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Table 3

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Getting ready to go to a movie or just shop at Green Hills Mall? Table… The post Table 3 appeared first on Gluten Free Geek.

Gluten Free Nashville 62 days ago

GFW: Gluten-Free Banana Bread, Graham Crackers, and Mexican Chocolate Popsicles

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Welcome to Gluten-Free Wednesdays (GFW) once again! This past week of GFW brought us gluten-free recipes for Banana Bread, Graham Crackers, Mexican Popsicles, and much more! GFW is the weekly blog carnival event that I co-host with my friends Linda of The Gluten-Free Homemaker and Lynn of Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures. If you’re new to GFW, the main [&...

Win-It-Wednesday: New varieties of KIND Bars and KIND Clusters – and they can be yours!

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Yes! Yes! YES!!!  KIND Bars has two new flavors to expand their Nuts & Spices line… Plus, three new varieties to their Healthy Grains Clusters line! If you’re in love with KIND Nut & Spice bars because they have the most awesome flavor combinations ever, contain premium all-natural ingredients that you actually pronounce, or have

Be Free For Me Blog 62 days ago

GFW: Banana Bread, Graham Crackers, and Cheesecake

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July starts off with a bang for me. In the first week I get to celebrate my anniversary, birthday, and Independence Day! If you need ideas for 4th of July, I put some at the bottom of this week’s menu plan. I’m also happy to be hosting this great gluten-free carnival this week. If you’re […] The post GFW: Banana Bread, Graham Crackers, and Ch...

Grain-Free Banana Nut Chocolate Chip Brownies

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I don’t know why it has taken me so long to create these Banana Nut Chocolate Chip Bars. I mean Brownies. And by that I mean the idea of these bars had never entered my mind before yesterday. But they are super easy to make, unbelievably good, and another way to use up my never-ending supply of […](Visit my blog for the full post, complete wi...

Is it Crohn’s or Celiac Disease?

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Crohn’s and celiac disease are often confused with one another. With a common symptoms list that includes abdominal cramps/pain and diarrhea, it is easy to assume you have one or the other before visiting a doctor. That’s not where the similarities end either, and in both, the immune system is reacting to some sort of […]Click to continue rea...

Firecracker Onion Blossom recipe

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Looking for something clever to serve your guests this Fourth of July? Why not make a few firecracker blossoms, with spicy dipping sauce.  Our version of this crowd pleasing favorite is allergen free and baked, not fried, so you can feel better about chowing down on an extra hotdog or ten. The secret to getting [Read More...]

Better Batter 63 days ago

super supreme pizza quinoa salad

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It's no secret I could eat pizza pretty much everyday. Lately, we've been spending a little too much time at Transfer for GFGF (gluten free girlfriends) dinners — I wouldn't say I'm getting sick of pizza (impossible!!!) but my waistline might be in need of a break. Instead of giving up my pizza, I just...Continue reading →...

Celiac in the City 64 days ago

Easy, Healthy Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge (or Other Nut Butter)

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I tend to think of fudge as a treat for the holidays, but this easy chocolate peanut butter fudge recipe from Danielle is much healthier than my holiday fudge recipes and can be indulged in any time. I made the recipe using almond butter so my husband could enjoy it. It turned out perfectly, and […] The post Easy, Healthy Chocolate Peanut But...

Jun 30, Gluten free protein pancakes with cinnamon

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Tasty recipe for cinnamon flavored gluten free protein pancakes for you to try

Tips for Surviving Concession Stand Season

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If you’re card carrying member of the food allergy club, chances are you’ve had this conversation at the ball field: Concession Mom: How can I help you? Me: Hi, there! We have allergies, and I have a few questions. Do you use peanut oil in your fryers? CM: ummmm….I have no idea. Let me check [Read More...]

Better Batter 64 days ago

TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: Protein Bakery, Delicious Bites With Extra Protein

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“Fitness is my business, baking is my passion,” says Stephen Charles Lincoln, a fitness instructor who enjoys a good brownie and cookie. Way back in 1999, he created the Protein Bakery to bake goodies amped up with whey protein, undetectable to the palate. We only heard about it recently, but we’re thrilled with the result: […]

Gluten Free Scones

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Just like mom makes. Well, I hope.  I have actually never tasted my mom's scones as they entered her repertoire after I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease.  And I usually don't post recipes that I haven't made many times, but this recipe is hers – save for the gluten free conversion.  I trust it. The […]

Gluten-Free Menu Plan 6-28-14

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I’m so encouraged when I hear from you that my gluten-free menu plan is helpful to you. I expect that most of you don’t follow it completely, but I do hope that it gives you ideas and inspiration. If you haven’t told me before, I’d love for you to leave a comment and tell me […] The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan 6-28-14 appeared first on The Glu...

