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Smartfood Delight Popcorn

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"Since we did so well with our work this morning and did a good job pulling weeds, can we watch a movie on the computer?" "How about we blog instead?" "Oh, yeah!  I'll grab the camera!" See, there's no need … Continue reading →

Delightfully Gluten Free 18 hours, 18 min ago

Gluten-Free Wednesdays ~ 4-16-14

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Welcome back to Gluten-Free Wednesdays! If this is your first time here, GFW is the weekly blog carnival event that I co-host with Linda of The Gluten-Free Homemaker and Lynn of Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures. All gluten-free food-related posts are welcome, so GFW is a great opportunity to learn about living gluten free via recipes, safe […](Visit...

Passover Cupcakes from Kara’s | Triumph Dining

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If you’re in Northern California, there’s a sweet new addition that needs to be added to your Passover this year- Flourless (and GF!) Fudgy Cupcakes from Kara’s Cupcakes. This cupcake is available all month long at any of Kara’s shops, or by order online for pickup or delivery. It is made with Scharffen Berger cocoa […]Click to continue readi...

Way Better Snacks, Spicy Sriracha & Mustard Onion

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Tortilla chips are a wonderful food.  Don't you agree? We recently received some samples of the new chips to the Way Better Snacks tortilla chips line.  Their tortilla chips are certified gluten-free, non-GMO, and they use sprouted grains to give you … Continue reading →

Gluten-Free Wednesdays 4-16-14

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Hi everybody!  Welcome to another week of sharing great gluten-free eating recipes and ideas. I know this week many people are thinking about Easter. I bet there will be at least a few ideas here, and I look forward to seeing them. This carnival is co-hosted by my friends Shirley of gfe–gluten free easily and […] The post Gluten-Free We...

15 Favorite GFE Recipes for Easter (Including a Few That Also Work for Passover)

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Before we talk about Easter, I'd like to share my experience with unintentionally overmedicating myself the last few days. I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism when I first went gluten free almost 11 years ago. I take thyroid medication daily and my dosage typically remains pretty stable, with my symptoms pre-diagnosis typically and pleasantly absen...

Better Batter Butterfly Cake

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This delicious cake was inspired by a recipe on the Betty Crocker site. We loved the idea so much, we decided to do a version of our own! Our cake is a little more intensive than the original, but is sure to please – this version uses one of our cake mixes and feeds 24 [Read More...]

Better Batter 2 days ago

Matzo Balls for Passover | Triumph Dining

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I’m getting excited about cooking (and eating) at Passover because of all the new products in the local grocery store. This year there is gluten-free panko, gluten-free matzo, matzo crackers, matzo meal and a variety of dessert mixes. This is a big deal. When I first went gluten free, Passover was a difficult holiday to […]Click to continue r...

Giant Gluten-Free Lemon Ginger Crisp Cookies

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As I watched my buttery gluten-free cookie dough, flecked with freshly grated lemon zest and minced crystallized ginger spread out on the cookie sheet to thin, very thin enormous circles, I started thinking, disaster! Not unusual in the world of gluten-free bakers, but always disappointing for sure....Read Full Post

Gluten-Free Cooking 2 days ago

A Few Gluten-Free Easter Recipes

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Don’t let a holiday like Easter scare you just because you’re gluten free. There is plenty of delicious gluten-free food to enjoy. Here are a few gluten-free recipes that will help make this Easter a tasty one. Hot Cross Buns are traditionally served on Good Friday, but they’re great any time. If you want to […] The post A Few Gluten-Free Eas...

Noglu: Gluten-Free in Paris

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Paris in the springtime. Who can resist? Who can resist Paris anytime of the year, actually?! In a city known for its pastries, Noglu is a gem, conveniently located in the 2nd. While there are many tasty things on the menu, here are a few highlights: John Dory with braised endive, served on a bed […]Click to continue reading »

Favorite Passover Ingredients

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Over the years many of you have asked for a list of my favorite Passover ingredients. Well here you go –a rundown of the products that will make your grain-free Passover a breeze. These are the items I have come to depend on for making my Passover Seders since 1998 –the year I was diagnosed with celiac disease. Yes, it's been a long ti...

