• After years of being gluten free, I decided to create a list of my favorite gluten free products. As I discover new products (and the market is expanding fast and furious), I will update this list. My hope is that you will use my list as a resource for excellent, high quality gluten free products. Come back and visit, and feel free to leave a comment if you have a particular gluten free product that you love.

    By the way, please know that I will not review gluten free products on this blog unless I buy them or they are given to me without any strings attached. That is the only way I can remain neutral in my reviews.

    Breads From Anna
    • Dot

      Hello. I just joined your blog today. It looks great. I am not gluten free, but live in a gluten free household as both my husband and son have celiac. A couple of things to try for your favs list: udi's whole grain and sandwich bread–it can be eaten without toasting!! Also, cherrybrook kitchen has the best chocolate chip cookies, if you're not up for making cookies from scratch. Tinkyada pasta's are the best for flavor and texture, although some of the orgran (australia) pastas are not bad. Chebe bread–if you have not tried it, you absolutely must. It is very versatile–you can made rolls, dumplings, pita, whatever. GlutiNo makes amazing pretzels. I guess that's all. Sorry for carrying on. I've been gluten-free (minus eating out with friends when family is not there) since 2005 as well and have tried lots of different products. Also, FYI, not sure whether you have kids or if they suffer from celiac, but all crayola products except playdough are GF. GF Playdough is made by Aroma dough and colorations.

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