Sneaky Sources of Gluten

  You’ve undoubtedly heard that there are many sneaky sources of gluten, such as soy sauce, salad dressings, and soups. Sometimes even the most informed gluten-free folks get sick from products that seem safe (speaking from experience unfortunately). Keep yourself healthy by reading through this list of some of the more obscure foods and items…

Gluten-Free Food for the Big Game

Registered Dietitian, Allison J Stowell, shares four secrets to hosting a successful, gluten-free game day! Planning a menu for Super Bowl or another big game? Game food is always fun, and luckily not that hard to make gluten free. It just takes a few alternative cooking methods, and the right ingredients, to ensure a balanced,…

A Place Where Everything is Gluten Free!

Can you picture walking into a room and being able to eat everything there? If you have celiac disease, gluten sensitivity or food allergies, this image may seem too good to be true, but a place like this really does exist! The Gluten Free & Allergen Friendly Expos, sponsored by Udi’s & Glutino, are the greatest events…

How to Host a Grand Gluten-Free Gathering

Holiday party season is officially upon us! The easiest way to navigate a gluten-free holiday is by taking matters into your own hands– aka playing host/hostess. At FMGF, our families love planning gatherings and concocting decadent gluten-free menus to serve to our relatives and friends throughout the holiday season. Organizing an entire party can seem…

4 Ways to Reduce Food Allergy Stigma for Kids

Jereann Zann (AKA Celiac Mama) shares some great ways to help your children develop positive feelings surrounding their food allergy or intolerance. Do you have any tips to share? Comment below!

Thanksgiving Activities & Traditions

Thanksgiving is all about quality time with loved ones…the delicious food is just a bonus! We’ve rounded up some fun games and meaningful traditions to get the whole family involved. Do you have any Thanksgiving traditions? We’d love to hear about them 🙂 Thanksgiving Mad Libs (printable): My Sister’s Suitcase Watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day…

Up Your Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Game!

Every November, families and friends gather to eat a memorable meal together. While most hosts stick to classic Thanksgiving fare, the following bloggers have come up with some seriously creative dishes. Try incorporating a few into your menu this year and watch your guests marvel! Pumpkin Hummus: Kim’s Cravings Bacon Wrapped Brussels Sprouts: Fit Foodie Finds Thanksgiving…

Gluten Free Dating Tips

Blogger Jessica Hanson shares her top tips for successful dating! Dating with food allergies is hard. I was in a long term relationship when I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease. My diagnosis thankfully brought out the true colors in my then-boyfriend (which is why he is now my ex). So about a year into going…

Less Tricks, More Treats: Tips for a Sweet Gluten Free Halloween

Halloween is the ultimate holiday for kids. Fun costumes, spooky decorations, and unlimited candy… Unless you’re gluten free. Imagine having a huge pile of hard-earned treats in front of you and only being able to eat a fraction of it. If you have a child who always seems to be in this predicament, try a…

Represent Food Allergy Families with FARE’s Teal Pumpkin Project

What’s the best way to make sure that every child, including those with food allergies, enjoys trick-or-treating this Halloween? With most candy being off-limits, this can seem like a daunting task. It turns out, however, that the solution is simple with FARE’s Teal Pumpkin Project! The idea is simple: offer non-food treats as an alternative…

NEW Find Me Gluten Free Features

Is your Find Me Gluten Free app up to date? Install the latest update to see these cool, new features! 1. Updated Business Details Screen You can now easily view where a business is located on a map! Select a business from your search results to access the details screen. Scroll down (below the reviews) and…

Back to School Tips from a Registered Dietitian

Registered Dietitian, Allison J Stowell, shares her back to school “to do” list. As the new school year begins, so does the “here we go again” feeling that any parent feels, and a parent of a child with severe allergies or celiac feels even more. I’ve been there….I am there. I know what it’s like to go…