Thinking About the Gluten Free Craze

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In 2008, I wrote a series of articles suggesting that it was probably OK to start a gluten free diet without the "blood test and biopsy process" that led to a diagnosis of celiac disease. Was it worth the trouble, expense,  and effort? Few people had heard the term celiac disease. Gluten free food was terribly […]

More Fun at the Fair | Triumph Dining

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On June 3 we posted  about trying to enjoy a summer fair or carnival while eating gluten free. I listed all of the fried and breaded foods I found at the fair and decided to eat before I left or once I got home. Thanks to our great readers I now have some ideas of […]Click to continue reading »

Allergen, Corn & Animal Free Finger Paint

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Every Friday, we take an idea from pinterest and make it, as written, simply subbing out Better Batter allergen free products for the allergen ingredients. This week we were inspired by this finger paint recipe. You can make the lil' guys that doesn't contain any allergens (including corn!) or animal products. You can even control [Read More...]...

Better Batter 67 days ago

Friday Favorite: Naked Edge Snack’s Veggie Go’s

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This week’s Friday Favorite is all about keeping things healthy… even when snacking. Let’s face it – snacking gets a bum-rap since it is synonymous with high-fat, high-calorie, and high-guilt foods. But all of you healthy-snackers out there can now rejoice thanks to Naked Edge Snacks. Gluten-free Naked Edge Snacks are like snacks of no

Be Free For Me Blog 67 days ago

Boonville Cider House | Triumph Dining Product Review

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From the owners of California’s Boonville Hotel comes one of the newest and hardest gluten-free cider brewers, Boonville Cider House. These folks have only been making cider since 2010, but have been doing it well enough to make a name for themselves in the emerging craft cider scene. Also making them stand out, Boonville Cider […]Click to co...

GFW: Best Gluten-Free White Bread, Fettucine Alfredo & Hail Merry Macaroon Knockoffs

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Welcome to Gluten-Free Wednesdays (GFW) once again! GFW is the weekly blog carnival event that I co-host with my friends Linda of The Gluten-Free Homemaker and Lynn of Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures. If you’re new to GFW, it is all about gluten-free food-related posts—recipes, menu planning, ingredient reviews, product reviews, gluten-free dining ...

Your favorite #glutenfree grab-n-go bar?

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I make my own granola bars. But tonight I ran out of gluten free oats. So what did I do? I stirred in come cooked quinoa to my peanut butter/maple syrup slurry. The result? Well… this (as it sits between parchment paper in the refrigerator): I added a couple handfuls of chocolate chips to try […]

GFW: Gluten Free Bread, Blueberry Coffee Cake, & Grain Free Rhubarb Crumble

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Welcome to another week of sharing great gluten-free eating recipes and ideas. Before we get started I have a few things that might interest you. If you have celiac disease, and in particular if you have problems with ongoing symptoms, it would be worth looking into the CeliAction Study. If you live near an ALDI, […] The post GFW: Gluten Free...

Udi’s Bread Clone (high fiber)

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If you are looking for a soft, bendy sandwich bread that is easy to work with, easy to shape, and lovely when cooked, this is the bread for you! Celulose is commonly used in commercial breads  as a hydrocolloid (like xanthan gum) to help gluten free dough be easier to handle (less sticky) and easier [Read More...]

Better Batter 70 days ago

Slow Cooker Yeast Bread

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When I first heard about this method for cooking bread from Stephanie O'Dea's blog,it was literally a ‘mind-blown' moment – imagine being able to cook bread without any rise-wait-punch down- wait-rise-wait-cook nonsense. A method for bread that just about babysits itself without calling for my arch-nemesis, the bread machine? I was in, ...

