Posts Tagged ‘Allergy Free’

Cookbook Review: Family Approved Gluten Free Recipes

If you follow my blog, then you know about Pam Jordan from I’m A Celiac. I have featured her on my blog as one of my favorite gluten free bloggers. She is a go-getter, doer, and recipe developer! I loved finally meeting one of my gluten free blogger friends face to face in April at the […]

Blogger Review: Melanie Pitts Gluten Free Blogger www.hopeskitchen.com

You are not alone in needing to change your diet, we are in this together. And we can all learn from each other. Hope can return to your kitchen. Melanie Pitts with Hopes Kitchen When you meet Melanie face to face she has a gentle soul and sweet spirit about her upon first impression, and […]

Blogger Review: Erica Dermer Gluten Free Blogger www.celiacandthebeast.com

  I guess our motto is “gluten free for life” – because that’s how our condition is – for life! You can’t outgrow celiac and you can’t cure it with a medication (yet). That’s why we have that on our hoodies, so we remember that we can never cheat, and we must embrace celiac disease […]

Blogger Review: Cindy Gordon Vegetarian Food Blogger with GF Fridays www.vegetarianmamma.com

Know your own body.  I am not the food police; I am not here to judge.  We try to create them so they will work for yours.  We used to eat meat so many of our recipes can be easily adapted.  Throw in some chicken, etc! If you see a vegan recipe, know that I have […]

Blogger Review: Lauren Kossack Allergy Free Blogger www.epifamily.com

“Injecting Hope Into The World of Food Allergies & Beyond   I want to give other families hope that they to can live a normal, fun life with food allergies.  Once you accept it and learn how to manage the allergies, then you can live a fun, normal {well a new normal} life and enjoy all the foods […]

Blogger Review: Keeley McGuire Gluten Free Food Blogger www.keeleymcguire.com

“Food can be fun for kids with food allergies.  It’s so true. Just because our kids have food allergies or an intolerance doesn’t mean they should feel left out. By making their food fun, they can feel special and be proud of their lunches. Who cares if they can’t eat the “mystery meat” from the cafeteria, […]

Celiac Awareness Month

In honor of Celiac Awareness Month you will be seeing my favorite allergy friendly food bloggers featured here on the blog. I can not express how excited I am to share these lovely women with you and I hope you start following them so you allergy friendly tool box can be that much more prepared. […]

GFGB Travel: Gluten Free Allergy Free Expo Chicago, IL

I had the complete honor to be a part of the Glutenfree Allergy Free Expo Media Team in Chicago this year. To say the least, I am feeling very swagalicious. I am looking forward to reviewing some of these new gluten free and allergy free products and can’t wait to share them with you. Make sure you […]