Don't Miss These Gluten-Free Products!
Do your New Year’s resolutions include a healthier diet? Start 2017 off right with these gluten-free, paleo and vegan products.
Gluten-Free Tortilla Alternatives
Siete uses almond, coconut and cassava flours to make tender tortillas. These tasty, grain-free wraps come in three varieties—Almond Flour, Cassava & Chia and Cassava & Coconut. Find them in the refrigerator section of your natural grocery store. Gluten-free, dairy-free, paleo and non-GMO.
$8.99 for a package of 8 tortillas
Contains tree nuts.
Not a Nut
Tiger nuts are nut-free, fiber-rich small root vegetables. Organic Gemini’s TigerNut Smoothie Mix combines organic tiger nuts, organic sacha inchi powder (a protein-rich powder made from the seeds of a plant native to Peru) and organic cacao powder for a healthful drink. One serving delivers 30 percent of your recommended daily amount of fiber. Certified gluten-free, organic, vegan, paleo, Non-GMO Project Verified.
$15 for a 9.3-ounce bag
We’re impressed with Snackin Free’s tasty primal dressings and sauces, especially the Garlic Cilantro Dressing. Snackin Free also makes breads, cereals, crackers and treats that are gluten-free, paleo and suitable for the Autoimmune Protocol, GAPS, Low GI and SCD diets.
$7.99 for a 12-ounce bottle
Make delicious gluten-free, paleo and grain-free recipes with Otto’s Cassava Flour, an all-purpose flour replacement made from anti-inflammatory yucca root. It’s certified gluten-free, paleo and Non-GMO Project Verified.
$17.99 for a 2-pound bag
The New Primal uses high-quality free-range turkey and 100 percent grass-fed beef in its kid-friendly Snack Mates sticks. This tasty gluten-free jerky contains no sodium, sugar, preservatives or added nitrates.
$5.99 for a 2.5-ounce bag
Bone Broth Believer
Bonafide Provisions makes gluten-free frozen bone broth using organic chicken and grass-fed beef. Slow simmered for 24 hours with organic veggies and spices, it’s so good you’ll want to drink it straight from a mug. Find it in the freezer section of your natural grocery store. Look for more varieties of Bonafide bone broth in the future.
$9.99 for a 24-ounce bag
Want to avoid preservatives and other unwanted additives in your bread? Make your own loaves! It couldn’t be easier with The Gluten-Free Bread Machine Cookbook (Harvard Common Press) by Jane Bonacci and Shannon Kinsella—175 tested recipes from sourdough to pizza dough.
Paleo Pizza Party
Mikey’s (of Mikey’s Muffins) uses almond flour and eggs in its new grain-free crust. Delicious! Certified gluten-free, paleo, dairy-free, soy-free and non-GMO, it’s found in the freezer section of your natural grocery store or online at wildmountainpaleo.com.
$14.95 for two 2-packs
Contains eggs and tree nuts.
Gluten Free Snack Time
Simple Mills crackers are made with simple ingredients, including nut and seed flour blends, tapioca and cassava. Fine Ground Sea Salt Crackers and Sun-Dried Tomato & Basil Crackers are not to be missed. Certified gluten-free, paleo-friendly and free from grains, soy, corn and gums.
$4.99 for a 4.25-ounce box
Contains tree nuts. Farmhouse Cheddar contains dairy.
Meat to Go
We’re wild about the new flavors of Vermont Smoke & Cure’s mouth-watering meat sticks. You’ll want to try the Teriyaki Chicken Sticks, Rosemary Thyme Chicken Sticks and Spicy Italian Pork Sticks. These gluten-free, 1-ounce snacks are low calorie but pack 6 to 10 grams of protein each. Animals are vegetarian-fed and raised without antibiotics.
$32.95 for a pack of 24 sticks
Always read labels carefully. Manufacturers can change ingredients without warning. Not every product sold by every company listed is gluten-free or allergy-friendly. When in doubt, confirm ingredients directly with the manufacturer.