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Don’t Miss This! Gluten-Free Products for Spring 2017

Products we think you’ll love.

Brazilian Cheese Bread Bites

Brazi Bites are a popular line of Brazilian cheese bread puffs made from a family recipe. These gluten-free, bite-sized snacks, found in grocery store freezers, bake up crispy on the outside, doughy on the inside and cheesy throughout. New 3 Cheese Pizza joins the line of Zesty Pepper Jack, Cheddar & Parmesan and Garlic Asiago. Made with tapioca flour, eggs, milk and cheese. Certified gluten-free.

$5.99 for an 11.5-ounce bag of 18 bites


Contains milk and egg.

Gluten-Free Microwave Muffins

With FlapJacked Mighty Muffins, all you need is water and a microwave to enjoy high-protein muffins for breakfast or snack. Each muffin cooks up in a convenient serving cup. Certified gluten-free, these muffins contain probiotics and 20 grams of protein per serving from whey and pea protein isolate. With new nationwide distribution, Mighty Muffins are available in GNC and Kroger stores. Don’t miss the s’mores flavor!

$3.99 for 1.94-ounce cup in stores; $13.99 for a 4-pack online


Gluten-Free Pastry Flour

Unlike most gluten-free flour blends, Jovial’s No. 04 Gluten Free Pastry Flour is made with protein- and fiber-rich ancient grains with no added starches. The blend contains ancient grain sorghum, whole grain millet, organic brown rice and whole grain teff. Produced in a facility free of top allergens. Certified gluten-free. Product of Italy.

$6.99 for a 24-ounce box


Protein-Packed Gluten-Free Pastas


Explore Cuisine, formerly Explore Asian, has a new line of pulse (bean)-based pasta—Organic Chickpea Spaghetti, Organic Green Lentil Lasagne and Organic Red Lentil Penne. Made in a dedicated gluten-free facility, these noodles are delicious and packed with protein.

$4.99 for an 8-ounce box


Gluten-Free Sliced Bread

Big-sandwich fans will love Canyon Bakehouse’s new wider sandwich breads. Honey White Bread is ideal for those who miss larger-loaf, pillow-soft white bread. Heritage Style Whole Grain Bread contains ancient grains and wholesome flours—sorghum, millet, rice, teff, quinoa, amaranth and buckwheat. Like other Canyon Bakehouse breads, these wider loaves are gluten-, dairy-, soy- and nut-free.

$7.99 for a 24-ounce bag


Contains egg.

Egg Replacer!

Bob’s Red Mill’s new vegan, gluten-free, plant-based Egg Replacer lets you say goodbye to eggs in your baking. It’s made from potato starch, tapioca flour, baking soda and psyllium husk fiber—no gluten, grains, soy or beans. Use it for making egg-free muffins, cakes, cookies, pancakes and more. Each bag is equivalent to about 34 eggs.

$4.49 for a 12-ounce bag



Coconut Ice Cream!

So Delicious Dairy Free’s popular coconut milk yogurt is now available in larger sizes. Unsweetened, Plain, Vanilla and Unsweetened Vanilla come in family-size 24-ounce containers. This yogurt is Non-GMO Project Verified, certified vegan, certified gluten-free and carrageenan-free.

$5.99 for a 24-ounce container


Diabetes Diet Goes Paleo


The Paleo Diabetes Diet Solution by nutritionists Jill Hillhouse, CNP, and Lisa Cantkier, CHN, explains the multiple health benefits of the paleo diet and its relationship to blood sugar levels. Packed with practical dietary information, this 250-plus-page book contains 125 deliciously satisfying paleo-inspired recipes using grass-fed meat and wholesome fruit, vegetables, seeds and nuts and includes a 30-day meal plan. The gluten-free, dairy-free recipes are nutrient-dense and low-carb, ideal for celiacs living with diabetes.

Robert Rose, $24.95

DIY Gluten-Free Beauty Products


Now your gluten-free beauty regimen can be natural and animal cruelty-free, thanks to The Compassionate Chick’s Guide to DIY Beauty. Written by bloggers Sunny Subramanian and Chrystle Fiedler, this comprehensive book contains over 250 pages of DIY vegan beauty how-tos, plus gluten-free recipes for body scrubs, hair masks, zit zappers, natural deodorant and more.

Robert Rose, $24.95

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.