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Gluten-Free Menu Plan (July 4)

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Happy Independence Day everyone! I hope you enjoy your day along with some good food. I'll be attending a cookout and taking my chopped veggie salad. I hope this gluten-free menu plan helps you as you prepare for the week ahead. The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan (July 4) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker -...

Is Sun Screen Gluten Free?

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Is sunscreen gluten free? In most situations, it doesn't matter, since sunscreen is not ingested. In cases where it is important, use this link to find a list of gluten free sunscreens.

Gluten and the Thyroid

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Friday Favorite: Bare Crunchy Apple Chips

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This week’s Friday Favorite is awarded to a company that allows you to get your “apple a day” the crunchy way! Bare Crunchy Apple Chips are a great way to incorporate fruit into your diet one crunch at a time. The 100% natural apple chips are gluten-free, fat-free and are only 50 calories per pack.

Be Free For Me Blog 304 days ago

Using a Gluten Free Menu

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Meals can’t be guaranteed gluten free if they are prepared in a kitchen that also prepares gluten-containing food. That’s true, but it is also a cop-out: thousands of gluten free meals are prepared in kitchens that serve everyone. It takes knowledge, careful and competent planning, and a well-trained staff. Menus that include this disclaimer are [&...

Maggiano’s Offers Gluten-free Menu | Triumph Dining

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Maggiano’s Little Italy has unveiled a standalone menu that highlights the chain’s gluten-free offerings. The 49 restaurants’ menus have new items, including a cheese-filled ravioli that the chain developed with its supplier, prepared with cheese and spring vegetables. The ravioli were produced in a plant that is cleaned, swabbed and tested for glu...

Gluten-Free Summer Cookout Recipes

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With 4th of July coming up this weekend, you might be planning to attend or host a summer cookout. If you're wondering what gluten-free recipes to make, here are a few suggestions The post Gluten-Free Summer Cookout Recipes was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free.   ...

Win-It-Wednesday: NEW! Urban Raccoon Paleo Grainless Snack Bars

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When Urban Raccoon Snack Bars sponsored a Win-It-Wednesday contest on BeFreeForMe.com a few months back the contest was a hit! These high-quality snack bars made in small-batches with only good-for-you ingredients were a welcome change and the reviews that were received from BeFreeForMe.com readers were impressive! So… when Brad Indoe, the Founder ...

Be Free For Me Blog 306 days ago

Red White and Blueberry Popsicles

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Cool and refreshing, Red White and Blueberry Popsicles hit the spot on a hot summer's day. The base of these homemade popsicles is coconut milk, berries, and a touch of honey. They're a fabulously healthy, yet festive dessert for the Fourth of July! I've made these Red White and Blueberry Popsicles using stevia in placeRead More → The post R...

Elana's Pantry 307 days ago

Jun 30, Warts on my hands, elbows, and knees, NO stomach problems, SELF DIAGNOSED with celiac disease

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Shortly after my 19th birthday ( I am now 23) I woke up one morning with these bubbly-like blisters, wart-like on the palms of my fingers, and knuckles.

Gluten-Free Lemon Meringue Pie in Mason Jars | Triumph Dining Recipe

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Yeah, yeah we’re over citrus fruits. After all, summer’s around the corner and stone fruits are in your local grocer and farmer’s market now. However, this recipe looked too good to hold until next winter. Enjoy! INGREDIENTS Crust 8 ounces gluten-free graham crackers or other crispy gluten-free cookies 4 tablespoons (56 g) unsalted butter, melted [...

Healthier Coconut Shrimp

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Coconut shrimp are delicious – but as they are typically deep fried and sweetened, they certainly aren't ‘health' food! We wanted to create a healthier, lower fat, lower carb version of this popular item,  so we baked our coconut shrimp, and replaced the panko with unsweetened fine coconut, and reduced the amount of sweetened coconut [R...

