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Special Diets on March 31, 2010 by

New Gluten Free Products and a Giveaway!

Gluten Free Quick Oats and Gluten Free Oat Flour are produced from high quality, gluten free oats.

Gluten Free Quick Oats and Gluten Free Oat Flour are produced from high quality, gluten free oats.

We are more than delighted to announce that we are now producing Gluten Free Quick Cooking Rolled Oats and Gluten Free Whole Grain Oat Flour. Both of these new products are produced from the highest quality gluten free oats grown on dedicated oat-growing fields by a cooperative of 200 farms. Each farm delivery is sampled many times and tested with an R5 ELISA gluten test to ensure the absence of gluten.

Our gluten free customers have found our Gluten Free Old Fashioned Rolled Oats and Gluten Free Steel Cut Oats to be a welcome addition to their diet and have not hesitated to share this with us. While some people with celiac disease may not tolerate even the purest of oats, many of our customers have enjoyed these heart-healthy additions to their morning routine.

Not only do oats add a wonderful nutritional boost, they also open up a realm of baking that was previously hard to replicate using the products available in the marketplace- oatmeal cookies, granola, muesli, the possibilities are endless with gluten free oats. Adding gluten free quick oats and gluten free oat flour only opens up more possibilities!

To celebrate these new additions to our gluten free line, we’ve partnered with Carol Fenster to bring you an awesome giveaway. Carol was a huge advocate for bringing these products to you, so we’re giving away 10 autographed copies of Carol’s beautiful 1000 Gluten Free Recipes. To sweeten the pot, we’re adding a package of gluten free oat flour and gluten free quick oats for each of our 10 winners.

Gluten Free Oat Flour is a wonderful way to add the nutrition of oats into your gluten free baking.

Gluten Free Oat Flour is a wonderful way to add the nutrition of oats into your gluten free baking.

How to enter:

Please read this carefully or you may not be counted in the giveaway. You must complete number one to be entered, but you have more chances to win by completing the additional entry tasks.

  1. To be entered you MUST do this: Leave a comment on this blog post and tell us what you would make using Gluten Free Quick Oats. This must be done at www.bobsredmill.com/blog.

Additional Entries:

1 Entry: Visit Carol Fenster’s site, Savory Palate, and locate Carol’s Culinary Cues and sign up for her newsletter. THEN, report back to the blog and tell us that you subscribed.

1 Entry: Become a friend of Carol Fenster on Facebook . THEN, report back to the blog and tell us that you did.

1 Entry: Become a friend of Bob’s Red Mill on Facebook. THEN, report back to the blog and tell us that you did.

Carol Fenster's book is a beautiful collection of 1000 recipes for every occasion.

Carol Fenster's book is a beautiful collection of 1000 recipes for every occasion.

1 Entry: As a friend of Bob’s Red Mill on facebook, post a message on our wall and tell us why you want to win.

1 Entry: Follow us on Twitter (@bobs_red_mill). THEN report back to the blog and tell us that you did.

1 Entry: If you have a blog or website, post about this contest and link back to our blog. THEN report back to our blog and tell us that you did.

Don’t forget to return to the blog to tell us what you did to earn extra entries. The contest ends on 04/30/10 at midnight. Winners will be announced on 05/03/10.

04/02: UPDATE: Since so many of you are already friends of ours on Facebook or following us on Twitter, just leave a comment that you’re already doing this and we’ll still count it as an entry.

Comments

autumn says:

no-bake oatmeal cookies!!!

Devon says:

Hi, I friended Bob’s Red Mill on Facebook.

I would love to win the GF Oat Flour and quick cook oats to make Berry Oat Wondies. It is like a slice of pie for breakfast. Incorporates both oat flour and oats, so this is perfect!

Jenn says:

What I would make using Gluten Free Quick Oats is oatmeal raisin cookies.

Holly says:

I am looking forward to the quick oats! Not only would I eat them steaming hot in the morning (with almond butter and a banana) but I would use them in meatloaf, quick breads and muffins! YUM!

Holly says:

I am a fan on Facebook!

Firstly, I would make OATMEAL!! Many people would not think much of this unless they can’t have gluten and thusly can’t have regular rolled oats and packaged oatmeal. The fact is, I miss oatmeal! Then, I’ll have oatmeal cookies, bulk up my bread recipes, YUM and on & on! There’s LOTS you can do. I can’t wait! Please send it to me!! Thanks!

Evan Thomas says:

I would make gluten free oats with pumpkin and butter toffee peanut butter!

Evan Thomas says:

I am a fan on facebook(Evan Thomas)

Holly says:

I have signed up for Carol’s Culinary Cue’s email newsletter.

Holly says:

I submitted a request to be Carol’s friend on Facebook!

Evan Thomas says:

I follow on twitter (EvanFMFF)

Katy Martin says:

I love your quick oats in chocolate chip cookies and banana bread… they add a great texture!

