New Additions to the Gluten-Free Aisle
With more and more gluten-free products on the market, finding the tastiest can be tricky. Here are some recent arrivals to the gluten-free aisle, just in time for the holidays.
Registered dietitian and gluten-related disorders expert Rachel Begun shared this recommendation for a no-fuss pie crust. The mix, from Bob's Red Mill, is made with simple whole-food ingredients and makes a tasty crust.
These cookies are light, airy, crisp and allergen-free. They're a great snack option on their own and also delightful served with a fruit compote or crumbled into a pie crust.
Chewy, gluten-free cookies are usually hard to come by. Udi's has already mastered gluten-free bread and now unveils this buttery, cinnamon-filled cookie with a reasonable 90 calories apiece.
Kids and adults alike will enjoy these tenders, featuring nice cuts of chicken breast in a crisp and flavorful crust.
Made with healthy whole grains like quinoa, amaranth and millet, these nutty and flavorful chips are more flavorful than the average gluten-free cracker option.
This gluten-free pasta is made from rice, corn and quinoa and has a similar calorie count to traditional pastas.
Crunchy and not overly sweet, this cereal makes a quick and easy breakfast or a guilt-free late-night snack.
These toaster pastries are a healthier option than most traditional versions and offer breakfast in a hurry.