Ingredients

Rainbow Swirl Cupcake frosting

How to Make Rainbow Swirl Cupcake Frosting

Divide the frosting into 4 to 6 equal portions, depending on how many colors you want in your Rainbow Swirl Frosting and place them into separate medium-size bowls.
gluten free vegan cookie platter

Help! How Do I Make Vegan Gluten-Free Holiday Sweets?

These days, it’s easier than ever to find vegan gluten-free holiday recipes and mixes. You can also transform some of your family-favorite desserts into plant-based treats.
gluten free roll-out sugar cookies

Decorating Gluten-Free Christmas Cookies

Imagine your gluten-free Christmas cookies as a blank canvas and unleash your inner artist! Color your icing in festive shades. Dip your cookies in melted dark or white chocolate. Garnish them with crushed peppermint candy. Dust them with brightly hued sprinkles and sanding sugars. These decorating tips, along with just a little creativity, will turn your cookies into showstoppers.
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5 Things to Say When Ordering Gluten-Free

Although I’ve been gluten-free for over eight years, dining out safely can still be a challenge for me. Ask anyone with celiac disease and they’ll likely say the same.
ColorKitchen green dye

Natural Food Dyes

ColorKitchen’s natural food dyes and naturally hued sprinkles are gluten-free and perfect for decorating your baked goods.
allergic to wine

Do I Have a Beer Allergy or Wine Allergy?

Though anaphylaxis is rare (alcohol accounts for only a small percentage of the United States' 150 annual food-related anaphylaxis fatalities), allergic reactions to wine and beer are relatively common. The causes of these reactions range from sulfites to sturgeon swim bladders. A single bottle of beer, for example, can contain more than 10 allergens, including preservatives, histamines, animal products, pesticides, wheat, yeast and corn. Why are these allergens added and what symptoms do they cause?
gluten free thanksgiving recipes

Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Dishes: 2018

Tasty gluten-free Thanksgiving recipes exist in abundance. That's why Gluten Free & More is here to help you plan and prepare your gluten-free Thanksgiving meal in its entirety.

Gluten-Free Halloween Hacks

Are you haunted by thoughts of Halloween and trick-or-treat? This candy-saturated holiday can spook anyone who has a child with food allergies or celiac disease. There’s no perfect recipe for eliminating all risks but reasonable caution coupled with good information and proper preparation can make this holiday a lot less scary. We asked some seasoned and savvy food-allergy moms for their advice.
holiday cookie baking with kids

Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Holiday Cookie Baking

These gluten-free festive cookies are simple to make, contain no wheat or dairy and can be made egg free. That doesn’t mean good taste has been compromised. Here are delicious recipes that are guaranteed to please.
nightshade vegetables

No More Nightshades!

Some researchers believe that consumption of nightshades - a family of plants that includes white potatoes, tomatoes, peppers and eggplant - contributes to arthritis symptoms in certain sensitive people. If you’ve stricken these plants from your diet because your joints get achy when you ingest them, chances are you’ve been missing the standard "comfort foods" you once enjoyed, like mashed potatoes, tomato sauce and French fries. You may get wistful just thinking about all those tomato-rich Italian and Mexican dishes you used to down.

Letting go of beloved foods can be a challenge, but help is on the way! These recipes bring back the good old days of dining. Cozy comfort and tons of taste - without the nightshades! No gluten or dairy either.

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FNCE presentation with Tricia Thompson from Gluten Free Watchdog

Regulatory Runaround: Does the Gluten Free Label Really Protect the Public?

Author Jules Shepard recently attended the FNCE – Food and Nutrition Conference & Expo 2018 in Washington DC and attended an important session about...

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