WITH CARAMELIZED MARCONA ALMONDS – I warm you…this homemade candy is addictive! We like to make batches of the delectable stuff, pack some into little tins or mason jars and give it as a gift to friends, family, teachers, neighbors for good holiday cheer. {Click here for the full recipe…}