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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 hot fudge pie

Gluten Free Hot Fudge Pie

This gluten free hot fudge pie is easy to whip up—and absolutely delicious! Serve it warm with a whipped topping or your favorite vanilla ice cream or frozen dessert.
Gluten free German chocolate cake

Gluten Free German Chocolate Cake

This classic gluten free German chocolate cake with Coconut-Pecan Frosting is credited to a Texas homemaker who used Sam German’s sweet baking chocolate, still made today by Baker’s Chocolate Company.
gluten-free soft pretzel

Gluten-Free Soft Pretzels

These gluten-free pretzels taste just like those sold at the ballpark and the mall. You can shape the dough into pretzel bites and even buns. Don’t skip the baking soda bath; it creates an authentic texture and hue. These taste best when eaten the same day.
gluten free swedish meatball recipe

Gluten Free Swedish Meatballs

A perfect comfort dish for dreary winter days, Swedish Meatballs are traditionally made with ground pork and smothered in rich cream-laden gravy. This low-fat version reduces the calories but not the flavor. Turkey plays a starring role in the meatballs and a small amount of half-and-half and plain yogurt replace heavy cream in the sauce. Choose dark meat ground turkey for the most flavor.
gluten free meatballs and zoodles

Gluten Free Meatballs and Zoodles with Tomatoes

Spiralized zucchini replaces carb-laden gluten-free noodles and fresh grape tomatoes replace marinara sauce for a healthy meal that’s lower in carbs and higher in fiber and nutrients. Make Classic Italian Meatballs using ground turkey for less fat and fewer calories. To save time, buy zucchini noodles in the produce section of your supermarket. Use thicker-cut noodles to help prevent them from overcooking.
Italian gluten free meatballs

Classic Italian Gluten Free Meatballs

Baking gluten free meatballs in a hot oven saves lots of time and mess. It also makes them crispy on the outside. To keep them moist, add chicken or beef broth to the pan before baking; remove them from the liquid after baking so they don’t get soggy. For a leaner version, replace the ground beef with ground dark meat turkey. This recipe can be made egg-free; see instructions.

Health and Lifestyle

La Havana city, Cuba

Searching for Toilet Paper in Cuba

Having no Spanish beyond por favor and gracias, I carefully made flashcards before my trip to Cuba to cover situations I knew I would encounter — “No wheat. No barley. No rye.” “Where is the bathroom?” “How much does it cost?” and so forth. Thank you, Google Translate. I used the cards frequently, fumbling with my pronunciation based on decades-old Spanish lessons with a lot of poorly remembered French tossed into the mix. Usually it worked okay. I stumbled and mumbled; my Cuban hosts scratched their heads, smiled and nodded.

Blog

Spoonfuls Smoothie

Who Blended It Best? Spoonfuls Smoothie Recipes!

Gluten Free & More magazine recently partnered with Solgar to promote their newest plant-based protein powder - Spoonfuls! This vegan, gluten-free, non-GMO protein powder...

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