Elana's Pantry 4 days ago

Gluten-Free Menu Plan 4-12-14

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Spring can be a difficult time to menu plan. Some days are still chilly and great for soup while others are quite warm, giving you a taste of summer to come. This gluten-free menu plan has a variety of recipes. Switch up the order to fit your schedule and weather. I have been trying to […] The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan 4-12-14 appeared first...

Grain-Free Matzo

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For years my friends, family, and readers have been asking me to create a grain-free matzo recipe. This year, instead of throwing matzo together the day of our Seder, I took time during the last few weeks (well prior to Passover) to work on creating an amazing gluten-free, grain-free matzo recipe. As you can imagine, my house has become a veritabl...

Elana's Pantry 5 days ago

Friday Favorite: Pamela’s Figgies & Jammies Cookies

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If you're looking for a good old fashioned cookie you have to check out Pamela’s Product’s Figgies and Jammies. Fashioned after the old standby cookie – the Fig Newton – this gluten-free version will knock your socks off. But with one difference… this cookie is far, far better. I love that the “cookie” portion of

Be Free For Me Blog 6 days ago

Gluten-Free Living Conference Recap

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Like many of you, we had a long cold winter, and sometime in January I decided that a trip to Orlando was just what I needed, even if it was a few months away. It gave me hope of warmth. I think my friend Shirley was feeling the same way because she readily agreed to […] The post Gluten-Free Living Conference Recap appeared first on The Glute...

PASSOVER: Danny Macaroons

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Passover is around the corner, and macaroons are on the menu. The soft, coconut cookies are a delight year-round, but especially appreciated by Passover observers. Made of shredded coconut, sweetened condensed milk, and egg whites—without the flour or leavening that are verboten during this holiday—they happily replace other baked sweets. (They’re ...

Gluten Free Grits

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"Are grits gluten free?" is the most-asked question on this website. The answer is a resounding "yes" and what may be even more encouraging is that grits can be made from at least six of the eleven gluten free grains. FYI, the terms grits, polenta, and cornmeal mean more-or-less the same thing. Click here to

Rush Bowls | Triumph Dining Product Review

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I just got a new blender and as much as I’d love to make a smoothie before I head out the door for work each morning, it’s not going to happen. The mere act of pulling out the blender and all its components in the morning is more than most of us have time to […]Click to continue reading »

Nut free, dairy free, gluten free Granola

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Pig in the Kitchen 7 days ago

Apr 9, Gluten free gingerbread recipe - go on treat yourself!

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Gluten free gingerbread recipe that the whole family will love.

Gluten Free at JFK | Triumph Dining

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Next up for our gluten-free airport series is one of the busiest airports in the US: JFK in the New York City Metro area. French Meadow Bakery Café (Terminal 2) – French Meadow Bakery is a Minneapolis-based bakery and restaurant, known best for their vegan and gluten-free foods. In Terminal 2 they have a coffee-shop-style […]Click to co...

Gluten-Free Wednesdays ~ 4-9-14

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Gluten-Free Wednesdays, which I co-host with Linda of The Gluten-Free Homemaker (who is also the event’s founder) and Lynn of Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures, is continuing to be the spot to visit during the middle of each week! Last week we had almost 70 entries! They included so many great gluten-free recipes (in every category from […](Visit my ...

Gluten-Free Wednesdays 4-9-14

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Welcome to another week of Gluten-Free Wednesdays. This blog carnival is all about sharing gluten-free recipes and information. It’s your one stop shopping place for gluten-free ideas. This carnival is co-hosted by my friends Shirley of gfe–gluten free easily and All Gluten-Free Desserts and Lynn of Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures. Your links will ...

Overstock Blowout Sale Now!

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We have an overabundance of our Pancake, Chocolate & Yellow Cake, and Fudge Brownie Mixes in Canadian packaging, so we are putting them on sale at a CRAZY discount!! Any 20 oz box of these mixes is on sale for only $4 each, or you can purchase a case of 12 for a greater discount [Read More...]

