Crackers are such a tasty and popular snack food. You can combine them with dip, fruit, cheese or just enjoy the crackers by themselves.

I used to love eating saltines because they were light, tasted good and not too expensive.

But, of course, these crackers can no longer be eaten safely when you are allergic to gluten. So, what is the gluten-free alternative to wheat-based crackers? Read on to find the answer as well as recipes and other tips for gluten-free crackers. Read More

Yogurt is another staple ingredient that you can always find hanging around in our refrigerator.

We use it for a snack food as well as a moisturizing ingredient for making meatballs, hamburgers, cornbread and cupcakes, just to name a few.

But, is yogurt safe for those who are highly sensitive to gluten? Does it present any problems to gluten-free eaters? Let’s find out. Read More

One of the things that I missed a lot while I was on the gluten-free diet was bread rolls.

But, happily, you do not have to be in the same predicament that I was with the gluten-free diet.

It is possible for you to enjoy delicious rolls that will not set off your gluten allergies.

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Who doesn’t love a piece of warm, crusty French bread topped with melted cheese and/or butter? Do you remember relishing the act of dipping a slice of French bread deep into your bowl of soup on a cold winter day?

One of my favorite places to eat is Panera Bread because you can request a piece of their signature French bread with your meal. However, when you are allergic to gluten, you naturally assume that you cannot eat French bread anymore.

Is there a way to enjoy this delicious bread without violating the food diet? Read on to find out. Read More

I do not think I have ever met anybody who does not like chili.

There just seems to be something about the mixture of beef, sauce and spiciness that appeals to to everyone!

As a little kid, one of the first spicy foods I liked was chili, because it was like soup, except meatier and spicier.

However, when you go on the gluten-free diet, there is something to consider with chili, as with all other foods: is it gluten-free?

Chili does not seem to be the type of food that would contain gluten in it, but how can you be sure? Read on to find out.

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Who doesn’t love cake? Most people love any kind of cake, whether it is chocolate, vanilla or some other flavor.

Of course, if you are new to the gluten-free diet, you are very likely thinking, “How can I make a delicious gluten-free sponge cake?”

Fortunately, it is simple to bake a gluten-free version of sponge cake with the right combination of gluten-free flours.
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There are very few people in this world who don’t like cheese.

In fact, here in America, cheese is probably one of the most widely consumed foods from coast to coast.

You can find it in so many different types of dishes.

However, when you start the gluten-free diet, that all-important arises: is it gluten-free?

Read on to discover the gluten-free status of some of the leading brands of cheese.

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Personally, pretzels have always been one of my favorite snack foods.

There is just something wonderfully appealing about a pretzel shape, and even a pretzel stick.

Truth be told, I prefer them to potato chips, Doritos and tortilla chips.

But, how can you enjoy deliciousness of grain-filled pretzels without overstepping the gluten-free diet? Read More

Nowadays, donuts are just as important in the American diet as coffee. In fact, the two of them go hand-in-hand.

Why do you think Dunkin’ Donuts is as famous for coffee as it is for donuts? You can still sometimes have donuts as a snack or with your morning coffee that look and taste delicious.

Read on to discover your alternatives for having gluten-free donuts. Read More

Have you ever worried about what to do if you throw a birthday party for someone who is allergic to gluten?

How are you going to serve them the traditional, flour-based birthday cake if they cannot have gluten?

This is difficult problem to overcome, especially children who are on the gluten-free diet.

Fortunately, there are several ways to solve this dilemma.
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