We loved the Gourmia Hot Air Fryer! When it comes to air fryers, Gourmia is top of the line, offering a range of units to fit every budget and need.
We loved how quiet the GoWise Air Fryer is. And with eight built-in programs (warm, fries, chicken, steak, shrimp, pork, cake, fish), it’s a great buy. Its array of options and buttons were almost overwhelming at first.
We loved the versatility of the George Foreman Twist & Crisp. It can cook a rotisserie chicken and then air-fry fries. Its 180 degree viewing window lets you watch your food cook. However, multiple parts and attachments take a bit of a learning curve and make cleaning up a little more challenging.
We loved how easy the Black + Decker Purifry is to use, how well it cooked the food and its affordable price. However, the numbers on the temperature and the timer are so small, we needed reading glasses!
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.
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.
Summer and picnics go hand-in-hand and these fresh, portable recipes are just what you need for an easy, delicious meal outside. These salads need no meat or dairy ingredients—unless you want to add them—and they stay yummy when transported in a cooler. Slices of Lemon Pound Cake are a perfect solution for a no-fuss dessert—no plates or forks needed! Enjoy these easy recipes at your next outdoor gathering.
Our taste-testing groups sampled over 40 brands of cookies, finding a lot of great-tasting cookies for the crunchy cookie lovers as well as the chewy devotees.
When purchasing a gluten-free cookie, the top things you look for are taste (75 percent) and gluten-free certification (59 percent). More of you buy packaged cookies in traditional grocery stores than in natural foods store or online. Fortunately, most brands that made our lists of favorites are readily available in supermarkets. However, to find some of the really great cookies we sampled, you may have to go online. We’ve met these cookies on our travels to natural foods trade shows and at our Gluten Free Food Allergy Festivals across the United States.
DIY cookies are versatile in that the recipe can be tweaked to suit your liking: mix and match your favorite add-in ingredients—dark chocolate chunks, white chocolate chips, chopped nuts or seeds, dried fruit. These incredible cookies are big on taste and simple to make.