It’s fantastic to see so many gluten free products available, however, it can be difficult to know which to choose! Plus, there’s nothing worse than spending an arm and a leg on a new product and finding out it’s rubbish! So that said, I thought I’d share my favourite products with you! Nothing sponsored, just my genuine faves.
Also super important to note that 80% of my diet is made up with naturally gluten free foods: rice, quinoa, lean meats, legumes, fruit and veg. Not only are these foods healthier for us, they’re delicious, cheaper and there’s no need to read ingredients lists! But for the remaining 10% of the time, these are my go-to’s:
*Products change ingredients ALL the time – so PLEASE always still read the labels!
PACKAGED BREAD: Burgen soy-lin – after trying every other store-bought bread this to me tastes the best and doesn’t need to be toasted to be enjoyed.
PASTA: Barilla or Latina Beef Ravioli – I love Barilla pasta as I think it tastes so much like the normal stuff! Ravioli is the only variety they seem to be missing so I turn to the Latina Beef Ravioli for a treat every now and again.
WRAPS: B-FREE – these wraps do not break or crumble (seriously check out my video a while back) and they actually taste yum! Pretty pricey but worth the investment!
CEREAL: Woolworths Free From Gluten Café Style Berry Crunch (amazingly tasty but a little high in sugar – so not an everyday food!)
CRACKERS: Sakata wholegrain rice crackers & Sunrice thin sea salt and balsamic vinegar GF rice cakes
BISCUITS: Coles white chocolate and cranberry macaroons & Butterfingers’ gluten free pure butter shortbread
BAKED GOODS: Anything from Gluten free 4 U – 100% GF bakery – their choc croissants and cherry Danishes are the best! (Sorry if you’re not in Melbourne!)
CHIPS/POPCORN: Cobs popcorn lightly salted, slightly sweet, Kettle chips (sweet chilli and sour cream & plain), Smith’s – now all GF!
MUESLI BARS: Food for Health GF Cranberry bars & Fruit free bars