I visited Carol Fenster’s website and signed up for her newsletter.

I am a friend of Carol Fenster on Facebook

I become a friend of Bob’s Red Mill on Facebook!

I posted a message on your Facebook wall about why I want to win.

I am now following you on Twitter

I posted about this contest with a link back to our blog.. on my personal blog and website!

Wow… I did all 7 🙂 Great Contest!

Granola is what I would make with the oats-that and my boys LOVE oatmeal.
With the oat flour-Chocolate chip cookies of course!!!
Love being friends on Facebook!

Stephanie says:

Definitely no-bake oatmeal cookies!! My husband has been missing those for 5 years now.

Stephanie says:

I’m a friend of Bob’s on Facebook. :o)

Word Lily says:

I’d make oatmeal chocolate chip cookies! And some scrumptious baked oatmeal.

Word Lily says:

Oh, and I already follow you on Twitter (I’m @WordLily).

Stephanie says:

I follow Bob on Twitter. :o)

I can’t tell you how excited I am about quick oats!!! And oat flour!!!!

Bisby says:

Love Love making oatmeal cookies and granola bars and having oatmeal for breakfast and now with the quick cooking we can do it more often. Just wish more of your products were available in Canada.

Bisby says:

Just signed up for Carol’s ezine. It looks terrific thanks for the lead.

Bisby says:

Okay I became a fan on Carol’s facebook page.

Bisby says:

Am a fan on Bob’s facebook have been for forever

Bisby says:

Have been following you a twitter and love getting info about your new products.

Judy says:

Chocolate chip cookies with oatmeal

Michelle says:

My first recipe would most DEFINITELY be my savory curry habanero black bean muffins and replace the muffin mix with the flour !!! Next up, oatmeal chocolate chip cookies!!

Sandra Rowland says:

Yummy flapjacks (a British recipe that is a cross between an oatmeal cookie and a granola bar!) Also love the idea of an oatmeal breakfast.

Shiela Skibbie says:

I have been eating your gf steal-cut and gf rolled oats since I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease 2 years ago.

What I’ve been missing is my step-mom’s oatmeal chocolate chip cookies that were a staple in my house growing up. Now, with your quick oats and oat flour, I can make them for my kids!

Shiela Skibbie says:

I’m already a fan of Bob’s on FB.

Meaghan says:

I can not wait to make this amazing pear crisp that my friend just shared her recipe with me (tons of cardamom, YUM), and my Grandmother’s oatmeal raisin cookies! So many options!!

Already follow you on Twitter and facebook 🙂

Meaghan says:

Blog entry for this contest posted

Meaghan says:

Facebook wall post is up

Thank you for the new products!!! I would love to win this giveaway for several reasons. I am kicking myself that I have not yet purchased Carol’s cookbook, there is a pear crisp screaming to be made, and I think the oat flour would be a wonderful compliment to a beurre noisette cookie recipe my family and friends love!

Meaghan says:

Friend request to Carol Fenster. I have exhausted all entry options for myself 😉

Meaghan says:

I was wrong, I also subscribed to Carol’s Culinary Cues Ezine, thank you again!

Britt says:

I would make oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, which my brothers call “crack cookies” because you can’t eat just one. But I never get to have any and they always look so delicious and smell so good.

C. A. Lahr says:

I would make apple cinnamon oatmeal for my son, and chocolate/oat no-bake cookies for me 🙂

C. A. Lahr says:

I am already a fan of BRM on Facebook!

Paula Eisenberger says:

I would make bread or just plain old oatmeal.

I am a fan on facebook.

Paula Eisenberger says:

I added Carol Fenster as a friend on Facebook.

OH I have been wanting this cookbook for AGES!! And I LOVE your oats! I can’t wait to try the oat flour! Thank you so much for this!

I just added Carol Fenster as a Friend on Facebook. I’m already a friend of Bob’s on Facebook!! 🙂

Sharon Clarvoe says:

Give away entry: I make them just plain and also love to use it for oatmeal chocolate chip cookies.

Sharon Clarvoe says:

I just went and hit friend request for Carol Fenster

Sharon Clarvoe says:

Became a friend of Bob’s Red Mill. Actually not sure because I was a fan maybe it was removed or a corporate site…. Anyway I did it again.

Joanne Kuchinski says:

gluten free oatmeal chocolate chip cookies

Sheryl Boyd says:

I am so excited to hear that you are producing gluten free quick oats. The first thing I will make with them is a no bake chocolate cookie that our whole family loves. Can’t wait!!

Sheryl Boyd says:

I have already subscribed to Carol Fenster’s ezine and love it!

Sheryl Boyd says:

I am now a fan of Carol Fenster on Facebook.

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Amy Whitehurst says:

My GFCF son absolutely LOVES oatmeal for breakfast – that is what I would use the quick cook oats for. He would be ecstatic!

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