If you were recently diagnosed with celiac disease, you already understand how important it is to properly read a food label. The key is to stay gluten-free, and that begins by finding gluten on food labels.
As the weather shifts to longer, warmer days, we can’t help but start planning for fun activities that will be ultimate outdoor enjoyment. One such activity is CAMPING! It’s hard to avoid fun in the sun when the weather is warm and nature is at its finest, from one of our wonderful national or state […]
Have you recently been diagnosed with celiac disease and seeking what you can and cannot eat in 2019? The fact of the matter is that a celiac disease diet can be easy once you’ve mastered a few basics. The secret is understanding the tricky places gluten can hide. We have updated our popular celiac disease […]
There is an old military adage you may have once heard, it’s commonly referred to as the 5 P’s, which means proper preparation prevents poor performance. While this nifty mind tool may have been created to help soldiers in the field, we happen to think it can translate into preparing yourself for the celiac diet. […]
Chicken cordon bleu is an American classic. Traditionally chicken breast is pounded thin, then rolled with ham and cheese, dipped in egg and bread crumbs and fried, which is delicious, but a bit complicated to make. With Three Baker’s Snackers we put a fun twist on this classic. This easy version uses a gluten free […]
Decisions, decisions! Don’t know what to make for that special Sunday breakfast? Sheesh!!!! How about trying this recipe for simple mini quiche? In just about a few minutes you will be able to whip up these simple ingredients and turn breakfast into a fulfilling one. No time for prepping in the morning? No problem…..make this […]
It’s nearing spring, and with that comes that lucky Irish holiday, St. Patrick’s Day. While typical Irish-inspired foods like corned beef and cabbage, shepherd’s pie, and Irish soda bread may not be celiac friendly, we have some rounded up some gluten free alternatives to help you celebrate the day (and keep your system safe!)
For a long time, patients with celiac disease have had to live cautiously. Always having to carefully vet what they eat or risk gluten contamination. Celiac disease is a digestive disorder that causes an immune response in the small intestine when someone eats food containing gluten.