Every two weeks, Gluten-Free Living taste testers sample a batch of gluten-free foods and share their first impressions on Facebook and Instagram Live. During the latest tasting, they tried a grab bag of gluten-free products, from broccoli crust pizza to sauerkraut along with some sweet treats, including honey from Brooklyn-based Bee Raw and chocolates from Cocomel.
For some more information on the products featured, see below. Keep watching Gluten-Free Living social media for more live tasting events!
These mixed rollers are made with organic whole grain brown rice, blueberries and cranberries so you can fight hunger – healthfully. These rollers are twin wrapped, making them perfect for sharing. They might become your new favorite way to stay fueled while on the go.
Every jar of this healthful nut butter is handmade in Ground Up’s Portland, Oregon kitchen. Flavors include Classic Smooth, Coconut Cardamom with Chia Seed, Lavender Honey, Cinnamon Snickerdoodle, and the new Walnut Cashew Butter with Black Pepper Sea Salt. Ground Up products are peanut-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, and soy-free with no refined sugars or added oils.
These ready-to-eat beans offer a modern take on traditional dishes while using ingredients such as avocado oil, apple cider vinegar, turmeric, and other spices. These are non-GMO, vegan, and naturally gluten free. Each offering has 6 to 8 grams of protein and comes packaged in BPA-free, microwaveable pouches.
This certified gluten-free version of cornbread from Krusteaz combines fresh corn, honey, and butter in a mouthwatering twist on traditional recipes. Here’s a helpful cooking tip: If you want to make this into a spicy version just add chopped bell peppers, chopped onions, shredded cheese and some cayenne pepper.
Cleveland Kraut makes fresh, crunchy, unpasteurized, probiotic sauerkraut. Each ingredient is hand-picked and hand-chopped, from every cabbage to each pepper, fermented using a time-tested technique, and hand coldpacked by a Clevelander before it’s shipped.
Spinato’s has an award-winning Broccoli Crust Pizza. This crust is certified gluten-free and made with slow-roasted tomatoes, fresh herbs and hearty vegetables. These pizzas are a better-for-you alternative to traditional pizzas with 7 grams of protein and 180 calories per serving.
Brooklyn’s Bee Raw sells honey as nature intended — straight from the hive. Working towards sustainable practices and bee health, Bee Raw offers a myriad of honey and honey-related products. The business says raw honey’s enzymes and antioxidants are especially good for putting a spring in your step.
Hand-crafted in copper kettles, these smooth and creamy coconut milk caramels feature premium 70% organic dark chocolate and are finished with a sprinkle of flake sea salt. These old-fashioned caramels are also dairy free. It’s important to note, that this particular product is out of stock, but there’s plenty of sweet treats from Cocomel to try. For more, check out their website: jjssweets.com.