Casein/Dairy-Free

Easy Lunchbox Treats

It’s back-to-school time, which means it’s time for planning allergy-friendly lunchbox options for the kiddos. Lessen the stress with easy kid-friendly recipes like these tasty, healthy snacks. They use simple, nutrient-rich ingredients to pack in healthy fats and proteins. Ready in a snap, they’ll help keep your little ones full and well-fueled all day long.

Paleo Farm to Fork Meals

The paleo diet and the keto diet aren’t supposed to be all meat, butter and eggs. To maximize nutrition, protein should be balanced with plenty of non-starchy vegetables. Filling your plate with colorful vegetables and healthy fats leads the way to good health.

Easy Gluten-Free Asian Recipes

I have a romance with Asian food. I crave Thai dishes with bright citrus flavors, savory spices and fresh crisp vegetables. When I go out with friends who can order anything off the menu, I have to admit, I’m jealous. Although many Asian restaurants try, they often have a hard time guaranteeing a gluten-free menu without eliminating some of the best dishes. So it’s back to my kitchen.

Pack It Up!

With flip-flop season in full swing, it’s officially eat-outside season. So head to the park, the hiking trail or the beach with a picnic basket and blanket and enjoy a tasty meal with friends and family. This delicious menu is easy to prepare ahead and it travels well. It’s guaranteed to make picnicking a highlight of your summer. P.S. Don’t forget the sunscreen.

The Best Gluten-Free Ice Cream

Here’s the scoop. We taste-tested at least 30 different ice cream alternatives and these brands completely won us over. A bonus: They’re readily available in most grocery stores.

Don’t Miss This! New GF Products for August and September 2018

Vegan “cheese” bars from Go Veggie are delicious little bites of plant-based cheese. They pair perfectly with gluten-free crackers, pretzels or fruit slices. Don’t miss the Vegan White Cheddar with Meatless Bacon - yum! These gluten-free snacks are free from the top 8 allergens and Non-GMO Project Verified.

Help! There’s a GF Vegan in My House: Grilling Edition

If someone in your household has decided to adopt a plant-based diet, we’re here to help with tips and recipe ideas, like these tasty grilled kebabs. Served with an easy herbed quinoa pilaf, kebabs provide the family cook with enough flexibility to deliciously accommodate everyone’s dietary needs. It’s easy to prepare these veggie kebabs for your vegan, along with any other type of kebabs, whether poultry, seafood, beef, pork, tofu or tempeh, for the rest of the family. And everyone enjoys a delicious, well-balanced meal without doubling your workload.

Research Roundup: June/July 2018

Why are milk-allergic kids at risk for growth problems? Dairy constitutes a large part of the American diet, contributing calories and nutrients. In addition, children with milk allergy are more likely to have eczema and asthma, which may contribute negatively to growth rates, Keet noted, adding that additional study is needed. In the meantime, pediatricians and allergists should advise their patients about eating a healthy, nutrient-dense diet and monitor their growth over time.

Gluten-Free Chocolate Celebration Cupcakes

My favorite Julia Child quote is, “A party without cake is just a meeting.” Whether you’re celebrating Gluten Free & More’s 20th anniversary (as we are) or your own special event, how better than with cupcakes? After all, a cupcake is simply a mini cake in a convenient, self-serve package. The number one seller at my bakery is and always has been a chocolate cupcake. Here’s the winning recipe, along with ways to dress it up and make cupcakes the hit of your next celebration.

Healthy Homemade Gluten-Free Snack Bars

With the wide variety of gluten-free, allergy-friendly snack bars available these days, why bother making your own? The answer is that fresh homemade bars are easy, delicious and budget-friendly. Plus, homemade is a great way to control ingredients. You decide how much sweetener to add. You pick the kind of dried fruit you like. The amount of fiber (think flax meal, oats, coconut and nuts) is in your hands. If you’re allergic to nuts, you can use sunflower seeds and sunflower butter instead. And you can pack extra protein into your bars, making them a healthy, filling snack or in a pinch, a grab-and-go meal.

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