Blog Archives for tag gF Jules

Celiac and the Beast presents gluten-free vegan scones with Graceland Fruit

Graceland Fruit Perfect for Gluten-Free Scones

I can’t wait for you to meet our next sponsor of Celiac Disease Awareness Month with Celiac and the Beast, but first – a story about scones. I’m obsessed with scones. I was before I was gluten-free. I was specifically obsessed with Starbucks’ scones. Of course, I can’t have that now – as I’m celiac… Continue reading »

gf Jules award winning gluten-free bread

#CDAM16 Daily Sponsor GF Jules

HAPPY WEEKEND! Welcome to Celiac Disease Awareness Month and happy Saturday! Today is brought to you by GF Jules – you know the real Jules! ’m lucky enough to not only consider gF Jules as a personal friend, but also a coworker! She’s an associate editor at Gluten Free and More magazine – where I am… Continue reading »

Ugly Christmas Sweaters

Ugly Christmas Sweaters + Gluten Free Dairy Free Gingerbread Fun

Not only did we rock the Ugly Christmas Sweaters this year (handmade of course), but we killed the party with gluten free dairy free gingerbread yummies featuring GF Jules and So Delicious! NonGFBF won first place with his vintage tinsel and ornaments tree sweatshirt and I won third place for my cat handmade hand-sewn nightmare…. Continue reading »

gF Jules new packaging!

Sample The gF Jules Gluten Free Flour

**UPDATE: Jules received SO many offers, thank you SO much for reaching out to her! I hope you’ve all enjoyed the product and will give her repeat business. If you have reached this page past Feb 2015, please visit for information on how to score a sample from GF Jules! You can pay just… Continue reading »

gfJules gingerbread cookies

The Real Jules, Real Good Giveaway & Review

My friend Jules Shepard (HUMBLE BRAG MUCH, CATB?) reached out to me and wanted to know if i’d help spread the good word about her awesome mixes (made by actually her and not some company that still has her name unfortunately). Because she’s only like an epic superhero in the gluten-free community (we owe her –… Continue reading »