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foodspring (Jul 8, 2010)
Jill and I had the opportunity to talk at length. I learned that her cookies were developed as a way to give her gluten-intolerant daughter sweets that were healthier. A caring mom, she didn’t want her daughter eating gluten-free cookies made out of starch. She started baking with a healthier cookie being her end goal. Read the whole story.
Venus in Balance (Jun 4, 2010)
Please meet our sweetest V-Inspiring woman to date! Jill Brack, is the founder and owner, of GLOW Gluten-Free baked goods. Jill is a Mom, who like many Moms, will do anything to help her children feel better. When Jill’s daughter was diagnosed with Celiac Disease, Jill got baking. People with Celiac need to adhere to a gluten-free diet for life. Wanting her daughter to live La Doce Vita, GLOW Gluten-Free Baked Goods was born. Read the whole story.
Health.com (Jun 3, 2010)
Not only are Glow Gluten-Free cookies ($7; glowglutenfree.com) wholesome and delicious, but they're also gluten free. Read the whole story.
The Posh Mom Life (Jun 2, 2010)
Leave it to a mama to come up with the taste-good solution. Glow Gluten Free is a line of cookies that was developed out of necessity when the founder, Jill, and her daughter, Stella, were diagnosed with celiac disease. Unable to indulge in their former Mrs. Fields cookies vice, Jill couldn’t stomach the high-calorie, high-fat gluten-free alternatives so she set out to create one of her own. Read the whole story.
The Gluten-Free RD (May 27, 2010)
I picked up my first package of Glow Gluten Free cookies at a Whole Foods recently. When I read the Nutrition Facts Panel and ingredients statement, I smiled. When I took my first bite, I glowed.
I had finally found a gluten free cookie that I would eat even if I didn’t have to AND which offered a list of ingredients I could feel good about. Read the whole story.
Glutenfearless (May 7, 2010)
I buy a lot of GF products from the grocery store. I buy them once, try them, and that’s usually the last time it happens. Why do I buy? I can cook all my own food, I certainly don’t need convenience foods, but I like to test things out to see how good they are. I like to see how other pastry chef’s are doing in creating good GF goodies. Read the whole story.
NY METRO Parents (May 5, 2010)
Five years ago, after Jill Brack and her daughter were both diagnosed with celiac disease, a digestive and autoimmune disorder that can cause damage to the small intestine and other health problems when gluten is eaten, Brack was determined to make sure Stella didn't feel singled out at birthday parties. So Brack started whipping up some gluten free treats and after many requests from Stella's friends for her cookies, decided she would try to sell them to the celiac community. Read the whole story.
Allergy Sense (Apr 29, 2010)
From the moment I saw the colorful, whimsical packages of Glow Gluten Free Cookies, I wanted to like them. They were just so pretty! But as we all know by now, not all gluten-free cookies are created equal. In fact, most are created, it seems, to taste like the box the came in. I was relieved to discover that Glow is an exception to this rule. The cookies – mostly of the crispy variety and full of flavor – were a pleasant and welcome gluten-free surprise. Read the whole story.
Fit n Natural (Apr 27, 2010)
After featuring just a few Gluten-Free items the response has been fantastic! I did not know how many of you out there follow a Gluten-Free diet or have family members/ friends that do. Wow! Well, here is another treat to put on your Gluten-Free must haves! Not only will Gluten avoiders love these so will everyone else. So I haven’t had toooo many Gluten-Free cookies that were any good to be honest but I fell in love with these Glow Cookies. Read the whole story.