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5 Savory Gluten-Free Snacks Hiding In Most Grocery Markets

The game has ended. Tournament over. Our kids have lost but coach wants to see everyone for a quick meeting before we leave… “We have another game in an hour.” coach says.  What? What are we going to do? We aren’t ready for this! This was turning out to be some kind of day. We […]

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Gluten-Free Foods for Kids!

Whether it’s school time or summertime figuring out what to feed your gluten-free kids can be a challenge… So we though it would be helpful to put together a list of gluten-free foods for kids! Heck, we’ve been eating gluten-free a long time, but even still it can be hard to think of what to […]

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Gluten-Free Wonderfood?

Why to Buy A Cantaloupe Next Time You Shop… First, because cantaloupe is gluten-free and makes for a nice varietal in your breakfast or for snacks! Plus, they are full of good vitamins and tend to rank higher on the list of ‘clean’ fruits. “We seldom think about fruits as providing a broad spectrum of […]

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Ready for Gf Entertaining – Try Glutinos Bagel Chips

Imagine my shock when the display at Sprouts today was bagel chips – GLUTEN FREE ones!   Yes, Glutino has come out with a tasty, crunchy new treat for celiacs and gluten intolerant snackers every where — and the folks that live and/or eat with them!    These must be relatively new because I can’t even find […]

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Kid Friendly Snacks

Gluten Free Candy

Whether you are looking for candy for your child’s class or just to share at home, there are lots of store bought gluten free options available.    Some of our favorites include: Necco Sweetheart Conversation Hearts Tootsie Roll Products (Tootsie & Charms Pops, Andes, Junior Mints, Dots & many more) M&Ms (plain, peanut) some Hersey’s products (Plain chocolate Hersey kisses, Reese’s […]

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Gluten Free Peanut Butter Cookie

I am so happy with these easy peanut butter cookies that I just had to share! Often with gluten free cooking, one finds recipes that call for some lengthy combination of rice, tapioca, soy or potato flours plus corn starch, potato starch or arrowroot starch and guar gum xanthan gum and… so on and so […]