By Paige Brady, June 12, 2014
I never wanted my daughter’s wheat sensitivity to keep her from experiencing all the joys and trials of summer camp. From packing the right snacks to getting chummy with the resident mess hall cook, here are some tips and tricks from a mom who’s hiked the path.
By Megan Myers, April 25, 2014
When I host a brunch, I like to serve dishes that will please everyone in the crowd. It doesn’t make sense to do double the cooking when there are so many delicious gluten free, vegetarian options!
By Molly Siegler, November 23, 2013
It’s time to get your holiday bake on and the treat train won’t stop until the end of the year. If you’re sensitive to gluten or managing celiac disease, there’s no need to forego holiday pies, cookies, breads and muffins.
Gluten-free baking can seem like a pretty tough order, but it’s easier (and more delicious!) than you think.
By Megan Myers, November 15, 2013
It’s easy to get caught up in the whirlwind of turkey, stuffing, pie, rolls, and more pie. If you don’t have to worry about what you eat, planning the Thanksgiving meal is a breeze. But if you have food allergies, sensitivities or follow a special diet, or have guests who do, it can be a challenge finding foods that are suitable, yet still deliciously festive.
By Allison Kociuruba, August 23, 2013
Turn traditional Waldorf salad into a healthy feast using super greens (kale) instead of lettuce, and make a creamy dressing without any mayo!
By Kate Rowe, November 21, 2012
No holiday table is complete without green beans. This simple, delicious and healthy recipe features classic flavors of the season (and won't take up any valuable space in the oven).
By Megan Myers, October 18, 2012
Fall weather is a great invitation to start baking, but many of the treats that define the flavors of the season are pies and other baked goods. If you or your loved ones follow a gluten-free diet, you’ll need to get a little more creative.