This product update is long overdue and it is just the tip of the ice berg when it comes to new gluten-free product launches in 2014. Expo West is just a few weeks away and I can’t wait to be overwhelmed by gluten-free products. Gluten free is slated once again to be one of the top diet trends in 2014 and that means more gluten-free products are being developed. Hopefully, these new products will trend towards health food and won’t be loaded with fillers, sugar, salt, and artificial color/flavors.
Girl Scout Cookies…
For decades, the Girl Scouts of America has maintained a tradition of selling cookies as their annual fundraising drive. For a few months during the year, Girl Scouts across the country can be found manning tables in front of churches, supermarkets and town halls, surrounded by boxes of wonderful cookies.
Thin Mints, Samoas and Tagalongs. Do-di-dos, Lemonades and…Thin Mints…
So delicious. *Happy face*
So full of gluten. *Sad face*
Well, the Girl Scouts have turned that frown upside down by introducing their first gluten-free Girl Scout Cookie. And it’s Read More »
Canyon Bakehouse has entered into a partnership with Target retail stores to carry its gluten-free bread on bakery shelves at more than 750 locations across the country. Four loaf varieties of their bread, 7-Grain, Mountain White, Deli Rye, and Cinnamon Raisin, will be offered for $5.49 per loaf. Made with 100 percent whole grains and only clean ingredients, Canyon Bakehouse breads are made artisan-style, providing healthy gluten-free options the whole family can enjoy.
Christi and Josh Skow, and co-owner Ed Miknevicius, opened Canyon Bakehouse in November 2009 to make gluten-free breads for the Rocky Mountain Region of Whole Foods. Since then, their products are carried in more than 4,000 stores across the nation, including additional Read More »
[EDITOR’S NOTE: AS OF APRIL 20, 2017, ALL PILLSBURY GLUTEN-FREE PRODUCTS HAVE BEEN DISCONTINUED. THE REPRESENTATIVE SAID THE GLUTEN-FREE LINE WAS DISCONTINUED. THE SHELF LIFE WAS 93 DAYS, WHICH WAS NOT LONG ENOUGH GIVEN SALES. THEY HOPE TO MAKE FROZEN PRODUCTS AVAILABLE IN THE FUTURE.]
When I was first diagnosed with celiac disease the first thing I thought about missing was chocolate chip cookies. My grammy made the most incredible chocolate chip cookies and the thought of not being able to eat them made me sad, so I began my quest to make gluten-free chocolate chip cookies just like grammy’s, and I didn’t stop until I succeeded. When Pillsbury introduced their chocolate chip cookie dough, I thought there was no way they could be as good as my grammy’s, but I was wrong. Read More »
Trader Joe’s has added to its ever growing line of gluten-free products with the recent addition of gluten-free Joe-Joe’s, or cream filled chocolate cookies. Growing up, Oreo’s were one of my favorite cookies, so I was excited to see if Trader Joe’s version lived up to my childhood favorite. Read More »
When I read an article that Kyotofu Bakery in New York was using Thomas Keller’s Cup4Cup gluten-free flour to create gluten-free versions of their Japanese inspired desserts I was quite intrigued. These desserts are all soybean based (contain tofu) and stray from the ordinary with their intriguing flavor combinations and Read More »
A mix, is a mix, is a mix, right? Not necessarily and definitely not when taking Non-GMO Verification into consideration. Glutino’s Gluten Free Pantry muffin mix is free of gluten and dairy, it is GMO free, and it is incredibly easy to use.
When I received my free sample in the mail I decided I wanted to do something different. I mean who Read More »
Gluten free, great-tasting yet filling snacks can be hard to come by. Luckily, KIND Healthy Snacks offers fruit and nut bars that hit the spot every time. When you are living gluten free, being hungry is a common and frequent concern. If you miss lunch at the office, you can’t exactly ask around to see if anyone has anything in the office for you to snack on because chances are it wont be gluten free! There are a thousand other scenarios where being hungry yet out of reach of anything GF can come up; KIND Bars may be your answer!
Here are 5 great things to do with KIND Bars:
1. Put a few bars in your desk drawer
There is nothing worse than that creeping feeling of hunger that sometimes strikes at around 4:00pm. You have to stay at the office for at least two more hours but your stomach just isn’t having it. If you have a store of KIND Bars you can easily snack on one of these nutritious and filing bars while you finish out the day.
Bar suggestion: Almond Cashew + Flax (Omega-3). This bar has a lot of Read More »
New gluten-free products have become quite common these days, which is definitely a good thing for those who eat gluten free. Listed below are some new gluten-free products that are creating a lot of ‘buzz’ in the gluten-free community.
These products should hit a store shelf in June/July: Read More »