Good Things Come to Those Who Bake – Gluten Free!

Gluten-Free RecipesSometimes your friends do something so unexpected, so wonderful, so quietly amazing that all you can do is hug them!

Here is my hug for Thrifty Foods, who with no fanfare whatsoever, published recipes in their mainstream flyer that are – wait for it – gluten free!

I have to admit that when Thrifty Foods Weekly e-Flyer arrived in my email box, entitled ‘Good things come to those who bake.‘ I was fairly certain that the featured recipes would not apply to me, a diagnosed celiac.

However, as I explored the first recipe, Date Paste, I was encouraged. Think: healthier version of Nutella, sans nuts.

Next was the recipe for Homemade Fruit and Nut ChocolatesI was hopeful – and rewarded! No gluten either! Wow!

So here’s what I love about all this.

Thrifty Foods is treating the gluten free just like they do their other valued customers. They aren’t making a big deal out of accommodating us. Instead, serving celiacs, those choosing to go gluten free, those with allergies, mobility issues, stay-at-home seniors and likely many more who we don’t know about, is all in a day’s work at Thrifty Foods.

I appreciate it.  Don’t you!

To view Thrifty Foods complete November 11-17 flyer, click here.

There’s more!

 

Gluten-Free Date PasteGluten free fruit and nut chocolates

 

 

 

 

 

 



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