Whether you’re new to living gluten free or have been successfully navigating the gluten free world for a while, gluten free travel can be a challenge. Every new destination and mode of transportation brings with it hurdles or even seemingly insurmountable road blocks. I’ve been living and traveling gluten free since 1999 (wow, I’m getting
It’s Super Bowl season, and even if you can’t get to the big game, there’s no reason not to celebrate the occasion in the best possible way: with gluten free football cake and cookies! Jules’ Scratch 2-Layer Cake Recipe This gluten free cake is delicious but also remarkably easy to cut and shape into anything
If you are not feeling as happy, healthy and as energetic as you would like — even on a gluten free diet — embrace this as your new year new gluten free lifestyle! No matter how long you’ve been living gluten free, you can probably do better. Everyone gets in a rut sometimes; the new
I don’t know about you, but I’ve been hearing a lot about air fryers lately. It’s pretty intriguing to think you could enjoy all your favorite fried foods without all that oil and fat. If they deliver as promised, what’s not to like about an air fryer for gluten free cooking and baking? … Until
Finding gluten free gifts for foodie friends shouldn’t be any harder than for anyone else, and it’s that time of year again, so I’m here to help! I don’t know about you, but the holidays have really snuck up on me this year – I’m woefully behind on my shopping already, and I know I’ll
It’s that time of year: sunscreen time! Or should I say, gluten free sunscreen time? Experts agree that sun protection should be used to prevent skin cancer, but at the same time, strict sun protection can create other problems, namely vitamin D deficiency. Our bodies form vitamin D on the skin when exposed to natural
Mother’s Day is right around the corner, and if you’re in need of Mother’s Day gluten free recipe ideas, you’ve come to the right place! Twenty-two tried and true gluten free recipe favorite give you plenty of ways to treat mom to something homemade, cheerful, safe and yummy — spoil her (and to my family:
Traveling with celiac, food allergies or dietary restrictions can be a real pain (let’s be honest), but with these 9 easy, tasty gluten free travel tips, your next trip will be a breeze and you won’t go hungry! In fact, I apply these gluten free travel tips to my everyday life in so many ways.
I get a lot of questions about the FODMAP diet: everything from who needs to follow it to what is a Low FODMAP diet anyway? Let me first answer the most frequently asked question: yes! My gfJules Gluten Free All Purpose Flour IS considered Low FODMAP. It contains tapioca, corn, potato and rice: all non-GMO
Of all the categories of gluten-free baking, it might come as a surprise to you that the one that seems to cause the most problems is not bread, but cookies! (Bread is a very close second, though!) Particularly if the cookies must be both gluten-free and dairy-free … and (gasp) … what if they
Shopping for safe gluten free products should have gotten easier after the FDA’s gluten free food labeling rule became final in 2014. As a celiac, I believe it has actually become harder in many ways. When I returned from speaking at The Food Allergy Blogger’s Conference in Denver, Colorado, I sat down to write this post.