Gluten Free All Day

A Gluten Free Blog by Chef Eli G

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Teriyaki Foods Made Easy

I’m so thankful for the La Choy Teriyaki Marinade – gluten free. It’s so simple to make a delicious dinner these days.

Simply pour some over a chicken breast and roast it in the over covered for 25-30 minutes and your golden. Try some teriyaki salmon by pouring over a piece of salmon and baking covered or 15 minutes

They carry it at Walmart for a decent price like $2 or less!

Definitely a gluten free must have at all times in the pantry.

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Graham Cracker Crumbs

If you ever wanted a good cheesecake or sweet pie, it must have bothered you not to find those pre-made pie crusts in the store. At least you can now make them easily with these graham cracker crumbs and some melted butter.

In all honesty, I used to by their animal cookies graham cracker and grind them up myself. I guess they became smarter and started selling them already crumbled for me.

Kinnikinnick definitely has some great gluten free products on the market. Say for example the k-toos cookies, pizza crusts and more.

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Pizza Crust Review – Udi’s

So I found this crust to be great for thin crust lovers like myself. It gets nice and crispy even without a pizza stone and bakes rather quickly. It can also withstand lots of toppings without falling apart.

The price is the most expensive that I’ve found this far at $5.99 for 2 at Sprouts Farmers Market. They used to carry it at Walmart for a dollar less, but I haven’t seem it in a few months.

Definitely worth to stock up on when their on sale!

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Favorite Gluten Free Snack

I happened upon this delicacy while shopping at HomeGoods one day.

Very hard to find but most definitely worth the search. I’ve only found it once more since then.

It’s a crispy rice wafer / cigar roll filled with a yummy chocolate gooey center.

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Whole Foods Gluten Free Pizza

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So I have been trying several different brands of Gluten Free pizza crusts. I want to compare price vs. taste.
These crusts from Whole Foods are $3.99 for 2 individuals. They are par-cooked and bake pretty quickly.
Overall I would score these 4.5 of 5 for both price and taste.
I made 2 variations of this pizza.
A veggie pizza with Broccoli, Tomatoes, Mushrooms, Black Olives & Jalapenos
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This second pizza I tried with just Mushrooms
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New Gluten Free Purchases – Gonna Be Lots of Fun!

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Here are some Gluten Free stuff I bought to start trying some good home recipes!
1) Gluten Free Flour Mixture $5.50 @biglots
2) Guar Gum to replace the gluten $3.99 @wholefoods
I will keep you posted with more info soon!

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Pizza That Tastes Good & It’s Gluten Free!

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This is my Kinnikinnick personal pizza madness!
Tomato Sauce, Mozzarella Cheese, Sliced Black Olives, Diced Plum Tomato, Sliced White Button Mushrooms, Diced Jalapenos, Ground Black Pepper & Shredded Parmesan Cheese.
Baked for 15 minutes in a 375 oven to perfection.

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My Favorite Gluten Free Pizza Crust – Store Bought

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They carry these delicious creatures at Fry’s supermarket
$7.99 for 4 mini crusts

They are the best resemblance of a real pizza – fluffy, crunchy, and great texture

My favorite pizza toppings are: black olives, tomatoes, mushrooms, broccoli, and feta cheese
What are your favorite toppings?

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