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.
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.
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.
With so many gluten free food bars on the market, you are sure to find your ideal bar. Certified gluten-free, vegan and nut-free? We found that. A peanut butter chocolate bar that’s dairy-free and packed with 20 grams of protein? We found that, too. Looking for a bar with just 1 gram of sugar? High-fiber? One that tastes like a birthday cake? Found it. One with caffeine for an extra boost? Grain-free? There’s a bar for that.
We taste-tested more than 100 bars from 30 different companies. The following bars are worth noting because they offer a unique flavor or some other interesting attribute. The allergy info listed below is representative of the whole line of bars. For specific product details (GF certification, price, nutrition per serving and more) on the “unique flavor” bar mentioned, see our chart.
Has someone in your household gone vegan? You’re not alone. Vegan and vegetarian lifestyles and food choices are trending among millennials. They’re eating more plant-based meals than any generation before them. What’s the gluten-free cook to do when there’s a vegan in the house? Arm yourself with delicious and nutritious recipes like this one. You can keep the whole family well fed without doubling the workload.
From kidney beans to kombu seaweed, Eden Foods offers more than 400 products—most are organic and more than 65 percent are gluten-free. The company has been a pioneer in many areas—all foods have been non-GMO since 1993 and beans have been sold in BPA-free cans since 1999.
Whole30 is a popular 30-day diet designed to eliminate inflammatory foods and help restore health. Co-created by Melissa Hartwig and outlined in The Whole30: The 30-Day Guide to Total Health and Food Freedom (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt), the diet permits only nutrient-dense foods—lots of vegetables, some fruit and moderate amounts of meat, seafood and eggs. It does not allow grains, added sugars (including alcohol), dairy, legumes, soy or emulsifiers like carrageenan.
From egg-free mayonnaise to certified gluten-free breads, one thing is clear about Follow Your Heart, the vegan and gluten-free food company headquartered in Southern California. No matter the product, the leaders of the company follow their passion to create foods that meet people’s needs.
All it takes is a trip to the grocery store to see that interest in the vegan lifestyle is growing strong. There are new vegan products showing up on supermarket shelves and in freezer cases almost every month. In homes all over the country, gluten-free households are facing the challenge of feeding everyone when a family member suddenly decides to go vegan.