No Bow Needed on these Christmas Presents

by | Dec 28, 2011 | Products | 1 comment

Now on to the gluten-free stuff.  .  .

I discovered several gluten-free products over the holidays.  Crunch Master crackers now come in a variety pack (available at Costco).  The variety has some fantastic crackers.  They went faster with my gluten-eating friends than the gluten-filled crackers.

As a member of a very Polish family, kielbasa is served at almost every holiday function.  And for nearly two years, I have not eaten it, being afraid of what gluten may be hidden in the mix.  But, my aunt gave me a wonderful Christmas gift: a call to Kilgus (located on Laskey near Secor).  Kilgus makes all of their kielbasa gluten-free! 

Another gluten-free discovery made over the holidays: Kroger’s prepackaged beef lunch meat is gluten-free.  I realize this sounds rather boring.  But, it is a key ingredient in my grandmother’s beef role ups.  A family favorite that involves beef lunch meat, cream cheese, green onions and garlic powder.  I have not had them in two years, so after making the gluten-free discovery, I had more than my fair share.

Friends and family were wonderful about trying to have gluten-free food.  My mom does wonders with making her chocolate velvet cheese cake gluten-free.   One friend, who was in charge of dessert went to Organic Bliss and got a big box filled with wonderful gluten-free baked goods for everyone.  Awesome!!  In that box, I found a peanut butter chocolate brownie.   I am not sure how I had not made that discovery sooner.  It was so good!!!!!!

I hope everyone had wonderful gluten-free meals over the holidays! 

Wishing you great food and happy tummies,


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  1. Those peanut butter brownies are to die for, they need to have them more often!