There are many great gluten free resources out there so I’ve decided to compile the best of the best that I’ve found. So for today’s Tuesday’s tips, here are my favorite gluten free resources that I revisit daily. These resources keep me on track, stay delicious and help me stay organized with gluten free products needed.
It’s great to have a list like this you can build on and take away. So, for all you Broomfield Locals, stay connected with me and I’ll be sure you know gluten free resources in Broomfield as well as in cyberspace!
OVERALL Gluten free coverage – for baking, recipes, cooking, food, restaurant reviews, product reviews and gluten-free travel tips
1. A Gluten Free Guide.com
2. Celiac Chicks.com
3. Living Without.com
1. Gluten Free Faces.com
2. There’s a gluten free “meet up” group in Denver. Go to meetup.com, search for your zip code and find a gluten free group. I like GIG of Greater Denver (Gluten Intolerance Group). Feel free to start up your own group in Broomfield!!
1. 365 Crockpot.com
1. There’s a gluten free IPhone App now so check into it for easy shopping and dining
2. WHOLEFOODS (Not available online) Grocery chain
Pros: Carry a nice variety of organic and gluten free products. They often stock organic products from local vendors.
Cons: Gluten Free products are scattered throughout the store. It’s like finding a needle in a haystack some days. Pricey too.
3. King Soopers on 120th and Sheridan – Now offers gluten free tours! Call and schedule a tour to familiarize yourself with the products and store to make shopping easy.
4. Sprouts on 120th and Sheridan –Always a great resource for gluten free food. Ask for a gluten free store guide and you get more ideas!
Pros: Organic product used when possible, No GLUTEN, Parabens, nanos, bismuth oxychloride or talc. Great line of GLUTEN FREE lip gloss and lipstick. Also carry mascara, lip pencils
Cons: A bit pricey but you pay for quality and you pay for cosmetics without chemicals. Yeah!
Pros: No dyes, talc, parabens or bismuth oxycholride, phthalates or preservatives. Reasonably priced, wonderful mineral foundation color selection, and great selection of eye shadows. They also carry nice gift sets and product arrives quickly
Cons: No lipstick, mascara, pencils or face moisturizers
Pros: USDA Certified Organic, GLUTEN FREE, Wheat Free, Dairy Free, Chemical Free,Vegan, Made in the USA. They carry facial products, baby products, organic shampoo, bath and body care. I was able to try some product with a special that is now being run again. 50% off until Jan 4, 2010 use code “yearend”. Great customer service.
2. GFSOAP.COM (Gluten Free Soap) and DAKOTAFREE.COM
Pros: GLUTEN FREE, casein-free, fragrance- free, corn-free, soy-free, dye-free and peanut free. They carry skin, hair and body care products. It a customer friendly company that is willing to chat about your specific needs. This company also owns a company called dakotafree.com which also carries GLUTEN Free, Latex Free, Paraben Free products
Cons: none yet.
1. DOORTODOORORGANICS.COM (Door to Door Organics)
Pros: oh, right to your front door. I LOVE it. You can select what you want and when you want it to come. You can cancel at anytime. They support the local organic farming community.
Cons: Only available in Michigan, Colorado, Kansas City and the Chicago area
Pros: They carry a very large variety of gluten free mixes and ect. such as: cakes, dumplings, soups, pudding, salsa, snacks, brownies, stuffing, etc.
Cons: If you sign up as a member, it’s $40 for a lifetime, you get discounted prices on everything.
Pros: They carry a very large variety of gluten free baked goods which can be ordered online as well as picked up at local area bakeries. There’s a directory of locations on their website. You can also order a sample package to get a little bit of all they offer for the price of shipping (around $12)
Pros: They have allergy free baked goods mixed in with baked goods that are not. This company has a great reputation so you’re sure to find a yummy treat
Cons: Very pricy. The items are pricey, plus you’ll have to add in shipping if you don’t live in NY or CA.
Pros: Wow! Just click on your state and find GLUTEN free bakeries and restaurants. I love this site because many of the restaurants have GLUTEN FREE MENUS and you can view and print.
Cons: None yet. I am still new to the site
2. GLUTEN FREE IPHONE APP – CHECK IT OUT
3. HAPPYGLUTENFREE.COM – great resource for Colorado and Denver, specifically. A great way to keep up on what’s new.
Enjoy these great tips! You’ll spend hours browsing all your new possibilities.
Have a Grateful and Delicious Day!