Better Batter 308 days ago

Libby’s Bluebery Pie Bars

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These pie bars are incredible! They're super easy to make and the same crumb is used as the crust and the crumble on top. Perfectly dairy free and gluten free. Enjoy Ingredients: Crust and Topping: 1-1/2 c. Better Batter gluten free all purpose flour 3/4 c. sugar 1/8 tsp. salt 3/4 c. Margarine, cold from the [Read More...]

Better Batter 308 days ago

Mexican Chocolate Ice Cream Sandwiches

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My neighbor cries with glee when I share this classic dessert on summer nights. These ice cream sandwiches are a delightful departure from the norm when you swap in Mexican chocolate for regular chocolate chips. Found in the International Food aisle (or online), Mexican chocolate has a hint of cinnamon which is delicious paired with [Read More...]

Better Batter 308 days ago

Vacationing? Top Gluten Free Cities to Visit

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With millions of travelers expected to hit the roadways and airways this summer, those of us with food allergies have to plan just a bit more carefully.   Where will we eat? Are there gluten-friendly restaurants near our hotel? Or will we be stuck in the kitchen for the entirety of our vacation?   I [Read More...]

Better Batter 308 days ago

Crispy Chicken Salad

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This summer is a scorcher so far! When it’s hot outside, I like to have something light and cool for supper. Crispy chicken salad is a good option—a nice big green salad with some crispy fried chicken on top. Better Batter gluten-free seasoned flour makes cooking the chicken simple. Add your favorite dressing, and dinner [Read More...]

Better Batter 308 days ago

Angel Food Cupcakes

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My gluten-free angel food cake is a delicious and popular recipe. Seriously. Anyone who likes angle food cake will love this cake. Don't even tell them it's gluten free unless they need it to be. But maybe you don't have an angel food cake pan or you just like cupcakes. These gluten-free angel food cupcakes are just as good as the full sized cake, ...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan (June 27)

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Thankfully our weather has cooled down a bit here, but this week's gluten-free menu plan avoids the oven anyway with the exception of the fruit pizza. The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan (June 27) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free.         ...

Two Moms in the Raw Granola | Triumph Dining Product Review

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Our last review of Two Moms in the Raw products is of the granola. You can read about their Nut Bars here and Sea Crackers here. Overall, our tasting team at Triumph Dining really liked the granola and found it very similar to the Nut Bars. It’s a slightly sweet and crunchy eating experience. The […]Click to continue reading »

Kellogg’s Rice Krispies Gluten-Free Cereal is No More

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Kellogg’s Rice Krispies Gluten-Free cereal has been discontinued. The company made the decision to stop making Gluten Free Rice Krispies due to disappointing sales and manufacturing constraints. Fortunately the company makes many other gluten-free products, including Eggo Gluten Free Waffles, Fruit Flavored Snacks, Kellogg's To Go Breakfast Shakes,...

Using Your Slow Cooker in the Summer

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Are you interested in an easy way to have a home cooked meals without heating up your oven or standing over the grill? Using your slow cooker in the summer can help you do just that. You don’t have to store it away just because you no longer want to eat soups and stews. You can cook summertime recipes and take that cooking heat completely out of th...

Jun 23, Food information regulations 2014 - allergen information

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Changes to the Food Information Regulations 2014 and how it affects coeliacs who eat out

Camping for the Gluten Free

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Camping is fun for everyone. With a bit of advanced planning, people with special dietary requirements can  join in the excitement. Each of these articles gives you several choice and will make it easy to accommodate your campers who live gluten free. Click here and/or here and/or here.

General Mills Adding to its Gluten-Free Product Lineup

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General Mills has plans to add gluten-free credentials to its Nature Valley snack bar brand in the US. This summer, five bars will be marketed as gluten-free. Three of the products were already made without gluten but weren’t labeled so. General Mills changed the recipe on a fourth bar – Nut Crisps – to remove […]Click to continue...

