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So many people think that being on a gluten free diet means you have to spend more money at the grocery store. And they’re right, but they’re wrong. They’re right in that it can cost more at checkout. But they’re wrong, in that it doesn’t have to cost more. So how do I do it? […]


eBook – Affordable Gluten Free Meals

by Erin on January 14, 2013

I wanted to let everyone know about this great new ebook from The Peaceful Mom. Affordable Gluten Free Meals is a bright, cheerful ebook that all those who are making the switch to Gluten Free living need to read. I love her “Seven Stages of Going Gluten Free” that she includes to help you along […]

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Gluten Free Conversion Chart from Gygi

by Jenn on October 19, 2012

Here’s a fantastic resource we found from Gygi.com that converts your favorite recipes for breads, cookies, cakes and more to a gluten free version by replacing the wheat flour in your recipe with the correct amounts of rice flour, potato starch, tapioca starch, and xantham gum.  This is WAY cheaper and more convenient than buying […]


Allergy Awareness Prep for Back to School

by Tricia on August 3, 2012

Each year about this time I make an allergy awareness assessment for my children. A few things I do to prep for the new school year: Check epipen expiration dates. Renew prescription if needed. Make allergy check up appointments. Update the allergy plan paper kept in each of my children’s bags. Order new allergy alert […]


Allergy Friendly Easter Treats

by Tricia on April 4, 2012

For Easter treats we like nut-free and egg-free Cadbury mini eggs – the little chocolate eggs with the crunchy shell. We also enjoy Hershey kisses and Peeps. (As always, this is what we enjoy for our family. Please check all labels for allergy-friendliness for your family.) Here are a few more adaptations we enjoy: Instead […]


Butter and shortening come packaged in sticks with measurement marks on them. Dairy-free margarines and other margarines don’t. So how can you measure it for baking without having to scoop into out into a measuring cup and press it in there, then scoop it out…leaving a mess behind? It’s a simple solution, really. Step #1 […]


With our anaphylactic allergies to peanuts and walnuts, how is it I get excited when I come across a recipe with peanut butter as the main ingredient? Because of SunButter. SunButter is a direct substitute for peanut butter in our house. We eat it in a sandwich, we stir it in recipes. We frequently reference […]


Free E-Cookbook – The Slow Cooking Celiac

by Erin on February 20, 2012

Free Today on Amazon…The Slow Cooker Celiac E-Cookbook., Kindle version of the cookbook. You can get Kindle for your PC or Mac, also on your iPhone, iPad. You don’t have to have a Kindle reader to get this free e-cookbook. Thanks Gluten Freely Frugal!


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Cooking Light Gluten-Free Cookbook

by Erin on February 13, 2012

If you’re looking for some new gluten free recipes to work into your weekly meal plans, you might want to try the Cooking Light The Gluten-Free Cookbook: Simple Food Solutions for Everyday Meals. It’s on sale right now for $12.34, 44% off the retail price. Cooking Light introduces The Gluten-Free Cookbook-the search for simple, healthy […]