Recipe Swap: Gluten Free Edition

Find New Ways to Go Gluten Free

In just the last few years, the gluten-free diet has skyrocketed in popularity. There’s never been a better time to go gluten-free or to just incorporate more gluten-free options into your diet.

While some gluten is perfectly alright for those who aren’t living with celiac disease, many people could benefit from relying less on grains.

If you’re new to gluten-free cooking, it may sound intimidating to stop relying on staples like sandwiches, cereals, wraps, crackers, and other wheat-based foods. But by meeting up and chatting with others about their favorite foods to prepare, you’re sure to get some inspiration for the kitchen!

What to Expect from the Recipe Swap

My main goal for this experience is to help people come together to expand their palates! It’s easy to depend on pasta, bread, and other gluten-packed products for the majority of our meals. By joining this recipe swap, you’ll be inspired to play with your creativity, try new ingredients, expand your palate, and make meaningful connections with other gluten-free eaters along the way.

During this recipe swap, expect to:

-Discuss ways to substitute regular flour and other glutinous ingredients in recipes
-Discover new recipes to test out and share with your loved ones
-Provide a few of your tried and true gluten-free recipes
-Make some meaningful connections

This group is whatever you and the other participants choose to make it. The only mandatory element is that you bring at least one of your favorite gluten-free recipes - pictures are encouraged!

Hosted by:

Forces of Nature Wellness Clinic

Benefits of Going Gluten Free

You don’t have to have celiacs disease to benefit from a less glutenous diet. Going gluten-free can help improve cholesterol levels, promote digestive health, increase energy levels, and help promote weight loss.

Think about it, by replacing bread and grains with fruits, vegetables, and proteins there’s no doubt that your body would be happier and healthier!

Additionally, many people find that gluten can be a source of allergy, inflammation, and discomfort. Therefore, when gluten is eliminated from the diet, people who suffer from bloating to allergies may find relief. Curious to see what less gluten can do for your health? This is the perfect first opportunity to find out!

If you’re looking to jazz up your meal plan and are ready to share your culinary skills, you definitely don’t want to miss out on this opportunity.

I’m so excited to get started on Monday, June 8th at 7:00 pm EDT!

I’m so excited to get started on Monday, June 8th at 7:00 pm EDT!