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    Destiny Stone
    Kay's Naturals makes snacking healthy, and they have done it yet again. The leader of high-protein, gluten-free snacks has come out with another delicious product. Cinnamon flavored, almond butter-filled Cookie Bites by Kay's Naturals, is a scrumptious bite sized cookie snack that tastes good right out of the box, or poured in a bowl with your favorite milk. Kay's Cinnamon Cookie Bites are light, flaky and crunchy all rolled into one full-flavored bite. The almond flavor is subtle and not over-powering, and each bite is coated with just the right amount of cinnamon, so it stay's flavorful (and crunchy) in milk.
    Not only are Kay's all natural Cookie Bites tasty, they're healthy too. Kay's Cookie Bites are made with all natural ingredients; no GMO ingredients are used  to make Kay's products. Each serving comes with ten grams of protein (the protein equivalent of two eggs), three grams of fiber, and zero cholesterol. So if you are looking to build muscles, lose weight, or simply munch on something yummy and healthy, then  these snacks are for you.
    Kay's Cookie Bites come in one ounce or five ounce bags, making them  ideal for keeping a large box in your pantry, and  popping some single serve bags into your purse or backpack for an on-the-go snack. Kay's snacks are low in sugar, only three grams per serving, and  as a bonus, they are also low glycemic ( for those watching their sugar intake), making these high-protein snacks a great addition to your child's lunch box, or as an after-school snack.
    Kay's batch tests all of their products for gluten-free, so you can enjoy your snacks worry-free.
    For more information on ordering this and other Kay's Naturals products, visit their site: http://kaysnaturals.com/celiac/
     
     

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    Scott Adams
    I happen to love thin crust pizza. The other day I had the good fortune to get my hands on a 12” Venice Bakery Gluten-Free Pizza Crust, and it looked as if it was made exactly how I like it—uniformly thin  throughout the entire crust. I was impressed by how perfectly formed this pizza crust was, and I also like the fact that it was larger than most crusts I’ve tried—it was big enough for my family of four.
    My family and I prepared the pizza together, and we added our favorite tomato sauce, cheese and gluten-free pizza toppings. We baked it in the oven as advised on the package for about 12-15 minutes at 475F, and the results of our minimal efforts were outstanding! The crust had excellent texture and tasted exactly how I expect great pizza to taste. My non-gluten-free family members (who can be more picky about some of the gluten-free products that I bring home!), absolutely loved this pizza!
    I would love to do an experiment with with this pizza and serve it to unsuspecting non-celiacs—I am certain that they would not only not detect that it was gluten-free, but would consider it an outstanding pizza crust!
    Visit their Web site for more info: http://www.venicebakery.com
     
     
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    Gryphon Myers
    Breadfruit is a starchy fruit that grows mainly in the Pacific Islands. It is highly nutritious, with high fiber, potassium and vitamin C content, as well as a low glycemic index. Signa Haiti's Gluten-Free 100% Breadfruit Flour captures these nutritive qualities and makes a tasty wheat flour alternative.
    I am a huge fan of Indian food, so when I saw that Signa Haiti has a recipe for garlic naan on their website, I got very excited. It wasn't quite as 'puffy' as what I'm used to, but it was still quite good, with a subtle 'potatoey' taste that went very well with saag paneer.
    There are a bunch of recipes on the Signa-Haiti recipe website that I'm going to try, including Haitian cereal, a sort of cream of wheat alternative. This flour shows promise and I think it would do very well in a blend with quinoa flour.
    For more information, visit their website.


     
     
     
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    Celiac.com Sponsor: Review
    I wish there were a company around like Love With Food way back when I got diagnosed. Back then I could not have imagined the convenience of receiving a box in the mail that was chock full of great gluten-free, organic and mostly all-natural snacks from a variety of gluten-free companies. 
    My "Mardi Gras Gluten-Free Box" contained 11 different gluten-free snack items, and I was surprised by its variety. I had everything from a Cup 4 Cup Pancake and Waffle Mix, to Snikkidy Baked Mac N' Cheese Puffs and Key Lime Chocolate Cookies by WOW Baking Company. 
    On top of this, Love With Food donates a meal to a food bank for every box they sell, and have donated over 400,000 meals so far!
    For more info visit their site: www.LoveWithFood.com.

     
     
     
    Review written by Scott Adams.

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