by Silvana Nardone in Healthy Recipes, August 29, 2015
by Silvana Nardone in Healthy Recipes, August 27, 2015
It’s time to make room in your cabinet for cashews. Almonds may be the go-to nut, but when it comes to versatility in the kitchen, cashews win hands down. With one bite of the swoonworthy blueberry swirl creamsicles, you’ll get a taste of the creaminess.
Want homemade yogurt without the wait? Cashews to the rescue. Blended together with coconut meat and probiotics, then lightly sweetened with agave, they make a creamy, full-bodied dairy-free yogurt like you’ve never tasted. Or, stick to something savory and use chopped cashews and mushrooms in place of ground beef for tacos. Together, they make a healthy ingredient swap that mimics the real deal. Read more
by Silvana Nardone in Healthy Recipes, August 8, 2015
The avocado may seem destined for guacamole stardom (it plays the role perfectly), but there’s much more this healthy fruit can bring to your recipes. It not only gives any dish a creamy texture, but also adds a great airiness.
Give classic hummus a velvety twist, swap not-so-healthy Nutella for an addictively rich chocolate-hazelnut spread (ideal as a topping on rice cakes or for dipping into with your favorite fruit) or toss cubes of avocado with shrimp for a new take on classic shrimp cocktail. Read more
by Kerri-Ann Jennings, M.S., R.D. in Taste Test, June 26, 2015
You can make a healthier version of the standard shortcake, and with this recipe you’d never even know it wasn’t the classic recipe! Read more
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 Silvana Nardone in Healthy Recipes, June 18, 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 Healthy Tips, June 11, 2015
Summertime means tons of berries and the classic fruit cobbler. Remember the taste of that first juicy spoonful of just-sweet-enough fruit topped with a flaky, golden biscuit? This gluten-free version is exactly that — and it’s a cinch to make. Read more
by Silvana Nardone in Taste Test, May 22, 2015
If you’re part of the 1 percent of the American population that suffers from celiac disease (or lives with someone who does), even the smallest amount of gluten can have a negative impact on your digestive and overall health. Use these tips to avoid cross-contamination and keep your kitchen safe for everyone. Read more
by Silvana Nardone in Gluten-Free, March 12, 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 Toby Amidor in Healthy Recipes, January 8, 2015
Spicy ingredients like cinnamon and cayenne may help bolster your immune system thanks to antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and sometimes even antibacterial properties. These gluten-free brownies have a spicy kick to get you through the last few weeks of winter. Read more
Breakfast is the one meal you don’t want to skip. It’s the first opportunity you have to take in good-for-you nutrients. A cold bowl of cereal, or some berries and yogurt may be fine in summer, but once winter’s chill is in the air, you may want something hot to shake off the cold. Cozy up to these healthy, bone-warming breakfasts, each with fewer than 400 calories.