Gluten Free Products List

 Q. What can you eat on a gluten free diet?

I began compiling this gluten free product list a few weeks ago. Though it is not completed, and never will be, I thought I would publish it before it is outdated, though I’ve included many links for you to double check. I will continue to add additional items each week as I run across them. I hope you find this list useful.

These items were gluten-free the last time I checked. Always check labels and/or with manufacturers before consuming.  Somehow all of the links disappeared from this list. I am slowly adding them back. It is always best to check links to find the latest information. In addition, many links are no longer active. Sometimes manufacturers decide that it is too great a legal liability to state which products are gluten free. Often times, ingredients change in products.

You may be keeping up with my post, “Celiac: Foods to Avoid“. I will continue to update that list as I think of more items or as I run across them online. But enough already with what you cannot eat! Let’s move on to answering the question, “What can you eat on a gluten-free diet!”


Though some products may be labeled gluten-free, you should be aware that it may be made in a factory which processes other products that do contain gluten.  The new labeling regulations requiring no more than 20-ppm gluten in a gluten-free product. If you are highly sensitive to gluten look for the certified gluten-free product symbols.

Gluten-Free Certification Organization (GFCO, a subsidiary of Gluten Intolerance Group of North America (GIG), “assures that the product contains less than 10-ppm gluten (5-ppm gliadin)…” Visit the GFCO website¬†for more information.

If you see the below seal on a package, it represents the National Celiac Association’s logo (formerly run by CSA (Celiac Sprue Association, which was disillusioned¬†in 2017 ). This logo represents that the product has been tested to be below 5-ppm gluten. You may learn about their certification process at National Celiac Association’s at¬†Gluten-Free Recognition Seal Program.

Celiac Sprue Association logo

The Gluten Free Certification Program, sponsored by the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness, (NFCA). Their bright green logo signifies that the product contains less than 10 ppm gluten.

National Foundation for Celiac Awareness Gluten Free Certification Logo

The QAI Gluten Free Certification is a subsidiary of NSF, a 70 year old organization focusing on verification of food safety, public health practices, and organic certification. Their blue and white seal denotes a product is certified to contain less than 10 ppm gluten. Visit the QAI website to learn more their program.

NSF Certified Gluten-Free Seal

Baking: Flours, Grains, Starches and More

If you are interested in only certified gluten-free products, definitely use the GFCO’s (Gluten-Free Certification Organization)¬†searchable database.

Gluten Free Product List

  • Almond flour
  • Almnod flour, superfine
  • Amaranth and amaranth¬†flour
  • Arrowroot powder/flour/starch
  • Banana flour
  • Brown rice flour
  • Buckwheat flour
  • Chestnut flour
  • Chia flour and chia seeds
  • Chickpea flour
  • Coconut flour
  • Corn flour
  • Corn meal (watch for cross contamination)
  • Cornstarch
  • Fava bean flour
  • Flaxseed meal (mixed with hot water makes a great dairy-free egg replacer)
  • Garbanzo bean flour
  • Garfava flour (blend of garbanzo, fava and sometime romano bean)
  • Hazelnut flour
  • Lentil flour
  • Millet flour
  • Mesquite flour
  • Oats, oat flour, and oat bran (only ones labeled gluten-free and pure) See Bob’s Red Mill and Cream Hill Estates;PrOatina by Montana Gluten-Free (some celiacs with an oat intolerance may tolerate their oat products)
  • Pea protein powder
  • Peanut flour
  • Pistachio flour
  • Potato flour
  • Potato starch
  • Quinoa and quinoa flour
  • Rice flour, brown
  • Rice flour, brown, superfine
  • Rice flour, white
  • Rice flour, white, superfine
  • Rice flour, white,¬†sweet
  • Rice bran
  • Rice protein powder
  • Romano bean flour (not easily obtainable in the U.S.)
  • Sorghum flour / Sweet sorghum flour / Milo Flour
  • Tapioca starch/flour (also called cassava ¬†or¬†yucca flour)
  • Tapioca starch, modified (Expandex – usually chemically processed)
  • Teff and Teff flour (teff can be used as a cereal)
  • Timtana (Timothy-grass)


  • Guar gum
  • Gum arabic
  • Xanthan gum
  • Eggs (casein-free and dairy-free)
  • Methyl cellulose (chemically modified cellulose) – often used as a thickener or gluten substitute in baked goods
  • Yeast (and some brewer’s yeast, but not when from beer)
  • Vanilla extract and vanilla flavoring (distilling removes gluten, as is with alcohol – depends upon your sensitivity level)
  • Nestle’s chocolate morsels: milk chocolate and semi-sweet
  • Baking powder: Rumford’s, Clabber Girl (contains aluminum), Bob’s Red Mill, Davis (contains aluminum),¬†or (Hain Featherweight is corn-free)
  • Baking Soda
  • Ener-G: Egg Replacer – (also dairy-free)
  • Egg white powder (alhumen / albumin)¬†(El Peto Products has one that is gluten-free)
  • Hershey’s Cocoas: Natural Unsweetened, Special Dark/Dutch Process
  • Rodelle Dutch Processed Cocoa
  • Tofu (plain)
  • Gelatin (Jell-O and Knox)
  • Agar agar (natural gelatin substitute)
  • All cooking oils
  • Whey and whey proteins, but are not dairy-free
  • Betty Crocker’s Gluten-free Bisquick
  • Extracts -vanilla, almond, etc.
  • Duncan Hines Creamy Home-Style Frosting
  • Comstock Pie Fillings¬†and Wilderness Pie Fillings by Duncan Hines (no gluten in facilities where made – reverified again by phone 1-800-362-9834 on 10/25/2018)
  • Food coloring: Select Tea (natural), Nature’s Flavors (natural), AmeriColor, McCormick

