Here’s a list of various food products I recently found out about or have been loving that are gluten free. Some of these products are brand new and some have been around for a while (but are new to me). I’ve tasted and enjoyed every one of these gluten free products. None of this is sponsored, it’s just my honest opinions.
*Please note: All of the listed products are free of gluten-containing ingredients. However, if cross-contamination is an issue, you may need to do additional research to ensure the product is safe for you.
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I love finding new gluten free products. Living life with food allergies can feel limiting at times. Thankfully so many great companies are coming out with some amazing products. Anytime I find a new product it’s like opening the door to more food freedom. Below you’ll find a list of products I recently found out about and I really enjoy.
Have you already tried these products? If so, what do you think of them? Or do you have other new found favorites that aren’t on my list? Let me know in the comments, I’d love to hear from you.
1. Safe + Fair Birthday Cake Granola
This stuff is so tasty. Anything with sprinkles is a win for me. Even better, these sprinkles are food coloring free. This granola is like little chunks of heaven. If you’re interested in trying this granola, Safe + Fair has offered my followers 20% off with code, “eatordrink20”.
2. Siete Foods Ranch Flavored Tortilla Chips
These chips have been around for a while now, but I just recently fell back in love with them. They’re a bit pricey but if you can get them on sale (like I did) they’re the best! Not only are they gluten free, they’re also grain free and vegan.
3. Simple Mills Fine Ground Sea Salt Almond Flour Crackers
I’m obsessed with these grain free crackers. They have such an amazing texture and a delicious flavor. These are my go-to snack lately.
4. Otto’s Cassava Flour
I had to include this awesome stuff on my list. I recently tried Otto’s Cassava Flour and absolutely love it. It’s so easy to work with. Usually when making gluten free baked goods you have to create a blend of flours. When working with cassava flour, all you need is the cassava flour! You can find a tasty recipe I made with cassava flour here – Grain Free Biscuits.
5. Safe + Fair Sweet and Salty Kettle Popcorn Quinoa Chips
6. Bhu Keto White Chocolate Macadamia Cookie Dough Bars
Guys, these are perfection. These are the best refrigerated-protein bar I’ve ever had. I can’t believe they are
7. Coco Bakes Sourdough Bread
Ok, this bread is a bit pricey. I’ll be the first to admit that. But if you’re ready to treat yourself this is the perfect thing to buy. This gluten free sourdough bread is incredible. It will make you forget you’re gluten free.
8. Amy’s Kitchen Vietnamese Banh Mi Wrap
Amy’s Kitchen recently came out with some more gluten free frozen wraps. This one is so delicious. It has so much flavor and I love the soft texture of the wrap.
9. Green Mustache Cheddarish Crackers
These crackers will have you saying G
10. Off the Eaten Path Veggie Crisps
These things are so crunchy, salty, and perfect. They contain rice, peas, and black beans and are basically the perfect snack.
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I have to be careful cause I can’t have chocolate or cocoa or yeast things so I was told to try carob instead of the chocolate and cocoa. Not how to replace the yeast stuff