Live Gluten Freely Review & Giveaway!


This giveaway is no closed – thank you to all who entered!

I am very excited about this review and giveaway.  General Mills generously provided me a complementary box of products through My Blog Spark. I have tried and reviewed many of these products, and truly enjoy them.  General Mills has done a great job with providing some fantastic gluten-free products that taste just as great as their gluten containing products. General Mills proudly offers over 300 gluten-free products that you can find at your local grocery store.

Live Gluten Freely has started to offer this amazing box of General Mills gluten-free products.  These boxes are great not only for your self, but as gifts, especially for those who are newly diagnosed with Celiac Disease.  If you haven’t visited and become familiar with Live Gluten Freely, I highly suggest that you head on over to their site and check it out and subscribe to their newsletter.  It is a great resource for gluten-free products, and they even have a pocket guide that you can print out and take along with you to the grocery store or keep in your car.  They also have a product locator, recipes and resources.

In our house we love the new Betty Crocker Bisquick mix.  We’ve been making some great recipes with it and Bryan loves the pancakes!  One day we made Chocolate Chip Pancakes (gluten-free, dairy free and nut free chocolate chips) and the other night I made him pomegranate pancakes. We also made chicken tenders with the bisquick mix, both regular Chicken Tenders and then boneless buffalo chicken tenders.

GIVEAWAY!

One lucky winner will win the gluten-free box above from Live Gluten Freely (valued at $24.99)

To be eligible to win please leave a separate comment for each of the following by 11:59pm on Thursday November 18, 2010!

(If you already follow on Twitter, like on Facebook and subscribe, please leave a comment saying so)

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Bonus Entries:

Leave a comment below on which product(s) you would like to try and why – 2 Entries (please leave the comment twice)

Leave a comment below with which products you would like to see gluten-free – 2 Entries (please the comment twice)

Gluten Free Pomegranate Pancakes with Betty Crocker’s Gluten Free Bisquick:

1 cup Betty Crocker Gluten Free Bisquick Mix

1 cup soy or rice milk

2 tablespoons vegetable oil

1 large egg

Mix all ingredients in a medium bowl until well combined and there are no lumps.  Heat a skillet or griddle to medium heat.  Use just under 1/4 cup of mixture for each pancake.  Add about one tablespoon of pomegranate seeds to each pancake. Cook until edges have hardened and the tops start to bubble .  Flip and cook until golden brown.  Makes about 10 pancakes.

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60 thoughts on “Live Gluten Freely Review & Giveaway!

  1. I would like to see a more “mainstream” frozen gluten free pizza. I know that Amy’s makes one but I can never find it. I think that if a more mainstream company made one that stores would be more likely to carry it.

  2. Entry 2 – I would like to see a more “mainstream” frozen gluten free pizza. I know that Amy’s makes one but I can never find it. I think that if a more mainstream company made one that stores would be more likely to carry it.

  3. I am really looking forward to trying the gluten free Bisquick. I used to love making the Impossible Cheeseburger Pie and their Strawberry Shortcake.

  4. I am really looking forward to trying the gluten free Bisquick. I live in a pretty rural area so I’ll probably have to rely on the internet to get it for now but at least its available.

  5. I would like to see the Betty Crocker flavored mashpotatoes be gluten free. Really who puts wheat in potatoes? My kids like the baked goods, snacks and like the soups in their lunch.

  6. I would like to see more mainstream GF cereal. I like Rice Chex & Honey Nut Chex, but it would be great if there was more to choose from.

  7. I would like to see more mainstream GF cereal. I like Honey Nut Chex & Rice Chex, but it would be great if there was more to choose from.

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