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Loving Lately: Gluten-Free Food Edition

It’s been awhile since I’ve talked about anything food related on the blog, mostly because I’m pretty boring when it comes to food. I’m not a huge buyer of a lot of gluten-free “packaged” foods because, like I said, I’m just kind of boring but I did want to pop in and share a few really awesome products that I’ve found in the last few weeks.




I first heard of this company because they sponsored one of the Ladies Lift Here contests and provided samples to competitors. One of my teammate’s told me it was delicious and that I should check out their website because they allow to make custom oatmeal blends and best part? They have gluten-free oats (!) and insane flavors like s’mores, peanut butter banana bread,etc. You can mix your own and chose your own add ins, sweeteners, types of oats, etc. I highly recommend! Shipping is a little pricey so I usually combine my order with a friend to score free shipping.


Freschetta Gluten Free Pizza

*Note: I was compensated and provided free product by the company. All opinions are, as usual, my own.*

Pizza is one of the things I really miss as a gluten-free person. While there is one place in Richmond (Ashland, actually) that makes gluten-free pizza that is nearly cross contamination free, it’s pretty far from where I live,  I rarely get a chance to grab some so I rely pretty heavily on frozen gluten-free pizzas to get my pizza fix. At this point, I’m pretty sure I’ve tried nearly every brand available and have yet to find one that I reallllly like. Usually, they either: taste weird, never ever get crispy (I love a good thin crispy crust), fall apart and don’t hold up to toppings, or they’re just plain bad. Since I am all about equal opportunity pizza eating (duh), I was eager to accept Freschetta’s offer to provide me with some pizza (free pizza is the best!) and do a small review. I picked them up at my local Food Lion but they are also available at some Martin’s nearby. Anyways, pizza. My go-to pizza making method is simply to buy a plain cheese pizza on pile on the entire contents of my fridge - so that’ what I did. And HOLY. CRUST. This is truly the first frozen pizza I’ve tried that had an actual crispy crust (like real crispiness!) and held up and tasted awesome.


Besides being absolutely delicious, here are some other things that made me loooove this:

- Certified gluten-free by the Celiac Support Association

- Personal AND full size pizzas (but every pizza is a personal pizza if you try hard enough, right?)

- Average price point for gluten-free pizza ($9.99 for regular, $5.99 for personal)

Seriously, I cannot recommend it enough. PIZZA FOR EVERYONE. #TrustTheCrust



Post weigh in/competition food. #saltfiend #poweredbypbcups

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Jerky is one of my competition day staples because give me all the salt and I really love the KRAVE jerky brands. Not only are they gluten-free (and gluten-free jerky is crazy difficult to find) but they also have SO MANY different flavors ranging from sweet to super spicy. I usually buy mine from Target but they’re availables tons of places. My favorite flavors are definitely the black cherry pork jerky and the garlic chili beef.

Slow Cooker Citrus Pork

**This post contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.** Just popping in to share my latest slow cooker pulled pork obsession - it's citrusy, insanely easy, and delicious with plantain chips.

I also may have made this slightly cuban style pork JUST to eat with plantain chips. I have a problem.



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Easy Citrus Chicken

This recipe came from the fact that I'm having an eating "thing" in that nothing really sounds good to me. Seriously. My usual go-to for dinner is some sort of beef but lately, I can't even fathom the thought of eating ground beef (and no, I'm not pregnant). Last night, while rifling through my  kitchen for something, anything, that sounded appetizing I noticed a lonely package of chicken breasts and an orange. Orange chicken sounded pretty good but I didn't want anything super sweet or too reminiscent of traditional crappy take-out chinese orange chicken. Don't worry, that does sound preeeetttty good but let's be real - I was feeling quite lazy and didn't feel like taking the time to make a gluten-free version of that particular iteration of orange chicken.

ANYWAYS (I'm rambling today - I blame the fact that I'm at submaximal caffeine intake while writing this), long story short - I decided to throw a bunch of things in a skillet and hope for the best. What turned out was SO good, I had to share...which means I had to make it look somewhat photogenic and stare at it for awhile through my camera lens before I could annihilate a giant bowl of this delicious chicken. You're welcome.

P.S. The winner for the Rep Fitness gymnastics ring giveaway has been announced on the original post!

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