Check out this article By Jill Castle, MS, RD:
Jill say’s: Living with a wheat allergy isn’t easy—if you live with one, you know this. If you’re avoiding wheat (by choice or by necessity), you know that wheat is everywhere in our food supply and hard to avoid. Not only do you need to know where the wheat is hiding, you also must be aware of the nutritional pitfalls of going wheat-free, like how to find fiber-rich food alternatives.
Click on the link to view 31 Dietitian Approved Wheat-Free Snacks and Recipes that are nutritious, delicious and high in fiber!
Layne’s Wheat-Free Corn Zucchini Pancakes
These gluten-free corn zucchini pancakes are a perfect way to use up frozen leftover summer corn and zucchini that may still be growing in the garden (or still available at the market). Check out the recipe here.
Easy Grab-n-Go Wheat-Free Snacks, adapted from Jill Castle’s article: http://foodallergies.about.com/od/commonfoodallergies/fl/31-Dietitian-Approved-Wheat-Free-Snacks-and-Recipes.htm
Almonds-choose dry-roasted or raw
Mixed nuts-choose dry-roasted or raw
Dried fruit including raisins-choose unsulphured
Individual cups of canned fruit-choose packed in juice or water, no added sugar
Fresh fruit-choose organic/seasonal/local when available
Peanut butter-choose natural, no added salt
Rice cakes-choose unsalted or lightly salted
Applesauce cups-choose natural, no sugar added, organic
Hard boiled egg-choose organic
Tomato or V8 juice-choose unsalted
Fresh veggies-choose seasonal/local/organic
Hummus-choose brands without added preservatives and additives like sodium benzoate
For more nutritious and delicious recipes with a practical approach to a healthy and wholesome diet, pick up a copy of Layne’s book: Beyond The Mediterranean Diet: European Secrets Of The Super-Healthy.