Even though Covid (Delta and Omicron) are still very much at the forefront of our lives, we hope you have been able to take time to enjoy the holidays. To focus on the positive because there is still so much to be grateful for. We now have vaccines and boosters to help keep us alive if infected. That’s a huge advancement over 2020. Plus, the holidays are a great time to recognize everyone and everything that enriches our daily lives in big and small ways. So, in the spirit of keeping it positive, we are taking a look back and sharing our 10 best gluten-free lifestyle blog posts from 2021.
These posts explore a combination of essential gluten-free information along with gift guides and a few of our most popular gluten-free product reviews (read all of our gluten-free product reviews here).
10 Best Gluten-Free Lifestyle Blog Posts for 2021
Click or tap the gluten-free lifestyle post title to read the full article.
We put together this glossary of alternative names for gluten because knowing other names for gluten and grains can make “going” gluten-free easier. Knowing how to identify the “hidden” gluten in foods is important.
Living gluten-free doesn’t mean you can’t responsibly imbibe when the desire hits, just choose one of these best gluten-free alcohol choices available and Bob’s your uncle. Cheers!
Apps are designed to make our lives easier and more enjoyable and that’s just what these 5 best gluten-free apps do. Check them out and see for yourself how they can make your daily gluten-free life more efficient and effective.
Adapting a gluten-free diet can be daunting. One of the most important tips is reading food labels to determine if they contain alternative sources of wheat. Another thing to understand is when to be concerned about cross-contamination. This post helps makes sense of this.
No need to stop enjoying Charcuterie when living gluten-free when there are so many options to help make the best gluten-free charcuterie board for any occasion. Charcuterie boards are a great addition to any meal (or they can BE the meal) and the gluten-free options are plentiful.
We all want the person receiving our gifts to love them and any gluten-free host/ess will love receiving any of our gluten-free gift ideas. I know I would 🙂
The holidays tend to be a busy time so if you are looking for gluten-free gift ideas for the gluten-free foodee in your life, then you are gonna love this list. It’s not just for Christmas either. This guide will help you find the perfect gift at any time of year (for all foodies too even if they are not gluten-free).
Maple is close to all Canadians heart but it’s especially special in fall because it’s such a warming flavour. If you like the taste of maple then you are going to love this post. Read our Great Value Gluten-Free Maple Sandwich Cream Cookies Review and find out why it earned our GFF Seal of Approval!
Quick gluten-free breakfasts may seem difficult as most traditional fast breakfast items contain gluten (think muffins, pop tarts, cereal, etc). However, our Chex gluten-free cereal review will prove there are new, delicious options to consider. Click to read why Gluten-Free Chex cereal won our GFF Seal of Approval.
Oreos are such an OG. They are the delicious chocolate sandwich cookie and have been for generations. For a long time, going gluten-free meant leaving them behind for horrible imitations. But thankfully Nabisco said “hold my gluten-free beer”. Find out how gluten-free Oreos measured up in our review and learn why it earned our GFF Seal of Approval.
We hope you enjoyed looking back on our 10 Best Gluten-Free Lifestyle Blog Posts for 2021. Be sure to check out other “best of” posts:
- December 27th – Best Gluten-Free Recipe Posts for 2021 Part 1
- January 3rd – Best Gluten-Free Recipe Posts for 2021 Part 2
- January 6th – Best Going Living/Gluten-Free Tips Posts for 2021
What type of gluten-free lifestyle posts do you prefer? Do you like gluten-free lifestyle advice/information? Or gluten-free gift guides by occasion/event? Or gluten-free product reviews? Or do you like a healthy balance of all three? Let us know in the comments so we can incorporate your feedback in our future blog posts.
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