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Gluten Free & More has the answers, the support, the food and recipes to let you enjoy a healthy and meaningful life. The leading magazine and website for people living with food allergies, Gluten Free & More features delicious recipes, diet advice and invaluable medical information.

Recipes

gluten free blondies

Gluten Free Blondies

These moist, chewy gluten free blondies lack nothing in flavor, despite the absence of chocolate.
gluten free brownie

Classic Gluten Free Brownies

This rich, fudgy gluten free brownie delivers the best attributes of classic brownies.
gluten free huevos rancheros

Gluten Free Huevos Rancheros Filling

For a winning combo, pair this gluten free huevos rancheros recipe with Rice Flour Tortillas.
rice flour tortillas

Rice Flour Tortillas

These delicate rice flour tortillas can be rolled into wraps or used as flat tortillas.
greek grilled chicken salad

GF Chopped Greek Chicken Filling

This chopped Greek chicken recipe makes enough to fill 8 wraps.
gluten free naan

Gluten Free Naan-Style Flatbread

Reminiscent of naan (wheat-filled Indian flatbread), this recipe makes delicious, pliable wraps.

Health and Lifestyle

BFree gluten free Wrap

Best Gluten Free Wraps

We tested and tasted over 20 gluten free wraps and tortillas and found our favorites. Tortillas are traditionally used to make Mexican classics like quesadillas, fajitas and burritos.

Blog

Pesto Potato Salad

Vegan Pesto Potato Salad

  Help! There’s a Vegan in My House! Keep everyone in your house happy and well fed with this delicious recipe. Potato salad gets an herbaceous makeover...
Celiac Disease and Cancer

Cancer & Celiac Disease

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"Oh, how I wish my doctors had told me about the psycho-social impact of celiac disease—social isolation, anxiety, depression. People stop inviting you to potlucks, lunch with friends, dinner celebrations and neighborhood gatherings because they don’t know how to deal with your dietary issues. Gluten Free and More helps me deal with these issues. But it really takes internal fortitude to push through the isolation and step out the front door."
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