When you think of common foods, what do you think of? The top three I think of are Peanut Butter and Jelly, Pizza, and Quesadillas. Maybe it is because I am in college right now and those are all cheap options that us poor college kids eat daily! But regardless thanks to Rudi’s Gluten-Free Product line all of these extremely common foods are able to be Celiac friendly.
I personally like to change up the generic PB&J every once in a while and the other day when I was hiking around Geneva Lake in Colorado I opted out of jelly and chose peanut butter and honey instead. Use some of Rudi’s Gluten-Free Original Bread and oh man you have a perfect hiking and/or skiing sack lunch.
Pizza and Quesadillas fall under the same category for me as greasy guilt food. Honestly, what more could a college kid want? Celiac friends! You too can delve into these treasures:)
The other day I actually used cauliflower as a crust alternative and it worked out beautifully. All I did was grate the head of the cauliflower (about 1 cup), mix in an egg, 1/2 a cup of shredded Gluten-Free mozzerella, one chopped garlic glove, and some basil and oregano. Spread that pasty mixture on some parchment paper and put it in the oven at 450 for 15-20 minutes until it crisps up and you have a really yummy crust. Luckily, if you are in a rush or just don’t want to put in all that effort you can also use Rudi’s Gluten-Free Pizza Crust!
Lastly, the new Gluten-Free Tortilla line from Rudi’s really does change the world of Mexican food for Celiac and Gluten intolerant people. All three flavors are simply amazing and make for so many different options, I personally like the original for my quesadillas. If you use one tortilla, gluten-free cheese, some grilled chicken, black beans, and cilantro- mmm you will be in a very happy place.
Enjoy these simple yet so yummy meals this weekend, I know I will!:)
-Grace, Rudi’s Gluten-Free Bakery