Products for gluten-free living we know you’ll love!
Hamilton Beach Personal Oatmeal Maker can make up to 3 cups of oatmeal—just set it and forget it! One press of the button starts the process: oats or other grains are cooked to perfection. With a handy handle and hidden cord, this lightweight appliance can prepare a hot homemade breakfast in your office or hotel room. The inner bowl is dishwasher safe for hassle-free clean up.
Cauliflower Pizza Crust
It’s easy to make a super-nutritious, certified gluten-free pizza with pre-made frozen Caulipower crusts. These cauliflower-and-rice-flour-blend crusts taste great and they contain less fat, less sodium, less sugar and more fiber than other gluten-free crusts on the market. Certified gluten-free, they’re available in Veggie, Margherita, Three-Cheese and Plain.
Contains egg, dairy (on those with cheese topping).
$9.99 (2 crusts per box)
Veggies on the Go
Gaea Veggie Bites are just that—vegetables cut into easy-to-eat pieces, deliciously marinated in Gaea olive oil and lemon and packaged in travel-ready pouches. Perfect for summer road trips and lunch boxes. A tasty new way to get your vegetables. Available in Carrot, Cauliflower and Gherkin.
$2.99 for a 2.8-ounce pack
GF, Organic Skin Care
We love Goddess Garden for its organic line of skin care and sunscreen. Now Goddess Garden offers an aromatherapy line of essential oil blends, fragrant lava-rock bracelets and roll-on perfumes. All are naturally gluten-free, organic and free from artificial fragrances and fillers.
$8.99 and up for aromatherapy; $14.99 for bracelet
Easy GF Chai
Whip up delicious Indian-style chai at home with Bhakti’s new Chai Concentrates. These products are free of major allergens and gluten. Ingredients are pure and simple—organic fair trade black tea, organic ginger juice and spices (and organic fair trade cane sugar in the Original flavor). Each quart makes 8 cups of robust chai tea lattes. Just add your favorite milk. Available online and at Target and Whole Foods.
$9.99 for a 32-ounce package
Quinoa Made Easy
Ancient Harvest’s microwaveable Heat-and-Eat Quinoa comes in three mouthwatering varieties—Chickpeas & Garlic, Lentils & Garlic and Sea Salt. Each of these quick-and-easy meals delivers at least 8 grams of protein per serving. Purchase them online and in supermarkets.
$4.59 for an 8-ounce package
Shelf-Stable GF Bread
Three Canyon Bakehouse gluten-free bread products—Ancient Grain bread, Country White bread and Deli White Bagels—now come in shelf-stable, stay-fresh packaging. This means you don’t have to stick the bread in your freezer—and no need to defrost! Currently available at Walmart, coming to more retailers later in 2018.
$5.49 for a 14- and 15-ounce bag
Help with the Dairy-Free Diet
Blogger Alisa Fleming, creator of the popular GoDairyFree.org, has released Eat Dairy Free: Your Essential Cookbook and Guide for Everyday Meals, Snacks and Sweets (BenBella Books). Recipes are naturally gluten-free or provide gluten-free options. (There are also egg-free and soy-free options.) This impressive book will help you transition to a dairy-free life and get you eating more plants, too!
Delicious new products from Lovely Candy Company are made with love—and honey! Dark Chocolate Honey Truffles come in Mint and Raspberry using natural oils and flavoring. Honey Gummy Bears are available in two varieties—Sour (Cherry, Strawberry, Blueberry) and Honey (Cherry, Lemon, Orange, Apple). Gummies are vegan (made without gelatin) and contain no artificial coloring. These amazing honey-obsessed candies are
$5.99 for a 4.5-ounce package of honey truffles, $4.99 for a 6-ounce package of gummies
Organic Craft Sodas
Quench your thirst with delicious zing. Sipp’s Zesty Orange craft soda delivers a refreshing blend of blood orange, lime and jalapeño flavors in every swallow. If you don’t like jalapeño, try Sipp’s Ginger Blossom—it’s bursting with spicy ginger, vanilla and lime. Lightly sweetened with agave, these handcrafted sodas are gluten-free and certified organic with nothing artificial.
$28.84 for a 12-pack of 10.5-ounce cans on Amazon.com
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.