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How to enjoy Major League Baseball on a Gluten-Free Diet

Monday, October 24th, 2011

 

 

Don’t let celiac disease or other food allergies like lactose intolerance keep you from enjoying major league baseball.  Yummy gluten-free dietmenus for gluten intolerance are available at most ballparks. Find your favorite gluten-free beer, hot dogs with tapioca-rice hot dog buns, and more.  Before you sit down to enjoy the game, check out this gluten-free food list for baseball fans.

HOW TO ENJOY MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL ON A GLUTEN-FREE DIET, WWW.B12PATCH.COM

Major League Baseball gluten-free food list:

Gluten-Free Hot Dogs, Chicken, and Veggie Dogs

  • Minnesota Twins Big Dog
  • Chili Cheese Dog
  • Dugout Dog
  • Kinnikinnick Tapioca-Rice Hot Dog Buns
  • Bun-less Grilled chicken
  • Bun-less Hot Dog
  • Veggie Dogs
  • Veggie Kabobs
  • Pork Chop on a stick
  • Shrimp Skewers
  • Turkey Leg
  • Bull’s BBQ food

Gluten-Free Side Dishes

  • Loaded Nachos
  • Crab Cakes
  • Asian Noodle Salad
  • Fresh Fruit
  • Carrots with Ranch Dressing

Gluten-Free Beer

HOW TO ENJOY MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL ON A GLUTEN-FREE DIET, WWW.B12PATCH.COM

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Gluten-Free Snack Foods

  • Cracker Jacks
  • Angie’s Kettle Corn- gluten-free and nut-free
  • Carmel & Cheddar Popcorn Mix
  • Gluten-Free Nut snacks
  • Noah’s Pretzels: Gluten-Free Pretzels
  • California Chips

HOW TO ENJOY MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL ON A GLUTEN-FREE DIET, WWW.B12PATCH.COM

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Gluten-Free Candy

Gluten-Free Desserts

  • Fruichi Smoothies
  • Talenti Gelato
  • Kozy Shack gluten-free puddings and gel snacks
  • Lifeway Frozen Kefir-  gluten-free and 99% lactose-free
  • Gluten-free chocolate chip cookies and brownies

Word to the Wise

Before you purchase anything from a gluten-free hot dog stand, or other concession cart, make sure that the food they’re offering really is celiac disease-friendly.

  • Only buy prepared food from vendors that are exclusively gluten-free, as opposed to simply offering a few menu items for people with gluten-intolerance among other non-elimination diet snacks.
  • Ask the food servers if they know what a celiac disease diet is, and the risk involved with gluten cross-contamination.
  • Packaged foods (gluten free chocolate chip cookies, potato chips) are okay, as long as you are the first person to open them.

Related reading:

Gluten-Free Candy List for Celiac Disease, October 2011

Gluten-Free Fall Food- 6 Easy Celiac-Friendly Recipes

15 Gluten-Free Glitterati, from Aniston to Zooey

Sources:

Take Me Out to the Gluten Free Ballpark 2011

ARAMARK’s Gluten-Free Menus a Big Hit at Major League Ballparks

Find Gluten-Free Food at MLB Parks

Gluten Free Concessions at the Stadium- Can We Eat That?

Batter Up! Gluten-Free at the Ballpark

Calling for gluten free options at Metro Bank ballpark

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