Gluten Free Cereal List

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Here are some of the gluten free cereals that are available on the market.

Bakery On Main 

  • Gourmet Natural Rainforest Granola
  • Naturals Fiber Power Cinnamon Raisin Granola
  • Naturals Fiber Power Triple Berry Granola
  • Naturals Cranberry Orange Cashew Granola
  • Nutty Cranberry Maple Granola

Nature’s Path Organic

  • Gluten Free Selections Honey Almond Granola
  • Sunrise Crunchy Vanilla
  • Nature’s Path Organic Gluten Free Cereal, Whole O’s
  • Nature’s Path Organic Gluten Free Cereal, Mesa Sunrise
  • Nature’s Path Organic Gluten Free Cereal, Honey’d Corn Flakes

Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free Granola Honey Oats

 

New England Naturals Organic Gluten Free Unsweetened Granola Berry Coconut

 

Back to Nature Gluten Free Vanilla Almond Agave Granola

  • Back to Nature Gluten Free Cereal Sprout & Shine

Kay’s Natural Better Balance Protein Cereal Apple Cinnamon

Bear Naked

  • Bear Naked Soft Baked Granola Cacao & Cashew Butter
  • Bear Naked Granola Bites Peanut Butter & Honey
  • Bear Naked Granola Bites Dark Chocolate Sea Salt
  • Bear Naked Cinnamon + Sunflower Butter

Van’s Simply Delicious Gluten Free Cereal, Cinnamon Heaven

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Gluten Free Thousand Island Dressing Recipe

 

Gluten Free Thousand Island Dressing Recipe
 
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Gluten Free Thousand Island Dressing
Author:
Recipe type: Side Dish
Serves: 4
Ingredients
  • ½ cup Hellmann's Mayonnaise - gluten free
  • 2 tablespoons Heinz Ketchup - gluten free
  • 2 tablespoons Mt. Olive Sweet Relish - gluten free
  • ½ clove finely minced garlic
  • 1 teaspoon Heinz White vinegar - gluten free
  • ⅛ teaspoon kosher salt
  • 2 teaspoons red onion, finely diced
Instructions
  1. Add all the ingredients in a medium bowl and adjust salt according to taste. Refrigerate for few hour before serving.

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Gluten Free Products

Sometimes finding gluten free products can be frustrating. I’ve been there believe me especially when you are just starting gluten free diet. These are just some of the best gluten free products that I constantly use in my cooking.

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Gluten Free Salad Dressing List

Gluten Free Salad Dressing List

Gluten Free Salad Dressing List

This is a short list but I will keep adding more products so, check often.

  • Annie’s Naturals – Annie’s salad dressings are considered naturally gluten-free, but not all.
  • Cardini’s – All Cardini’s dressings except for the Roasted Asian Sesame are considered gluten-free.
  • Girard’s – Girard’s makes a dozen or so premium salad dressings, most of which are considered gluten-free. The only two that are not gluten-free are the Sundried Tomato and Artichoke, and the Chinese Chicken Salad flavors.
  • Hidden Valley – Most of Hidden Valley’s products do not contain gluten, according to the company.  Check the label with a yellow and green “gluten-free” check mark circle”.
  • Maple Grove Farms – Most of their salad dressings are considered gluten-free.  Check for the words “gluten-free” below the list of ingredients.
  • Marzetti’s – Most but not all are gluten free, so check your label carefully.  They usually disclosed gluten ingredients.
  • Newman’s Own – Their dressings are gluten free except the Family Recipe Italian Dressing and Sesame Ginger Dressing.
  • Organicville – Organicville, which has a variety of salad dressings, is certified gluten-free. Also their Asian flavors, the Miso Ginger Organic Vinaigrette.
  • Pfeiffer – They have 14 salad dressings all are listed as gluten free.
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Gluten Free Sausage List

Gluten Free Sausage List

Gluten-Free Sausage List

List of companies that make gluten free sausages in the United States.

  • Aidells Sausage Company – All of the company’s sausage products are gluten-free, but always double-check the label, they usually label “gluten-free” on their products.
  • al fresco – All al fresco products are considered gluten-free except the raw chicken meatballs with panko breadcrumbs.
  • Applegate Farms – Most of Applegate’s products including all of its sausages are considered gluten-free.
  • Armour – The company will disclose wheat in any of its products, and doesn’t currently use rye, barley or oats in anything it makes, according to a spokesperson. The plant facilities are shared but follow strict guidelines to prevent cross-contamination.
  •  Bass Farms – According to a company spokesperson, everything Bass Farms produces is gluten-free.
  • Beeler’s – According to company spokesperson Julie Beeler, “we don’t make anything that isn’t gluten-free. There is nothing with gluten produced anywhere near our products.” The company also is in the process of converting to non-GMO feed for its pigs.
  • Bob Evans – All except for Big Farm Original Pork Sausage Links and Hot Sausage Patties are listed on Bob Evans’ gluten-free list.
  • Farmland Foods – According to a company customer service representative, Farmland does label some products gluten-free. “If that claim is not present on the package, we are not making such a claim,” she says, in part because ingredients from outside suppliers might contain gluten.
  • Hatfield – The company maintains a list of gluten-free products, and the sausage products are on it. However, the products are not tested for cross-contamination, and some of them are produced on shared equipment that’s cleaned between product runs, a customer service rep tells me. Most Hatfield products that contain gluten are hams and ham steaks.
  • Hebrew National – The company clearly label any gluten ingredients but it does not test for gluten in its products, nor does it label them gluten-free.
  • Jones Dairy Farm – Jones makes many different types of sausages. They actually  have a gluten free certification. But they also make few products that are not gluten-free, so always double check the label for that “GF” symbol.
  • Neese’s Country Sausage – According to a Neese spokesperson, all of the company’s retail sausage products are free from gluten ingredients. But be aware that their sausage products are manufactured in the same plant as some of the other products that do contain wheat gluten, but are separated by multiple curtains and rooms,” the spokesperson says.
  • Niman Ranch – The company says everything it makes is considered gluten-free, including its bratwurst and other sausages.
  • Smithfield – According to the company, link and loop sausage do not contain MSG and are gluten-free. A company spokesperson adds that Smithfield has eliminated the use of gluten ingredients and other allergens at most of its plants, and uses a strict allergen control program to prevent cross-contamination in the few instances where allergenic ingredients are used. The company says it will call out any gluten ingredients on its product labels.
  • Wellshire Farms – Most of its products, including the sausages, are considered gluten-free.
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