Enjoy Life, gluten-free

By Mir
May 26, 2009

I don’t know if I’ve mentioned this whole gluten-free thing I’m doing? Like, maybe three or four hundred times, I’ve mentioned it? Needless to say, I’m experiencing a bit of… growing pains with it. (And by “growing pains” I mean “insatiable craving for homemade wheat bread.”)

Anyway, I was cruising around Amazon looking for some gluten-free deals. It turns out that through the end of May, you can save big on select Enjoy Life products—all of which are gluten-free. Just pick your product (all of which are already marked down), then apply coupon code ENJOYLIF to save another 20%.

That’s just $15.50 for 6 boxes of cereal bars, for example. They also have gluten-free baking mixes and a gluten-free, nut-free granola.

But they don’t have any gluten-free wheat bread. Go figure.


  1. Really? You’re not eating wheat? You hadn’t mentioned anything about . . . yet today.

  2. I think I missed tat bit of info. Really, I did! I’m also going wheat free (nearly g-free). I’m on week 3 and feeling so much better. Thanks for sharing this deal!

  3. Just to warn you, their cookies aren’t that great. Pamela’s are way better–especially if you can have egg–which I can’t. Sigh. But they are really good. I can’t speak for their cereals. I haven’t tried them.

  4. Pamela’s cookies are good I mean. Not Enjoy life. I realized my last post was worded a little poorly.

  5. psst, Mir. Lucinda is right. This isn’t a good brand. Stick to Pamela’s or Cherrybrook Kitchen for cookies and Envirokidz and Mrs. May’s for cereal bars.

    xoox steph

  6. But but but… I like their cereal bars (have had them before). Will look for Mrs. May’s, though. Thank you!

  7. But Enjoy Life’s chocolate chips rock! Gluten-free, dairy-free, and teeny tiny so they’re perfect in Pamela’s pancakes. 🙂
    Other than those…I stick with Pamela’s. 🙂

  8. Beer Cheese Bread with . . . rice flour? I don’t think it will be quite the same. 🙁

  9. Not really a bargain unless you have a LOT of food allergies/intolerances… their products are so allergen-free that I find them (ALL of them) taste-free too (and eating their ‘granola’ feels like a punishment for having to be gluten-free!)

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