Month: May 2016

Aldi Live G Free Haul 

Finally decided to hop on the Aldi quarter cart bandwagon and try out some Live G Free products. I forgot to include the Double Chocolate Granola in the picture but I’ll be talking about that too. If I try any other products in the future, I’ll make sure to update you on them as well! 1. Spinach, artichoke, and kale stuff sandwich: ★★★★. Pretty good. I’m not a huge fan of kale so I was a little worried about these but the kale flavor was not very strong. Tasted like spinach artichoke dip stuffed in some bread. 2. Pepperoni Pizza stuffed sandwich: ★★★★★. I love these. They are so close to a hot pocket it’s like I never had to give up my unhealthy hot pocket obsession. 3. Plain wraps: ★★★★. I use these as wraps and fry them in a pan to use as tortillas. They are pretty good and the best “tortilla” option I’ve had yet. They don’t break when rolled which is a huge plus but they could still use some work. …

Send Me Gluten Free | May

This is my last Send Me Gluten Free box from my 3-month subscription. I’m honestly very sad that this wonderful time in my life is coming to an end. But I will be back for them again soon (when I have more money and am not a broke graduate student). 1. Simply 7 Sea Salt Hummus Chips:★★★★★. Honestly these tasted like Funyuns to me but I loved them.  2. Cosmos Creations Caramel Apple Crisps:★★★★. I really liked these but the flavor/consistency took a little while to get used to.  3. Montana Monster Munchies Gluten Free Cookie: ★★★★★. Very strong pat and peanut butter flavor but super moist. Loved this cookie  4. Fruit Bliss Organic French Agen Mini Plums:★★★★. I was very unsure about these at first but I actually enjoyed them more than I thought I would. Not the easiest to eat because of how sticky they are, though.  5. KIND Popped Dark Chocolate with Sea Salt: ★★★★★. You already know my love for these. Check out my post on KIND bars. 6. NuNaturals NuStevia Natural …

May is Celiac Awareness Month

If you didn’t already know, May is celiac awareness month and I am going green for the occasion. This is the perfect time for you to advocate not only for yourself but for the 1 and 100 people also diagnosed with celiac disease and the many more that are undiagnosed. Check out this post by Beyond Celiac (formerly the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness) on 60 things you can do to raise celiac disease awareness. Then share this video on your social media with the hashtag #60ForCeliac. Read this post I had featured on the Beyond Celiac Gluten-Free in College series. Get out there and let the world know about celiac disease and hope for a cure someday soon (because I need some pizza rolls in my life ASAP)!