Food, Products

Apparently Hell Is Gluten-Free

10 Comments 12 March 2011

engrish funny tasty tasty hell

My friend found this on (Thanks, Cheryl!) I guess it’s either good news or bad news depending on how you look at it. 🙂

I know, I know, Hell is “light” in German.

Want more? Sign up for updates... It's FREE!

Your Comments

10 Comments so far

  1. 1
    Laura says:

    I lived in Germany for many years (before going GF). Found this hilarious. Thanks for the laugh!

  2. 2

    Kelly this is great. Have to share this one for sure.

  3. 3
    Y.T. says:

    I wouldn’t be that sure … seems the devil likes to drink beer (with gluten) as well
    You need translation turned on but a picture is worth more than a thousand words.

  4. 4
    Susi says:

    Hahaha, that’s a good one:)

  5. 5
    Antoinette says:

    I live in Germany and buy this fabulous brand all the time! The muffins are so yummy.

  6. 6
    Nina says:

    When I saw the title I thought it was in reference to a pizza place, called Hell Pizza. Not sure if you’ve heard of it, it’s a franchise that started in New Zealand and has a couple new locations here on the North American West Coast. They do gluten free pizzas and are worth a trip if anyone happens by a location. 🙂

  7. 7
    Robyn says:

    Our 9 year old Son, James is a coeliac. Refuses to eat fruit or vegetables, and understands why he gets so ill eating the gluten foods etc etc. But still pushes the envelope! Is sooooo skinny too. Medical authorities here in Australia even though the full markers are there, will not see him for dietary advice etc etc. Only thru a friend in 40’s who is a coeliace do we understand what to feed him. Glutenfree is not cheap either! regards Robyn

  8. 8
    Dave Bel says:

    Thanks for sharing! It’s a funny one! 🙂

  9. 9
    Jason says:

    . . . and Muffins is muffins in German. (Backmischung is baking mix.)

  10. 10

Share your view

Post a comment

Sign up for our FREE Email

Kelly Courson


Thanks for stopping by! I'm Kelly Courson and this is where I've shared my gluten-free finds since 2003. The world has been my gluten-free oyster for 14 years now and I love sharing what I've learned in order to help others adapt to a gluten-free diet. Have a look around and feel free to leave a comment. Connecting with people like you is what has kept me going this long! Seriously.

As Seen In…

Follow me on Foodily



© 2021 Celiac Chicks.

Typepad to Wordpress by Foliovision