Enjoy Life Plentils: Crunchy Lentil Chips

By | Feb 27, 2015

I can’t get enough of lentils. Lentil soup is one of my favorite dishes and I have been trying for years to mimic my mother’s recipe. My version isn’t quite the same as hers, but I’m getting close! My point? Any lentil based food is right up my alley. So, it should come as no […]

Taste Guru: Enjoy Gluten-Free

By | Feb 27, 2015

We have all probably shared this experience at one point or another: You go to the store and find a new product that you’re excited to try because it looks oh-so-good on the box. You go home, try it out and are disappointed to find you don’t like the product at all. It can be […]

Gluten-Free in London, an eBook from Gluten-Free Travel Site

By | Feb 4, 2015

I have had the pleasure of working with Karen Broussard of Gluten-Free Travel Site for almost three years. I’m always happy to share the resources from her site as they are super helpful when it comes to eating gluten-free away from home. From a comprehensive website to phone apps, Gluten-Free Travel Site does a great […]

Blog Tour & Giveaway: The Allergy-Free Cook Makes Pies and Desserts by Laurie Sadowski

By | Jan 6, 2015

I had the pleasure of working with cookbook author Laurie Sadowski a few months back.  Along with Sarah Norris of Gluten-Free & Dairy-Free in Walt Disney World, Laurie was planning the Food Allergy & Celiac Convention in (you guessed it!) Walt Disney World.  We hosted a Twitter chat with Sarah and Laurie, who we affectionately […]

The Good Bean: Bean Chips with Sweet Potato + Quinoa

By | Jan 6, 2015

If you follow this blog, you’re probably seeing a trend in the types of products we’re receiving to try out for reviews. Beans! We’ve gotten so many snack products made from beans and I can’t help but wonder if this is the next trend in gluten-free products (or, perhaps it has been a trend that […]

Ian’s Gluten-Free Artisan Cut Italian Style Croutons

By | Jan 5, 2015

I feel like this happens to me all the time: I receive a gluten-free product to try for the blog, something in the nut or cracker family, and I immediately think, “Oh, this could be a good crouton substitute.” But I never get to try actual gluten-free croutons. Until Ian’s Gluten-Free Artisan Cut Italian Style […]

Dr. Lucy’s Seasonal Gluten-Free Cookies

By | Dec 3, 2014

Cutting some corners here and there can make all the difference during the holiday when it comes to being frustrated or being festive. Translation? It’s ok to buy the pre-packaged gluten-free cookies – especially when they’re from Dr. Lucy. Lucy’s cookies are gluten-free and great for those who have food allergies or intolerances in addition […]

The Good Bean Chickpea Snacks

By | Dec 3, 2014

I think it’s a rarity to find a crunchy snack with a hint of saltiness that you don’t feel guilty about eating, but that’s exactly how I feel about The Good Bean’s Chickpea Snacks.  They are crunchy, tasty and quite versatile. We had a few bags of these snacks around at the National Foundation for […]

Foster Farms Gluten-Free Corn Dogs

By | Dec 3, 2014

By Mary Buhring, National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) Office Manager When a box of gluten-free corn dogs from Foster Farms showed up at the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA), I knew my three sons would be more than willing to give them a try.  A mother’s instinct is never wrong – they loved […]

Stubb’s Bar-B-Q Slider All Natural Cooking Sauce

By | Nov 5, 2014

Stubb’s Bar-B-Q Slider All Natural Cooking Sauce is my new favorite thing. Seriously, if you’re a barbecue-meat-lover, you have got to try this cooking sauce. I’m normally not into barbecue sauce. I’m more of a honey mustard kind of girl. Stubb’s, though, takes barbecue sauce to another level. You can use the product either in […]

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