Meatball Subs

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Meatball Subs on Homemade Baguettes As summer arrives, I try to find meals that are somewhat lighter and easier to cook compared to the hearty soups and stews and roasts that I cook when the weather is cooler. One of my family’s new favorite meals is meatball subs. I make homemade baguettes for these yummy, [Read More...]

Better Batter 315 days ago

Crock Pot Chicken Divan

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Warm and creamy layers of rice, chicken, and brocolli, lightly spiced with curry powder, in a homemade cream sauce, chicken divan is a complete comfort food meal at its best. My mother in law used to make this dish when I would come to visit while dating my husband, and it remains one of my [Read More...]

Better Batter 315 days ago

Peanut Butter and Jam Bars

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A sweet friend recently went berry picking and made the most delicious strawberry jam.  She gifted me with a jar and to prevent myself from eating it straight from the jar by the spoonful, I decided to come up with a great recipe to gift back to her for her kindness.  Behold!  In all their [Read More...]

Better Batter 315 days ago

TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: Artisan Bistro Beyond Breakfast

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Artisan Bistro wants to make it easy for everyone to eat delicious, nutrition-rich meals. The company makes lunch/dinner entrees, burritos and breakfasts”single-serving frozen meals made with the best lean proteins, whole grains, vegetables and healthy fats. We received samples of their Beyond Breakfast line, and it was eye-opening: delicious and o...

Butterfinger Cookies

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Ah, Butterfingers. That chocolatey, crunchy goodness turns chewy when baked. Who knew? Add this recipe to your To Do List before a night out by the campfire, to take on a family trip, or truthfully, any time at my house. It really is worth the time to chill this dough, so set aside a few [Read More...]

Better Batter 315 days ago

Mexican Beef Bowls (Slow Cooker)

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Trying to eat at home more often? This recipe for Mexican Beef Bowls will be a hit with your family, and it is so simple and easy. It can also be adapted to different diets. The post Mexican Beef Bowls (Slow Cooker) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on Gluten-Free Homemaker - Helping you be gluten free.     ...

Strawberry Olive Oil Cake Recipe

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It's an hour before the big potluck and I need to make something fabulous.It needs to be gluten-freeand dairy free, soy free, corn free.Ever had a moment like that one?Since I wrote Gluten Free Baking for Dummies, the pressure is on to show up at parties with a tempting and allergen friendly treat.Not being able to have a great time and enjoy the f...

RECIPE: Rice Noodle Salad with Lemongrass, Mint, Cilantro…& Tea!

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Today is National Iced Tea Day. Approximately 85% of the tea consumed in the U.S. is iced, and iced tea is now the most consumed beverage at lunch time (source: Tea Association of America). Tea is also used as a recipe ingredient, in dishes from Smoked Tea Duck to baked goods, soba noodles, smoothies and […]

How to Choose the Right Vitamin or Supplement

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What to look for in a Vitamin or SupplementOctober 17, 2012 by Jean LaytonBowl of VitaminsCreative commons Courtesy stevendepoloBuying supplements/vitamins can seem bewildering for people without an organic chemistry degree.The Journal of the American Medical Association recently published a study:Multivitamins in the Prevention of Cancer in Men-Th...

Creamy Gluten-Free Vegan Pumpkin Soup with Smoky Maple Pepita Brittle

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October 21, 2012 by Jean Layton Burnished leaves of gold, flaming red and orange contrasting with the pine trees. Pumpkin fields scattered with orange orbs and children running from one to the next with squeals of joy. Scattered orange flags dropping from cedar trees soften the pathways through the woods on a walk with my dogs.Orange is the color o...

Celiac Disease “ Can You Be Born With It?

