Here’s a few of my favorite easy, fast, microwavable foods for our daughter: 1. Amy’s gluten free Mac & Cheese. Both boxed and frozen are great–though the frozen seems to have a more creamy consistency 2. Ian’s gluten free Fish Sticks 3. Bell and Evans gluten free chicken nuggets 4. Dr. Praegers gluten free frozen [...]
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When I was pregnant I had pretty bad morning sickness. I was at a loss on what to eat because not only could I not eat wheat and oat products, all grains other than potatoes and rice were giving me headaches. I didn’t know what to eat that was gluten free and would absorb the [...]
Apple FlaxPancakes (makes about 10-15 pancakes) 2-3 apples (we like honey crisp apples or gala apples, but use whatever you like) 1/2 capful of flax seeds (cap meaning the cap to the coffee grinder) soymilk–or whatever milk you like 2 eggs pumpkin pie spice cinnamon vanilla extract or vanilla powder I take the apples, cut [...]
I have a really good book to recommend–it’s called the Gluten Free Bible. It has all sorts of info on what you can eat, can’t eat, etc. Also tells about restaurants that have gluten free menus like Outback, PF Changs, etc. It’s an excellent resource for anyone wanting to eat a gluten free diet
Elizabeth Snyder recently asked me for some info on Gluten. I thought I’d post what I sent her: Here’s the breakdown: Gluten is in wheat, oats, rye, spelt, durum, seminola, graham flour, wheat starch, cornbread, wheat germ, bran, bulgur, rusk, couscous, barley malt, soy sauce, rice malt, hydrolyzed or texturized vegetable protein You’re okay with [...]
A good friend of mine, Morgan Snyder, started a great company–it’s a search “agent” that continues to search for items you’re looking for. a www.allth.at He just sent me some allth.at search listings for gluten free beer. It gave all sorts of great info–for instance, there’s actually a Gluten Free Beer Festival in Derbyshire! That’s [...]
PAMELAS. OMG, this stuff is the bomb! You seriously cannot tell they’re gluten free and actually I have a friend who thinks the pancake mix tastes better than regular pancakes. The chocolate cake and brownie mix is soooo good! I make ours with coconut oil and it has this great coconut/chocolate flavor. YUM!
From Nestle’s website Gluten is a protein found in grains including wheat, oats, barley, and rye. Itâ€™s also very commonly used in packaged foods to prevent crumbling. So in addition to the obvious sources like breads, pizza crust or pasta, youâ€™ll find gluten in other unlikely things like licorice, soy sauce, malt vinegar, as well [...]
These are gluten free and say so on the packaging.
Apparently Robitussin cough drops are gluten free