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Let’s be honest; following a gluten-free diet can be difficult, and some times of year are tougher than others. Somehow we made it through the holiday parties, and now here it is, Valentine’s Day, where we will certainly be tempted by a plethora of goodies…again. Luckily for you all, we have discovered a product that will make you oblivious to the fact that you are munching on healthy and
Free for All Kitchen® gluten free products are all made with high-quality, natural ingredients to create delicious, wholesome baked goods that are also non-GMO. Ingredients such as cassava flour, ancient whole grains, amaranth, quinoa, millet, sorghum, teff, and potato starch keep these snacks healthful for your conscious family. The parent company, PARTNERS, was founded by Marian Harris in 1992, and their crackers have won numerous awards throughout the years, with their gluten-free products as no exception.
Marian and the PARTNERS family recognized the importance of producing a gluten-free and non-GMO line and diligently worked for three years to develop a product that provides the highest quality, nutrition and taste.I was lucky enough to sample a few products that would make fabulous appetizers and desserts for your special Valentine’s dinner. I had some fun coming up with simple yet delicious ways to enjoy these crunchy, mouthwatering crackers.
Olive Oil and Herb Crackers. These crackers are so flavorful, no topping is necessary. But for an extra special treat, top them with some boursin cheese, half of a grape tomato, and some fresh basil.
Rosemary and Garlic Crackers. Again, flavors abound in these delicious snacks. I decided to top these with roasted garlic hummus, and then I chopped some sundried tomato mixed with lemon juice, and voila, here you have another delectable appetizer option.
Olive Oil and Sea Salt Crackers are a simple and versatile cracker. I made turkey and Havarti sandwiches for my kids with
Double Chocolate Brownie Thins. These were the hit of the party, as I taste-tested them with my guinea pigs (ie, a variety of my kids and their friends, ages 1 – 10.) They all LOVED them, and said “Yes!!!,” “Delicious!,” and “Can I have some more?!” Snack on these by themselves, use them crushed as an ice-cream sundae topping, or crush them and use as a substitute for an oreo pie crust. Here is our favorite simple preparation that we made gluten free…and ate every last bite. We simply crushed the brownie thins, and mixed them with 2 tablespoons of butter to form a pie crust. I whipped up some jello chocolate pudding, and then topped that with additional Double Chocolate Brownie Thin crumbles and whipped cream. For Valentine’s Day, add a heart shape made of red sprinkles or candies, or shake some additional crumbles over a heart-shaped cookie cutter.
Try out all of Free For All Kitchen’s scrumptious products, and support a business with your families’ health and best interests at heart.
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Disclosure: The writer received product in order to facilitate this review, no other compensation was received and all thoughts and opinions are her own.
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