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Posts tagged: bread

GoPicnic Meals

Ok, so full disclosure, calling these GoPicnics a meal may stretch it, but they definitely serve as a good snack, especially for lunches, travel, or field trips.  We found these multi-packs recently at BJs.  We have also seen them in individual packages too. So what do you get?  They do come in a variety.  You […]

Friday October 3rd, 2014 in , , , , , , , , | No Comments »

Aldi’s Weekly Ad

We opened the Aldi’s ad in yesterday’s News and Observer, and were shocked to see Aldi’s new line of gluten free products prominently displayed.  It seems they had good luck with their cake mixes awhile back (click here), so they expanded their line.  We do mean expanded.  While we did not go to a store […]

Thursday September 25th, 2014 in , , , , , , , , , , | No Comments »

Gluten Free Pizelles

Growing up in the North, ethnic food was a staple of life.  Living outside Pittsburgh, you had your Italian section, your German section, your Polish section, etc, etc.  One of the best things of all those groups–the food!  One thing I ate a lot growing up were pizzelles.  Think a waffle cone that never gets […]

Raleigh’s Artsplosure Festival

The family went to the Lemur IMAX movie yesterday at Marbles.  Afterward, we decided to walk around the Artsplosure festival, as it is right in Moore Square, bordering Marbles (Click here for Raleigh Cel-Kids Map).  Like most of you, when we attend festivals, carnivals, and fairs, we bring lots of gf snacks, as you never […]

Sunday May 18th, 2014 in , , , , , , , | No Comments »

Gluten Free Yehuda Matzo Crackers

Always interesting to think of Celiacs of certain religions and nationalities.  I always wonder about things like Irish at St. Patrick’s Day, and other things, but especially Jewish Celiacs.  While shopping at Wal*Mart recently, we found these gf matzo ‘style’ crackers.  Pretty interesting.  Of course it clearly states ‘not a replacement for matzo at the […]

Gluten Free Manischewitz Cake Mixes

With all the Spring holidays approaching, we focus on just the Celiac part of things, without thoughts to foods that may be Kosher for those celebrating Passover.  While on a recent trip to Kroger, we found a large variety of Kosher gluten free products from Manischewitz.  From gluten free cake mixes to gluten free crackers, […]

Bold Organics Pizza

When you travel with Celiacs, you definitely need to bring lots of your own products.  You never know if the area you travel to will have gluten free items, so you want to play it safe.  In a previous  post I mentioned I spent the past two weekends with each daughter at Camp Seafarer in […]

Wednesday April 16th, 2014 in , , , , , , , , | No Comments »

GF Breton Crackers

Ok, just wow here.  I purposely waited until after April Fools’ Day, to make sure you all believed me on this one.  While I stopped at the Lowes’ Foods on 401 in Rolesville recently, I just cruised the cracker/cookie aisle looking for something for a party.  I saw the Breton Gluten Free crackers, but my […]

Thursday April 3rd, 2014 in , , , , , , , , | No Comments »

Toufayan Wraps

What a surprising find.  Just happened to cruise the baked goods area of Food Lion recently, and saw piles of both of these Toufayan gluten free wraps.  I had to pick them up, as we love making wraps for dinners and lunches.  Toufayan makes a variety of gluten wraps and pita bread and more, but […]

Friday March 28th, 2014 in , , , , , | No Comments »

Nathan’s Hot Dogs

For a long time, we could find good gluten free hot dogs for our girls. Good thing, as that’s pretty much all our oldest wants to eat. We like Hebrew National best, but Sabrett, Kunzler, Dietz and Watson (BJs brand), and Applegate all come clearly marked gluten free.  We can add Nathan’s to that list.  Yes, […]

Tuesday March 4th, 2014 in , , , , , | No Comments »