Gluten-Free Blog


By: Katie Lampkin, Udi’s Outreach Coordinator   Summer is in full swing, so why not celebrate by grabbing your picnic basket, a blanket, and a bottle of wine (or juice!) and heading to the nearest park!   So, how does one have a successful gluten free picnic?  By bringing lots of yummy GF goodies, of […]   Read more »

Shake Your Udi’s, Boogie Your Buns!

June 28, 2013 at 11:59 am

By: Suzanne Wolke     It’s BBQ season and all month long we’ve been Boogieing Our Buns gluten free style. Whether you were inspired by our Shake Your Udi’s Nationwide Disco Tour, you are hosting a Boogie Your Buns HouseParty this weekend, or just in the mood for a good ol’ fashion cook out, we’re […]   Read more »

By: Matt James – New Face of Gluten Free     Get Your Zen on early – Start the weekend off by giving your body a little love.  Hit an early Yoga class (stand on your head), go on a nature hike, run your local park, or simply take the dog for a walk. It’s […]   Read more »

  Don’t let May pass you by without enjoying some sweet, succulent, and oh-so juicy, strawberries! May is National Strawberry Month, a perfect opportunity to set this healthy and versatile little berry in the spotlight. Did you know that strawberries are high in vitamin C, folate, potassium, and full of healthy antioxidants such as flavonoids? […]   Read more »

Earth Day Tips for Gluten-Free Eaters

April 22, 2013 at 12:22 pm

Happy Earth Day! Here are ten tips from The Gluten Free Yogi on how to be green AND gluten-free, simultaneously!   Support local farms & businesses. Food can sometimes travel a long way to get to your table. All that travel equals unnecessary fossil fuels in the atmosphere and an unhappy earth. Supporting local farms […]   Read more »

Easy Gluten Free Baked Meatball Subs

April 5, 2013 at 11:35 am

By: Andrea Glenn – Author of A Lazy Girl’s Guide to Living Gluten Free – – I have been extra busy at work lately, which is in addition to all the normal craziness I manage to pack in each week. Needless to say, I have not had much time or energy to cook lately, but I […]   Read more »

Help Us Spread Autism Awareness!

April 5, 2013 at 10:58 am

By: Suzanne Wolke    Since April is Autism Awareness Month, it’s the perfect opportunity to turn our attention to this complex developmental disorder. In the last decade the occurrence of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in children has increased drastically, making this month more significant than ever.  According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), 1 […]   Read more »

By: Megan Bauer – New Face of Gluten Free   April Fool’s Day is widely known for practical jokes, hoaxes, and other foolishness. Although its origins are unknown, this ‘holiday’ has been adopted world wide as the day when it’s okayto play a trick or two on each other. In the spirit of April Fool’s […]   Read more »

By: Megan Bauer – Udi’s Face of Gluten Free    Capped Deviled Eggs  There are numerous deviled egg recipes floating around that have abandoned the classic halved egg presentation, in favor of serving  this Easter staple in form of little baby chicks. I debated heavily on whether or not I thought this was cute or […]   Read more »

By: Matt James – Udi’s New Face of Gluten Free Passover is a Jewish celebration that commemorates liberation and is a time to reflect on the evolution of our existence. Food plays an integral part in this holiday as it is the fuel to our livelihood. The history of this celebration embraces food to resemble […]   Read more »

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