Share

cover art for Gift Ideas Part 2

Gluten Free News

Gift Ideas Part 2

Season 1, Ep. 1118

Little GF Chefs has developed scrumptious baking kits that are gluten-free, without artificial dyes, and free of the most prevalent food allergens like nuts, soy, eggs, and dairy. Their goal is to encourage and enhance self-esteem through enjoyable baking experiences.


Kits come in a variety of options, including Unicorn Donuts, soft pretzel bites, and gingerbread houses, and are perfect for any season or just for some daily fun.

Visit Little GF Chefs to shop!


ModifyHealth is an answer to prayers: an ALL gluten free prepared meals company! All meals arrive frozen and are simply heat and eat. Their focus is nutritiously balanced meals developed by a dietician, and everything they offer is gluten free, organic, and non-GMO. They have a great variety to choose from, too - perfect for when food fatigue sets in from eating the same meals over and over.


Gluten Free meals from ModifyHealth are perfect when you need something quick and can be easily stored in a dorm freezer. I was able to stack quite a few without using much freezer real estate. First-time orders get a nice discount too.

Visit Modify Health to sign up!


More episodes

View all episodes

  • 1157. Something ALL Doctors Treating Celiac Could Use

    03:06
    On today's Celiac Project Podcast:Mike and Cam are excited to welcome back Vanessa Weisbrod to the podcast. Vanessa discusses her new position at the Celiac Disease Foundation (CDF), where she is the Chief Education and Community Engagement Officer. Vanessa has hit the ground running and shares many of the exciting plans, programs and initiatives that she is working on at CDF. Included in the topics covered are Vanessa's vision for the future of celiac thought leaders, tackling food insecurity on a larger scale, and some of the hurdles that we face trying to change and reform gluten free labeling for food and drugs.Lisen to the full episode here: https://celiacprojectpodcast.libsyn.com
  • 1156. Is it Celiac, IBS or SIBO?

    02:17
    Webinar: Is it Celiac Disease and Something Else, or Something Else Entirely? SIBO, IBS, and Other Intestinal DisordersFeb 29, 2024 01:00 PM ETOther than active celiac disease due to gluten exposure, there are many reasons for ongoing symptoms, including food intolerances, small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), diet changes, co-existing or inflammatory diseases, and diseases that are unrelated to celiac disease. Join a panel of expert to discuss. Speakers will present on selected topics for 60 minutes, followed by 15 minutes for Q&A, on Thursday, February 29, 2024 from 1- 2:15 pm ET.Register here: https://partners.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_VtAHb6JPQ3Gb7MH5mXs0ig#/registration
  • 1155. Gluten in Cleaning Products, Does it Matter?

    02:43
    Should you be concerned about gluten in cleaning products? There may be some things you didn't think about!Here are some helpful related articles:Do I have to use gluten-free skin and body care products?I am looking for body lotions and hair spray, shampoos, conditioners and mousse that are gluten free. Can you help me?Are gluten-free skin and body products important for people with celiac disease?
  • 1153. NEW: Gluten Free Donut Holes at Trader Joes

    01:47
    NEW at Trader Joes: Gluten Free Chocolate Donut HolesThese two-bite-sized Chocolate Donut Holes are covered in a sugary Glaze. Yet unlike the classic, they are dairy free and gluten free (the latter status earned thanks to a blend of tapioca starch, rice flour, and corn starch).They should be hitting the stores shelves any day. Let me know if you find them!
  • 1151. Super Bowl Food Ideas

    02:46
    Who's ready for some football? Here's a collection of appetizers and snacks, including a recipe for my family's favorite dip.GF Jules has tons of recipes on her site for party food: https://gfjules.com/recipes/gluten-free-party-recipes/What are your favorite Super Bowl foods? Please share at contact@baltimoreglutenfree.com
  • 1150. Food Hacks for Traveling

    03:07
    On today's Celiac Project Podcast:Cam is on the move again and his first trip in 2024 is snowboarding in Colorado! He decided to head back there after ending the year on a bit of a sour note. But on this trip he got back on his feet and, as usual, finds some gems to eat and drink and also shares some travel tips to stay safe and cut costs while shredding on the slopes!Listen to the full episode here: https://celiacprojectpodcast.libsyn.com
  • 1149. Celebrate Mardi Gras with Gluten Free Beignets

    02:07
    It's just a few weeks a way so why not get ready for Mardi Gras with some delicious gf beignets! GF Jules shares the recipe she perfected. She gets rave reviews from discerning critics: https://gfjules.com/recipes/beignets/