All Things Gluten-Free
Gluten-Free Ingredients We Love
There's no wrong way to top a waffle
Because there's just so much you can do with toaster waffles. Use them to make egg breakfast sandwiches, top them with ricotta and lemon, or fold them like taco shells and stuff them with chicken. Look for gluten-free waffles in the HealthMarket section.
Oatmeal is an inherently gluten-free grain. But cross-contamination between oats and wheat commonly occurs in the field or during processing. This is why some companies have taken precautions to avoid cross-contamination—these are the oats labeled as gluten-free.
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Hyvee Dietitian Expert TipA small percent of the population can also react to gluten-free (GF) oats. Ask your physician or dietitian if you should be eating GF oats.
Gluten-Free Veggie Pizza
This recipe makes two thin-crust pizzas using a homemade gluten-free dough, and it's a great way to use up whatever veggies you've got hanging around.
- gluten-free all purpose flour
- seasonal vegetables
5 Quick & Easy Gluten-Free Lunch Ideas
Stuff half an avocado with shrimp salad, chicken salad, egg salad, or tuna salad and you've got yourself a healthy and filling lunch. Go ahead and dress it up with toasted nuts or coconut, fresh herbs, or even hot sauce (or not).
Gluten-Free Cooking Hacks
Instead of Breadcrumbs
Use crushed crispy rice cereal instead of breadcrumbs in your recipes.
All the Veggie Noodles
Reach for Hy-Vee sprialized zucchini noodles and sweet potato noodles instead of pasta.
Quiche Crust Swap
Use hash browns or thinly sliced potatoes to make a quiche crust.