Gluten-Free Products from Betty Lou’s

By | Dec 17, 2012

A few weeks ago, I received a shipment of samples from Betty Lou’s, which focuses on making healthy, all natural gluten-free products that taste great. It was an interesting assortment of foods, and I was eager to give them a try. Here’s the rundown: Betty Lou’s Nut Butter Balls At first glance, this product looks […]

Crunchmaster Grammy Crisps and Cheezy Crisps

By | Nov 20, 2012

I am always impressed by how resourceful people can be with Crunchmaster gluten-free crackers. During our 2010 Holiday Dips and Dishes Contest, we had submissions like Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Muffins and Tex Mex Turkey Meatloaf. In 2011, our blogger friends whipped up Gluten-Free Stuffed Mushrooms and Cranberry Brie. This year, I’m excited to see what […]

Gluten-Free Shopping on Vitacost.com

By | Nov 13, 2012

This review was written by Jennifer North, Vice President of the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA). Check below to see how you can win a gluten-free giveaway from Vitacost this week! A few weeks ago, I took a day off. What I thought would be a quick little project turned into a full day […]

French Meadow Bakery Gluten-Free Pizza Crusts

By | Oct 29, 2012

Quick – What’s one of the best ways to get people excited about cooking? Make-Your-Own Pizza Night! It’s fun, creative and, thanks to innovations in the food industry, it can be totally gluten-free. Last night, I crafted a fresh, delicious and cheesy pie using French Meadow Bakery’s Gluten-Free Pizza Crusts. The company sent me a […]

Thai Kitchen Stir-Fry Noodles and Dessert Recipe

By | Oct 8, 2012

Last week, the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) launched two new Alternative Appetites videos. In the videos, our main man Dan Kohler cooks with Stir-Fry Noodles from Thai Kitchen. I’ve used the Stir-Fry Noodles at least four or five times before – Tip: Follow the cooking instructions on the package. Overcooking will make them […]

Mary’s Gone Crackers Pretzel Sticks

By | Sep 20, 2012

I am a stress snacker. So, with a few days left before Appetite for Awareness 2012, you can imagine that I’m searching for some serious crunch. Unfortunately, the bags of Mary’s Gone Crackers Gluten-Free Pretzel Sticks that we received a few weeks ago were polished off, well, a few weeks ago. For the past 10 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Almond Dream Yogurt: Gluten-Free and Non-Dairy

By | Jul 26, 2012

There’s almond milk and almond ice cream, so I shouldn’t have been surprised to hear of an almond-based yogurt. Yet, there I was, marveling over the new Almond Dream Yogurt that arrived at NFCA’s office. There’s really no dairy in this? At all? What about coconut milk? I wondered. (At least I was examining the […]

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