Going Gluten Free

So Delicious Cashew Chai Latte Oatmeal Recipe

Posted by Holly Yzquierdo on January 26, 2016

The Cashew Chai Latte Oatmeal is the most elegant oatmeal I’ve ever tasted – lots of sophisticated flavors like chai, cardamom and cashews. But, it’s still very easy to make. Our whole family loves deep chai flavor combined with the banana and toasted coconut. It really has something for everyone – especially someone who recently acquired a new taste for cashews.

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A Daughter's Kiss, a Rash, and an Idea: Gluten-Free, Allergen-Free Beauty Products

Posted by C.J. Williams on January 25, 2016

Here’s the story of why Jennifer Kurko launched a product line of gluten-free, allergen-free lipstick, lip balm, eye shadow, and other bath and beauty products.

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5 Tips to Taking Lunch, Gluten-Free Style

Posted by Cindy Gordon on January 15, 2016

I think we may need to rethink the whole “breakfast is the most important meal of the day” line of thinking. After skipping a lunch or few in my life, I really believe that lunch should hold the honors of the most important meal of the day. You probably know the feeling, skipping lunch or having a hard time finding space in a fully booked 9-to-5 grind. You need to make time for this meal…

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On the Hunt for Perfect Gluten-Free Breads and Desserts?

Posted by By C.J. Williams on January 9, 2016

Our blogger discovered a new source for great-tasting cupcakes, sweet treats, and breads—all of it gluten-free, dairy free, and peanut-free. Meet Bob Goodman, founder and CEO of Goodman Food Products. Goodman never realized “how difficult it was in the celiac and dairy-free community to get a good bread product or dessert.” And then a close friend who happens to be a gastroenterologist told him about that need—and how patients with celiac disease regularly complained about the lack of normal-tasting breads and desserts.

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Kid Friendly Gluten-Free Desserts

Posted by Cindy Gordon on December 31, 2015

Cindy Gordon is the owner and author of Vegetarian Mamma and is a foodie who loves to blog about gluten-free vegetarian/vegan recipes. Her family also focuses on foods that are peanut-, tree nut-, dairy-, and gluten-free. They're dedicated to finding/creating recipes and products that fit their allergy needs. Cindy resides in Ohio with her husband and two boys (born in 2007 and 2010). She enjoys spending time with her family, the outdoors, gardening, wine and cooking! Connect with…

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Gluten-Free New Year’s Resolutions

Posted by Erica Dermer on December 21, 2015

It’s only a few more days until the New Year and we welcome in 2016. Have you made your New Year’s Resolutions yet? If not, don’t worry – I can help you make your resolutions right now. Here are some resolutions that gluten-free people can make 2016 a healthier and happier New Year!

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New Year New You: Gluten Free

Posted by Erica Dermer on December 20, 2015

New Year resolutions are top of mind to many today. Will you pledge to lose those last 10 lbs.? Do you swear that you won’t leave 2016 Christmas shopping until December 24th this year…again? If you’re here on GlutenFreeandMore.com, chances are your life is about living with celiac disease, non-celiac gluten sensitivity, or food allergies and intolerances. Instead of worrying about silly resolutions this year, let’s get serious about your health instead.

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“Homemade Is From the Heart”:
Gluten-Free Gifts for Any Foodie

Posted by Jules Shepard on December 13, 2015

Still shopping for the perfect present for your food-sensitive friends and family members? Jules Shepard has some gluten-free gift ideas that might just do the trick.

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Late-Night Gluten-Free Snacks for Kids

Chrystal Carver is author of Sweet & Simple Gluten-Free Baking; Irresistible Classics in 10 ingredients or Less!” She's also the recipe developer and writer behind glutenfreepalate.com. She comes from a family with a history of cooking and baking, and has been an avid baker since she was very young. Carver started developing gluten-free recipes in 2009 when her daughters both tested positive for non-celiac gluten intolerance (NCGI). She believes that baking gluten-free should not require extravagant ingredients or complicated…

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5 Ways Your Gluten-Free Child Can Self-Advocate

Posted by Cindy Gordon on December 9, 2015

Sometimes being a child is hard. Being a child who lives with celiac disease, a food allergy, or a food intolerance can make life even harder. The goal of true self-advocacy is understanding your own needs and being able to communicate them to others.

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