Gluten Free Products that are actually good!!

*Note: This is not an ad. I have not been sponsored/paid by any of the below companies to mention their products. This is my personal opinion only. *

Eating gluten free doesn’t have to suck but often it can. For the last 5 years, I’ve been gluten free. I am gluten intolerant – not Celiac. It has taken a lot of trial and error to find gluten free products I enjoy, ones that aren’t too dry, ones that closely resemble the gluten filled goodness I’m missing. I’ve put together a list of my favourites below (in no particular order) – if you are looking for something new – give one of them a try, or maybe you already have – either way, Enjoy!


  1. O’Dough’s Bagels

There are several flavours available but my favourite are the Everything ones! They         are the closest I can find to a “real” bagel and to make it better they are thin and only         100 calories each!

PC Gluten Free Chicken Nuggets Coated Chicken Breast Cutlettes

2. Presidents Choice Gluten Free Chicken Nuggets

Yum, yum, yum! These chicken nuggets are delicious! If you’re jealous of your kids             getting all the fun – give these a try. If they are for your kids – they will thank you                 because you can’t even tell they are gluten free!

3. Chex Cereal

This cereal reminds me of cinnamon toast crunch – something I can’t eat anymore. The chocolate flavour is also really good – try any of them – you won’t be disappointed.

4. Glutino Rosemary & Olive Oil Crackers

These crackers need nothing else, not cheese or meat – you can add them if you want – but they are really good on their own. You can even feed them to your non-gluten free family and friends and they won’t suspect they are missing gluten.

Breton Black Bean with Onion and Garlic Gluten Free Crackers

5. Breton Gluten Free Black Bean with Onion and Garlic Crackers

Let’s stay on the cracker train for a minute. These crackers are also yummy and not dry. Although good on their own, I tend to have cheese or soup with these ones. Breton makes other gluten free flavours as well – but I think this one is the best.

6. Robin Hood Gluten Free All Purpose Flour Blend

This flour blend is the answer to all your baking frustrations. It is my go to –  I substitute regular flour for this blend in all of my old recipes and haven’t had an issue yet. And – Robin Hood has some great gluten free recipes on their website if you are looking to try out something new.


7. Snack Factory Pretzel Crisps Minis – Gluten Free

Finally! Pretzel crisps are now available in a gluten free version! I’ve only been able to find the mini version but they also make one the same size as the original ones.  A great addition to any of your favourite dips.


8. Catelli Gluten Free Pasta

There are several gluten free pastas on the market – and there are a lot that I do enjoy. The catelli brand is readily available where I live and a great substitute to regular pasta. It tastes very close to regular pasta – most can’t tell the difference. Catelli also has recipes on their website – which I just discovered as I was writing this post – yum!

Gluten Free Yellow Cake Mix

9. Betty Crocker Gluten Free Cake Mix

Betty Crocker makes some great cake mixes – I’ve had both the chocolate and yellow – they are both what you would expect from a cake – and a great solution when you don’t want to bake from scratch or want to quickly whip up some cupcakes. AND – their website has recipes too – I see a lot of new things in my future.

Natures Path Natures Path Organic Gluten Free Selections Waffles, 6 ea

10. Nature’s Path Gluten Free Waffles – Pumpkin Spice

Be still my heart!!! There really isn’t much to say here – if you need a pumpkin spice fix and love waffles – this is a must!!!


There are a lot more products I love – but I’ll save those for another time. Give some of these a try – especially if you are new to gluten-free eating and struggling to replace old favourites. And when all else fails – have a glass of wine!





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