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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 16 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...

Meringues

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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 20 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 21 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 22 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 23 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 23 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...

Airport Food Safety for Gluten-Free Diners | Triumph Dining

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In the midst of Spring Break and convention season, airports become an unavoidable obstacle for many gluten-free eaters. Even with the advancements that airlines are making, airports have always been a hub for food that comes in a wrap, between slices of bread or with another form of the looming danger of cross contamination. Over […]Click to...

Classic Sweet Cornbread Muffins from My Gluten-Free Kitchen

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Corn muffins are clearly a very popular muffin option. I think it’s because they bridge the gap between savory muffins and sweet muffins and they also work as a terrific bread option. So far for March Muffin Madness, we’ve enjoyed Johnny Cake Muffins, Paleo Sweet “Cornbread Muffins, and Basil Prosciutto Corn Cakes.  Today we have […](Visit my...

Gluten Free Living in Plain English

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These videos increased my understanding of gluten free living but would also help people who are ‘thinking about' going gluten free.. To view them, click here and then click the button (in the right sidebar) that says "view these videos". The first video is titled ‘What Gluten Free Really Means' and reminds us that gluten...

If You Like To Bake -- Try Our Favorite Homemade Gluten-Free Bread Recipe

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Not every gluten-free cook has the desire or time to grapple with the learning curve of gluten-free baking. And today, it's about the last thing we have to worry about because there are so many great gluten-free breads at our local groceries. Even the small towns that I frequent have them in the frozen coolers. So why tackle a homemade, from scratc...

Gluten-Free Cooking 26 days ago

Gluten-Free Menu Plan 3-29-14

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In recent months I have enjoyed creating the weekly gluten-free menu for you in Glossi format, but Glossi is switching to mobile only, so I will not be able to continue sharing menus that way. Never fear, your gluten-free menu plan will still be right here. I hope it gives you dinner ideas for the […] The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan 3-29-14 ap...

Basil Prosciutto Corn Cakes from Jenn Cuisine

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For all of you who love savory muffins, I have another one for you today for March Muffin Madness! These Basil Prosciutto Corn Cakes are muffins that can easily double as a meal (like Starlene’s Bacon Muffins). Jenn uses a traditional combination of savory ingredients—polenta, prosciutto, and basil—but simply in muffin form. These very appealing [&...

Gluten Free Meals from Wheat-Contaminated Kitchens

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Can a wheat-eater prepare a gluten free meal? Sure! There are thousands of books that explain exactly what food items are needed and what to do with them. But what about cross contamination? What needs to be done? Is it realistic to expect a wheat-eater to learn new skills and totally rearrange his/her kitchen in

Tyrrell’s Hand-Cooked English Chips

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I love witty packaging, as long as the food inside is good, of course. Rumor has it that some of our peers in the chip world have been attempting to ‘jazz up' their wares with things like MSG and something … Continue reading →

Best of Gluten Free Awards 2014 | Triumph Dining

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Which gluten-free breakfast cereal makes your morning complete? Who makes those gluten-free cookies you couldn’t live without? It’s that time of year again where we give you the chance to vote for the gluten-free products you love most. North America’s first and largest gluten-free recognition program – The Best of Gluten-Free Awards, are bac...

Friday Favorite: My Dad’s Cookies – Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Nut-Free & Kosher

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Sometimes you try a new product and you just know it was made with love. A product that is made for a reason.  A product that has heart, soul, and compassion as ingredients. And when I first tried My Dad’s Cookies I felt that love. These gluten-free, dairy-free and nut-free cookies are made by a

Be Free For Me Blog 28 days ago

Raspberry Muffin Cakes from She Let Them Eat Cake

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Today I have some more lovelies for you for March Muffin Madness—Raspberry Muffin Cakes from Maggie of She Let Them Eat Cake! You can probably guess why Maggie calls her recipe “muffin cakes” versus simply muffins. She has a very good reason, but I’ll let her explain later in this post. She’ll also tell you about the health benefits […](Visit...

10 Great Snack Recipes for Picky Eaters

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A movie star recently contacted me to ask what to feed her picky two year old. And that's how this list of 10 Great Snack Recipes for Picky Eaters was born. In order to compile this list of healthy, gluten-free snack recipes, I combed through the hundreds of grain-free recipes on Elana's Pantry. It was like a walk down memory lane, recalling all o...

