The Ultimate List of Great Tasting Gluten Free Food Products

I’ve been eating a gluten free diet for over 12 years, so as you can imagine I’ve tried a ton of different gluten free food products. I can tell you that this industry has come a LONG way since I was diagnosed with my gluten intolerance all those years ago! There are some really amazing gluten free foods to support this diet now, and I’m excited to share the best ones with you!
I will continue to update this list as I find new, amazing gluten free food products. So, make sure you bookmark it or Pin it for later!

Gluten free food products

Cup4Cup All Purpose Gluten Free Flour
If you haven’t tried this gluten free flour blend, you are missing out! This bag of magic is a work horse in the kitchen. I use it to bake cookies and cakes, thicken sauces, you name it. A friend turned me on to Cup4Cup years ago and I’ve never looked back.

Canyon Bakehouse Bread

Canyon Bakehouse Bread & Bagels
This is the best gluten free bread I’ve tried. I used to be a die hard Udi’s fan, but they recently changed their recipe and I don’t love it. Canyon Bakehouse makes an Everything Bagel that truly is e-v-e-r-y-t-h-i-n-g. Some grocery stores carry this brand, but if you live in the sticks like me, you can order online 🙂 Fair warning – their shipping charges are steep so get on their email list and hold out for a coupon.


Vans Cranberry & Almond Bars
My fave ever snack bars! They are chewy, slightly sweet and perfect to throw in your bag to hold you over. And the best part – they don’t have dates! Why do almost all snack bars have dates now? I’m sure they’re really good for you, but man they taste bad!

barilla gluten free pasta

Barilla Gluten Free Pasta
I’ve tried them all you guys. Rice pasta, brown rice pasta, corn pasta and the Barilla Gluten Free pasta is the best tasting I’ve found. They make penne, fettuccine, elbows, spaghetti, rotini and one of my favorites, oven-ready lasagne.

gluten free bisquick

Gluten Free Bisquick
This one is a pantry staple in my house. We use it for pancakes, waffles and a family favorite, chicken and dumplings. I’ll admit that I’m not crazy about the biscuit recipe on the box, but everything else is great!

Glutino Chocolate Vanilla Creme Cookies
My guilty pleasure! And yes, I hide them from my children 🙂 This is as close to an Oreo as you’re gonna get my friends. You are welcome.

A few years ago, Cheerios made the switch and now almost all of their flavors are gluten-free. It’s always exciting when a large, brand-name like this goes gluten free because it stays at the same price point and it paves the way for other brands to follow suit.

DiGiorno Gluten Free

DiGiorno & Freschetta Gluten Free Pizza 
In terms of frozen pizza, these are both great options. The crust is thin and if you cook it directly on the oven rack, it gets nice and crispy. I usually serve it with a simple green salad and it’s enough for me and my husband to eat for lunch. I also love that you can easily find these brands in stores like Target and Walmart. I don’t have a link for you since it’s a frozen product…sorry ya’ll!

Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free Pizza Crust Mix
Moving right along in the pizza category (because I’ll never get over pizza), is this pizza crust mix from Bob’s Red Mill. It has a really nice texture and taste! Working with gluten free pizza dough can be a bit maddening if I’m being honest, but placing plastic wrap over the dough and then spreading it out is the best way to keep your sanity. You can’t really roll and stretch it like you would normal pizza dough because it doesn’t have any elasticity. I hope that helps!

Pillsbury Chocolate Devil’s Food Cake
My husband started making this gluten free chocolate cake for me on my birthday a few years ago, and I absolutely love it! It’s super light and airy and tastes like the real deal. We usually serve it with fresh whipped cream on top instead of frosting…my favorite!

Krusteaz Gluten Free Honey Cornbread
This is another one of those products that you would never know is gluten free. It’s so simple to throw together and tastes delicious. Quick tip: preheat a cast iron skillet in the oven while you are mixing up the batter. When you pour the batter into the hot pan, it will start creating a nice crust right away.

Welp, that just about wraps it up. I know there has to be other great tasting gluten free food products out there and I’d love to hear from you! Is there an item you would add to this list?

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