Kikkoman’s Gluten Free Soy Sauce “On-the-Go” Packets. THESE ARE THE BOMBDIGGITY.
Gillian’s Foods Gluten Free Bread Crumbs. The BEST GF breadcrumbs on the market!
Vermont Maple Syrup, 3.4 Oz Plastic Jug by the Vermont Maple Farm. If you have to go for a pancake or french toast occasionally, then this is pure and easy to tote with you. 🙂
Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix by Betty Crocker. These cookies are enjoyable for the holidays and when company visits.
La Banderita Corn Tortillas. La Banderita tortillas are an excellent substitute for bread when you just want a sandwich, but you don’t want GF bread.
Briannas Dijon Honey Mustard Salad Dressing. 11 out of 15 of their salad dressings are gluten-free.
Joy Cone Gluten Free Cake Cones are the perfect summer treat. I used to think any GF ice-cream cone was better than no cone, but not anymore. JOY is joyful! Just be sure to always read the label on your ice cream container, as not all “plain” ice creams are gluten-free.
Traditional Polenta (corn grits) from San Gennaro Foods. This comes pre-cooked, so it’s ready to eat and serve—perfect for the self-professed “short order” cooks like myself!
Cello Whisps Parmesan cheese crisps. A simple cracker, but with “real food” ingredients—baked parmesan cheese. That’s it! They’re perfect for a simple, healthy snack or you can add them to meal for a little extra somethin’.
My sister Liz sent me this beautiful gift of delicious organic spices from Primal Palate. She is one of the best—and healthiest—cooks I know. She also has celiac and knows how to give foods some serious pizazz!!!
There are many chocolate spots in my town, but Mr. Roberts Chocolates is tops! It’s been there for over 20 years. These delicious orange slices dipped in dark chocolate are gluten free and every once and awhile I pick some up for a family treat!