Suggested brands include Bob’s Red Mill (all non-GMO, including cornstarch). They make gluten and gluten free products. So, look for the logo on their packaging that is a circle with wheat crossed out. Other good brands include¬†Authentic Foods,¬†Arrowhead Mills (organic), and Vitacost.

Betty Crocker Gluten Free Mixes, Frosting, and General Mill Gluten Free Products.



Lindsay Olives (gluten-free & casein-free; contains corn as a color stabilizer).

Tropical Tradition olives

Cooking Sprays

  • Pam (all, except for Pam Baking Spray)
  • Safeway brand olive oil spray


  • Hidden Valley Ranch Dry Packages

Gluten-Free Sweeteners

  • sugar
  • evaporated cane juice (like sugar, but less processed)
  • Karo corn syrups: light and dark
  • stevia
  • honey
  • molasses (gluten-free brands)
  • pure maple syrup, Log Cabin’s All Natural Pancake Syrup
  • dates, fruit, apple sauce, pear sauce, etc.
  • Xylitol (supposed be great for your teeth!)
  • Susta – natural sweetener
  • Artificial sweeteners such as Aspartame and NutraSweet,¬†though I do not recommend them.

Boxed and Instant Gluten Free Products

Betty Crocker Potato Buds

Gluten-Free Milk and Milk Substitutes

See articles entitled, Cow’s Milk and Milk Substitutes and Is Rice Dream Gluten-free?

Gluten-Free Breads, Tortillas, Buns, etc.

  • Udi’s – great gluten-free products! (see French toast photo)
  • Rudi’s Check out this photo of my sandwich using Rudi’s Original Bread
  • Ener-G –¬†I’ve tried their Gluten-free Light Tapioca Loaf – very light. ¬†They have a lot of gluten-free, dairy-free, nut-free and Kosher Certified products.
  • Kinnikinnick¬†– New¬†soft breads, hot dog buns, hamburger buns, yeast-free tapioca loaf, English muffins and cookies.

Gluten-Free Cereal

  • Bakery On Main’s Granola
  • All Pebbles cereals and treats EXCEPT Marshmallow Pebbles
  • Gluten Free Rice Krispies (They also make one that it is not gluten-free.)
  • Post Pebbles – cocoa, fruity and marshmallow “Gluten Free”
  • Chex: Honey Nut Chex, Chocolate Chex, Cinnamon Chex, Rice Chex, and Corn Chex
  • Glutino Gluten Free Cereal
  • Nature’s Path Gluten Free Cereals, including¬†Envirokidz
  • Arrowhead Mills Gluten Free Hot Cereals
  • Erewhon Gluten Free Cereal, including cocoa crispy brown rice cereal
  • Barbara’s Bakery Puffins Gluten Free Cereal: Only their Multigrain and Honey Rice
  • Udi’s Granola

Gluten-Free Beans

Beans you purchase in bags and cook from scratch are always gluten-free. If purchasing a canned bean it may contain gluten as a sauce thickener.  Please read labels.

  • La Preferida¬†Black¬†Beans and Black Refried Beans

Gluten-Free Condiments

  • Distilled Vinegars – Many manufacturers state that anything distilled is gluten-free, as the gluten is naturally removed, but other manufacturers actually label “some” of their products gluten-free. Some Heinz vinegar are labeled gluten-free. See their gluten-free vinegar list at the bottom of their page for U.S. and Canadian products. Rice vinegars are usually gluten-free. Malt vinegars are never gluten-free.
  • Soy Sauce: San-J’s Organic Gluten-free Tamari Sauce (organic and low-sodium), Kikkoman’s (naturally brewed), Kikkoman soy sauce packets (for travel/purse),¬†Braggs Liquid Aminos
  • Kikkoman Teriyaki Marinade S& auce
  • Worcestershire Sauce: Lea & Perrins “The Original” and “Reduced Sodium” – ones made in the U.S., not Canada
  • Ketchup (see Heinz gluten-free products)
  • Mustard (Kraft’s Grey Poupon’s mustard contain gluten-free vinegar; and French’s is also gluten-free.)

