Frontier Bites- Bite sized Granola Clusters full of gluten free goodness!
Christmas in July
At least that is what it felt like when my Love with Food Gluten Free Subscription Box July 2016 came! I am a sucker for anything in the mail, and packages I can open have me even more excited! I just love all the individually sized goodies. They are so great to throw in my purse or diaper bag, so that I’m never left hungry!
If you like to try out new products, without spending a fortune, than check out Love with Food’s Gluten Free Subscription June Box!
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Love with Food
The name says it all. I am most definitely in love with food. I love nothing more than trying out new things. Since being diagnosed with Celiac it is a bit more difficult. Subscription boxes like Love with Food are a big help. You can get a Love with Food Gluten-Free Box for 50% of this month and it includes a subscription to Good Housekeeping!
Perfect for a quick meal, this Boulder Organic Soup Review focuses on two of their delicious flavors!Product was received in exchange for this review. All opinions are my own.
Boulder Organic Soup Review
Boulder Organic offers a gluten free, organic choice for busy families who want delicious soup in a hurry. Founded in Boulder Colorado, they offer 14 different varieties of soup, created with whole food ingredients. When I first looked at the ingredients I was shocked to recognize everything on the label. No preservatives, no words I couldn’t understand, just straight forward, organic ingredients, the kind I would use to make myself, only being able to buy it at the store was definitely much easier! Even though we live in South Florida, we also enjoy a nice bowl of soup, especially with a gluten free sandwich- soup and sandwiches has always been a favorite of mine.
Get the deliciousness of Jewel’s Bakery and Cafe at home!I was provided product in exchange for this review. All opinions are my own.
If you are lucky enough to live in Phoenix, Arizona, then perhaps you have had the luxury of visiting Jewel’s Bakery and Cafe, an all gluten free restaurant. I have spent more time than I care to admit drooling over their pictures on Instagram. Everything from gluten free waffles and fried chicken, to donuts and eclairs, I dream of one day eating there.
I haven’t yet made it out to Arizona, but fortunately I didn’t have to. Jewel’s has now taken some of their most popular baked goods and turned them into easy to make at home mixes. I was beyond excited to try them out. In addition to the chocolate chip cookie, cornbread, brownie, pancake, and all purpose flour mixes, I was also sent this cookie:
The Piping Gourmets make delicious gluten free, vegan and kosher Whoopie Pies!
The Piping Gourmets
Founders Leslie and Carolyn began The Piping Gourmets and production of their delicious Whoopie Pies to fill a void that they saw in the gluten free dessert market. Locally based out of Miami, the desserts are not only gluten free (yay!), but also vegan, kosher, and non-gmo. With a variety of flavors, these individually wrapped whoopie pies are a game changer.
Gluten Free Girl Scout Cookies are now available! Buttery cookies filled with toffee bits.
Gluten Free Girl Scout Cookies
The cry for gluten free girl scout cookies has been answered! Ok, so it may have been answered a year or two ago, but this is the first chance I’ve had to try these Toffee-Tastic cookies. It is not for lack of trying. I have looked. Every time I see the girl scouts out in front of a store, I stop, but no one has them. Last night, fate shone down upon me. I met a girl scout who was selling the gluten free girl scout cookies at my gluten free support group.
When BFree Foods contacted me to try out some samples of their gluten-free bread products I was extremely excited. I absolutely love trying out new products. It was not a brand I was familiar with, but after some research I saw that their products are currently available in Europe and just beginning to make their way into the United States.
The great thing about BFree gluten-free bread products is that not only is it all gluten-free, it is dairy-free, egg-free, soy-free, and nut-free, and non-gmo. There are also low sugar and high fiber options available. Bread, wraps, bagels and dinner rolls, there is something for everyone!
All the products have a long shelf life and are best stored in the freezer until use.
The Dinner Time Battle
I don’t know about you, but my number one enemy in getting myself organized is the kitchen. It is not that I don’t like to cook, but no matter what I have tried, I just can’t seem to get the everyday meal planning together. Sure we will eat one or two good meals at the beginning of the week (these are the fantastic ones like Arroz con Pollo that you see on this blog), but by the end of the week dishes are piled up and my husband is telling me (after we eat hot dogs and rice for the 3rd night),
It is like I’m living at a college frat house.
Not exactly what you want to hear from your husband.
Delicious macaroons in a variety of fun flavors, all for a cause!
Baking with purpose.
There is a new gluten-free baking company in town. When I was contacted by Miami is Kind, I was very excited. There are not a lot of gluten-free bakeries in Miami, and macaroons are delicious! Once I learned more about the bakery, my excitement grew. Founder Silvia Planas-Prats is out to do more than provide the world with delicious, gluten-free macaroons. She is out to create a social revolution by providing opportunities for young adults with autism and other disabilities to hold gainful employment.
Silvia is originally from Spain and relocated to Miami to find better opportunities for her son, who has autism. After fighting her way through the education system to give him the best opportunities available, she realized that once he left the education system, there were little to no opportunities for him. She has set out to change that.