Sun Cups








Sun Cups are the perfect chocolates for people with allergies and sensitivities… and I’m newly obsessed. They’re nut-free, gluten-free, Certified Kosher and Non-GMO Project Verified. Not only are they all natural, but they are environmentally conscious, too… the cacao comes from Rainforest Alliance Certified™ farms! The signature Sun Cups are made in dark chocolate and milk chocolate and are filled with delicious, creamy sunflower seed butter. I love the dark chocolate variety; the sea salt in the sunflower butter perfectly compliments the bitterness of the chocolate. Sun Cups also has a line of dark chocolate mint cups that are the answer to your Peppermint Pattie cravings! I’m also obsessed with the milk chocolate caramel cups. They are gooey and sticky and everything you want out of caramel! The plain Non-GMO chocolate bars are awesome and I keep them in the freezer for a nibble after dinner! You can find Sun Cups at Whole Foods and smaller health food stores. Check out their website for a store locator or to order a variety pack online! I predict huge success for Sun Cups; they’re the perfect NOBREAD and nut-free chocolate!

Where to buy:

Udi’s at Pizza Hut!


Awesome news for NOBREAD pizza lovers! Pizza Hut has collaborated with Udi’s, the popular GF baked goods company, to create a GF pizza that launches today! The Udi’s crust can be topped with cheese and pepperoni and can be found at 2,400 Pizza Hut locations across the country with more locations coming. Pizza Hut has made sure there will be no cross-contamination, with special procedures to ensure your crust doesn’t come in contact with flour. This is a big step towards gluten-free pizza being available everywhere! Check out and enter your zip code to see if Udi’s is being served at a location near you and tell me what you think!

Battenkill Brittle

If you’re the kind of person who is constantly on the run, and always looking for a quick, healthy snack that you can grab on the go, then I have the product for you! Battenkill Brittle is a low sugar, high protein snack that is especially great when you need a little energy boost. I had the opportunity to sample some of the delicious treat and I’m so excited to report that Battenkill Brittle has become one of my go to snacks. The brittle is naturally gluten free and just the right amount of sweet, so it can be eaten all by itself.  If you’re like me, you’ll want to add it to your salad, oatmeal, ice cream, or just about anything that you would like to add a little extra protein to. Battenkill Brittle, produced in Vermont, is made with organic sunflower seeds, organic pumpkin seeds, organic sesame seeds, organic brown rice syrup, pure Vermont syrup and pecan meal. Battenkill is made in 2 forms, the brittle and brittle crumble, and can be purchased from the online store and a a limited amount of health food stores on the east coast. Check out for store locations. You have to try it…it’s addictive!


Where to Buy:

Chelsea Market

Chelsea Market in the Meatpacking District is home to awesome shops and even better food. Generally, the restaurants and stalls at the Market are outposts of popular NYC restaurants, as having a location in popular/crowded markets is the perfect way for restaurants to increase their presence. Chelsea Market is crowded and lively, and given the Market’s rise in popularity over the last few years, the NOBREAD team decided it was time to go on an adventure to find the best gluten free eats!


Sohha yogurt was our first stop.


You can make your own parfait with fresh fruits, nuts, and seeds.

IMG_9094I added a drizzle of honey to mine! BTW-The granola is subject to cross-contamination, so be careful if you are sensitive. They also serve salads and bowls for lunch!


Grab a pint to go!


The Filling Station has giant jugs of olive oils, vinegars, and salts. It’s a great place to buy some NOBREAD approved cooking supplies for yourself or as a gift! The purple jug is full of merlot sea salt- how fancy is that?


Unsatisfied with just one breakfast, we hopped up on a stool at Bar Suzette and ordered a gluten-free crepe!

Huevos Rancheros at Bar Suzette

Huevos Rancheros!

Huevos Rancheros at Bar Suzette

Bellies full, we took the elevator upstairs to Inglot Cosmetics and ogled over their amazing eyeshadows. Next it was time to scope out some lunch spots!


Takumi Taco has a separate gluten-free menu! They serve Mexican-Asian fusion cuisine; my favorite were the tuna tacos on corn tortillas. It’s definitely worth a stop! Next, we wandered around The Lobster Place.


It’s a marketplace where you can buy lunch or take home a giant fish for your evening’s dinner party.

The prepared items are delicious and they have plenty of NOBREAD choices.


Craving some sugar, we checked out the lineup at Liddabit Sweets.


One Lucky Duck also makes sweet choices- like these faux oreos!



We couldn’t fit another bite of food- the true sign of a successful day!


Polvilho Bakery

Polvilho Puffs

Polvilho Puffs

I am always looking for new healthy snacks; there is something so satisfying about a bowl of crunchy and salty chips or crackers. However, it’s tough to find snacks that are not only healthy, but gluten free, too! I first discovered Polvilho Bakery on a visit to FeelFood, and I couldn’t get enough! The puffs are NOBREAD approved and made with cassava flour; a Brazilian staple that Polvilho creator, Daniela, is introducing to the American snack scene! The puffs are super light and airy and almost dissolve in your mouth! They are also all natural and low in calories, and come in plain, parmesan, flax seed & coconut oil, and cacao flavors. The parmesan flavor reminds me of a grown-up, healthy Cheeto! I also love the flax and coconut flavor; the hint of coconut is so delicious and perfectly savory. The cacao puffs might become my new late night NOBREAD snack, as they remind me of the cocopuff cereal I used to eat when I was a kid! The puffs are made in Brooklyn and you can order them online (link below) and have them shipped anywhere in the US. You can also find them at FeelFood and in several health food stores on the Upper East Side. Check them out and happy NOBREAD snacking!

Where to Buy:

Gluten Free Day

National Gluten Free Day

National Gluten Free Day at Chalk Point Kitchen this Tuesday, Jan 13!

SoHo’s hottest new restaurant is going GLUTEN FREE and featuring a 100% NOBREAD friendly menu its honor!


For reservations call 212-390-0327; I hope to see you there!!

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