Panera Bread Gluten Free – Do they have gluten free food?

Panera Bread Gluten Free – Do they have gluten free food?

Whether it’s a bowl of delicious, warm soup on a cold day or a snack to nibble on mid-morning at work – Panera is an ever popular place to go to get your favourite comfort foods! But, for those of us who are either Celiac or have a gluten allergy, there’s that always present question:…

Jimmy John’s gluten free – Gluten free fast food

Jimmy John’s gluten free – Gluten free fast food

It’s lunchtime…and you’re starving! You’re craving something delicious from Jimmy John’s sandwich shop. But, if you’re Celiac or have a gluten allergy or intolerance, before you order you need to know – is Jimmy John’s gluten free? Do they have gluten free bread? Are any of their sandwich fillings gluten free? We have done all…

Krispy Kreme gluten free – Do they have gluten free donuts?

Krispy Kreme gluten free – Do they have gluten free donuts?

I don’t need to tell you about Krispy Kreme donuts. I figure that if you’ve found your way here by searching for whether there are gluten free Krispy Kremes that you already know and love those luscious, glazed donuts. But, are Krispy Kreme donuts gluten free? Or, do they make a variety of donuts that…

Are chocolate chips gluten free?

Are chocolate chips gluten free?

Are chocolate chips gluten free? Chocolate chips are a real favorite in many households, and a baking staple that many of us love to snack on while we’re whipping up a batch of chocolate chip cookies! (Or, chocolate chip peanut butter bars…or chocolate chip muffins. Or gluten free chocolate chip pancakes…The list goes on and…

Are Jolly Ranchers Gluten Free?

Are Jolly Ranchers Gluten Free?

Are Jolly Ranchers Gluten Free? At first thought, yes of course, they have to be! Everyone loves Jolly Ranchers the world over. And what’s not to like, it is sweet soothing goodness wrapped in a little package. These candies are known for their super intense fruit flavor! However, for gluten sufferers or Celiacs, it’s a…

Are Cheerios gluten free? Gluten free cereal

Are Cheerios gluten free? Gluten free cereal

Breakfast time! And today we’re asking the all-important question: Are Cheerios gluten free? Not only is this a classic breakfast cereal, but Moms and Dads everywhere can confirm that this is also a favorite snack of babies and toddlers all around the world! Are Cheerios gluten free? Yes and No. Cheerios produced in different countries…

Are Twix gluten free? – Gluten free chocolate bars and candy bars

Are Twix gluten free? – Gluten free chocolate bars and candy bars

We all love a chocolate treat once in a while, and so we need to know – are Twix bars gluten free? The famous chocolate bar, Twix, has been around since 1967, when it was invented in the UK. Twix bars made their debut in the US in 1979. But, for those of us who…

Are Funyuns gluten free? Onion flavored rings/salty snacks

Are Funyuns gluten free? Onion flavored rings/salty snacks

Funyuns are a fun, onion-flavored cornmeal snack made by Frito Lay. If you love your snacks to be a bit salty, a bit crunchy and with a delicious onion-ring inspired flavor – well, these bags of snacks are calling your name! But, most importantly for those of us who are Celiac or allergic to gluten…

Are Twizzlers gluten free? Gluten free snack questions

Are Twizzlers gluten free? Gluten free snack questions

We’re on a quest around here to find out which snack foods are or aren’t gluten free, to give you the information you need before heading out to buy your favorite treats! Today’s question is: Are Twizzlers gluten free? We all want to know, as Twizzlers are a favorite snack! These red licorice candy twists…

Gluten Free Oreos – Are Oreo Cookies gluten free?

Gluten Free Oreos – Are Oreo Cookies gluten free?

First, let’s answer that all-important question: Are Oreos gluten free? No, sadly they’re not. Oreo cookies are a traditional chocolate sandwich cookie, with that lovely vanilla filling. But, being a traditionally baked cookie, that means they’re made with wheat flour. And as you know, WHEAT is an enemy of Celiacs and those with a gluten…