Paleo Chocolate Fruit & Nut Bites
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Jules Shepard Southern Potato Salad This Southern spin on the traditional includes yellow mustard and apple cider vinegar for a slight tang, enhanced by a dollop of crunchy sweet relish.
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  • Gluten-Free Cherry Pie Pops

    Dessert

    It’s hard to beat homemade cherry pie but slices can be messy on a picnic. These pie pops combine a light, flaky gluten-free crust with a homemade cherry filling for the ultimate portable treat. This recipe can make mini hand pies, too. Just omit the popsicle sticks.

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  • keto turkey burgers

    Meals

    Turkey burgers are a family staple in my house for summer evenings. Using collard greens as a wrap solves the age-old question—to bun or not to bun. Adding veggies and capers is a nod to the Mediterranean diet and boosts the flavor. No need to add salt, as capers are briny...

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  • Gluten-Free Granola Yogurt Cups

    Dessert

    This whimsical play on yogurt and granola makes a sweet ending to an outdoor meal. To keep the granola base from turning soft, add yogurt to the cups shortly before heading out the door.

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  • GF Vegan Chocolate Energy Bites

    Dessert

    Loaded with protein and healthy fats, these nutritious and delicious bites make a perfect lunchtime treat. They’re gluten-free, dairy-free and refined sugar-free. Store these treats in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 4 days.

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  • Epinephrine Options

    North Carolina resident Elizabeth Powell stood at the pharmacy counter, ready to buy the EpiPens her son needed for his multiple food allergies. She’d done this many times since the boy had his first anaphylactic reaction to peanuts ten years ago. Each time she would buy two EpiPen 2-Paks, ensuring he had one set at home and another when he was out and about.

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    Food Allergies in the Classroom

    I’m not a food-allergy expert but I play one in my classroom. Like most teachers, I’ve seen an increase in the number of students who have severe food allergies. I don’t know why food-allergy rates are rising, but I do know that it means classrooms and schools are implementing new protocols to ensure the safety of their students. It also means that as an elementary school teacher, I’ve embraced the responsibility of following particular practices to make kids—and their parents—feel safe and ready to learn.

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    Back to School Twitter Party 2018 #GFAMBTS

    Posted August 18, 2018

    Gluten Free & More magazine is hosting a gluten-free BACK TO SCHOOL Twitter Party. Join us on Twitter on Tuesday August 21st at 5pm PT/8pm ET, as we chat about going back-to-school as a gluten-free...

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    Is That Gluten On My Plate?

    Posted August 16, 2018

    When we got there, the sun was setting. A lovely breeze floated in off the hills. Servers were passing hors d’oeuvres and I eagerly told the first person who waved a tray of canapes in my...

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