When new gluten-free items come out, it’s exciting!
Even more, when these items are tasty and delicious, it’s even more exciting.
Today I wanted to share with you 3 gluten-free foods that have come out in the last year and I enjoy them all.
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First up are: Peanut Butter Chex. The price is only $10.59 for a 2-pack on Amazon. You will love the flavoring of this particular chex cereal, and just think how easy muddy buddies will be to make with peanut butter chex cereal!
Next, I have to share gluten-free double stuff oreos. I mean, the regular oreos are great too, but the double-stuff are right on point! Everyone agrees, they perfected the gluten-free oreos to taste just like the regular oreos.
You can find these oreos on Amazon for $26.48 for a 3-pack. Or most grocery stores now carry these delicious cookies too. They are always in white packaging so they stand out amongst the regular oreos.
And last but not least, these Almond Mission Tortillas. I found these through Kroger stores at the price of $5.49. These tortillas can help make it possible to make tasty gluten free burritos and such.
Have you discovered any more tasty gluten-free items? I am always on the lookout and hope to continue posting about new gluten-free products.
Meal Plan 5: Gluten-Free Korean Beef is another family favorite that we love! You can add green onions, and sriracha on top if you’d like. And we love serving it over gluten free rice noodles, or rice.
Here’s a topic that I feel must be discussed when it comes to living a gluten-free lifestyle.
Without a doubt a life change can be hard on emotions.
Throw in a FOREVER life-change of avoiding gluten, and that can be tough.
Some may argue that it shouldn’t be so hard to avoid gluten. A gluten-free lifestyle shouldn’t cause emotions and such to surface.
However, at the end of the day…any lifestyle change, for better for worse, is hard.
Cutting out a HUGE source of what you used to eat, can be hard.
And it’s ok to feel the emotions that come with it all.
When I was first diagnosed with celiacs I cried most every day for the first two months. I didn’t know what to eat, it was a lot of stress to do something so simple…to eat!
However, as time went on my tears faded and things got easier.
Even now…after years of living a gluten-free lifestyle, I still would say I have a few days in the year where I get annoyed or emotional about the food limitations.
And that’s ok.
The world has improved access to gluten free foods which is wonderful. But I guess there’s still a bit of a “mourning” that surfaces just realizing that all flour and wheat are cut out of your life forever.
So my advice is, feel the emotions, don’t dwell on them, look at all the resources there are in the world now for living gluten-free, and move on.
Do you have days where the emotions catch up to you when it comes to living a gluten-free lifestyle?