Better Batter 8 days ago

The Toasted Oat – Coupon Code

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For those of you who were interested in trying out The Toasted Oat, they have sent me a coupon code for Delightfully Gluten Free readers.  Just enter GETURCANS in the coupon code box to receive 30% off merchandise (not including … Continue reading →

Win-It-Wednesday: Cocomels – Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free Coconut Milk Caramels

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YES…. Spring is finally here in New England and Easter is just around the corner, so now is the time to start thinking about CANDY! Easter is one of the times  that I allow myself to make up basketfuls of treats, and even sneak a few for myself. But those of us that are gluten

Be Free For Me Blog 8 days ago

March Muffin Madness–Best Gluten-Free Muffins Recipe Roundup

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Here’s an alphabetical roundup of all the gluten-free muffin recipes from our March Muffin Madness event. I wanted to not just have a listing of links as I do in the kickoff post, but to also have photos for better "one-stop" recipe shopping of the best gluten-free muffin recipes! I've included some reader reviews comments. If you've […](Visi...

The Toasted Oat Granola

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It's soft!  I haven't had a soft granola since I was little.  I'd even forgotten people made granola that way. I recently received some samples from The Toasted Oat.  It is a certified gluten-free granola that has a great chew … Continue reading →

Chocolate Covered Easter Egg Candy

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With the long cold winter we’ve had, I’m glad that Easter is late this year. Hopefully by April 20th it will actually feel like spring. Since I am more than ready for spring to get here, I’ve been enjoying pictures of Easter and spring time recipes and decor on Pinterest. They reminded e that a […] The post Chocolate Covered Easter Egg Candy ...

Summer Camps for Kids Who Live Gluten Free

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Summer camps are a wonderful experience for children who live gluten free. This is the time of year for families to think about it and make plans. Start with this article about children and their opportunities for a gluten free summer experience. When you are ready to make a reservation, check out the sites sponsored

Is It Getting Easier to Eat Gluten-Free on the Road? | Triumph Dining

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Is it just me or is it getting easier to eat gluten free away from home? When I went gluten-free I’d pour over menus and ingredients at restaurants trying to determine what was in there. I’d explain that I couldn’t eat the croutons because I’m gluten free and they’d say, ‘great’ then offer me cookies […]Click to continue reading »

Gluten-Free Menu Plan 4-5-14

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Many people have restrictions in addition to being gluten free. I know I do. I am also dairy free as well as mostly soy and grain free. I  always cook gluten-free dinners, but they are not always dairy free or grain free. For that reason, I’m sharing what I do to accommodate those requirements for […] The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan 4-5-14 app...


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Meringues are a light and crunchy naturally gluten-free dessert that melt in your mouth. Better yet? Mine are made with only two ingredients –egg whites and maple syrup. Meringue cookies are fun, yet elegant, pleasing both young and old; my children and their friends devour them. So does my husband. We'll be serving my quick and easy Meringu...

Elana's Pantry 12 days ago

Dietary Fiber and the Gluten Free Diet

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The typical American eats less than 60% of the necessary dietary fiber. This number is  lower for Americans who live gluten free since we can not tolerate the grains that are richest in fiber (barley, rye, and the four types of wheat). "… both adults and kids need about 14 grams of fiber for every

Friday Favorite: Eatrageous… the new spin on chips

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Want to try a new spin on chips? Try Eatrageous baked chip! This all-natural, extra crunchy gluten-free snack is like no other. How do I love these chips? Let me count the ways. I love the shape of Eatrageous chips… which is a penne pasta like shape. It’s tube shaped, fun, quirky and packed with

Be Free For Me Blog 13 days ago

Devotion Vodka | Triumph Dining Product Review

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Let’s just tell it like it is – it’s not every day that a few bottles of vodka show up at the office, albeit sugar-free, gluten-free ones. So while reviewing these tall pretty bottles of beverage is a definite hardship on me, I’m going to do it for you. Of course celiacs safely drinking vodka, […]Click to continue reading »

Crispy Green Fruit

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Freeze-dried fruits have got to be the best kind of dried fruits, at least in my opinion.  Though I do enjoy dehydrating fruits myself sometimes, they certainly have a different texture than freeze-dried, which has that airy crunch to it. … Continue reading →

Gluten Free & Allergen Free Expo Chicago — FREE TICKETS!

