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April 9, 2014

Gluten Free Giveaway #1 (Snacks For On The Go)



Over the next month and most likely well into may, I'll be hosting gluten-free giveaways every Wednesday for you to enter! I put together tons of gluten-free goodies for giveaways and I really have so much stuff left over from the expo. I'll be reviewing new products I found as well as just giving away most of these things every week. Check back to my blog every Wednesday for a new gluten-free giveaway and enjoy this first gluten-free giveaway of gluten-free snacks!


What's in this giveaway:
  • 5 Bakery On Main Granola Bars
  • 2 Enjoy Life Cookies
  • 2 Helwa Gluten-Free Kit Kats
  • 3 Enjoy Life Snack Bars
  • Schar Graham Crackers
  • 7 Rudi's Cherry Almond Bars
  • Earth Balance Travel Sized Peanut Butter
  • Andros Fruit Squeeze
  • Rudi's Coupon for 1 free product


Good luck to all those who enter to win this giveaway! Look for the winner to be announced next week plus another giveaway to follow!

14 comments:

Mapp Pat said...

Thank you for sharing your experience at the Gluten Free Conference with us. Thank you for taking the time to set up this contest!

Taylor Miller said...

No problem! Got plenty more giveaways to come so I'm glad to share!

Tina said...

Just discovered a wheat intolerance and in process of getting on a gluten free diet. It's not as challenging as I thought and I am eating healthier!

Taylor Miller said...

Glad to hear you're doing well on it! Some people get overwhelmed at first but if you do you research there's really so much you can still eat. Glad you're feeling healthier and good look on winning this giveaway!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the opportunity, I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease on February 18, 2014. I have been having problems for over 10 years or more and didn't realize what was wrong with me. I now feel like a human being with no more upset stomach or other gross things. Keep up the good work.

Jessica Coccaro said...

I look forward to everything! Everything looks so yummy! Thank you for doing this amazing, generous giveaway!

Taylor Miller said...

You're very welcome. I will have plenty more every Wednesday!

Debbie said...

almost 10 years ago a friend recommend I go gluten- free. I couldn't believe how quickly I felt better, Enjoy your updates

Anonymous said...

I am eager to read your blog and learn more about your situation. My 3 year old has an immune disorder, GI problems and severe food & environmental allergies. He is allergic to gluten, dairy, soy, almond and coconut oils and yhat about all antibiotics... And those are the ones we are sure of. He doesn't eat much... He doesn't like tastes or textures and associate a lot of foods with pain. I am eager to find foods he can eat and will be excited to eat! I hope you can give me some insight and maybe help me see a little of what my son's future journey may be. I realize your situation may be quite different but any little bit of advice will help me, I'm sure.

Eileen Fodor said...

Dear Taylor, SOOOOO glad to see you up and running again...prayed for you and left a message on your site when you went into the hospital...you are an absolutely AMAZING young man !!!...tell your mom she's done a WONDERFUL job <3

Erin said...

I was diagnosed with Celiac's 2.5 years ago. I have had dairy allergies my whole life. I have other food allergies mainly in the night shade family. Bad for me since I LOVE sweet bell peppers, salsa, and spaghetti sauce...Oh Well. Glad to see you doing this, and making people aware of these issues. My oldest son is 19, he has food allergies also, he doesn't always stay on his diet. I know being young and missing out on some of the foods is difficult, especially when the alternative foods dont taste quite the same :) Finding a happy medium isnt always easy, but trying new products, and finding what tastes good helps. Thanks for doing the Gluten Free Giveaway!

Jolie said...

Just started following, thanks for all the groundwork you are doing for us gluten free followers!

Anonymous said...

My 10 year old grandson has Non-Williams disease and because of all the heart surgeries and other renal artery surgery has developed celiac disease. I'm so pleased to find a site like this one, to encourage and also to help with interesting recipes and products he can enjoy. I just found out this month that my 5 yr old grandson also has celiac disease.SO this site is invaluable to our family.

Taylor Miller said...

I'm sorry to hear that your grandson has had to deal with so much. Hopefully I can provide some things to make the gluten-free part easier because it sounds like he deals with a lot of problems, as do I. Good luck to you and your family! I hope he starts to get well soon!

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