Blog Archives for tag vegan

Erin McKenna's Bakery at Disney Springs

Gluten Free Dairy Free at Erin McKenna’s Bakery at Disney Springs

I’ve been pretty lucky to visit Erin McKenna’s Bakery at both Disney Springs and downtown Los Angeles. While I haven’t visited their NYC location, two out of three isn’t bad! And why would I be so excited to eat at a bakery across the country – easy – vegan and gluten-free donuts. And cake. AND… Continue reading »

Sonoma Flatbreads Gluten Free Dairy Free Roasted Vegetables

National Eat Your Vegetables Day with Sonoma Flatbreads

I’m here today to talk about eating your vegetables. It’s National Eat Your Vegetables Day. We’re all adults here, so you know the importance of getting your daily servings of vegetables. Eat vegetables at every meal. Eat the rainbow. Get your daily vitamins and fiber through a plant-based diet. Finish your vegetables or else you’re… Continue reading »

National Wine Day Twitter Party with Red Apple Lipstick (1)

National Wine Day + Red Apple Lipstick Twitter Party 5/25/17

I’m an affiliate for Red Apple Lipstick and I have been for years! Let’s welcome Red Apple Lipstick back as a Celiac Disease Awareness Month sponsor! And we couldn’t think of a better day than today to tip back a glass of rose, or maybe sauv blanc, or maybe even a nice merlot, and sip… Continue reading »

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 »

100% Pure Giveaway with Celiac and the Beast

100% Pure for Mother’s Day and Beyond #CDAM17

Today’s sponsor for Celiac Disease Awareness Month is 100% Pure. I’m an affiliate for them, and links below are affiliate links. I’m also a fan of 100% Pure and I use many of their products daily! And when I’m a fan of something, my mom is a fan of something. Mostly because I love giving… Continue reading »

NuGo Slim Gluten Free and Vegan

NuGo Gluten-Free Vegan Slim Bars: #CDAM17 Giveaway

Let’s welcome NuGo as another sponsor of Celiac Disease Awareness Month with Celiac and the Beast. NuGo Slim NEW bars are certified gluten-free and certified vegan and packed with protein. NuGo Nutrition has a plethora of gluten-free bars to choose from, but I’m so excited about these NuGo Slim bars. NuGo does make bars that are… Continue reading »

Bread SRSLY at CDF Expo 2015

Bread SRSLY #CDAM17 Giveaway with Celiac and the Beast

Bread SRSLY is the most legit gluten-free sourdough ever. So legit in fact, I have become an affiliate for them, and you’ll find my affiliate links throughout this post. But I’m only an affiliate for the products I really believe in, and Bread SRSLY is the best. Period. Bread SRSLY sourdough is also vegan and free… Continue reading »

Beanfields Gluten Free Dairy Free Nachos

Beanfields Rice and Bean Chips #CDAM17 Giveaway

Welcome to our second sponsor of Celiac and the Beast’s Celiac Disease Awareness Month! Let’s give a big welcome to Beanfields! Beanfields Rice and Bean Chips are a crunchy way to get protein and fiber into your snacks. And who doesn’t love chips? The chips are vegan, certified gluten-free and are also free from top food… Continue reading »

Luna & Larry's Coconut Bliss Ice Cream Sandwich

Best of Expo West 2017: Gluten-Free Sweets

Expo West is my favorite time of the year, a gluten-free new product Christmas. Every year, I try to find the newest, hottest products from the Best of Expo West that you’l see on store shelves soon, or in the upcoming year. I have several categories that I plan on presenting to you, along with… Continue reading »

Mega Food

Mind YOUR Gap with MegaFood! Do you need supplements?

I met MegaFood at ShiftCon, where I received several samples of the product. I was initially interested in this brand because it seemed incredibly clean – no fillers or nonsense – just a bunch of real food. They also partnered with celiac-friendly brands like Lundberg Family Farms and Uncle Matt’s to source some of their… Continue reading »