Santa Barbara mom and health enthusiast Jeanne David imagined a pizza crust/wrap and a bread substitute for sandwiches that tasted better than the traditional versions, and yet were naturally gluten-free and low in calories, carbohydrates and fat. And she made it reality. Continue reading “Cauliflower Bread | Triumph Dining”
We just discovered Two Moms in the Raw products at our local Whole Foods. First up for review is the Nut Bars.
These combine nuts, fruit and spices for a sweet and nutty treat. Not surprisingly, Cacoa Nib was the Triumph Dining team’s favorite. The two-ounce bar had warm vanilla notes and 3g of protein, too. These bars also come in Blueberry, Cranberry, Goldenberry and Gogiberry. Goldenberry tasted like a cinnamon roll. Blueberry is loaded with antioxidants and vitamins B, E and C.
Two Moms in the Raw is a family-owned gluten free, raw food manufacturer located in Boulder County, Colorado and founded in 2006 by Shari and Marsha, a daughter and her mother. Shari started making raw foods after being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2004. She found that a natural path to wellness worked best for her. The treats she made for herself became so popular with friends and family that she decided to share the goodness even further with the help of her own mother.
The company uses only organic, non-GMO, gluten-free, Kosher and vegan ingredients in the handmade production its Granola Bars, Nut Bars, Sea Cracker, Truffles and Cereals.
Have you ever meticulously looked into the soup ingredients at a restaurant before ordering? Did you order it after deeming that it was safe only to have it served with a big fat gluten-filled crouton on top? I’ve been there. It’s actually what gave me the idea of how to use the package of Whitney’s Castleton Gluten Free Crisps that came in my Cuisine Cube.
After realizing early on in my gluten-free experience that many soups use wheat flour as a thickener, I now know to read labels on everything. Even soups like plain tomato, which doesn’t seem like it would needflour, often has it in the ingredients. So for dinner this week I selected a gluten-free butternut squash bisque and tossed in the Castleton Crisps. It was a nice addition to a soup that can be somewhat bland. The crisps are very crunchy so they worked perfectly as a crouton but they are also sliced thin so they could be easily broken into smaller pieces into soup, like a cracker. Continue reading “Whitney’s Castleton Gluten Free Crisps | Triumph Dining Review”
It was another long weekend at a dance competition. Tired of hotel food, I punched up Yelp on my iPhone and searched for a farmers’ market near this particular convention center. This led me to the Flour Chylde Bakery stand in downtown Sunnyvale, California. Here’s a link to their farmers’ market locations.
Honestly, if you didn’t know that their baked goods were gluten-free, you’d never think it. Continue reading “Flour Chylde Bakery | Triumph Dining Review”
I like rice cakes. I might be one of those few people who actually do. When Cuisine Cube sent me dark chocolate covered rice cakes I was intrigued.
Element Snacks makes a variety of snacks but the one I tried, the dark chocolate covered rice cake, was perfect. The rice cake was thin, crunchy, round and not crumbly. On one side it had a thin layer of dark chocolate. It didn’t feel overindulgent and it satisfied my chocolate craving – a perfect balance for a chocolate snack. Continue reading “Element Snacks | Triumph Dining Product Review”