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Cutie Cake Cafe (Sep 30, 2010)
One thing I love about these cookies is that not only are they gluten free, but they are also preservative free (and also casein and trans fat free!). As a baker, I have a strong love of whole, natural ingredients used in my foods, so I love to see the same care put into the baked goods that I buy. And as I am wont to do with ALL my foods these days, one of the first things I did was read the ingredients panel. I have to hand it to Glow Gluten Free -- you have convinced me that baked goods using bean flour CAN taste good! This is the first experience I have had with bean flours that has been a positive one, so that is saying something! Read the whole story.
Zabars (Sep 2, 2010)
In this series of hunting through our store, looking for new, delicious and unique products it's clear that there's a need for gluten free snacks and that we're helping to fulfill that need. So I'll begin by exploring a few of these products, here is one with perhaps my favorite packaging: Glow Gluten Free Cookies. Read the whole story.
NWA Foodie (Sep 2, 2010)
Recently you heard me go on and on about a new gluten free discovery at Cook’s Natural Market in downtown Rogers: Glow gluten free chocolate chip cookies! I must say the adorable package caught my eye so I bought them. Next came the taste: Oh me, oh my! Read the whole story.
Chicago Now (Aug 28, 2010)
Remember cookies? Those round yummy, crunchy, sweet things that can be found at bakeries? Some of you with celiac or wheat allergies might have forgotten but Jill Brack of Glow Gluten Free offers a delicious reminder. When Jill and her daughter were both diagnosed with celiac disease they found themselves missing their favorite treats. Not satisfied with the gluten free cookies on the market, Jill took to experimenting in her kitchen. Read the whole story.
Bite of the Best (Aug 28, 2010)
Glow Gluten Free makes cookies for those with celiac disease. Nearly 1 in every 100 Americans are affected by celiac disease, an auto immune disorder in which the intestines become damaged by eating gluten, the protein found in wheat, rye, barley and other grains. Read the whole story.