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Gluten-Free at the Fancy Food Show in San Francisco

Hey all you gluten-free foodies... I found some great gluten-free products at the Fancy Food Show in San Francisco! These are or will be available in major markets. If you can't find them, request them from your favorite store. Here are some of my favorite finds:

Pamela’s Gluten-Free Cheesecake

Pamela’s Products won me over with a New York Cheesecake with a gluten-free ginger cookie crust. When available, there will be 3 inch or 6 inch rounds, and either refrigerated or frozen. Other cheesecake flavors are: White Chocolate Raspberry, Zesty Lemon, Hazelnut, and Agave Sweetened New York Cheesecake. Also coming soon: Chocolate Fudge Cake with Chocolate Frosting and Coffee Cake with Nut Topping.

Conte’s Gluten-Free Pasta

While Conte’s Pasta isn’t new to the east coast, here in the west we hopefully will be able to find their gluten-free stuffed pastas in stores soon. Gluten-free ravioli, stuffed shells, gnocchi (also dairy-free), pierogis (there is a dairy-free flavor) and lasagna are just some of the items they make. They are a frozen product that come in a bag or, new in their product line, a microwave meal! I tasted the ravioli at the show, and it was delicious. I can’t wait to try the rest! These products are available online at the Gluten Free Mall.

Let’s Do Organic’s Gluten-Free Ice Cream Cones

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It’s only January, but I can’t wait to try these new gluten-free ice cream cones from Edward & Sons’ brand. Not only are they gluten-free, but dairy-free and soy-free too. You should be able to find these now in Whole Foods.

San-J Gluten Free Cooking Sauces

Known in the gluten-free community for their wheat-free tamari, San-J has finally made a gluten-free version of their Asian sauces. Look for: Szechuan, Teriyaki, Thai Peanut, Sweet & Tangy, and Asian BBQ, all with “GLUTEN FREE” on the label.

3 Senses Gourmet's Gluten Free Chocolate Souffle

The founder of 3 Senses Gourmet created a chocolate souffle that happens to be gluten-free. If you are a chocolate lover, this dessert is amazing — a flourless chocolate cake with molten chocolate spilling out of the center. Look for the Chocolate Souffle and the Caramel Chocolate Souffle (yum!) in the frozen section of stores on the West Coast. Note: the Chocolate Chip Brioche Bread Pudding made by this company is NOT gluten-free.

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