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Teri Gruss, MS

Gluten-Free Strawberry Heart Rice Crispie Bar Recipe

February 10th, 2011 by Teri Gruss, MS


Heart-shaped gluten-free strawberry rice crispie bars make a lovable Valentine's Day treat!

I used freeze-dried unsweetened strawberries (purchased at Costco) but if you can't locate this ingredient, substitute with your favorite dried fruit. Dried cherries or cranberries would look equally great in this Valentine's Day-inspired recipe.

Prep Time: 20 minutes

Total Time: 20 minutes (more…)


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Jen Cafferty

Gluten Free Valentine’s Day Candy List

February 10th, 2011 by Jen Cafferty

Here is a starter list of the gluten free Valentine's Day candy you and your loved ones can share this year: (As always, check all ingredient labels.)

Necco Valentine Conversation Hearts Reese's Peanut Butter Cups  M&Ms (plain and peanut)  Hershey's Milk Chocolate (NOT crisp or cookie flavored) (more…)

Gluten-free GU Products: Energy For Athletes

January 31st, 2011 by Kimberly Bouldin

The name certainly doesn't sound appetizing, but GU is an essential part of many endurance athlete's fueling.  When running longer distances, biking or participating ih triathlons athletes must consume some type of fuel to keep their bodies going.  Gu provides one such product for that purpose.  

GU Energy Gels are gluten-free and dairy-free, perfect for the Celiac athlete.  There are 10 different flavors of GU energy gels: (more…)

The world of gluten-free is just bursting with news this month.  It almost seems like there is more going on this month than the last quarter of 2010.  Great new for the gluten-free community, but it definitely makes it harder to keep up with the onslaught of new information.

Photo: Kikkomanusa.com

Listed below is the gluten-free news this Examiner has heard about this past week.

  • Breads from Anna is getting ready to launch two new gluten-free mixes: Black Bean Brownie and Pizza Crust.  More details can be found here.  

 

  • Kikkoman's new gluten-free soy sauce is a Tamari-style soy sauce brewed with rice instead of wheat. Take note, though, that the sodium content (960 mg per one-tablespoon serving) is high compared with reduced-sodium, gluten-free soy sauces produced bySan-JLa Choy and Kari-Out.  Thanks for Gluten Free Philly for the information.

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Jennifer Harris

Subway’s Foray Into Gluten-free Makes It on CNN.com

January 20th, 2011 by Jennifer Harris

Source: CNN.com

As most of you have heard by now, Subway began testing out a gluten-free bun and brownie in Dallas-Fort Worth and Tyler/Longview, TX on January 10th. This development at Subway warranted an article on CNN Health where you can see photos of both the bun and the brownie.  

According to celiac.com, the gluten-free rolls and brownies made by (more…)

Mrs. Richardson’s Dessert Toppings Are Gluten-free

January 13th, 2011 by Kimberly Bouldin

Mrs. Richardson's dessert toppings make a fantastic gluten-free addition to any bowl of ice cream.  Top with some Cool Whip, nuts and a cherry and you have yourself a sundae.  Ice cream in the winter?  Of course!  

Mrs. Richardson's, manufactured by Baldwin Richardson Foods Co., has several different varieties of dessert toppings. They include:  (more…)

Jen Cafferty

Karo Corn Syrup Is Gluten Free and Allergen-friendly

January 10th, 2011 by Jen Cafferty

Karo Corn Syrup Photo: www.karosyrup.com

Karo corn syrup is gluten-free.  There was some confusion about Karo since it contains caramel coloring.  A few of my readers were concerned about the coloring and here is what the manufacturer of Karo Syrup has to say.

"All Karo Syrup products are free of gluten, soy, milk, egg, peanut and tree nuts. The syrup production facility does not contain ingredients with these allergens, so cross contamination is not an issue. While some caramel colorings (more…)

Rich Products, a food service business serving colleges and universities, schools from kindergarten through 12th grade and restaurants, had a busy 2010 with projected revenues of $2.9 billion. A report in Business First shows how 2011 should be even busier, with more than $3 billion in revenues due to acquisitions and expansions.  Gluten-free products are expected to play a part.

Rich Products is based in Buffalo with 1,300 local employees. The company has operations in over 100 countries. It expects to expand by about 10 percent annually in China and is moving into new markets like Turkey and could grow in the Philippines and Indonesia.

The company is coming out with a new line of gluten free products here in North America. According to the Rich Products website, the products include:

GLUTEN-FREE ITALIAN ROLLS - BAGS (06142) Gluten-free Italian sandwich rolls that taste great and have a moist, tender texture. Packaged in resealable bags of 8, 4.4 oz unit weight

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Jennifer Harris

Gluten Free Doughnut Smack Down – Kinnikinnick vs. Glutino

December 28th, 2010 by Jennifer Harris

Most people who read my articles know this Examiner is a big fan of the gluten-free product line currently available from Kinnikinnick Foods. Kinnikinnick was the first company this Examiner found that made a retail line of gluten-free doughnuts, but this year Glutino got into the gluten-free doughnut making game and we felt it necessary to compare the brands and choose a winner. (more…)

It is so fun to pass on all the new information learned about gluten-free products, shopping and dining.  The list below reflects what this Examiner learned over the last week.

  • Thanks go out to The Crispy Cook for compiling a list of gluten-free blogs with links to each one.  After reviewing the list, this Examiner discovered a number of blogs to check out and is excited to see what they have to offer.
  • Artisan gluten-free breads are now available from A Bountiful Harvest in a number of flavors.  Their breads are baked one loaf at a time naturally without artificial flavors, colorants, preservatives or additives and they are fresh baked to order for each (more…)