Gluten-Free Salad Dressings

  • Ken’s Foods Lite Accents Salad Dressing, except for “Asian” which contains soy sauce
  • See Kraft’s Gluten Free Statement
  • See Wish-Bone Dressings (if it does not contain wheat, barley, rye, or malt, it is gluten free)
  • Walmart carries the following Gluten Free Salad Dressings: Maple Grove Farms Fat Free Honey Dijon and Sugar-Free Balsamic Vinaigrette, Walden Farms Chipotle Ranch, Soy Vay Toasted Sesame, Hendrickson’s Original Sweet Vinegar & Olive Oil, and Drew‚Äôs Poppy Seed Dressing

Gluten-Free Pasta and Noodles

  • Tinkyada pasta
  • Jovial pasta
  • Schar pasta
  • Trader Joe’s Brown Rice Pasta (made in a gluten-free facility and tested.)
  • Shirataki noodles (Zero net carbohydrates and zero calories, meaning the fiber outweighs the carbs)
  • Soba – Japanese noodles

Gluten-Free Mexican

  • Las Palmas Red Enchilada Sauce (and labeled gluten-free) Their Green Chile Sauce is not gluten free. See all B&G brand gluten free products list. [LINK NO LONGER AVAILABLE]
  • La Victoria Red and Green Enchilada Sauces
  • CHI-CHI‚ÄôS¬ģ¬†Green Chilies
  • La Victoria¬ģ¬†Green Chiles, Diced & Whole
  • See the entire list of Ortega Gluten Free Products [LINK NO LONGER AVAILABLE]
  • La Victoria Salsa (check Walmart’s website – they list “gluten-free”)

Canned Tomato Products

Tomato Sauce: Del Monte
Tomato Paste: Del Monte
Tomatoes, Canned, Whole: Del Monte or Hunt’s
Tomatoes, Canned Crushed: Del Monte or Hunts

Asian Sauces

Choy Sun by Lee Kum Kee oyster sauce

PF Chang’s oyster sauce

PF Chang’s Thai Sweet Chili Sauce¬†and many other GF Asian sauces

Lee Kum Kee’s Panda Brand Oyster Sauce

Wok Mei hoisin sauce

Premier Japan hoisin sauce

Gluten Free Sauces

Marinara Sauce:¬†Prego’s Marina Sauce¬†and¬†Colavita Organic Spicy Garlic Marinara Sauce

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25 Replies to “Gluten Free Products List”

  1. Just found out i have celiac and on top of that Lactose intolerance. Basically i really cant eat much and i seem to find all this so overwhelming….But i do love ur site and ur recipe box….Thanks for the help!!!! Especially when im trying to figure this all out

  2. Thank you for this list. Fortunately I do not have a gluten allergy (that I know of) lol but I do want to make some changes in my diet. I was wondering what the best flour substitute for baking would be? As the holidays approach I would like to make some gluten free cookies this year. Thanks again!

  3. Wow Carla if you not married, I’m available…:-). By far the most comprehensive Gluten-Free website I’ve viewed to date. Thank you, my wife has just recently discovered she is wheat intolerant, eho knew! Anyway we’ll be using this recipes a many. Dinner is at 6:00 pm

  4. Excuse me, but the Allergen Warning on the side of Great Value Instant Potatoes DOES list WHEAT along with like 10 other possible contaminants. As far as I am concerned, this makes this product unsafe. MOST GREAT VALUE PRODUCTS list wheat as an ALLERGEN WARNING. I was most upset when I found this out. I just went Gluten Free 3 weeks ago, I’m still learning, but the biggest lesson I am learning is that Great Value must be thoroughly checked. I don’t understand how the “trace amounts” issue thing works, but I do know that if it is enough to be listed as a warning then its enough for me to say NO to.

  5. Just double checking about Philadelphia cream cheese for my cheesecakes-absolutely Gluten-free? I’m very new at this and a little overwhelmed…LOL! Thanks GFRB staff…love your site. xoxo ;-)

  6. Thank you for this list! I really appreciate it. I wanted to add that Cheetos brand snacks are gluten-free, per the company. Also, Mike’s Hard Lemonades are gluten-free, all flavors. The company says they are tested after processing. Keep up the good work. Tonight’s dinner is your sausage with brown rice and peppers!

  7. this is a great list of gluten free I was wondering if there is a list of gluten and cow dairy free
    products, which I personally need.

    thank you

  8. You have to try the foods by george pizza and then you can add it to you GF pizza list… oh my gosh..even my non GF grandkids love it and ask for it…It is absolutely delicious and the best GF pizza I have had.

    1. Thank you Loise. I see that you carry gluten-free as well as gluten products. Does this mean that they are not made in a dedicated gluten-free facility? If not, do you test for gluten?

  9. Thank you for creating this list.

    Hilshire Farms has many gluten-free cold cuts, and their smoked sausage is also gluten-free. Sugardale offers gf hams, hotdogs and bacon.
    And although it is a regional grocery chain, Giant Eagle has an extensive listing of its gluten free products on its website

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