Cheerios Recall
An "isolated incident" forces General Mills to recall multiple varieties of Cheerios.
Cheerios Recall Cheerios Recall An "isolated incident" forces General Mills to recall multiple varieties of Cheerios.
Photography by Tim Horel Gluten-Free Baguette This recipe makes a delicious thin and crispy French loaf that’s about 10 to 12 inches long.
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  • Stuffed French Toast, Gluten-Free


    This not-too-sweet French toast will make any breakfast feel like it’s a holiday. You can prepare it a day ahead and reheat just before eating. This recipe can be made with egg replacement.

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  • Gluten-Free Mighty Good Beef & Black Bean Chili


    Chili prepared with smoky spices and all the toppings is always a hit. Chocolate is the surprise ingredient, infusing a warm mole flavor. You can substitute an equal amount of turkey for the beef if you like. To make meatless chili, add your choice of

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  • Gluten-Free Harvest Cupcakes

    Celiac/Gluten Free

    These gluten-free cupcakes contain a dose of good-for-you ingredients. Enjoy them frosted as a Halloween treat or skip the frosting and eat them as breakfast muffins. The eggs cannot be replaced in this recipe.

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  • Gluten-Free Boule


    After tasting this classic round French loaf, you’ll never buy gluten-free bread in the supermarket again. Include the optional sugar for a deeper, richer-colored crust. If you have a stand mixer, use it; machine-mixed dough makes a lighter, higher loaf.

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  • Gluten-Free Halloween Guide

    Halloween is one of my favorite times of year. My kids love choosing costumes, making crafts and enjoying all kinds of yummy treats. The fact that they can’t eat gluten and dairy doesn’t make Halloween a bit scary. They not only survive Halloween, they thrive! Treats are a big part of Halloween. The recipes on the below contain real-food ingredients and are low in sugar, perfect for kids of all ages.

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    Fast-Track Celiac

    The appeal of NASCAR racing is the squeal of tires, bumper-to-bumper battles and speeds of up to 200 miles an hour. This fast-action sport isn’t usually linked with gluten-free living. Now racecar driver Parker Kligerman and the Gluten Intolerance Group want to change that. They’re recruiting sponsors for a gluten-free awareness car that would showcase gluten-free foods and the benefits of living gluten-free. They want to spread awareness of celiac disease and gluten sensitivity to 75 million NASCAR fans, putting celiac on the fast track.

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    Cheerios Recall

    Posted October 5, 2015

    Attention! There has been a voluntary recall of Cheerios (multiple varieties) produced in July in one of General Mills' facilities in Lodi, Calif. The manufacturer conducted the recall because...

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    No Gluten? No Big Deal

    Posted September 27, 2015

    A high school sophomore shows the way when it comes to following a gluten-free diet. Her example reminds us to keep an even keel and communicate clearly about what a gluten-free diet involves, and...

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