Our Favorite Gluten-Free Products

Having Celiac disease doesn’t mean you have to miss out on tasty convenience food. Check out some of the most flavorful gluten-free products on the market.
Our Favorite Gluten Free Products

Celiac disease is an autoimmune condition that affects one in 133 people in the US. The culprit is gluten, which is commonly found in baked goods, pastas, and practically anything containing flour. For those with the disease, finding snacks and treats that are actually tasty can be a challenge. That’s because taking wheat, barley, and rye out of carb-heavy foods can not only drain it of flavor, but also give it an odd texture (there’s nothing worse than a chalky cookie).

Check out of favorite gluten-free products that are sure to satisfy—even without the wheat.

Annie’s Rice Pasta and Cheddar

There are many plain rice pastas to choose from, but when it comes to mac and cheese, Annie’s rich and creamy version is tops. Bulk it up with spinach or broccoli for the ultimate healthy comfort food.
$3 per box. Find a store at Annies.com
Udi’s Dark Chocolate Brownie Bites

Udi’s moist , chewy brownie bites satisfy a mid-afternoon chocolate craving. And with a PointsPlus value of 2, you won’t feel guilty for indulging your sweet tooth.
$5 per pack at UdisGlutenFree.com
Bold Organics
Bold Organics Pizza

The crunchy crust on this veggie lover's pizza had us coming back for a second slice. Ready from the oven in just 20 minutes, this pie’s also dairy-free, nut-free, and vegan—not that you’d know it.
$8.50 per pizza. Find a store at Bold-Organics.com
Nature’s Path
Nature’s Path Sunrise Crunchy Maple

Made with corn, rice, flax, buckwheat, and quinoa, this filling cereal is crunchy and not too sweet. And with only 3 PointsPlus values per serving, it’s a smart way to start your morning.
$4.99 per box. Find a store at US.NaturesPath.com
Lucy’s Chocolate Chip Cookies

These are by far our favorite gluten-free cookies. They’re crunchy without being chalky and for only 1 PointsPlus value per cookie, this guilt-free snack won’t put your Allowance in the red.
$5.50 per box. Find a store at DrLucys.com
Pasta Slim Tomato and Herbs Angel Hair

These tofu noodles don’t taste quite like traditional flour pasta—they’re a bit softer. But for 0 PointsPlus values per serving (yes, you read that correctly) you can make an on-Plan Italian-inspired meal. We especially like the tomato and herbs flavor, but it’s also available in plain spaghetti and spinach fettuccini varieties.
$2 per package. Find a store at WildwoodFoods.com
Canyon Bakehouse Cinnamon Raisin Bread

Perfect for breakfast, this cinnamon raisin bread is made with whole grains and sweet agave syrup, and has only 2 PointsPlus values per slice. Top with a dab of low-fat peanut butter for a sweet start to your day.
$5 at CanyonBakehouse.com
Glutino Chocolate-Covered Pretzels

You’d never know these little guys were gluten-free. Salty and sweet, they’re a perfect chocolatey treat to keep on hand.
$6.99 per bag. Find a store at Glutino.com

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