Wegmans’ Pizza Shop Tries Out Celiac-Friendly Crust

Wegmans is a grocery store that has long offered a generous variety of gluten-free options. From their own brownie and cake mixes, to labeled prepared food items, all the way down their Gluten-Free aisle, it is a Celiacs paradise, filled with gluten-free products you never even knew you were missing.

Continuing their crusade towards gluten-free substitutes for all, Wegmans has found their way into the heart of all gluten-free pizza lovers with their new Pizza Shop. The pilot program that has been set in 42 stores across 6 states will bake gluten-free pizza (Pepperoni, Mushroom Florentine, or Margherita) for customers in their Market Café. The pizzas are pre-packaged in a dedicated gluten-free facility, arriving at Wegmans frozen, in order to cut out cross-contamination risk.

Currently the pilot program is taking place in many east coast stores, including Wegmans’ in New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Virginia, Maryland, and Massachusetts. The pizzas are available for purchase baked at the Market Café, or can be purchased for home-use in the gluten-free freezer aisle.

What do you think? Would you buy GF pizza at Wegmans?

Libre Naturals | Triumph Dining Product Review

Libre Naturals, previously known as No Nuttin’ Foods, are a fantastic gluten-free company founded in 2002 by Alana Elliott, in response to her family’s six life-threatening food allergies. She wanted to make products which were not only safe but healthy and delicious for families like hers to enjoy.

All Libre Naturals products are certified gluten-free by GFCO and made in a facility free from the top 11 food allergens plus gluten.

Chewy Granola Bars, Granola, Trail Mixes & Seeds and Oatmeal Cups are what Libre Naturals have to offer. If you are gluten-free and can also eat oats then you may enjoy some of these products.

Granola Bars come in Chocolate Chip, Double Chocolate Chunk, Apple Cinnamon and Raisin whilst Granola flavors include Vanilla Caramel, Vanilla Cinnamon, Blueberry Maple and Cranberry Apple.

Berry Delight, Fruit Explosion and Hiker’s Delight are the tasty trail mix options and Oatmeal fans can enjoy Daily Hug, Pacific Coast Morning, Sunny Start and Morning Mojo.

For more information, check out the US or Canadian online store on their website.


Post authored by The Gluten-Free Traveller

Cupcake Wars

craveCupcake Wars is a Food Network TV show where four bakers compete in a cupcake bake-off for $10,000. They are judged on taste and appearance. One of my children loves this show and together we’ve watched many episodes.

I was very happy to see that Crave Bake Shop, a gluten-free bakery in Portland, Oregon won the 100th episode. This just goes to show that living without gluten doesn’t mean sacrificing taste.

Crave is owned by Kyra Bussanich, who was diagnosed with an auto-immune disorder when she was 20. Part of staying healthy meant switching to a gluten-free diet, avoiding all wheat and overly processed foods. Often Kyra would run to Whole Foods or her local market to look for gluten-free substitutes.

After being disappointed in the gluten-free products that were available on the market, Kyra thought she’d have to live without Continue reading “Cupcake Wars”

Chocolate Idiot Cake


David Lebovitz, one of our favorite food bloggers, came up with this foolproof, gluten-free dessert. He calls it Chocolate Idiot Cake, since any idiot could make it…and only an idiot could screw it up. We offer this recipe now because you’re going to need something to offset all that fruit people bring to all of those early summer celebrations – Memorial Day picnics, graduation parties, end-of-year school year sporting events.



Chocolate Idiot Cake
One 9-inch (23 cm) cake

Adapted from Ready for Dessert (Ten Speed Press)

This cake is extremely rich, and tastes like the most delicious, silkiest, most supremely-chocolate ganache you’ve ever had. Use good chocolate —you’ll appreciate it when you taste your first melt-in-your-mouth bite. Continue reading “Chocolate Idiot Cake”

Sad Day

Here at Triumph Dining we view the gluten-free community as one large, extended family. That being our mindset, we are sad to let you know that our matriarch lost her battle to cancer on Mother’s Day. She was a valiant warrior in the battle that ultimately took her from us far too early; everyone she touched is better for having known her. Her son and granddaughter are intimately involved in every aspect of Triumph Dining and supporting people with Celiac Disease around the world.
The past several months have been hard on the Triumph Dining Family and we don’t expect to get over her loss, just to get used to it.