essential-10-gluten-free-products.jpg

Essential 10: Gluten-Free Products

Living gluten free for 3 weeks definitely changed our grocery shopping habits, but we couldn't survive without some processed foods, and you'll find 10 of our favorites below. Thankfully, a lot of mainstream companies are much more aware of the prevalence of food intolerances and allergies, so they're getting better at indicating which products contain allergens or which are g-free, nut-free, or dairy-free. We're listing products here that you can either buy online or in many mass-market grocery store chains, but there are a lot of great G-free products available at organic-focused grocers like Whole Foods and Trader Joe's.

1 - Betty Crocker Gluten Free Brownie, Chocolate Chip Cookie, Devil's Food Cake, and Yellow Cake Mixes ($4-7 depending on store)

2 - Tostitos Natural Blue Corn Restaurant Style Tortilla Chips ($4)

3 - Honey Nut Chex Cereal ($3)

4 - Barbara's Bakery Peanut Butter Puffins Cereal ($5)

5 - Andean Dream Quinoa Gluten Free Spaghetti Pasta ($5/box - we found it for around $3/box at a Whole Foods, though)

6 - Haagen-Dazs Five (around $4-5 per pint, we tested [read: devoured] the Vanilla Bean flavor)

7 - San-J Organic Gluten & Wheat-Free Tamari Soy Sauce ($4)

8 - Montana Gluten Free Oat Products (from $10 for 3lb oatmeal/oat flour)

9 - Udi's Gluten-Free Granola ($6/bag)

10 - Pamela's Products Cornbread & Muffin Mix ($21 for 6 12-ounce bags)

Comments


Felecia

Posted on 06.16.10 at 3:09 PM

Thanks for featuring gluten-free products! General Mills has been amazing in the past couple years with the gluten-free Chex varieties and baking mixes.

Just a word about the Puffins. Unless they've changed the recipe lately, the ingredients for only the Honey Rice variety read gluten-free (and if you have celiac, I think there are issues with cross-contamination). I do not think they use certified gluten-free oats in all of their products.

jean f

Posted on 06.17.10 at 1:40 PM

Seitenbacher.com has great gluten free fruit snacks. Delicious flavors and all natural! You should be able to find them at your local health food store as well.

js

Posted on 06.18.10 at 8:27 AM

Bob's Red Mill makes many good gluten free mixes and ingredients. I prefer them to Betty Crocker for sure.

Post A Comment





 

Sponsorship

If you've got a product or service that you'd like to promote on Outblush, click here to find out about our advertising opportunities.

Scroll down for more kickin' selections, and let us know what you think with our NEW Comments feature!