Good food makes a big difference in wanting to eat gluten-free. Of course--you can have all the fresh fruit, veggies, and lean meat you want but sometimes you don't want that so here are some yummy gluten-free foods.
Pamela's Gluten-Free bread machine mix (an actual gluten-free bread that is not so dry you have to put something on it and yummy too!)
Lunderberg Rice Chips, Sante Fe Barbecue, these were my favorite chips before I found out I had Celiac. They are sweet and salty.
Act II Popcorn balls, maybe not the healthiest but only 100 calories per ball and it feels like a treat.
Simply organic banana bread it's moist and just the right amount of sweetness.
and for special occasions:
Simply organic carrot cake. I had the carrot cake at Thanksgiving. I added lots of carrots and walnuts, then frosted it with cream cheese frosting, it was to die for.
There are lots of alternatives that the gluten-free if you're willing to cook that are really yummy.
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