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Here is my take on this. I know that science proves that Celiac must be triggered (usually by trauma) and therefore you are not born with Celiac Disease. I contend that many babies experience various levels of trauma during birth.As  My birth was very traumatic – brought on by a car accident and I was […]

Auntjayne's Blog 1301 days ago

Smoky Maple Pumpkin Seed Brittle Recipe

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byAs Jean LaytonAccents matter.Listening to a group of people, the lilt of a brogue, the sliding vowels of New York, the guttural catch of German, all serve to fascinate me.That is where the story lies, with those nuances and tweaks to the language.In food, so much is the same. As It is the accents that takes a recipe from routine to special.Accent...

Aunt Jayne's Gluten Free Honey BBQ Sauce

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INGREDIENTS 1 As½ tbs olive oil 1 cup ketchup (check the ingredients) 1 cup white vinegar As¼ cup molasses As¾ cup honey As¼ cup GF Worcestershire sauce ( See recipeAs As http://wp.me/prAld-aJ) 1 medium onion, minced As½ tsp paprika 1 tsp minced garlic As½ tsp dried marjoram As½ tsp cumin. DIRECTIONS In a large saucepan, over medium […]

Auntjayne's Blog 1382 days ago

Ignite Naturals Reload Gel Review, and DIY Energy Gel for the Gluten Free Endurance Athlete

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As a cyclist, I eat my fair share of portable,... read more... The post Ignite Naturals Reload Gel Review, and DIY Energy Gel for the Gluten Free Endurance Athlete appeared first on Gluten Free Fitness.

Live purely: I am a purely elizabeth Ambassador

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That's right, kids. Way back in 2009, the year I... read more... The post Live purely: I am a purely elizabeth Ambassador appeared first on Gluten Free Fitness.

Eight wheat-free snacks to sass up your party table

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When you throw a party, do a few different types... read more... The post Eight wheat-free snacks to sass up your party table appeared first on Gluten Free Fitness.

Fueling options for the gluten free endurance athlete

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As many of you know, I've gone back to my... read more... The post Fueling options for the gluten free endurance athlete appeared first on Gluten Free Fitness.

Celiac Awareness Month 2012: KISS it, and then Spread the Bread.

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Yes, I know. Once again I am behind the 8... read more... The post Celiac Awareness Month 2012: KISS it, and then Spread the Bread. appeared first on Gluten Free Fitness.

How to get your husband to eat more veggies

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I have waxed philosophic about how awesome my husband is on multiple... read more... The post How to get your husband to eat more veggies appeared first on Gluten Free Fitness.

Getting out of your own way…

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Getting Out of Your Own Way aka You Can Do... read more... The post Getting out of your own way… appeared first on Gluten Free Fitness.

Ridiculously High Protein High Fiber Gluten Free Muffin Recipe

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I'm a tweaker. Not a tweeker, a tweaker.  Meaning I... read more... The post Ridiculously High Protein High Fiber Gluten Free Muffin Recipe appeared first on Gluten Free Fitness.

The tale of the clear heels: The gluten free princess takes the stage

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I've been a little absent this week. As some of... read more... The post The tale of the clear heels: The gluten free princess takes the stage appeared first on Gluten Free Fitness.

Gluten Free “Healthy” Treats

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I've mentioned before my love for chocolate. I really, really... read more... The post Gluten Free "Healthy" Treats appeared first on Gluten Free Fitness.

Top 10 Gluten Free Healthy and Portable Snacks

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Ah, snack foods. The land of high fructose corn syrup,... read more... The post Top 10 Gluten Free Healthy and Portable Snacks appeared first on Gluten Free Fitness.

Follow up on the “Smart Choices” Program-“Cocoa Puffs as Health Food?”

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About 3 weeks ago I posted my thoughts on the... read more... The post Follow up on the "Smart Choices" Program-"Cocoa Puffs as Health Food?" appeared first on Gluten Free Fitness.

Follow up on Nutrient Absorption and Importance of Vitamins in Celiacs

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You may have read my previous post on common nutritional... read more... The post Follow up on Nutrient Absorption and Importance of Vitamins in Celiacs appeared first on Gluten Free Fitness.

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