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GlutenFreeTiffany

Tiffany is a gluten-free foodie who writes about restaurants, products, and news in the gluten-free community. She works closely with several celiac groups, both locally and nationally, for celiac and gluten-free awareness. She is the Group Chairperson for the Boulder County Celiacs and a... Full Bio
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Sun Rose Cafe, Longmont, CO by GlutenFreeTiffany Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I have had 2 great meals at Sun Rose Cafe this week. I had the tuna melt panini with Boulder chips, the Italian veggie soup, and the smoked turkey BLT on a GF bread (from ... Read on »
WOW chocolate chip cookies by GlutenFreeTiffany Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Another product that I was able to try at the Whole Food Gluten-Free Week (this past week at the Boulder-Pearl location) was WOW chocolate chip cookies. With the exception ... Read on »
New gluten-free menu at Outback Steakhouse by GlutenFreeTiffany Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Small changes, updates, etc. Thought it was cool They still don’t have prices listed, but I figure that is because the same gf menu goes to every location. ... Read on »
French Meadow Bakery Gluten-free Pizza Crust by GlutenFreeTiffany Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease French Meadow Bakery sent me a couple of items to sample, and I am really enjoying my goodies. We had pizza for dinner tonight, and the French Meadow Bakery Pizza crusts w ... Read on »
King Arthur Pancake Mix: BIG hit with nut-free family! by GlutenFreeTiffany Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I was recently sent a couple of King Arthur Flour mixes to sample and review. I held a contest on my Denver Gluten-Free Food Examiner Facebook Page for celiac awareness ... Read on »
Do you miss KitKats? by GlutenFreeTiffany Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I was never a big fan of Kit-Kat bars, but I did enjoy the crunch from time to time. I had the opportunity to sample Glutino Chocolate covered vanilla wafer cookies at Who ... Read on »
Crunchmaster multi-seed crackers by GlutenFreeTiffany Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I was sent the crunchmaster original flavor crackers to sample and really liked them, but fell in love with the brand at Whole Foods during gluten-free week (Boulder-Pearl ... Read on »
King Arthur Flour: Chocolate cake mix by GlutenFreeTiffany Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I got a box of cake mix to sample and baked it to share with friends and coworkers. It was a fantastic cake! The texture was somewhat dense, but not in a bad way. It was t ... Read on »
Win gluten-free goodies for a year! by GlutenFreeTiffany Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease French Meadow Bakery is having a recipe contest and 2 grand prize winners will get a years supply of French Meadow Bakery goodies, plus a huge gift card! This is an amazin ... Read on »
Glutino Chocolate Chip Cookies by GlutenFreeTiffany Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I’m not a fan. I don’t know what it was, but there was some flavor that I really didn’t like. It almost tasted like really strong artificial sweetener. I had my mom try on ... Read on »
Glutino Chocolate Covered Pretzels by GlutenFreeTiffany Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Another product that I received to review was Glutino Chocolate Covered Pretzels. I was a little bummed when I first opened the bag because all of the pretzels were melted ... Read on »
Glutino Strawberry Breakfast Bars by GlutenFreeTiffany Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I was asked to review a couple of products for MamboSprouts.com and started with Glutino Gluten-Free Strawberry Breakfast Bars. I am honestly shocked by how good these are ... Read on »
Country Life Vitamins are Certified Gluten-free by GlutenFreeTiffany Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease While I must admit that I take GNC vitamins (which are labeled gluten-free) I am very impressed that Country Life vitamins are actually certified gluten-free! It takes a l ... Read on »
Um, ew? by GlutenFreeTiffany Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I don’t like to write about foods that I don’t like, because who needs bad press? But sometimes you have to say “Look, I really didn’t like that” and let other people know ... Read on »
Life is sweet by GlutenFreeTiffany Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I got a “Sweet” tatto a couple of years ago. It is an inside joke with my sister-in-law in reference to the movie Dude, Where’s My Car. If you get it, then you get it. I a ... Read on »
Beware SPAM emails! by GlutenFreeTiffany Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Beware SPAM emails that look like they come from your bank, but are actually “phishing” for your login and password information. I got such an email today (see pics) and c ... Read on »
Weekend at Homestead Crater, Utah by GlutenFreeTiffany Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease We went to Homestead Crater (Midway, Utah) to scuba dive in the craters natural hot springs and get our open water scuba certification. It was a blast! We had a fanta ... Read on »
Today I am sad by GlutenFreeTiffany Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Today I am sad. I was waiting to hear about a job that I really wanted. Gastro is my passion, especially because of my own experience with celiac disease. I applied for a ... Read on »
GF Mac and Cheese at King Soopers by GlutenFreeTiffany Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I found Annie’s AND DeBoles gluten-free mac and cheese (in the box) at King Soopers in Longmont. I hve been ordering them from Amazon so I could get a good price, but this ... Read on »
Great GF chicken at CostCo by GlutenFreeTiffany Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Southern Fried Chicken lunch meat from Costco. Yum! Read on »