Elana's Pantry 28 days ago

PRODUCT: Crunchmaster Popped Edamame Chips

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Chips for wasabi lovers. Photo by Elvira Kalviste | THE NIBBLE.   We love Crunchmaster: The multigrain crackers were a Top Pick Of The Week. They can be used for anything from snacking to garnishing to making a savory crust. Crunchmaster crackers are Japanese-inspired, from the rice used to make them to usuyaki, the art […]

“Starter” Muffins with Pretty Pink Glaze from Free Range Cookies

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Linda of Free Range Cookies is sharing her “Starter” Muffins today for our March Muffin Madness event. She says this recipe is very adaptable to your own personal needs and wants. Her Starter Muffins are gluten free and vegetarian, with a dairy-free option. Linda gives you lots of tips to make your gluten-free muffins a […](Visit my blog for ...

Enjoy a Gluten Free Splurge

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Celiacs, like all dieters, need to splurge occasionally. But people who live gluten free are unlikely to really enjoy a splurge that will (or even might) result in being ‘glutened'. Here are some suggestions involving the words  color, class, and candy. COLOR. Colors influence our moods and our senses. Check out this Pinterest  collection of...

Ratio Bars

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You know my crazy life tends to provide me ample opportunities to love the convenience and nutrition in protein bars.  This semester, Mondays and Wednesdays are my beasts : 4 and a half straight hours of teaching (3 hours of … Continue reading →

Free From Foods Awards – The Winners 2014

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The post Free From Foods Awards – The Winners 2014 appeared first on  Free From.

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Hot Cross Carrot Muffins from Gluten Free SCD and Veggie

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As we approach Easter and, therefore, Good Friday, the timing is perfect to share these Hot Cross Carrot Muffins for March Muffin Madness. This recipe was created by Vicky of Gluten Free SCD and Veggie. Vicky’s muffins are a delicious way to enjoy a variation on Hot Cross “Buns” without all the work that many Hot […](Visit my blog for the ful...

Gluten-Free Wednesdays ~ 3-26-14

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It’s been terrific to see the number and variety of posts shared for Gluten-Free Wednesdays each week. A big thanks to all of you bloggers who are submitting your posts every week and big thanks also to all of you readers who are taking the time to check them out each week! I truly love […](Visit my blog for the full post, complete with any r...

Gluten-Free Wednesdays 3-26-14

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Welcome to Gluten-Free Wednesdays—a carnival of gluten-free eating ideas. It’s your one stop place to find lots of delicious gluten-free recipes and information. 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.  No matter which site you link up at, y...

Book Review: The Slim Palate Paleo Cookbook

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Every week I receive loads of Paleo cookbooks in the mail asking for a review; I wrote my own called Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry which we use in my house on a daily basis. So forgive me if I'm a little jaded when it comes to Paleo cookbooks. However, I received a Paleo cookbook recently that I am absolutely loving and can highly recommend. ...

Elana's Pantry 30 days ago

Win-It-Wednesday: Teeccino Gluten-Free Dandelion Herbal Coffee Alternative & TeeChia Super Seed Cereal

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One of the best ways to start my morning is with a big bowl of Teechia Sustained Energy cereal mixed-up with some creamy yogurt alongside a piping hot Teeccino herbal dandelion coffee. Both certified gluten-free, caffeine-free and delicious. Teechia Sustained Energy Cereal is made up of a delicious blend of six organic super seeds, plus

Be Free For Me Blog 30 days ago

Udi’s Soft Baked Cookies | Triumph Dining Product Review

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We’ve all been there before: wandering down the gluten-free aisle of the grocery store and face-to-face with a shiny new package of cookies that promises to be the best you’ve ever had. Then you get home, rip into the bag, only to discover that these packaged cookies are crumbly, hard and disgusting. Luckily, Udi’s Gluten-Free […]Click to con...

Chocolate Banana Swirl Muffins from Sarah Bakes Gluten-Free Treats

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It’s Chocolate Banana Swirl Muffins for March Muffin Madness today! This recipe is the creation of Sarah at Sarah Bakes Gluten Free Treats. These beautiful muffins are gluten free, dairy free, and egg free, with a vegan option. I love that this recipe is egg free, but uses ingredients that anyone who is gluten free […](Visit my blog for the f...

Organicasaurus Baked Organic Corn Snack | Triumph Dining Product Review

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Being a gluten-free adult can be hard. I became gluten-free as an adult and so I think being a gluten -free kid must be that much harder, equally so to be the parent of a gluten-free kid. Gluten-free kids don’t get to live on the staples that other moms give their kids. Those cereals and […]Click to continue reading »

Granola Bars (Paleo)

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Having healthy, satisfying snacks to munch on when I’m on the go has always been important to me. Most of the time I simply rely on nuts, but I really enjoy having a granola bar to munch on. Since I’m eating grain free, and therefore mostly paleo, I decided to come up with a paleo […] The post Granola Bars (Paleo) appeared first on The Gluten...

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