Posts tagged gluten intolerant
I was meeting an old school friend for lunch while visiting Auckland for a friends wedding and came across Constant Cravings in Epsom (on the Coeliac New Zealand website). The blurb mentioned that they offer a number of gluten free options including sweet and savoury muffins, pumpkin, date, ginger & maple syrup scones, slices, friands, salads, risotto cakes, frittata, and quiches.
When I arrived I asked the ladies what was gluten free and they said everything but the sandwich. I was so excited but there were so many options it was hard to choose. In the end I decided on the pumpkin More >
I love the concept of Skinny Cow ice cream being the sweet tooth that I am. Not only is it great that there are 125 calories or less per sundae and 100 calories or less per ice cream stick, but the fact that they come portion controlled (as putting an entire tub of ice cream in front of me is very very dangerous!).
I have tried the vanilla caramel, english toffee and double chocolate sundaes. I expected to prefer the caramel and english toffee sundaes as I always choose caramel over chocolate (even with McDonald’s sundaes… crazy I know!). However I have More >
I was lucky enough to receive a sample of my very own blend of muesli from MuesliMixer, a company which allows you to create your own customised muesli from over 55 ingredients.
I had heard of MuesliMixer before but never got around to designing and ordering my own muesli. However with the lack of good gluten free muesli’s around this seemed like a great idea.
MuesliMixer has two types of gluten free bases, free and c’crunchy (rice puffs, rice flakes and sunflower seeds with a pinch of cinnamon) and free and tasty (rice flakes, puffed amaranth and buckwheat) and a number of More >
There are a number of products I eat/trial on a regular basis that don’t really warrant an entire blog post so I have decided to have a monthly product wrap-up.
This month I thought I’d run through a couple of products that I eat on a daily basis.
1. Country Life Low GI bread
Bread is one thing that never seems to be the same when it is gluten free, however luckily for all the coeliacs and gluten intolerant people out there, there are a couple of companies that have produced some breads which are getting closer. One of More >