- Gluten-Free Food Reviews
Gluten-Free Food Reviews
I tried out a new app called “Gluten Free Bartender.” This app is designed to make life easier for people to find gluten-free drinks. The “Drinks” section opens by default, and in it you will find categories: beers, champagne, ciders, liquors, mixers, wine coolers, wines, and miscellaneous.
If you want peanut butter that has the consistency of a soda fountain milkshake—not too thick but not too thin—this is it.
Any company making an "all natural" product these days better deliver the goods and Goldbaums does. These crackers are not only free of gluten and wheat, they are also GMO free, have no preservatives, trans fats or artificial flavors and are Kosher.
If you love hot soup on a cold wintery day, these wonderful gluten-free vegetable soups are a great choice. The Cuban Black Bean Soup has pureed black beans with corn, red peppers, onions, carrots and spices...
The first thing I really appreciated about this cookbook, besides the gorgeous photography, is the introductory section called “Ingredients Unveiled”. Different types of flour, sweeteners, and oils are described and the nutritional benefits of each are also included.
It's always wonderful to have the opportunity to review a versatile product you can use for seasoning, cooking, and baking. Paleo Powder is gluten-free and also free of MSG.
Premium Chocolatiers have struck a home run with their tasty Pea"not" Butter Cups. These delightful treats look and taste just like traditional peanut butter cups with milk chocolate, but are peanut-free.
This cookbook is a delightful collection of more than 150 gluten-free recipes covering breakfast to dinner and everything in between. Each section is written by a chef who has special dietary needs. Are you ready to start your day with Quinoa Porridge with Cherry Sauce and end it with the zestful Chilli Pepper Brownies?
I tried DNA Life Bars' Chocolate Coconut Fudge gluten-free bar and found it to have a nice chocolate flavor, with a hint of coconut, and almost the same consistency as fudge.
I once read that coffeecake is a great excuse to eat cake in the morning, and I'd have to agree! With mini-cake-a-lettes from The Coffeecake Company, you can have your cake and eat it too.
This delicious cake gets its moistness from by having just the right amount of sweet butter, cream and milk mixed with pure vanilla beans and extract.
You may have caught my enthusiastic review of Attune Foods Erewhon Buckwheat & Hemp cereal from last year. Well, it's time I inform you that they've done it again: Attune Foods Erewhon Quinoa & Chia gluten-free cereal is a great way to add two superfoods to your diet, and makes a tasty corn flakes alternative.
If you follow health food trends, chances are that you've heard of the superfood pseudograin, quinoa. It is nutrient-rich, packs a complete protein, is high in fiber, etc. etc. The bottom line is that you should probably be trying to come up with a way to integrate quinoa into your diet...
Finally someone has made a taco seasoning that is not only gluten-free and organic, but it also doesn’t contain the usual preservatives, artificial colorings and flavorings—including MSG!
There are countless 'health' food snack bars and protein bars on the market, many of which aren't as healthy as their makers would have you think. On the other side of the spectrum, you have snack bars that are loaded with various superfoods and are really quite nutritious, but taste like cardboard.
I recently tried Crunchmaster's Cheezy Crisps, which are little gluten-free cheese flavored rice crackers, and I must say that it was hard to put them down! This is the type of snack that the serving size really becomes the entire box because it is that hard to stop eating them.
Crackers are usually thought of as crispy, baked things made out of flour (usually nutritionally-devoid refined white flour). Foods Alive's Organic Onion Garlic Flax Crackers are a whole different kind of snack, but they are way more nutritious, and also quite yummy!
It can be difficult for those trying to meet the requirements of multiple dietary restrictions. It becomes especially difficult for celiacs following a Kosher diet during Passover, as matzo traditionally contains gluten. Fortunately, Yehuda's gluten-free matzo not only fits the bill, but it tastes great!