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September 15, 2014

10 Gluten Free Bloggers That You Need To Follow!

I've been blogging for just over 2 years now and have connected with so many great bloggers! Even though I'm a blogger doesn't mean I don't take part in reading other's blogs. As a teenager I'm usually pretty selective of what I find interesting and who I enjoy to read from. I haven't been as engaged with blogging lately since I've been very busy with school, my senior year, etc. So if you ever feel like venturing out to some other blogs, here's a list of my top 10 favorite gluten-free bloggers that I read and that you should follow too!

September 12, 2014

Gluten Free Stadiums And Ballparks List (MLB, NBA, & NFL) 2014 - 2015 Season

Like most guys I love sports. Watching football, basketball, and sometimes baseball is something I love to do. It's pretty easy to do from the comfort of home when you have all the gluten-free food you can eat, but going to an actual game is much more different. That's why I looked up every venue to see which stadiums have gluten-free options and which do not for the 2014-2015 season. I hope this is helpful to many of you as fall fast approaches!

September 8, 2014

Gluten Free Sweet Potato Biscuits {Pamela's Product}

Fall is surprisingly coming up fast and it's always one of my favorite times of the year! I always love the change in seasons and when it starts to get a little cooler but unfortunately I live in Florida so I don't get to see much change in weather. None the less, I always get into the fall season when it comes to food. I love everything pumpkin and all the fall recipes so I thought I'd share this recipe a little bit early from Pamela's Products! They are one of my favorite brands and have tons of great flours and blends. The one I used for this recipe was the biscuit and scone mix and it definitely turned out great. It includes both a non dairy free and dairy free version so feel free to choose whichever is best for you!

September 5, 2014

Why You Shouldn't Criticize Others For How They Eat Gluten Free

The Evolution of a Gluten Free Lifestyle
Everyone who is gluten-free has gone through the process of learning how to adjust to the gluten free lifestyle in their own way. Most of us who have Celiac went through the stages of grief  - shock/denial, pain, anger, depression/loneliness, the upwards turn, reconstruction and working through then acceptance and hope. Going from the traditional lifestyle of eating normally to a lifestyle with strict guidelines based on the wellness of our entire being is tough to take on. It’s something that takes time to work through and I believe that everyone goes through an evolution when being diagnosed with Celiac Disease or a gluten intolerance. With all the negativity towards others lately, I think it's important to understand that not everyone is at the same point you are and that everyone is going through this process in their own way.

September 2, 2014

Gluten Free Pumpkin Pineapple Carrot Breakfast Loaf {Top 8 Allergen Free}

For the GlutenAway Virtual Expo back in July, we had a lot of great companies involved. If you attended I'm sure you got to see tons of great companies involved and learn about a lot of new gluten-free products. One of my favorite products from this expo that I discovered happened to be Wholesome Chow Mixes. All mixes are gluten-free and free of the Top 8 Allergens! Not only are they free of those allergens but they also make amazing breads and cakes like no other. One of the things I got to make with the mixes was this recipe for a Gluten-free Pumpkin Pineapple Carrot Breakfast Loaf. It's amazing and super soft to make fore breakfast. Not to mention, it's pretty easy to make too which is something I always try to share on my blog. Make sure to check out Wholesome Chow Mixes and to try out this recipe too!

August 29, 2014

5 Tips For Kids/Teens With Food Allergies Going Back To School (From a Teenage Perspective)

Since school has started, many kids with food allergies have to face a lot going back to school. It's already overwhelming enough to go back to school no matter what age you are but I know having food allergies can make it much harder as well. I only went to an actual school for 2 years while being gluten-free. There's a lot to encounter like allergy bullying, trying to figure what to eat, dealing with teachers or people who bring in food for the class. Either way, having allergies during the school year can be difficult. That's why I wanted to share 5 tips to for kids to read or for parents to share with their kids to help make their back to school year experience better while living with food allergies.

August 25, 2014

Wicked Good Cupcakes Review (A Gluten Free Idea For School Parties)

Since school is already underway for most of you and your kids, school parties usually become an issue for those who are gluten-free. I personally never had to deal with being gluten-free during school parties because I was undiagnosed at the time, but I understand it is a very difficult situation that can make kids with food allergies feel left out. I wanted to find an easy and delicious gluten-free product that can be brought to these school parties to help your child feel apart of the group! After a bunch of research and a little help from the GlutenAway Expo, I discovered Wicked Good Cupcakes as a great option for bringing your own gluten-free treat to a school party. This is my review of their product to help show that this can be a great alternative to make your child feel included at one of these parties or any special occasion.

August 22, 2014

The Best Ever Gluten Free Mac & Cheese {Dairy Free}

Since going gluten-free I've had a hard time finding easy recipes for some of my favorite foods as a kid. Going gluten-free is hard enough...but having to go dairy free on top of that is even harder. I know there are tons of great pre-made gluten-free macaroni and cheese brands out there but I have yet to find one that is dairy free. That's why my mom and I decided to make our own! This recipe is both gluten-free and dairy free plus it's one of the easiest recipes you can make. Be careful because you'll probably become addicted like me!