Granola Bars

Featured Recipe

Granola Bars


Great for breakfast or an afternoon snack, this Gluten-Free Granola Bar recipe contains nutritious ingredients for a healthy energy bar. Make your own signature bar by adding your favorite dried fruit, nuts, seeds or spices.

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  • Veggie Quiche with Polenta Crust


    Quiche is a wonderful choice for a make-ahead breakfast or brunch. Most chopped vegetables and meat like ham or bacon go well in this breakfast pie. Use whatever ingredients you prefer or happen to have on hand.

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  • Artichoke and White Bean Dip

    Casein-Free/Dairy Free

    This dairy-free dip is like hummus on steroids. It tickles your taste buds with every bite. Try it with raw veggie sticks, gluten-free pita chips or flatbreads or spread it on gluten- free wraps and sandwiches.

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  • Chocolate Maple Sunflower Squares


    A combo of rich maple flavor, dark chocolate and coconut sugar adds just the right blend of natural sweetness. This gluten-free Chocolate Maple Sunflower Squares recipe can be made with egg replacement.

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  • Teff Pumpernickel Bread


    This bread has a chewy texture and plenty of fiber and nutrients. Don’t be tempted to omit the coffee. You won’t taste it but it is intrinsic to the pumpernickel taste. For a special treat, warm a slice in a 325° toaster oven and smear it with orange marmalade or...

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  • Gluten & Migraine

    Karen Schmucker knows when a migraine is coming. Flashing specs of white light suddenly appear, gradually crowding her entire field of vision. This light show—known as an aura—ends after 15 minutes. Then the pain hits. “It feels like someone is slowly pulling on a nerve inside my head,” says Schmucker, a graphic designer from Bellevue, Washington. “It’s not the worst pain in terms of intensity but I feel like I’m going to lose my mind if I can’t stop it. And then there’s the nausea.” Smells, light and noise exacerbate the pain and nausea, forcing her to ride it out in a dark room with an ice pack pressed to her head.

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    Visit Portland!

    Portland, Oregon: Birkenstock-wearing, fleece-clad, vegan hikers. Bespeckled hipster architects. Politically correct, naked bike-riding protesters. This caricature of Portland—evidenced on the hit show Portlandia—is lovingly embraced by this free-thinking town. Over the past decade, Portland has also gained a well deserved reputation of being a hangout for the most conscientious foodies—vegans, locavores, farm-to-table, sustainable, gluten-free, food-allergic…you name it. Here are some of Portland’s attractions and some favorite places to eat.

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    Telling a Restaurant You’ve Been Glutened

    Posted August 19, 2014

    Within minutes of eating the pasta dish at your local gluten-free Italian joint, you feel queasy. And then the stomach pains hit. And you run to the bathroom. You’ve finally figured it out...

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    Gluten-Free Dining In Airports

    Posted August 13, 2014

    On my recent trip to San Jose, I was surprised and delighted to see that one of the kiosks in the airport called out their gluten-free offerings. I often scroll through endless airport websites to...

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    Independence Day: Gluten Freedom

    Posted August 12, 2014

    Last month we celebrated Independence Day, aka the Fourth of July, marking the day the Declaration of Independence was signed.  That historical document paved the way for a democracy that has...

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