Gluten free Mac’n cheese review #Celiac #comfort food

I’ve been feeling under the weather the last week and have, for many reasons, turned to carbohydrate-filled food when I’m not too sick to eat anything.
We were also greeted by a huge Nor’easter Thursday that put this year’s other snowstorms to shame!


So this week I had a lot of rice and ginger ale. For rice I often have Lundberg gluten free rice.   
For the first time, I also tried Annie’s gluten  free macaroni and cheese.


I have to say, that I don’t have high expectations for packaged foods, but was pleasantly surprised by how tasty it was and relieved by how easy it was to make.


For ginger ale, I drink Reed’s, which is also gluten free.


A few sips at a time is all I need and the amount of ginger is intense. It works to soothe an upset stomach.
I hope to feel better soon so I can get back to a normal, well- balanced gluten-free diet. 
Be well!

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3 Replies to “Gluten free Mac’n cheese review #Celiac #comfort food”

  1. I wasn’t sure if ginger ale was gluten free. It’s good to know it may not be. My son doesn’t drink soda yet, but I will keep that in mind… I was looking for gluten free beer for a beer batter fish recipe (I’m not much of a beer drinker but the beer batter fish recipe is easy – just two ingredients – gluten free bisquick and gluten free beer.) I did find a gluten free hard apple cider at Trader Joe’s and to me it tastes like beer. I haven’t tried it in the recipe yet.

    For mac & cheese my favorite is ancient harvest quinoa mac and cheese. I was also plesantly surprised. even has the microwaveable version of the Annie’s Homegrown Gluten Free Mac and Cheese you mentioned. I may have to try that – the kids are keeping me very busy these days 🙂

    1. I suppose until the gluten free labeling law goes into effect this year, we’ll see what happens with the different brands of ginger ale. Thanks, I will have to try that!

      1. Oh wow! I didn’t even know they passed a new gluten free labeling law. I was happy just to have the most common allergens listed in plain english!

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