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Great Gluten Free Products

There are many gluten free products available, many of which taste terrible.  When I first went gluten free I threw away many products after only one bite. Cardboard and burnt popcorn are not two of my favorite flavors.  Here are some products that I have found to be very tasty.


Baked Goods

udi
Description: "Fresh baked" breads, muffins, cinnamon rolls and bagels.
Where to Buy: Kroger, Meijer, Fresh Thyme

Pamela's
Description: Cookies, brownies
Where to Buy: Health Foods by Claudia, Kroger, Meijer, Fresh Thyme

123 Gluten Free
Description: cake, buscuit, cooking and brownie mixes to
Where to Buy: Walt Churchill's

Betty Crocker
Description: Cake and brownie mixes, frosting
Where to Buy: Kroger, Meijer

Beverages

Bard's
Description: Sorgum based beer that has a microbrew feel
Where to Buy: Anderson's, Meijer, Joseph's

Redbridge
Description: Sorgum based beer, similar to Sam Adams, made by Anheuser-Busch
Where to Buy: Anderson's, Meijer

New Grist
Description: A hint of fruit taste, but not enough to take away your man card
Where to Buy: Anderson's, Walt Churchill's, Joseph's

New Planet
Description: Three different types now available: Light Ale, Pale Ale and Raspberry Ale
Where to Buy: Anderson's, Joseph’s

Wood Chuck
Description: Spiked cider
Where to Buy: most restaurants and grocery stores

Angry Orchard
Description: Spiked cider
Where to Buy: most restaurants and grocery stores

Cereals

Chex
Description: Honey Chex, Rice Chex and Corn Chex are all gluten-free
Where to Buy: Kroger, Meijer

Cheerios
Description: This is done through removing the gluten (Note: Their removal and testing might mean this is not the best option for those that are highly sensitive.)
Where to Buy: Kroger, Meijer

Condiments

Heinz Ketchup

Hidden Valley

Kraft (Check labels on specific flavors)

Hellmann's Mayonnaise

Bolthouse Salad Dressings
Where to Buy: Monnette's


Crackers/Snacks

Glutino Crackers
Description: The gluten free cracker that Is closest to Ritz
Where to Buy: Health Foods by Claudia, Kroger, Meijer

Glutino Pretzels
Description: Hard to believe that they are gluten free.
Where to Buy: Health Foods by Claudia

Crunch Master
Description: A multi-grain cracker, has more texture to it
Where to Buy: Costco sells it in standard and a variety pack

Nut Thins
Description: These are a kind of cracker. They have multiple flavors and are the best to serve with cheese spreads and dip.
Where to Buy: Kroger, Meijer

Frito-Lays Chips
Description: Many varieties (Cheetos, Doritos, Fritos, Lay's, Ruffles & Tostitos) have gluten free flavors. Check the Frito-Lays website to find out if your favorite types are included.
Where to Buy: Most grocery stores


Flours/Mixes

Bob's Red Mill
Description: Any type of flour you can imagine from rice flour to garbanzo bean flour. The pizza mix is the best pizza you can get.
Where to Buy: Health Foods by Claudia, Kroger, Phoenix Co-op

Pamela's Pancake and Baking Mix
Description: The pancakes are delicious. I recommend adding a little bit of vanilla to the recipe to make them fluffier.
Where to Buy: Health Foods by Claudia, Kroger, Meijer


Meat

Boar's Head
Description: All of their lunch meat and cheese is gluten free
Where to Buy: Health Foods by Claudia, Monette's Market, Fresh Thyme

Kilgus' Kielbasa
Description: A not too spicy version of a Polish favorite
Where to Buy: Kilgus is located on Laskey near Secor
 

Pasta

Mrs. Leeper's
Description: Corn pasta
Where to Buy: Health Foods by Claudia

Banza
Description: Chickpea pasta
Where to Buy: Anderson's, Kroger, Meijer

Rozoni
Description: Four different grains used
Where to Buy: Kroger

Sauces

San J
Description: Teriyaki and soy sauces
Where to Buy: Health Foods by Claudia

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