5 Reasons To Set Up Your Gluten-Free Kitchen Properly


5 reasons to set up your gluten-free kitchen properly

5 Reasons To Set Up Your

Gluten-Free Kitchen Properly


Spring has sprung! It’s time to spring clean your gluten-free kitchen.

As much as I love the spring weather and all the beautiful, green growth happening outside, it’s time for the not so fun part – cleaning.


Maybe not exciting, but totally needed, right?


What better time than now to clean out and make sure you’ve set up your gluten-free kitchen properly.


You truly need to have a kitchen that offers safety, support and success to keep your health on track.


gluten-free kitchen utensils

WHY you should set up your

Gluten-Free Kitchen Properly


#1  Get out of overwhelm

When you go to prepare, cook, bake or even grab a snack, are you constantly worrying about “being glutened” in your own home?  That sure adds a lot of stress to your day!  No one needs added stress my friend! Setting up your kitchen will take away this fear. You’ll have the right food and kitchen items set, and everything will be in its own place. No more overwhelm!


gluten-free lemons in water with honey

#2  Stop cross-contamination

Setting up your kitchen properly will definitely decrease, and hopefully eliminate cross-contamination happening in your own kitchen.  Take the steps needed and you’ll see how much this helps the issue!


#3  Having a designated SAFE Spot

Setting up your own special area within the kitchen takes away more stress from worrying about cross-contamination.  If only part of your household is living gluten-free, you’ll have a safe designated area just for your gluten-free food and items. Setting up this space is imperative to keeping healthy.

If your whole house is gluten-free, then you still need to discuss a “safe spot” for gluten-filled items when family and friends come to visit.


gluten-free grapes in kitchen

#4  Using Safe items and Utensils

Having a safe gluten-free kitchen will mean getting rid of some past items you have used pre-gluten-free.  Many items, plastics especially, hold onto gluten. Meaning, you don’t want to continue using them, like colanders and toasters. There’s a lot to go through, purge, replace and reset to complete your gluten-free kitchen. No worries, I am about to tell you how to figure this all out!


gluten-free kitchen items with herbs

#5 To Have the Support of your Household

Sharing a space with gluten-free and gluten-filled items can get a bit confusing if you don’t set rules and expectations with everyone in the kitchen.  Which butter is GF? Can you dip your knife in the mayo? Which pans are you each using? Who cleans up after they prepare a gluten-filled item? How to cook both at the same time?

Yes, a lot to think about!

Having a family chat and setting up rules for your kitchen helps everything run very smoothly.  When people come to stay over with us, I share our kitchen rules, which I post on my fridge.  At first my husband thought I was being rude. But as time went on, he definitely saw the necessity for the rules and keeping everything in order.  Without it, you all walk around mad about what’s happening – there’s no need for that!


Beautiful clean gluten-free kitchen

So, how do you set up your gluten-free kitchen properly?


In my 30 Day Safe Gluten-Free Kitchen Make Over, I walk you through all you need to set up and create your safe gluten-free kitchen. Whether you have a huge dream kitchen or a small apartment kitchen, whether you just started living gluten-free, or you have been doing so for awhile, this program is for you!


I’ll teach you what’s needed, how to clean to reset and replace certain items, finding your designated spots, setting your pantry and fridge, setting the rules with family members and more! You’ll also get simple action steps to take after each lesson, creating your safe kitchen as we move through the 30 days.


Would you like to have your gluten-free kitchen

set up for

safety ** support ** success

in just 30 days?


Join me here!

30 Day Safe Gluten-Free Kitchen Make Over

Hope to see you in the kitchen!



This information is being provided to you for educational and informational purposes only. It is being provided to educate you about gluten-free living and as a self-help tool for your own use. It is not meant to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure. This information is to be used at your own risk based on your own judgment. Always seek the advice of your own Medical Provider regarding any questions or concerns you have about your specific health, or any medications. The information shared is not allowed to be reproduced, replicated or sold.

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