Gluten-Free Blog


There’s something alluring about the variability of meals that can be built from a foundation of two staple ingredients – bread and cheese.  Whether you like your grilled cheese ‘dressed up’ or ‘perfectly plain,’ the addition of a few ingredients can turn your simple meal idea into a culinary work of art.  Moreover, the grilled […]   Read more »

5 Gluten Free Recipes for Passover

April 6, 2012 at 9:59 am

Of all the holidays celebrated, Passover may be one of the easiest for those eating gluten free. Why? During the eight days of Passover, those who observe tradition do not eat any regular breads or baked goods. Wheat, oats, barley, rye, and spelt are forbidden, with the exception of matzo, which is made with flour […]   Read more »

Secret Ingredient Chocolate Mousse

March 28, 2012 at 8:41 am

Chocolate mousse: decadent, rich, and perfectly creamy.  A smooth, velvety treat, this melt-in-your-mouth dessert is a piece of absolute chocolate perfection.  Unfortunately, it is also full of fat, calories, and sugar.  Usually, I will save this dessert for a special occasion.  Not only is it wickedly unhealthy, but also very time consuming– chock-full of manual […]   Read more »

Gluten-Free Maple Glazed Banana Donuts

March 23, 2012 at 8:00 am

Donuts are not typically thought of as a healthy food. In fact, quite the contrary! Donuts usually conjure up images of portly policemen and office break rooms, where jelly filled temptations and sugar dusted dough balls threaten our New Year’s resolutions to lose weight. Despite their unhealthy reputation…Americans love their donuts! Why deprive ourselves of […]   Read more »

5 Healthy Gluten Free Snacks

March 22, 2012 at 8:05 am

Have you noticed how popular gluten free has become in the past year? Every news broadcast, food-based website, and health-oriented magazine is talking about it and providing advice for those interested. Whether you have to eat gluten free out of necessity or are looking to make healthy changes to your diet, it is important to […]   Read more »

A Very Gluten Free St. Patrick’s Day

March 16, 2012 at 11:02 am

Put simply, I don’t think saying “I love all things Irish” even begins to sum up how I feel. I eat, sleep, and breathe Ireland. My love affair with all things Irish began at childhood. I was raised eating corned beef and cabbage on a regular basis, watching VHS tapes of Riverdance at my grandparent’s […]   Read more »

Baked Eggs with Rosemary Toast {Gluten Free}

February 24, 2012 at 8:00 am

One lazy, Saturday morning…. The rest of the household could be heard rustling around in bed, having decided it was simply too early to be up and about. This was the perfect morning for an extraordinary breakfast. I began pulling ingredients out of the refrigerator;  leftover chopped tomato, the last of the eggs… the makings for […]   Read more »

A Recipe For Gluten Free Pancakes

February 19, 2012 at 8:34 am

I have a confession: I work for Udi’s Gluten Free  and I’m not gluten free.   However, through my work with Udi’s Ambassador’s Program,  I’ve learned first hand that gluten free is more than just a diet …it’s a lifestyle. From conversations with mothers who struggle to find products their children will eat, to hugs […]   Read more »

Valentine’s Day Heart Cakes {Gluten Free}

February 13, 2012 at 8:56 am

Quick! It’s Valentine’s Day… what do you have planned for the special occasion? Yes, you can do the traditional chocolates and red roses, but do you know which chocolates are safe and which ones aren’t? Surprisingly, gluten can be lurking in many of these innocent looking heart-shaped boxes and if you aren’t prepared you could […]   Read more »

What a perfect combination: Superbowl XLV and World Nutella Day. I can’t think of a better way to celebrate the big game than by indulging in a bunch of delectable, Nutella-filled treats (all gluten free of course)! My love affair with Nutella truly spans a lifetime. As a kid with a severe wheat allergy, the […]   Read more »

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