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5 Ways To Work Around A Gluten And Dairy Free Diet

Is if trying to eat gluten-free wasn’t enough, now you discover that you have to follow a gluten and dairy free diet! Have no fear: your menu can still be rich in taste and fulfill your need for satisfying foods. Where do you start? All But Gluten™ offers the following five tips to help you cope with eating a gluten and dairy free diet.

#1. Substitute Soy Or Almond Milk For Regular Milk

Enjoy your fave gluten-free cereal or gluten-free granola with milk again: just not regular lactose-laden milk! Most grocery stores now carry several varieties of milk that are not only creamy and delicious, but meet the restrictions of your gluten and dairy free diet. Try almond milk, soy milk, or coconut milk and still enjoy the food combinations you love, without the discomfort that lactose may cause.

#2. No More Cheese? Experiment With New Spices

Yes, we know that not being able to eat cheese is a very sad affair. However, your meals can still be incredibly tasty! Search your grocery store’s spice aisle to find new and exciting spice blends. Visit a gourmet cooking store for even more varied and exotic choices. Many blends exist that are pre-mixed to mimic popular ethnic tastes, such as curry, Asian five spice, Mediterranean, and Greek. Surprise your taste buds, and you may no longer even miss cheese!

#3. Seek Out Frozen Fruit Bars As Part Of A Gluten And Dairy Free Diet

Unfortunately, ice cream is out when you’re following a gluten and dairy free diet. Don’t despair, however. You can still fulfill your frozen food fantasies with frozen fruit bars and fruit popsicles. If you don’t enjoy the sugary popsicles of your youth, there are now fancy fruit popsicles that contain real pieces of fruit. These are sure to satisfy those ice cream cravings!

#4. Stumped On Main Courses? Stick To Basics

Meal planning doesn’t have to be more difficult on a gluten and dairy free diet. Focus your main courses around the standard protein, starch, and veggie combination, and you’ll be pleasantly satisfied. Many people are surprised that they can still eat rice and potatoes on a gluten and dairy free diet, but you definitely can!

# 5. Seek Out Pre-Packaged Foods With Gluten-Free Labels

Many products geared specifically toward gluten-free diets also conform to allergy-free and dairy-free restrictions. Check labels carefully, and you may be pleasantly surprised to find that many of your go-to gluten-free convenience foods are also dairy-free.

All But Gluten™ – Helping With Gluten And Dairy Free Diets

All But Gluten™ offers a range of products that are gluten-free and convenient, many of which are also dairy-free and kosher. Enjoy classics such as coconut macaroons, chocolate chip cookies, and mini brownies with no guilt. Not sure where to find All But Gluten™ products? Click here for a comprehensive list of locations where All But Gluten™ products are sold.

Need Gluten-Free Snacks For School? 2 Snacks That Are Easy And Portable

Parents who needed gluten-free snacks for their children to take to school used to have to spend hours upon hours in the kitchen baking everything from scratch. However, there are new options from All But Gluten. Learn more about two delicious options — snack cakes and soft raisin cookies — that are highly portable.

Gluten-Free Snacks: Chocolate, Vanilla And Strawberry Snack Cakes

Everyone loves a sweet snack cake and All But Gluten has three different options to ensure that there’s a great snack for every taste bud. Layers of delicious cake sandwich with a crème filling and entirely dipped in a chocolaty coating. Each snack cake is packaged individually so it’s easy to grab one for a snack as you’re running out the door to get the kids to school on time. Choose from strawberry, vanilla or chocolate — deciding which one is your favourite is the hardest decision you’ll have to make!

Gluten-Free Snacks: Soft Raisin Cookies

Nothing says snack time like a soft cookie and All But Gluten offers delicious raisin cookies that are so good your kids will ask for one every day. These soft raisin cookies are packaged in a bag, which makes them ideal if you’re in charge of providing easy gluten-free snacks for the entire class.

If you’re looking for gluten-free snacks and foods, turn to your local grocery store’s fresh bakery aisle. Please click here to find a store near you that carries All But Gluten products.

Need Gluten-Free Dinner Recipes? Consider Quinoa Stuffed Pork Tenderloin

If your family eats gluten-free foods, it can seem like your dinner choices are limited. When you’re looking for something different that your whole family will enjoy, consider a quinoa stuffed pork tenderloin.

Gather The Ingredients For Gluten-Free Dinner Recipes

First, gather the ingredients necessary for your gluten-free dinner recipes. For the quinoa stuffed tenderloin, you’ll first need to make the stuffing. Chop up an apple, half an onion, two cloves of garlic plus a handful of mushrooms and sauté everything in a couple tablespoons of olive oil. Once the onions and apples are softened, toss in some raisins and mix with a cup of cooked quinoa.

Cut a pocket into the pork tenderloin and place the stuffing into the pocket. Then season the outside of the tenderloin with a little bit of cinnamon, salt and pepper to taste. Place everything in a baking dish and roast for about 35-40 minutes at 350 degrees. The pork needs to be cooked until it’s no longer pink.

Looking For Side Dishes To Go With Your Gluten-Free Dinner Recipes?

Side dishes can help enhance your meal, but it can be hard to find some that are gluten-free. Vegetables roasted in a little of olive oil and lemon juice and tossed with breadcrumbs made out of a gluten-free bread are a healthy and a gluten-free option.

Don’t Forget About Dessert

No meal is complete without a little sweetness at the end. If you’re in the mood for a little treat, consider All But Gluten’s chocolate chip cookies. They’re so good, you’d swear they were baked right in your own kitchen.

To learn more about products from All But Gluten that can enhance your gluten-free dinner recipes, please click here.

Start Your Morning Off Deliciously With A Gluten-Free Breakfast

If you’re not eating breakfast, you’re missing out! Studies have shown that people who eat breakfast on a regular basis are able to concentrate better, have energy to get through the day and even have an easier time losing weight. If you’re looking for a gluten-free breakfast, consider delicious cinnamon raisin toast or blueberry muffins.

Gluten-Free Breakfast: Cinnamon Raisin Toast

The cinnamon raisin loaf from All But Gluten is so tasty, everyone in your family is sure to love it. It’s packed full of plump raisins and a sweet cinnamon swirl that will keep your body fueled until lunchtime. The cinnamon raisin loaf is also dairy-free and kosher and it’s a good source of five different vitamins and minerals. The cinnamon raisin loaf can be found in your grocery store’s fresh bakery section.

Gluten-Free Breakfast: Blueberry Muffins

Blueberry muffins are found in nearly every coffee shop, but if you’re looking for a gluten-free breakfast, your choices are probably limited. Instead of baking your blueberry muffins, turn to your grocery store’s fresh bakery aisle. Here you’ll find All But Gluten’s blueberry muffins. These muffins are packed full of delicious blueberries and they’re packaged six to a pack so you’ll be able to enjoy a gluten-free breakfast whenever you want.

If you can’t find your favorite gluten-free breakfast items in your local grocery store’s fresh bakery aisle, check back frequently because we are always adding new grocery store chains each month. To find a store near you that carries the All But Gluten line of products, please click here.