Tag: Gluten-Free

Throw a Gluten-Free Game-Day Party

by in Healthy Recipes, January 31, 2016

Game-day party planning is no easy task — especially for starving football fans. Add gluten intolerance to the mix and you may just feel like throwing in the towel. But, really, there’s no need to stress. You’re just minutes away from party prowess with these good-for-you game-day snacks.

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Pomegranate, 3 Ways

by in Healthy Recipes, January 11, 2016

Popping pomegranate seeds right into your mouth, with their refreshing burst of juice, is satisfying, but these little gems also add a wonderful tartness to both savory and baked dishes. In these recipes, we use them to brighten up a turmeric-spiced pistachio pilaf, a ketchup-laced veggie burger and a warm, cinnamon-y apple crisp topped with an almond-oat crumble.

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Nutrition News: Craft-Beer Labeling, Gluten Sensitivity, Healthier Checkout Lanes

by in Food News, December 18, 2015

Craft beer clarity

Pretty soon, when you order a craft beer at a chain restaurant or brewpub, you’ll know a lot more about its nutritional value and calorie count than you do now. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has proposed new regulations that would require craft breweries to list nutritional information on the beers offered at chain eateries, specifying a December 2016 deadline. Although the new rules may be costly for small brewers to implement, many have embraced the move toward greater transparency, ABC15, in Arizona, reports. “Craft brewers would love ingredients to be listed as well … because that’s really what separates us as ‘craft,’” Mike Lawinski, owner of Fate Brewing Company, in Boulder, Colo., told the station, “and a lot of the bigger breweries are using GMO ingredients and high-fructose ingredients.” Read more

Gluten-Free Pecan Pie

by in Healthy Recipes, November 16, 2015

Since I started baking gluten-free almost a decade ago, so much has changed. For starters, people actually know what “gluten-free” means. Now at the holiday table, almost all of the traditional foods are possible to make gluten-free. Read more

Butternut Squash, 3 Ways

by in Healthy Recipes, November 13, 2015

These three recipes use roasted, pureed butternut squash in ways usually reserved for cheese — and you’ll never even miss it. See how butternut squash lends a slight sweetness to mac and cheese, dip and even baked jalapeno poppers while delivering creaminess.

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Taste Test: Gluten-Free Stuffings

by in Grocery Shopping, November 9, 2015

For many people, stuffing is the best part of the meal! But steering clear of gluten doesn’t mean missing out on this fragrant, bready side dish. Aside from making your own gluten-free stuffing (thanks, Gluten-Free Girl!), you can choose from a few store-bought mixes. Read more

Gluten-Free Kid Snacks

by in Grocery Shopping, November 2, 2015

Dang Food's Toasted Coconut Chips Original Recipe

More kids are being diagnosed with celiac disease and are unable to eat foods containing gluten. Luckily, there are many more healthy options now available at the market. Here are our top picks of gluten-free snacks for your youngster to munch on. Read more

No Tricks, Just Treats: Homemade Gluten-Free Halloween Candy

by in Healthy Recipes, October 29, 2015

Can Halloween be sinfully good and good for you? The answer is yes. Sweet Medjool dates are transformed into caramel, and extra-dark 91 percent chocolate — the darker, the better — enrobes each candy with its rich, complex flavor. Plus, healthy fats like coconut oil and unrefined sugars like maple syrup mean you can treat yourself to some Halloween fun. One bite of these chocolate candies and you’ll know there are no tricks, just real treats! Read more

Taste Test: Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cookie Mixes

by in Taste Test, October 10, 2015

Among Friends Darcy’s Delish Old Fashioned Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix
Making your own gluten-free flour blends takes time and patience to get the hang of. And we get that some folks just aren’t great in the baking department. Sometimes it’s OK to call upon premade gluten-free mixes to get the job done — and save you lots of grief! Numerous gluten-free chocolate chip mixes have been popping up on market shelves. We gave them a whirl, and here’s what we found. Read more

Taste Test: Gluten-Free Frozen Pizza

by in Taste Test, September 29, 2015

If you check the frozen pizza aisle, you’ll see many newcomers to the gluten-free arena. Although gluten-free packaged foods have a bad reputation for lacking flavor, some food companies have stepped up to develop very tasty products. Here is a look at five frozen gluten-free pies. Read more

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