November 26, 2012 1 Comment
February 8, 2013 Leave a comment
I recently attended a gluten, dairy, and soy-free cooking class at Williams-Sonoma at The Forum in Norcross. All of the recipes we sampled were quite tasty, but the Apple Spice Hummus was ‘smack you lips’ fantastic. I have never had what I deem to be dessert hummus before and one that was also healthful, so I just had to share. Read More »
September 19, 2017 Leave a comment
Did you know that eating a low fiber diet puts you at an increased risk for type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease — including heart attack and stroke, obesity and even colon cancer? Obviously getting enough fiber in our diets is extremely important for our long term health.
Gluten-free diets don’t have to be low fiber diets but if you’re eating a lot of packaged gluten-free foods, especially snack foods made with refined gluten-free ingredients like white rice flour and corn starch, you may not be getting close to the daily recommendations for fiber.
So what kind of fiber is best and how much fiber do we really need to eat every day to support good health?
Types of Dietary Fiber and Health Benefits
Three kinds of dietary fiber have been identified — soluble fiber, insoluble fiber and one you may not have heard about before called resistant starch. Each type of fiber has unique chemical properties and Read More »
June 3, 2018 Leave a comment
These meatballs are very similar to the filing of a dumpling or wonton without the wrapper. My family really enjoys them. They are gluten-free and dairy-free and can easily be made paleo. I recently brought these Asian chicken meatballs over sesame noodles to a party. It was a big hit! For a paleo version, serve them over zucchini noodles and check the ingredient list; there are a few adjustments. Read More »
February 10, 2012 Leave a comment
And what’s quicker and easier than Banana ‘Scream? It takes about 2 minutes from start to finish, simple, and totally customizable to pretty much any diet (except a banana allergy). We tend to have browning bananas go to freezer heaven, and the lucky ones are found and made into dessert before they become a mass of ice crystals.
1 banana, frozen, chopped into 5-6 chunks
1 TBSP liquor (chocolate liquor, Frangelico, whatever) Read More »
September 4, 2013 Leave a comment
If you follow us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram you may have noticed that we were featured on San Diego Living again on Monday. We always have so much fun doing that! Click here to watch if you missed us.
We made three different kinds of lunchables as part of a back to school segment and they were a hit. We did not let them go to waste and took them for lunch, just like the kids.
These were delicious, light, and healthy homemade lunchables that included Read More »
March 16, 2012 Leave a comment
This side dish is sort of the unique Irish twist on mashed potatoes. Though most versions of this recipe seem to call for cream, we toned it down by adding yogurt instead, and cutting down the amount of butter used. Light and creamy, with chopped green onions, and our further addition of fresh cilantro, our version of champ is a great twist on a simple dish. Read More »
March 17, 2014 Leave a comment
I need a wok. Seriously. With the amount of Asian food that I make it amazes me that I do not own one. Someday.
My dad however has one, so we put it to use one night and made some gluten-free beef and broccoli. My dad is awesome for many reasons, but I love how good he is about gluten-free awareness and Read More »
June 24, 2008 Comments Off on Bell and Evans Gluten Free Items – Chicken
Below is a list of gluten-free items from Bell & Evans. You can also find hundreds of recipes that can be converted to gluten-free at their website:
Thank you for contacting Bell & Evans. In addition to our line of breaded, gluten free items, the following are also gluten free:
All fresh chicken
Fully cooked wings – Honey BBQ and Buffalo Style
Fully cooked grilled breasts – Honey BBQ, Buffalo Style and Plain
As we reprint packaging we are adding gluten free to all these packages.
If I can be of any other assistance, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Quality Assurance Manager
Bell & Evans Poultry
January 3, 2011 Leave a comment
Wings are quintessential half-time finger food. No wonder! Wings are economical, easy to make appetizers that everyone enjoys. Find a recipe in this collection of our best wing recipes from About.com Food and Drink Guides.
When a recipe calls for soy sauce, be sure to use a gluten-free product. Same goes for hot sauce. I use Frank’s Red Hot Original sauce in my wing recipes.