I've put together a list of popular and good tasting GF foods and where you can buy some or all of these products. There are more, but these are the ones I thought of this week. I know that Whole Foods and Central Market and other specialty health food stores carry some of these too, but I'm not familiar with which ones carry what. I'm sending what I am familiar with. Betty Barfield
Gluten Free Pantry bread mixes, brownie mix, pie crust mix, cornbread mix www.glutenfree.com (you can purchase through our website on a link). Most stores carry this brand.
Namaste cookie mixes, cake mixes, brownie mixes (www.namastefoods.com ). Market Street carries.
The Cravings Place cookie mixes, cake mixes www.thecravingsplace.com their mixes are GF, wheat free, dairy free & egg free. Internet only for now.
Sylvan Border Farm and Bette Hagman brands all pupose GF flour mixies. www.sylvanborderfarm.com and these are both carried at Healthy Approach.
Kinnikinnick english muffins, hamburger buns, bagels, waffles, sliced tapioca bread, cookies and cake mixes www.kinnikinnick.com Healthy Approach and Better Health Market.
Manna from Anna bread mix www.glutenevolution.com Healthy Approach. TIPS
Dowd & Rogers cake mixes (especially chocolate and lemon)
www.dowdandrogers.com Healthy Approach & Market Street.
Glutino pretzels and crackers and ready made bread www.glutino.com Healthy Approach.
Amy's Soups, (my favorite Chunky Tomato Bisque and many others), Amy's frozen dinners, pizza crusts, etc, etc. They have a gluten-free list of products on their website www.amyskitchen.com click under "special diets" A lot of local places carries Amy's brands. Also check out this list which is circulating around: Amy’s Gluten Free Products.
Tinkyada pastas www.tinkyada.com Healthy Approach and Better Health Market.
Arrowhead Mills Buckwheat Flakes (dry cereal) www.arrowheadmills.com
Nathure's Path Mesa Sunrise Flaxseed Flakes, EnviroKidz cereals, Honey'd
Corn Flakes, Peanut Butter Panda Puffs, and many other GF dry cereals www.naturespath.com Healthy Approach.
Mary's Gone Crackers www.marysgonecrackers.com Internet only for now
Schar brand crackers and cookies. Healthy Approach.
Chebe bread mixes www.chebe.com Multiple stores carry this brand.
Enjoy Life granola, cookies www.enjoylifefoods.com Multiple stores carry this brand.
Mrs. Leeper's boxed pasta dinner mixes (like a Hamburger Helper mix) www.mrsleeperspasta.com Internet only for now. Mrs. Leepers corn pastas are sold are multiple stores. If you find the boxed pasta dinner mixes anywhere else, let me know.
GF PRODUCT LISTS UPDATED
Our Gluten-free product lists have just been updated. A great thank you to those who are in charge of the lists all of those who contributed to make this list the most complete and up to date of the CD communities. To see the lists: http://forums.delphiforums.com/celiac/start then, scroll down and click on: Gluten-Free Product Lists
12/18/2007 Whole Foods Market now carries Redbridge Beer. It is made by Anheuser-Busch and they verified it is gluten-free. We have it in stock currently at the Plano location (2201 Preston Rd, 972-612-6729) and it will be at the other locations in Texas as well.
We’ve had many requests for gluten-free beer and we’re glad to finally have it available in North Texas.
Wine Team Leader
Whole Foods Market
2201 Preston Road Suite C
Plano, Texas 75093
972-612-6729 Store Phone
2/16/2006 Check out this report: “I just ordered some New Grist (GF beer) http://www.newgrist.com/ . I called 1-800-800-9122 and ordered through Clubs of America. It's $32.95 which includes shipping for a 12 pack.” I am told that this beer passes the discerning beer drinker’s test. Betty
1/20/2006 Over the next few weeks, glutenfreebeerfestival.com will be launched, with details of around 16 GF beers worldwide, reviews and how to get in touch with the breweries. Links to this site, will be very much appreciated.
Some beers are completely new to the market.
We are completely neutral, just trying to inform fellow celiacs of what is available. We have Carolyn Smagalski as our brewing expert, who most people will be aware is a world expert on beer, who has also written extensively on GF beer.
Regards, and thank you for posting interesting material on a matter close to my heart
Steve Ford firstname.lastname@example.org
For GF Beer, visit http://www.bardsbeer.com/ to learn more and please share it with North Texas Celiacs. I, for one, have already submitted my request to both Whole Foods and Market Street.
Jason R. Dye