Butterfly Bakery Gluten-Free Cookies and Muffins

By | Aug 31, 2012

NFCA volunteer Laura Hanley of G-Free Laura submitted this review of Butterfly Bakery’s Gluten-Free Cookies and Muffins. I’ve had quite a few gluten-free cookies in my day and have dealt with several issues associated with them – too crumbly, weird aftertaste, unnecessarily thin, too crunchy, and just plain old cardboard-tasting. In the beginning of my […]

Rudi’s Gluten-Free Tortillas

By | Aug 22, 2012

When I caught wind that Rudi’s Gluten-Free Bakery was developing a new product to launch in time for back-to-school, I wondered what it could be. They already had bread, pizza crusts, hamburger buns, and hot dog rolls covered. What would possibly be next? Ah, tortillas. As a lover of all things wrapped, I should have […]

Luna’s Gluten-Free Protein Bars

By | Aug 22, 2012

After a long day at work I squeeze in every minute I can afford with my family.  Because I know a healthy lifestyle is essential to maintaining my hectic schedule I do my best to exercise and to eat a healthy diet. Unfortunately when time is short it is often hard to fit in a […]

KIND Gluten-Free Snack Bars

By | Aug 17, 2012

At a recent staff meeting, Kristin, NFCA’s Healthcare Relations Manager, brought in a shipment of KIND Bars, so we figured what better time for all of us to give them a try. The bars were a big hit with the NFCA ladies.  We each tried one of the bars, some of us two (i.e., me).  […]

Gluten-Free Lunches: Blue Diamond Nut Thins and Baked Nut Chips

By | Aug 13, 2012

Blue Diamond has been a longtime supporter of the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness. The company sponsors a Gluten-Free Recipe Box on CeliacCentral.org and is one of our sponsors for Appetite for Awareness 2012 in Philadelphia. I’ve reviewed Blue Diamond’s gluten-free products before, but with the school year starting I got to thinking of ways […]

Grandpa’s Gourmet Gluten-Free Chicken Encrusting

By | Aug 11, 2012

There are many gluten-free alternatives to bread crumbs – corn meal, crushed crackers, homemade bread crumbs from a gluten-free loaf. Typically, those options allow you to add in whatever seasonings you’d like, which is great when you’re feeling adventurous, but not when you’re pressed for time or creativity. Gourmet Gluten-Free Chicken Encrusting is a new […]

Wellaby’s Gluten-Free Snacks

By | Aug 10, 2012

NFCA volunteer Laura Hanley of G-Free Laura submitted the below review of Wellaby’s Gluten-Free Snacks. As a former Cheez-It lover, you can imagine how happy I was when an assortment of Wellaby’s gluten-free crackers showed up at my door. I instantly tore open the packaging, and got my taste buds ready to test out this […]

PJ’s All Natural Gluten-Free Beef Steak

By | Aug 8, 2012

I prefer easy-to-make meals, so when I saw the recipe for PJ’s Loaded Baked Potato had the word “microwave” in it, I thought I would give it a try. I actually discovered PJ’s Beef Steak through Twitter and they were kind enough to personally drop off samples – lots of samples.  Since I had so […]

Evol Gluten-Free Bowls

By | Aug 4, 2012

I’m a big fan of Burrito bowls. Mostly, because I get to enjoy all the big bold flavors of a burrito without wasting valuable calories on a tortilla. Additionally, ditching the tortilla is a great way to make a meal that would normally be unsafe for celiacs, deliciously gluten-free. So of course when I came […]

Edward & Sons Onion & Garlic Rice Snax

By | Aug 3, 2012

I had the chance to try out new Rice Snax from Edward & Sons this week.  They’re these great little thin crackers that are naturally gluten-free.  They come in a variety of flavors- Lightly Salted, Onion & Garlic, Salt & Vinegar, and Barbecue.  I tried the Onion & Garlic but, warning, don’t eat unless you […]

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