Gluten Free Prairie Feature and GIVEAWAY!!

If you have already heard of Gluten Free Prairie then you know just how amazing this company and their products are. If you haven’t then you are in for a life changing treat! Oats are not something you can tolerate you say? Even those that are certified gluten free? Never enjoying oats again is just not acceptable in my book. Enter Gluten Free Prairie.

Gluten Free Prairie is a wonderful family owned company based in Montana. Owners Jeremy, Deb and Rick Wheaton truly care about the health and wellness of their customers. The pride and care that is taken in growing their very special oats is just impeccable!  If you have ever have the pleasure of meeting this wonderful couple, you will learn what I did in a matter of minutes, that they are very knowledgeable in the needs of those living gluten free and especially with celiac disease. Thanks to this knowledge and concern, our gluten free community will forever be changed by the creation of Gluten Free Prairie’s certified gluten free, HULL-LESS oats.

From the Owner:

People often ask us, “What makes your oats so special?”
We know that oats are naturally gluten-free but often cross-contaminated in the field. We also know that oats are among the most nutritious of all cereal grains making them the perfect addition to any diet. And our GFP Oats can take a healthy gluten-free diet to a whole new level.
  • Because our Gluten-Free Prairie Oat is naturally hull-less, it requires minimal processing and has not been soaked or steamed. Bonus: there is no hull debris to remove prior to packaging. Additionally we’ve been really impressed with their 18 month shelf-life. (Possibly due to the lower moisture content)
  • This new variety of hull-less oats, developed at Montana State University, is also higher in protein than many other varieties. Most oats are approx. 13% protein, while Gluten-Free Prairie Oats consistently test out between 17 & 22% protein.

Our Gluten-Free Prairie Oats are also:

    • A Certified Gluten-Free Product – consistently testing at 3ppm
    • High in Fiber and Protein – which is often lacking in a gluten-free diet
    • Non GMO and Certified Kosher
    • Naturally Creamy and Delicious
    • Grown in gluten-free fields
    • Harvested and Packaged in a designated gluten-free facility in  Southwest Montana, USA. Just a few miles from the designated gluten-free field.

GFP is also a proud sponsor of the Celiac Disease Foundation (www.celiac.org), our goal is to provide our gluten-free community with healthy, field to fork products.

Sincerely,
Deb Wheaton

My family and I just adore these oats! We eat them hot for breakfast, in recipes, like my favorite and healthy Oatmeal Meatloaf or Mom’s Famous Chocolate Chip Cookies. In addition to delicious oats, Gluten Free Prairie also produced the most delicious Giddy Up Granola Bites. Full of nutrition, crunch and amazing flavor! The bites are a great way to enjoy a healthy snack on-the-go. They also make a wonderful topper to granola and even the traditional Gluten Free Prairie hot oatmeal for a creamy, crunchy bowl of goodness! Gluten Free Prairie oats on oats? Love it!!! Since we have been doing P90X for the past 60 days, I have been missing my sweets. For that reason, I created this delicious, yet healthy breakfast dish. (As you can see, my little guy sure loved them! ) Thank you to the Wheaton’s for creating this truly game changing product for those of us living gluten free. I am honored to call you my friends.

Chocolate Dipped Strawberry Oatmeal

1/2 c. Gluten Free Prairie Oats
Sliced Strawberries
3 drops Liquid Vanilla Stevia (I like Sweet Leaf brand)
1/4 c. Organic Chocolate Milk
Drizzle of Raw Chocolate Syrup (I like Wilderness Family Naturals)

*Boil 1 c. of water. Add 1/2 c. Gluten Free Prairie Oats then reduce heat. Cook 5 minutes, stirring occasionally. Place oats in a bowl, add stevia and stir. Add chocolate milk and strawberries. Drizzle with chocolate syrup and enjoy!

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Comments

  1. I'd make zucchini bread using this oatmeal!
    e.smith09@rocketmail.com

  2. I use oats as a binder in my burgers and in place of breadcrumbs in meatloaf.

  3. I've had these oats and they are wonderful! I'd probably make some no bake cookies.

  4. I'm on my 2nd round of P90X…wow it works!! I would definitely make some low sugar oatmeal cookies…YUM!!

  5. I would make the Banana Almond Oatmeal Pancakes :)

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  6. The banana almond oatmeal pancakes sound soooo good! I'd love to try making them!

  7. I would use the oats to make some strawberry oatmeal for the mornings.
    stef42678@cox.net

  8. I would use these oats to make a savory tofu dish with an oatmeal coating, brown rice and veggies.
    stef42678@cox.net

  9. meatloaf!

  10. I'd make no bake cookies. oh yes!

  11. My oh my…so many choices! I pick the Gluten-Free Raisin Newtons.

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  12. I made this dish as a college student on a tiny budget. First, I toasted my oats in butter and sauteed lots of onions and carrots in a big skillet. Then I mixed the three and added hot chicken stock and cooked till oats were done. Texture-wise, it reminded me of risotto and taste-wise it was very filling and delicious!
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  13. that's easy–oatmeal cookies!
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  14. I think that it would be interesting to mix some cooked into a meatloaf. Right now I used crushed rice cakes!

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