Do you juice? If not, you should really consider it. I’ve just started experimenting with it and it’s really been fun and for the most part delicious. I don’t generally like eating raw vegetables though so that part has taken some getting used to. Here is a video that explains juicing benefits:
I admit I have an addiction to these cookies. Enjoy life allergen free cookies are so good it’s surprising that they don’t have any gluten, diary, nuts, egg, fish or soy in them. They are so good. They come in chocolate brownie, chocolate chip, gingerbread spice and snickerdoodle flavors. I’m not sure if I have a favorite, I love all 4 kinds. You can get them at most grocery stores although Amazon also carries them for less money than at most stores. They are relatively small cookies but eating 2-3 will still satisfy you for a good snack. They are not really low fat or low calories though so you want to be careful to not eat too many. 2 cookies has 120 calories and 50 from fat. That said these enjoy life cookies are a great alternative for those of use with food allergies or who want to avoid the chemicals and preservatives that are in nearly every other store bought cookie.
Having an allergy free Thanksgiving can be a challenge, especially if you are eating dinner with a group of people who do not share your same allergies. Here are ten resources I found that can help:
2. Cooking with Quinoa– This is a site that has amazing recipes on how to cook everything you can think of and then some with quinoa, including many deserts and pasteries.
3. Spaghetti Squash recipe– learn how to make a great spaghetti dish with squash.
5. Gluten free and vegan stuffing. Learn how to make a gluten free and vegan stuffing.
6. Fruit Juicer Recipes– make some great fruit juices and avoid allergies common in other drinks as well as too much sugar.
7. 22 Easy Vegetable Sides– These vegetable sides are made of mostly just vegetables.
8. Easy Eats Gluten Free and more.
More great gluten free and vegan recipes for Thanksgiving and beyond.