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Be patient as there are so many more products that are available now. We appreciate letting us know about products that you have tried. You can contact us through our Facebook page, but be aware that we will not post about something unless one of us has tried it. 

Great Gluten Free Foods

There are many gluten free products available, many of which taste terrible but they are so much better now.  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


Description: “Fresh baked” breads, muffins, cinnamon rolls and bagels.
Where to Buy: Kroger

Pamela’s Baking Mix

Description: Cookies, brownies
Where to Buy: Health Foods by Claudia

123 Gluten Free

Description: cake, biscuit, cooking and brownie mixes
Where to Buy: Walt Churchill’s

Betty Crocker

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

Alcoholic Beverages

This obviously includes wine and most cordials but beer is used made from grains like barley and wheat.

Gluten-Free Beers


Description: Sorghum based beer that has a microbrew feel
Where to Buy: 


Description: Sorghum based beer, similar to Sam Adams, made my Anheuser-Busch
Where to Buy: Meijer

New Planet

Description: Three different types now available: Light Ale, Pale Ale and Raspberry Ale
Where to Buy: 


Olly Olly Gluten Free




Angry Orchard

Description: Spiked cider
Where to Buy: 


Wood Chuck

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


New Grist

Description: A hint of fruit taste, but not enough to take away your man card                                                                                                                                        Where to Buy: Walt Churchill’s 

Mixed Drinks

Moscow Mule

  • Vodka
  • Ginger Beer
  • Lime Juice



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

Rice Crispies

Description: The standard version is NOT gluten-free, but they now have a gluten-free version
Where to Buy: Kroger


Heinz Ketchup

Miracle Whip

Hellman’s Mayonnaise

Bolthouse Salad Dressings

Where to Buy: Monnette’s

Garlic Expressions

Where to Buy: Sofo’s and Fresh Thyme


Glutino Crackers  

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

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


Description: Select varieties are gluten free. Check the Dorrito’s website to find out if your favorite types are included.
Where to Buy: Kroger, Meijer 



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 & 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




Boar’s Head

Description: All of their lunch meat and cheese is gluten free
Where to Buy: Kroger, Monette’s Market, Health Foods by Claudia

Kilgus’s Kielbasa

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


Mrs. Leeper’s

Description: Corn pasta
Where to Buy: Health Foods by Claudia



San J

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