Better Batter 70 days ago

Must Try Pizza | Triumph Dining Review

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I’ve tried a lot of gluten free pizzas. I’m pretty sure all of you have too. Some just aren’t worth the calories, I’d rather bring make my own or eat a salad. You’re with me, right? Hands down the best gluten free pizza near my house is at Father and Son Italian Kitchen in Skokie, […]Click to continue reading »

A Bountiful Bread Basket, Gluten-Free Bread Recipes, Part 5: Top 30+ Best Hamburger and Hot Dog Roll Recipes

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It’s time for A Bountiful Bread Basket, Gluten-Free Bread Recipes, Part 5: Top 30 Best Gluten-Free Hamburger and Hot Dog Rolls. Yep, as we celebrate the official arrival of summer and all its associated cookout opportunities—including the upcoming 4th of July celebration for all of us in the U.S.—here are 30+ of the best gluten-free ham...

Independence Day Gluten Free

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Add sparkle to your Fourth of July barbecue. There are unique choices and Hopefully, the meal is unique and colorful enough that one menu will satisfy everyone. This article features recipes for gluten free potato salad, gluten free pasta salad, and a gluten free parfait. The food involved is all three cases is red, white, […]

Southwest Salmon Caesar Salad

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The weather is heating up in earnest in many parts of the country, and we are all looking for recipes that don't require heating up the kitchen for an extended period of time. This recipe is quick, delicious, and requires only a few minutes to go from pan to plate. Our recipe is scaled to [Read More...]

Better Batter 71 days ago

Southwest Croutons

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Looking for something different to put on your salads? These croutons, with the smoky, rich flavors of the American Southwest, are sure to wake your taste buds up! Add corn, beans, and some queso fresco for a cool summer meal. 1 loaf of any of our bread recipes or your favorite commercial loaf, cut into [Read More...]

Better Batter 71 days ago

Arugula Salad

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This arugula salad is simple, healthy, and delicious—three things that I love about most salads. In fact, salads tend to be so simple that I don’t post recipes for them, but sometimes we need to be reminded to add foods to our salads that we might not normally eat, such as beets. If fresh beets […] The post Arugula Salad appeared first on The...

Simple Strawberry Vinaigrette Recipe

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We've been picking strawberries lately. A lot of strawberries. Organic of course. Perfectly sweet, juicy, and ripe. So naturally, we've been eating a lot of strawberries, they way fresh strawberries ought to be eaten….not shipped halfway across the county in little plastic cartons grown in massive mono-cropped fields. These berries were gro...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan 6-21-14

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It was a hot week here in Maryland. Only one recipe in this gluten-free menu plan uses the oven, and if it’s too hot you can always opt to grill. This menu is all gluten-free, but since I am also dairy and grain free, I provide suggestions for eating that way. This week’s menu is […] The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan 6-21-14 appeared first on Th...

Smashburger | Triumph Dining Review

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Good news burger fans! Smashburger will start offered Udi’s buns at its restaurants and has trained in employees in the art of preparing gluten-free food. The fast-casual chain has announced a partnership with Udi’s Gluten Free, which may mean Smashburger may get a few more gluten-free items in the near future. “Practicing a gluten-free diet [̷...

Hardee’s Jim Beam Burger Clone

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Around 2013, Hardee's created and advertised a burger which combined Jim Beam barbeque sauce, pepper jack cheese, and bacon, for a smoky, spicy, bootlegging variation of their famous thickburger. Unfortunately, it's no longer available, from what we can see, and would be out of our gluten-free range, anyway if it were. So we decided to [Read More.....

Better Batter 74 days ago

Pig is leaving the Kitchen (at least for now)

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Hasta luego my lovelies, I grant you licence to drink champagne in my absenceBecause I'm such a sporadic allergy food blogger, you might think that me deciding to stop blogging will make very little difference.Ah but you are wrong. It will make a huge difference.To me that is.I will no longer be carrying on with my life thinking 'shitshitshitshitsh...

Pig in the Kitchen 74 days ago

Porter Road Butcher – Charlotte Ave.

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Awesome butcher in Nashville using locally sourced products and no gluten ingredients.     The post Porter Road Butcher – Charlotte Ave. appeared first on Gluten Free Geek.

Gluten Free Nashville 74 days ago

Porter Road Butcher

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Awesome locally sourced butcher that provides great meats and sausages without any gluten ingredients or… The post Porter Road Butcher appeared first on Gluten Free Geek.

Gluten Free Nashville 74 days ago

ALDI Summer Deals and $50 Gift Certificate Giveaway

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I’ve shared with you before that I like shopping at ALDI and saving money on my groceries. Now ALDI summer deals can help you save on summer eats and fun. You can view their summer catalog online at www.aldi.us. They have more than 130 seasonal items  including a wide selection of Fresh USDA Choice meats, award-winning […] The post ALDI Summe...

