by Kerri-Ann Jennings, M.S., R.D. in Taste Test, June 26, 2015
by Dana Angelo White in Grocery Shopping, June 24, 2015
We rated this roundup of crackers on a 5-point scale (5 being highest) and judged them on flavor, texture, price and nutrition, with special attention paid to stats such as fiber, sodium and sugar. All crackers tested are gluten-free. Read more
by Dana Angelo White in Grocery Shopping, June 22, 2015
Celiac-friendly flours are no longer hard to find on store shelves. These days, there are even flavor and texture options to choose from. Here are some of the hottest varieties to sift through. Read more
by Dana Angelo White in Grocery Shopping, June 21, 2015
Trying to be a health-conscious shopper but confused by all of the info plastered on food packaging? Beware of these common misleading claims.
by Kiri Tannenbaum in Taste Test, June 3, 2015
Breakfast is supposed to get your day off to a healthy start, not fill you up on sugar. While breakfast cereals are convenient, many popular options are filled with empty calories. Shake some of the sugar out of your morning by reaching for these cereals instead.
by Kiri Tannenbaum in Taste Test, May 26, 2015
When the hazy days of summer arrive, our preferred way to cool down, other than diving into a nice pool, is snacking on a frozen pop. There are a slew of options for pops in the frozen-food aisle, from paleo to chocolate-dipped. Though you’ll find many more to love, here are a few that had us in a frozen state of mind. Read more
by Toby Amidor in Taste Test, May 24, 2015
Truth be told: When 4 o’clock rolls around, we’d rather be downing a chocolate chip cookie than a snack bar. But with the new-fangled flavors and range of healthy ingredients, many snack bars are creating a win-win situation. Which brands satisfied our cravings and offered the most nutrition? Here are the results from our taste test.
We used our typical rating scale of 1 to 5 (5 being the highest) for this taste test. Each brand was evaluated based on taste, texture and nutrition, paying special attention to calories, fat, sodium and ingredient quality. Read more
by Silvana Nardone in Taste Test, May 22, 2015
Many salad dressings have added sugar (yes, sugar!) and lots of sodium. Although many tend to have preservatives, some dressings contain fewer. If you like the convenience of bottled salad dressings, make sure you’re choosing the healthiest option. Here’s a rundown of better-for-you best bets. Read more
by Toby Amidor in Taste Test, May 2, 2015
Who’s got the best burger buns in the gluten-free biz? We rounded up dozens of buns, and these bread winners rose to the top. Read more
by Kiri Tannenbaum in Taste Test, May 1, 2015
With any delicious dip, you must have a tasty chip. In the past several years, an influx of tortilla chip alternatives has hit market shelves. These chips are made with a variety of healthy ingredients and are pretty darn tasty. Here are seven you must try. Read more
Hummus — the Middle Eastern spread that blends chickpeas, lemon, oil (for some), garlic, tahini and salt — is as versatile as it is healthy. It can be the perfect party food, a quick afterschool snack or a preamble to dinner with friends. It’s great as a dip, or used as a complement to veggie kebabs or grilled fish, as part of a mezze plate or as a topper on a club sandwich. Making Ina Garten’s hummus from scratch will definitely impress, but when in a pinch there are many great ready-to-eat options on the market. Not sure which one to pick? Here are the results from our blind taste test. Read more