Gluten-Free Blog


Making Your Dorm Room GF Friendly

October 7, 2013 at 4:41 pm

By: Katie Lampkin, Udi’s Outreach Coordinator and resident office Celiac   You’ve already done your research on which colleges have the best gluten-free accommodations (Right?  If not, see our blog post here), but now it’s time to take the next step and ensure that your dorm room is GF-friendly as well!   Now, you might […]   Read more »

By: Suzanne Wolke   Last the week the Udi’s team traveled to Baltimore, MD, for the Natural Products Expo East. We launched 5 new items, including Holiday Products and Salty Snacks. Learn more about them below!   New Udi’s GF Holiday Items There are a few seasonal flavors you think of when fall and the […]   Read more »

Gluten-Free Falafel from Chef Robin Bar-on

September 25, 2013 at 8:07 am

Ingredients: 2 cups dried chickpeas 1 medium yellow onion cut in quarters 2 bunches parsley 1 bunch cilantro 1 Tbsp. cumin 1 Tbsp. salt 1 tsp baking soda 1/2 tsp coriander (Optional 1 seeded jalapeno) Directions: Important Notes: Soak your chickpeas overnight in a 6” deep pan. Mix this recipe in two separate batches so that […]   Read more »

Showing the Tortilla Some Love!

September 16, 2013 at 10:56 am

By: Megan T. Today we’re celebrating the Tortilla!   Are you craving a soft taco, enchilada, burrito, quesadilla, or some other type of tortilla creation? Remember, we got you covered with our delicious gluten-free flour tortillas!  The two convenient sizes make it perfect for the whole family-no matter what time of day and no matter […]   Read more »

 By: Cait Simmons, The Gluten-Free Yogi   I am a gluten-free athlete and am often asked how I fuel up before a road race, triathlon, or hard workout. While the most common carbo-loading recipes contain wheat, there are plenty of alternative gluten-free recipes that include carbohydrates to fuel the body just as well (if not […]   Read more »

By: Suzanne Wolke – Udi’s Social Media Manager   If you have Celiac Disease or a severe gluten intolerance your home kitchen is probably already completely gluten free or any possible cross-contamination is prevented. But what about when you head to work? Most likely, not everyone in your office or workplace is gluten free and […]   Read more »

By: Katrina M. – Udi’s employee and author of The Gluten Free Gidget The summer has been full of barbecues and poolside parties, and boy do those hot dogs and veggie burgers add up! After working out all winter to emerge for the summer months like a svelte, swimsuit clad butterfly from a wool sweater […]   Read more »

Identifying Hidden Sources of Gluten

August 19, 2013 at 11:12 am

By: Danica Loucks – Udi’s New Face of Gluten Free   Perhaps you’re on gluten-free diet and it seems to be working well for you, but every once in awhile you find yourself glutened yet can’t identify the culprit. Unfortunately, this happens to many Celiac and gluten intolerant folks because of hidden sources of gluten […]   Read more »

By: Danica Loucks, Udi’s New Face of Gluten Free — —             Avoided baking after you started eating gluten free but miss all your home-made comfort dishes? We definitely know we’re a sucker for those freshly baked savory pastries and decadent sweet treats that will fill the entire house with the most wonderful aromas. Well […]   Read more »

By: Suzanne Wolke We’ve all been there. Whether it’s date night, the girls are getting together, or you simply don’t feel like cooking tonight, the search for restaurants with (edible) gluten free options commences. Not only do you want to verify they have something for you to eat besides a measly piece of lettuce, you […]   Read more »

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