10 Hot Gluten-Free Foods You’ll Want to Taste Test

During a Gluten-Free Living Facebook Live event last week, the GFL team gave their first impressions of hot new foods in the gluten-free world. Watch the video to hear their thoughts and check out the list of products mentioned and where to find them.

1. GrandyOats Granola

This crunchy, slightly sweet granola is a source of protein you can feel great about eating. It is made in small batches, certified gluten free, USDA certified organic, paleo, non-GMO verified, dairy free and kosher. It’s made in a solar-powered bakery in Maine!

Check out the price on Amazon.


2. Pamela’s Crispy Gluten Free Cookies

Pamela’s makes plenty of delicious gluten-free cookie flavors, but we are currently loving the ginger cookies. All of their ingredients are verified non-GMO, kosher and contain no hydrogenated oils or trans fats. They’re also made with organic cane sugar, butter and eggs. Keep an eye out for their delicious holiday flavors.

Check out the price on Amazon.

3. Perky Jerky

Perky Jerky provides the ideal road trip snack. The jerky comes in pork, turkey and beef varieties, with flavors like Mountain Maple, Pale Ale, and Jammin’ Jamaican. It’s a flavorful all-natural snack with a mouthwatering texture and packed with protein.Low-carb snack, 100% natural Wisconsin cheese. Bake cheeses until they are crunchy and melt-in-your-mouth delicious.

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4. Just The Cheese

Just The Cheese provides a low-carb alternative to other crunchy, cheesy snacks. They aremade from 100 percent natural Wisconsin cheese and are baked until they’re melt-in-your-mouth delicious. They come in bar and bite forms and are all rich in protein and calcium.

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5. GAIA Herbs Calm ASAP

This vegan supplement can help reduce anxiousness and provide a natural calm during stressful times. It is made with passionflower, chamomile, holy basil, lavender essential oil and fresh organic skullcap from the Gaia Herbs farm.

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6. Crazy Richard’s Almond Butter

This almond butter provides an alternative for those with peanut allergies. It is all-natural, non-GMO and vegan. There’s only one ingredient in this almond butter: dry roasted almonds. Crazy Richard’s is proof that sometimes, simple is best.

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7. Pamela’s Whenever Bars

These on-the-go snacks are wheat free, gluten free, dairy free and have no artificial ingredients. What they do have is tons of whole grains and omega 3 fatty acids. They have a soft, chewy texture and are available in plenty of flavors.

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8. Fairlife Smart Snacks

These Smart Snacks are a scrumptious afternoon pick-me-up that feature ultra-filtered milk in several all-natural flavors. The milk is nutrient-rich and ultra-filtered. They are lactose free and come in an easily transportable size and can be enjoyed at any time of day.

Check out Fairlife products on Amazon.



9. Smart Flour Foods Snack Bites

These gluten-free snack bites provide a mini pizza explosion with every bite. They are available in Three Cheese, Uncured Pepperoni, and Pepperoni and Sausage Combo flavors. The snack bites are stuffed with hormone-free cheddar and mozzarella cheese and free of artificial colors and flavors and free of allergens including wheat, nuts, tree nuts and eggs.

Check out Smart Flour.

10. Redbyrd Workman Dry Cider

This cider is made with mixed heirloom, bittersweet, bittersharp and wild seedling apples. It’s bright and juicy, with notes of tropical fruit, orange peel and birch, with mouthwatering acidity and plentiful tannins. It is best paired with a soft cheese, cured meats and olives.

Check out Workman Dry.



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