18 Incredibly Delicious Gluten-Free Foods You Can Buy Online
Gluten free = yummy!
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Wake up to a hot, yummy brekkie thanks to this pancake and waffle mix.
Promising Review: “Our gluten-free pancakes on Thanksgiving morning were the biggest hit ever!!! They were light in texture, and they browned beautifully. Everyone remarked on how fluffy they were. No one even guessed they were gluten-free.” —Rosemary H.
Get it from Amazon for $10.95.
Whip up scrumptious meals and baked treats your way using gluten-free flour.
A certified kosher product made with non-GMO ingredients.
Promising Review: “I absolutely love this flour! It gives you the hearty texture of whole-wheat flour, without the gluten. So far, I have made zucchini bread and peanut butter bars, and both turned out great. I will be buying this flour from now on. Great product, and it makes being gluten-free a lot easier!” —K. Anglesey
Get it from Amazon for $13.49 (available in seven styles).
Say cheese — well, only say it if your mouth isn’t watering too much from this white cheddar mac and cheese.
Promising Review: “After reading all the reviews, I decided to give Annie’s gluten-free mac and cheese a try. Wow. I found it to be very similar to the taste, and consistency of traditional, boxed mac and cheese. I actually prefer this one. It will be a staple in my pantry for a delicious, and inexpensive side, or a tasty base for a hearty, comfort-food meal.” —Mariel
Get a 12-pack from Amazon for $28.73 (available in three flavors, and two sizes).
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Whole-Wheat Pie Crust Dough
Whole-wheat pastry flour is more finely milled than regular whole-wheat flour, making it ideal for pie crusts and other delicate baked goods.
Matcha Custard Pie
Got a matcha latte lover in your crowd? She’ll be extra thankful for this striking pie, and we bet everyone will enjoy the better-for-you toppings: pomegranate arils for pop and antioxidants, and Greek yogurt for tanginess and probiotics. This is one dessert that’s easier to put together than it looks. The custard cooks on the stove, and the pie can chill in the fridge for up to three days, making it the perfect recipe to cross off your holiday to-do list early.