Attending your first wedding since your celiac diagnosis? It’s often easiest to bring your own gluten free food, and these tips and tricks will help you have a relaxing time at the wedding! Continue reading Celiac 101: Staying Gluten Free at Weddings
Not sure how to cut a mango?! A mango hedgehog is certainly one cute way. Learn how to dice your fruit in this quick blog post! (Video included) Continue reading How to Make a Mango Hedgehog
Top 5 gluten and dairy free recipes of 2015. Many are vegan too. Recipes included! Continue reading Top 5 Gluten Free Recipes of 2015
This November there are many magical happenings in Disney World. I’ll be running the Wine and Dine Half in Disney World and Super Heroes Avengers Half in Disneyland during the second and third weekends of November. Then, the following weekend (November 22), the Food Allergy and Celiac Convention will be at Disney World! While I won’t be there, the Food Allergy and Celiac Convention is an event … Continue reading Magical Monday: Coming to Disney This November
Road tripping is actually my FAVORITE way to travel with celiac disease. I don’t need to worry about airports, arriving at locations that cannot accommodate my dietary requests, or any of that hustle and bustle. Instead, when I road trip the control is in my hands. And, hopefully, I don’t get a flat tire. Here are a few of my favorite “Rules of the Road.” … Continue reading How to Road Trip with Celiac Disease
Last week I ended my road trip with the Sunrise Ascent Up Mount Washington, an annual fundraiser for a non-profit, Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country. We had beautiful weather, perfect for all the athletes. Moreover, Tyler Walker and Laurie Stephen (two amazing paralympians) completed the climb unassisted. As you can see in the video below, it was a pretty awesome weekend! Now, to the FOOD! … Continue reading The Tinfoil Solution
I have a new go-to snack. Yes, it was designed for KIDS! Although, I must admit, my friends and I think that pulling apart our own fruit rope is pretty cool too. So, let’s meet the Clif Kid ZFruit Rope (& ZFruit + Veggie Rope). I first ran into these products when I was heading out on my road trip. They’re perfect when you’re on the go because they’re individually wrapped and … Continue reading Clif Kid ZFruit- A Celiac Win!
Variety is the spice of life. And, within the celiac and allergy friendly world, we’re always looking for new food, recipes, etc. to brighten up what could be a mundane diet (at first!). Quick Celiac Tip: For more information, recipes, etc. try searches with celiac and coeliac, since they bring up different results! I even venture as far as to use a google.co.uk search and a google.com search … Continue reading Celiac & Coeliac Around the World!
Last week, as I sat on the mountainside of Colorado, I read gf and me’s gluten free beef stew post. My mouth watered from the first picture until the very last word of her post. She even placed her beef stew in a homemade bread bowl! (Go read her recipe, it rocks!). Now, when I returned home from Colorado, I went to my freezer to thaw out … Continue reading 1… 2… 3… Fast Chili in a Bread Bowl!
Today, I had the joy of cooking a double batch of my favorite gluten free dessert… Cookie Dough Balls! For my new followers, you can read all about them and other recipes under the Recipes tab. What turned out to be a Cookie Dough Extravaganza, simply began as a thank you gift. Basically once I began cooking, I realized I should probably make some for … Continue reading A Few of My Favorite Things: PackIt Lunch Bags