Gluten Free Prairie Giveaway

Disclaimer: I received samples of this product, but I was not paid to write this post. All opinions are my own, and I only recommend products that I, myself, use and love.

People are finally starting to talk more about purity protocol gluten free oats, and I’m so excited!

“Jessica, what is the purity protocol?” – Oats that are grown in a dedicated gluten free field, then harvested/packaged in a gluten free facility.

“Are all gluten free oats purity protocol?” – Nope, most GF oats are regular oats that are mechanically/optically sorted to remove the gluten-containing grains (that’s what Cheerios does).

“But certified gluten free oats are purity protocol oats, right?” – NOPE! At least not necessarily. Certified is not synonymous with purity protocol. Many certified GF products use GF oats that are mechanically/optically sorted. 

“How can I find out which oats are purity protocol and which aren’t?” Gluten Free Watchdog has a great page about it. 

“Okay, what’s your favorite purity protocol oat supplier?” – Gluten Free Prairie, of course!

Gluten Free Prairie is run by Deb Wheaton. Among her notable accomplishments, she is on the Celiac Disease Foundation Board of Directors and was awarded the CDF’s highest honor, the Blue Butterfly Award, for her years of service. A portion of the proceeds from Gluten Free Prairie go to the Celiac Disease Foundation for their programs to raise awareness.

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Important facts about the Gluten Free Prairie:

  • Supports the purity protocol – oats are grown in glutenfree fields then harvested/packaged in a designated glutenfree facility 
  • Certified gluten free by the Celiac Spruce Association 
  • Tests to less than 5ppm
  • Non GMO and Certified Kosher
  • High in fiber
  • Higher in protein than most traditional oats (17-22% compared to 13%)

Products include:

  • Oat Groats
  • Oat Flour
  • Oatmeal
  • Montana Mornings Granola
  • Deep Dark Chocolate Brownie Mix
  • Pancake & Waffle Mix
  • Hunger Buster Cookies

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I love, love, love Gluten Free Prairie. The taste, quality, safety, the awesome owner – Gluten Free Prairie is the way to go if you’re an oat lover. The brownie mix is amazing! I especially love using the all purpose flour and pancake/waffle mix to make crepes. I recently attempted to make pancakes using the suggested recipe on the back of the pancake/waffle mix. My current nonstick pan is slightly warped (aka it’s no longer perfectly flat), so the pancake batter spread out a bit too much (yay more crepes!). Easy fix if you’ve got a similar uneven pan – decrease the amount of milk and add 1/4 tsp xanthan gum. Perfect pancakes! Also, as an oatmeal lover in my pre-celiac days, I am so happy to now have a gluten free oatmeal that I can finally trust.

Find GlutenFree Prairie products in stores nationwide and on amazon.com For more information visit www.glutenfreeprairie.com

GIVEAWAY! Two winners will receive a Deep Dark Chocolate Brownie Mix, Pancake & Waffle Mix, Hunger Buster Cookie, a Montana Mornings Granola, Oatmeal, and Simply Wholesome All Purpose Flour Blend – that’s almost all of their products! Enter via the rafflecopter link below. Continental US residents only. Giveaway ends Thursday January 4th at 11:59 EST.

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Visit my Instagram for an extra giveaway! 2 more winners will be chosen there!

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20 thoughts on “Gluten Free Prairie Giveaway

  1. I would love to win the Gluten Free Prairie giveaway so I can enjoy their products. I need gluten free products that are healthy and GFP’s are higher in fiber and as gluten free as you can get.

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  2. I’d like to win so I could make the deep dark chocolate brownies! My daughter would love those. I’d also like to try their all purpose flour.

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