How to Make Your Gluten-Free Pantry Smile

How to Make Your Gluten-Free Pantry Smile

How to Make Your

Gluten-Free Pantry Smile

 

Your gluten-free pantry can make or break your gluten-free kitchen.

 

Really!

 

Your pantry, or area where you keep your gluten-free food, needs to be set up a particular way to keep cross-contamination at bay. Did you realize this?

 

Kids at home?

 

Think about how your kids grab a snack from the pantry. They shove their hand inside a bag or box, and walk away leaving a trail of raisins, cereal or crackers on the floor.  Super annoying!

 

Now think about having gluten-filled foods and gluten-free foods in the same space – same scenario. What happens here?

 

Well, my friend, you just cross-contaminated your safe gluten-free foods. (Those gluten-filled foods fall right into the gluten-free foods – oh no.)

 

You need to designate a safe space to keep your gluten-free foods without the worry of cross-contaminating the food you need to stay healthy.

 

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Now is a great time to think about boosting

the health of our gluten-free pantry.

 

What does that mean?

 

More than ever people are thinking about their health – how to stay healthy during this pandemic, which is more than just having gluten-free food at home. And, others are eating more than ever to deal with these trying times and worrying about the effects that may come from it.

 

What foods are you grabbing right now?  Reaching for junk and processed foods?

 

Or do you keep healthier alternatives on-hand to diminish the junk?

 

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Change your Plate to Change your Health

 

One way to create health in your life is to change your plate to change your health. Choosing healthier options will boost your health by offering your body the nutrients, minerals and vitamins it needs.

 

Filling your pantry with healthier options changes your health for the better.

 

Think about items to fill your pantry that can help it smile and boost your health. A few suggestions would be beans, rice, pasta, dried fruits and nuts, gluten-free oats, quinoa, canned tomatoes . . . .

 

Just with these simple items you can create multiple dinners by adding in veggies and proteins from the fridge or freezer.

 

Simple meals for simple times

 

How will you stock your pantry moving forward?

 

 

 

Want to take your Gluten-Free Kitchen to the next level?

I invite you to join me for Your Confident Gluten-Free Kitchen

This mini-course will walk you through setting up your gluten-free kitchen with step by step videos

so that you can kick cross-contamination to the curb to cook and bake with confidence in your gluten-free kitchen.

Click below for the details: Your Confident Gluten-Free Kitchen

Your Confident Gluten-Free 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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