Saturday, May 10, 2014

Gluten-Free Food Review 2

It's been over a year since my last round-up and review of gluten-free foods I've discovered.  Here are some of my favorite finds.  There is one affiliate link in this post.  I have no affiliation with Safeway; that's just the store I usually shop at so most of these items are from there.  These are all items that I purchased myself.  If you are a brand and would like to send me a gluten-free item to review, feel free to contact me.


These muffins are so good!  They're moist and taste just like you would want a blueberry muffin to.  I got these at Safeway.  I'm not sure if this brand has shown up at Safeways nationwide, but it is in most Seattle Safeway locations.


KIND is the best granola I have tried.  I don't buy granola very often, but every once in a while I'll buy some and use it sparingly on yogurt with fruit or jam. They also make really good (but expensive) granola bars.
This is the flavor of granola I got.  If you buy through this Amazon seller, you can subscribe to monthly delivery and save money.  I bought mine for about $6 in a grocery store (Metropolitan Market in Seattle), and this is $14.34 for a 3-pack, plus whatever for shipping.

I love Udi's three cheese pizza.  It's the best gluten-free pizza I've had, that I haven't had to make myself.  You can find it in the frozen pizza section of many stores, including Safeway.


Progresso has a few gluten-free varieties.  Not all of their soups are gluten-free, so make sure you read the ingredients.  My favorite flavors are New England Clam Chowder, Chicken Corn Chowder, and Split Pea Soup.

Ice Cream:

I was delighted when I discovered that one of my favorite flavors of ice cream from before my diagnosis is gluten-free!  It's Haagen-Dazs White Chocolate Raspberry Truffle, pictured above.  Other gluten-free flavors of ice cream that I love are Safeway brand Mint Chocolate Chip, Ben and Jerry's Cherry Garcia, and Ben and Jerry's Hazed and Confused Core (which has half chocolate ice cream, half hazelnut ice cream, and a chocolate-hazelnut core).  The Hazed and Confused is so good that I have only been able to buy it twice and every other time I've looked it's been sold out.


I don't usually buy bread.  I usually just go without or use corn tortillas.  But sometimes I want a grilled cheese sandwich or a BLT, and when I do this is my go-to bread.

Chips and Crackers:

Juanita's tortilla chips are the best tasting and the cheapest gluten-free tortilla chips.  They are even the brand of choice of three of my non-gluten-free friends.  Nabisco started making Rice Thins crackers a few months ago, or at least they arrived locally a few months ago.  I love these crackers but I will eat an entire box in one sitting, which is fine when they're less than $3 a box.  White Cheddar is my favorite flavor, but they also come in Original, Sea Salt and Pepper, and Sweet Barbecue.

Many flavors of Lay's potato chips are also gluten-free, including Cheesy Garlic Bread and Cheddar Sour Cream.

Frozen Dinners:

I love EVOL brand frozen dinners.  They are a little bit expensive but worth it, in my opinion.  My favorite kind is the Fire-Grilled Steak.

So that's what I've found lately.  Is there anything gluten-free that you've loved and would recommend to me?  Tell me in the comments.

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