Hardee’s Sausage Biscuit Clone

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Hardee's is famous for their ‘from scratch each morning' biscuits, and we were looking to replicate our fond college memories of eating sausage biscuits while cramming for exams without having to actually do all the work that we imagined might be required of making biscuits from – you know, *scratch*. Our quick Hardees Biscuit Clone [Re...

Better Batter 76 days ago

Gluten-Free Wednesdays ~ 6-18-14

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Here we are together for Gluten-Free Wednesdays (GFW) again. GFW is the weekly blog carnival event that I co-host with my friends Linda of The Gluten-Free Homemaker and Lynn of Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures. If you’re new to GFW, our event is focused on gluten-free food-related posts—recipes, menu planning, ingredient reviews, product reviews, gl...

Visiting a Gluten Free Restaurant

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Finding the ideal restaurant is never an easy task, especially for celiacs and others who live gluten free. Like everyone else, we are looking for a great meal and a wonderful experience, but  we are searching for a great meal prepared very specific way. My last article dealt with the judging a restaurant chain — now we must […]

Gluten-Free Wednesdays 6-18-14

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It’s Wednesday again and time for our weekly gluten-free carnival.  This is a great place to find recipes and ideas for breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and snacks. I love the variety of recipes each week, and there are always many that meet other dietary restrictions such as dairy free and grain free. This carnival is […] The post Gluten-F...

Win-It-Wednesday: Vibrant Food Cookbook by Kimberley Hasselbrink

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Yes! It is time for a new WIN-It-Wednesday and we are on a roll with another fabulous cookbook giveaway! This Win-It-Wednesday sponsor is the Vibrant Food Cookbook by Kimberley Hasselbrink… a cookbook that celebrates the ingredients, recipes and colors of each season. Being the start of the summertime season, my first instinct was to page

Be Free For Me Blog 76 days ago

Using a Gluten Free Menu

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People who love gluten free use menus for two purposes — deciding what items to order and — perhaps more importantly — what to AVOID  ordering.For example, people who live gluten free know that our deep-fried food must be prepared in dedicated fryers, utensils that are not used for wheat-based items. If these dedicated fryers are ...

It’s 5am. What to eat? | Triumph Dining

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It’s 5:00am and you have to get your kid to swim practice or hockey practice or a track meet or some other off-season conditioning for you-name-the-activity. You grab your coffee and run through the drive through for food on your way, right? No. It’s not necessarily so easy if you have kids with special diets. […]Click to continue reading ...

Four-Ingredient Taco Seasoning—That You Don’t Make Ahead—for Easy and Tasty Tacos

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There are two recipes that I make at the drop of a hat from what’s in my pantry. They always please us and also provide leftovers or extras for company. These recipes are tacos and Sloppy Joe’s (see my unprocessed version of the latter here). I know that everyone is pretty familiar with making tacos. […](Visit my blog for the full post, compl...

CeliAction Study ~ Call for Participants

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Today’s post is sponsored and written by CeliAction. I am sharing it for informational purposes. I will not respond personally to any questions or comments. Instead, a CeliAction representative will respond to all questions in the comment section. National study to help advance celiac disease research The CeliAction Study is a clinical research stu...

Chambelland Boulangerie – Gluten Free in Paris | Triumph Dining

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In the 11th arrondissement of Paris is one of the newest editions to gluten-free bakeries of Europe, Chambelland Boulangerie. The bakery obtains the flour for their shaped breads from a dedicated gluten-free mill in the south of France. After the grains are delivered, the baker uses molds to shape the buckwheat, rice, rye, and other […]Click ...

Dijon Vinaigrette Recipe

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Making my own salad dressing is one of those things that I always think takes more time than it actually does. This Dijon vinaigrette recipe is quick and easy because it uses only six ingredients, including salt and pepper, and you could even leave those out, along with the honey if you wanted to. Of […] The post Dijon Vinaigrette Recipe appe...

Three Ingredient Hardee’s Biscuit Clone

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Hardee's is famous for their ‘from scratch each morning' biscuits, and we were looking to replicate our fond college memories of eating sausage biscuits while cramming for exams without having to actually do all the work that we imagined might be required of making biscuits from – you know, *scratch*. We discovered that our parchment [R...

Better Batter 78 days ago
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