Gluten-Free Blog


5 Ways to Make a Difference on Earth Day

April 20, 2012 at 11:31 am

Go green! We hear or see this phrase almost every day on television, while out shopping, or in the workplace. Today is the perfect time to add some more “green” to your life, since April 22nd is Earth Day ! Did you know that this year is the 42nd anniversary of the holiday and that […]   Read more »

Grilled Cheese for dessert?  Absolutely!  We usually think of grilled cheese as a savory dish; the ideal companion to a bowl of rich tomato soup and a perfectly gooey base for all of your topping choices. This sandwich is comfort food at its finest.  My version of the perfect savory grilled cheese includes brie and grilled […]   Read more »

Get ready for grilled cheese nirvana! April is National Grilled Cheese Month. What better time to introduce this beauty of a sandwich to the world? You could settle for a regular, Joe-Schmoe grilled cheese, or you can try this version! The perfect blend of sweet and savory, with a decided POW! of BBQ tang, makes […]   Read more »

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 »

Written by Emily Wagener. Emily is an Udi’s Campus Ambassador at Clemson University. She is currently a senior studying food science with an emphasis in product development and has been an avid fan of Udi’s products for years. Transitioning from a seemingly tranquil and straightforward high school cafeteria to a full-sized college dining hall is […]   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 »

Searching for fresh, healthy and simple meals for the busy work week?  As a young professional, I find it a weekly challenge to cook. I am always on the search for new recipes to keep variety and convenience in my daily meals. Lately, I’ve been on a quinoa kick. I’ve been making a batch at […]   Read more »

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