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GFree Cuisine Highlight and Giveaway!!!

GFree offers simple and delicious gluten-free recipes, every day. Gfree is a menu planning service providing all of the tools so you can prepare healthy gluten-free dinners. Whether you’ve been diagnosed with Celiac, have an autistic child or you are looking for a healthier lifestyle, GFree will help you answer “what’s for dinner?” You choose your weekly gluten-free recipes and the automatic grocery list is tabulated. Shop once a week and have all of the ingredients needed for five meals.

-Each week you choose five entrees you’d like to make for the week. A GFree subscription is only $10 per month.
-We offer a comprehensive grocery list with gluten-free brands. 5 dinners and sides cost less than $100 per week at the grocery store.
-Gluten-free bread recipes, freezer recipes and gluten-free dessert recipes are also on the site.

I have been enjoying my subscription now for the past few months. It has been an easy and delicious way for me to cook great gluten free food for my family without having to look through all my cookbooks for dinner ideas then make a grocery list.

I love the Carol Fenster, PhD has teamed up with Gfree Cuisine to create these delicious meals. There are enough to choose from each week that you are bound to get a menu that you and your family love. I love the addition of “special treats” which gives you ideas for making something a little special each week on top of your regular meals. Sometimes it is a yummy dip and other times it is a sweet treat.

Gfree Cuisine really is a great idea for anyone living gluten free. If you are looking for a wonderful Christmas of birthday gift idea, here it is!

So are you ready to win a subscription to Gfree Cuisine?!

**(2) Grand Prize Winner- will receive a FREE 6-month subscription to Gfree Cuisine. This is a $49.00 value!!!

HERE’S HOW TO ENTER: (Please leave your e-mail with each entry so I can contact you if you win.)

(Mandatory) Become a follower on AND visit Gfree Cuisine’s website and tell me what sounded best to you from the sample menu. If you are already a follower, please still leave a comment that you are and do the second part. If possible tell a friend about this site.

Extra Entries:

1. Visit Gfree Cuisine’s blog and tell me about an article that looked interesting to you.

2. Visit Gfree Cuisine’s website and look at the subscription prices. Tell me the one that sounds best to you and why.

3. Visit Gfree Cuisine’s website and look at the sample grocery list. Tell me what you think.

4. Grab our DIAPERSTYLE blog button in the top left corner (beneath the big welcome picture) of this site and place it on your blog. Leave a comment saying you did with a link to the place it is.

5. Post about this giveaway on your blog, Twitter or Facebook with a link back to us. (3 entries!!! So be sure to leave 3 comments for this.)


*If you have any questions just post to me. Also, existing fans, and followers of Gluten Free Frenzy you MUST submit that you follow or are a fan to have it count as an entry. I can’t go through everyone and submit their entry just for being a fan on my own, so please post that you are already a fan or follower if you are and specify to what (ex. Facebook, blog…) THIS IS A BLOG GIVEAWAY SO ALL ENTRIES TO WIN MUST BE DONE ON THIS BLOG POST…

*Giveaway ends Sunday September 26, 2010 at 11:59 PM (MST). This giveaway is open to the US only.


  1. Patti S Patti S

    The flank steak looks yummy. I am already a follower of your blog.

  2. Stefanie Stefanie
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  5. Chicken Burritos with Mango Salsa!! Oh that sounds good!

  6. I'm a follower of GFF and I think the shrimp with sweet and sour glaze sounds great. What a great service!

  7. I went to the blog and thought the article on the fund raiser dinner looked interesting–and the recipes sounded fabulous!

  8. I looked at the subscription prices–I think the best deal is the year long subscription but it might be wiser to try it for 6 months to see how it works out with my other dietary issues and with our family.

  9. I checked out the grocery list–looks very well organized, my DH usually does the shopping for “reg stuff” and I do the “specialty” type stuff. My adult kids also cook, so I think this would eliminate the need to plan meals every night–it would be awesome!

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