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Sweets for your Valentine

FEATURED ITEM: Sweets for

your Valentine

For a delectable Valentine’s Day treats that are gluten free, check out these great brands:

 

Lucy’s Cookies: Lucy’s cookies are gluten free and made without milk, eggs, peanuts, or tree nuts, but you’d never know it — they’re scrumptious. Every crispy, crunchy, delicious Lucy’s cookie has a light airy texture.

These cookies were created by Dr. Lucy Gibney. When she discovered her child had severe food allergies, she got down to some serious medical research — in the kitchen. What began as a mother’s tasty recipe for her child has today developed into a delicious alternative for people with or without special dietary considerations. Try Chocolate Chip, Maple Bliss, Oatmeal and more.

 

Pamela’s Shortbreads: Pamela’s buttery shortbread is gently sweetened with agave. These delectable shortbreads are gluten-free and egg-free, available in three flavors: Butter, Lemon and Pecan.

Pamela created these shortbreads and other cookies after spending summers in her family’s bakery, packing rice and soy cookies for people with special dietary needs. Although these dry, tasteless cookies were in high demand, they were not particularly appetizing. That’s why, after college Pamela left the family business to start her own independent company founded on the premise that wheat-free and gluten-free foods can taste great and that everyone should have food delicious enough to celebrate.

 

Tate’s Bake Shop: Bite into incredible gluten free cookies like chocolate chip, luscious double chocolate, bright and buttery ginger zinger, and taste their fudgy gluten free brownies. Each treat is produced in a dedicated gluten free facility. Kathleen King, founder and owner of Tate’s Bake Shop, began baking when she was just 11 years old, selling small batches of her crisp, buttery chocolate chip cookies off of a fold-out card table on North Sea Farm, her parents’ Long Island farmstead. In 1980, when she was only 21, Kathleen rented a space her mother spotted and opened her first bake shop. Since then, Kathleen developed a gluten-free line of cookies that are so good that you won’t be able to tell the difference.

 

 

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