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Being an official blogger for the GFAF Expo in Chicago next weekend has its perks — not only do I get to mingle among some of my favorite blogger friends and vendors, but they're also giving me FIVE regular admission one day passes to give away!   Actually all of the blogging team (and other...Continue reading →

Celiac in the City 14 days ago

Gluten-Free Wednesdays ~ 4-2-14

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Gluten-Free Wednesdays continues to be going along wonderfully. I appreciate each of you who are contributing posts each week and each of you who are taking the time to check them out every week as well. It’s such a fun event for our gluten-free community! Special note:  If you’re a blogger who is contributing, please […](Visit my blog for th...

Best of Gluten Free Awards 2014

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Welcome to the 2014 Best of Gluten-Free Awards! Voting begins today and continues through the end of April so please cast your votes now! As mentioned before, we have 17 great gluten-free categories this year and the nominees in each category are below. Hopefully your favorites have been nominated and if not, please feel free […]Click to cont...

Gluten-Free Wednesdays 4-2-14

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If you are looking for new gluten-free recipes to try out, you have come to the right place. Gluten-Free Wednesdays is where a variety of bloggers share their ideas. If you’re adding a link, please read the guidelines. Otherwise, just browse the links below and enjoy! This carnival is co-hosted by my friends Shirley of […] The post Gluten-Fre...

Review: The Allergy-Free Baby & Toddler Book by Charlotte Muqit & Dr Adam Fox

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If you have an allergic baby or toddler, buy this bookRecently, I was sent a copy of the Allergy Free Baby and Toddler Book to review. It's by Charlotte Muquit (mum to Zach who has food allergies and Coeliac disease) and Dr Adam Fox (all round paediatric allergy god).Let me give it to you straight: I am a terrible reviewer because I forget that I'v...

Pig in the Kitchen 15 days ago

I Won’t Meditate

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I won't meditate. How can a yoga teacher trained over 20 years ago, long before yoga was the ubiquitous activity it is today say something as blasphemous as this? Yes, that's me. The yoga teacher and anti-meditator. Makes no sense, does it? Why not mediate? Especially when the benefits of meditation have been scientifically proven through research...

Elana's Pantry 15 days ago

April Fools Food for Thought

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April Fools Day can be fun for people who live gluten free as well as for wheat eaters. (Check out my recent article.) But some food-related deceptions are dangerous and expensive — I'm speaking here about the trickery designed to get us to buy certain products. For example: There are no federal guidelines governing the

Gluten-Free at San Francisco International Airport | Triumph Dining

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Traveling on a gluten-free diet is a lot easier now that restaurants have been amending their menus. As mentioned in my previous article, this is the first in a series of options currently available in the most frequented US airports. First up: SFO.  San Francisco Soup Company (Terminal 3) - Looking for something hearty? The […]Click to conti...

Knee Slappin’ Good Blueberry Muffins from Adventures of a Gluten-Free Mom

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This recipe for Knee Slappin’ Good Blueberry Muffins from Heidi of Adventures of a Gluten-Free Mom is the last recipe entry for our March Muffin Madness event. I thought that sharing this much loved sweet muffin recipe would be a nice way to close out the event. Heidi’s muffins are gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free, corn-free, soy-free, xanthan/gua...

Ground Beef Stew (Slow Cooker)

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Ground beef stew is simply a variation of beef stew, and like beef stew, you can vary it to use whatever vegetables you like or have on hand. This version is one that my family enjoys and that I like to make often. Since I eat low carb, I usually make the stew without any […] The post Ground Beef Stew (Slow Cooker) appeared first on The Glute...

Savory Leek and Potato Brunch Muffins from Cake Cooks Gluten Free

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These Savory Leek and Potato Brunch Muffins for March Muffin Madness come from Kathy of Cake Cooks Gluten Free.  She describes her recipe as a bit of a cross between a muffin and a quiche. They sound like they’d make a wonderful ”to go” meal or even be perfect with a mug of good soup, and they’re […](Visit my blog for the full post, complete ...

Tropical Mango-Coconut Muffins from Queen of Quinoa

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We’re closing in on the final hours of March Muffin Madness here on gfe, but I’ve still got quite a bit of great muffin goodness to share with you! Like these Tropical Mango-Coconut Muffins from Alyssa, Queen of Quinoa! Now I’ve pretty much described Alyssa’s muffins from the title and reference to her blog. You […](Visit my blog for the full...

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