Gluten free

Gluten free snacks news: Larabar introduces new flavors

Larabars are simple, quick bars that are great to grab for any on-the-go lifestyle.  Larabars are made from unsweetened fruit, nuts and spices.  It doesn’t get any simpler than that.  They are gluten-free, vegan, kosher and non-gmo.  This spring Larabar introduced 4 new flavors to their line: Carrot Cake, Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough & Chocolate Chip Brownie.  The ...

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Join the Enjoyables Gluten Free Ambassador Program

Enjoy Life Foods is launching a Brand Ambassador Program and is looking for people who love their products to become part of an elite, go-to group, educating other like-minded people who seek great-tasting, allergy-friendly, nutritious food to become an Enjoyable. As an official Enjoyable, you will get to: Help other people who are looking for delicious, safe, gluten-free and allergy-friendly foods

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HAPPYBABY organic finger foods have gone gluten free

HAPPYBABY has added two gluten-free varieties to its organic HAPPYBABYPUFFS line. These Puffs are the first melt-in-your-mouth organic finger food for toddlers that helps them to learn self-feeding and they are the only gluten-free puffs on the market.  The puffs are rich in vitamin D and are the only baby snacks with added vitamin B and calcium.  They contain half the ...

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Dip into some gluten-free delights at The Melting Pot

I’ll admit it – sometimes all I want to have for dinner is some fruit, cheese, and if I’m feeling extra adventurous, chocolate.  But fresh fruit dipped in chocolate and other savory items dipped in cheese?  Now you’re talking. The Melting Pot is a delightful fondue restaurant that offers you all the cheese and chocolate until your heart’s content (they ...

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Recall: Pure Base Garlic Spread

Pure Base is recalling the garlic spread – ready to spread & garlic spread  – concentrate because they may contain undeclared wheat & milk.   Both were distributed nationwide online & in stores. The products that are included in the recall are listed below:

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Fourth of July gluten-free desserts

The Fourth of July is almost here and it is time for festive desserts.  When this Examiner saw that the recipe for Summer Berry Trifle on FamilyFun.com was easily converted to gluten free, it just had to be shared.  Schar makes a great gluten-free ladyfinger that can be purchased locally at Return to Eden. If you would rather eat cake, then Jen ...

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Celebrate the Fourth of July with a gluten free flag cake

Fourth of July is just around the corner and red, white and blue desserts will be in all the stores.  However, if you are on a gluten free diet, you will most likely need to make your own gluten free Fourth of July dessert. One of the easiest desserts to make is an American Flag Cake.  Using a gluten free ...

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Wendy’s Updates Gluten-free Menu Again (Updated 6/24/2014)

  Back in February I wrote an article on Wendy’s updated gluten-free menu.  I wrote the article mainly because they removed a lot of the salads that had previously been listed as gluten-free.  The menu has been updated again.  Fast food restaurants tend to change offerings based on the season, so I applaud Wendy’s for keeping us informed. The current gluten-free ...

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FREE gluten free lettuce wraps at P.F. Chang’s

(Editor’s Note: This giveaway is over.) P.F. Chang’s is offering a free order of lettuce wraps with the purchase of an entree all because three golf pros each made an incredible shot.   Visit their website and provide your email address prior to July 31st to receive the free coupon via email.  How did this all come about you are asking?  Well, ...

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4th of July gluten-free recipe round-up

Think you can’t stay gluten-free during the holidays?  Truth be told, 4th of July can be particularly challenging, considering some of America’s favorite dishes are full of gluten: pasta salad, hot dogs, bread, cakes and cookies.   But the goods news is, there are a ton of recipes available for those of us who eat allergen-free — both foods that ...

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