The Best Gluten-Free Food at Your Grocery Store
Betty Crocker Gluten-Free Brownie Mix
Gluten-free goes mainstream. Simply add eggs and butter for scrumptious fudgy treats that come together in minutes.
To buy: $5 for one 16-ounce box; target.com.
Feel Good Foods Handmade Asian-Style Chicken Dumplings
These eight juicy potstickers can go head-to-head with your local takeout. Packed with chicken, cabbage, scallions, and spices, they even come with a zesty dipping sauce.
To buy: $9 for one 10.75-ounce box; strictlyglutenfree.com and at supermarkets and natural food stores.
Annie’s Gluten-Free Rice Pasta Shells & White Cheddar
Not just for kids, these rice shells have a mellow nutty flavor that is hardly discernable under the classic creamy sauce.
To buy: $3 for one 6-ounce box;target.com.
Canyon Bakehouse Gluten-Free 7-Grain Bread
Spongy and plush, this chewy loaf is perfect for sandwiches and French toast.
To buy: $9 for one 18-ounce loaf; jet.com.
Cascadian Farm Berry Vanilla Puffs Cereal
Bisquick Gluten-Free Pancake and Baking Mix
Make this mix your go-to for light, fluffy pancakes and moist muffins that are indistinguishable from the originals.
To buy: $5 for one 16-ounce box;jet.com.
Immaculate Baking Gluten-Free Chocolate Chunk Cookie Dough
Satisfy a sweet tooth in minutes with this pre-made gluten-free cookie dough (the first of its kind). Warm from the oven and studded with melty chunks of chocolate chips, these treats are utterly satisfying.
To buy: $5 for one 14-ounce package, target.com.
Green’s Gluten-Free Ales
These three tasty brews are everything most wheat-free versions are not—crisp, bright, and refreshing. Available in medium-bodied amber ale, fruity Tripel ale, and rich, chocolaty Dubbel ale.
To buy: $6 for one 16.9-ounce bottle at supermarkets.
Cup4Cup Gluten-Free Flour
Leave it to a four-star chef like Thomas Keller to develop the ultimate gluten-free flour. This brilliant concoction of rice and tapioca flours can be substituted for the all-purpose variety in equal measurements. Even better, cakes bake up light and springy without a hint of the all-too-common sawdust taste.
To buy: $17 for one 3-pound bag; williams-sonoma.com.
Simply7 Gluten-Free Chips
Sometimes nothing can satisfy a chips craving other than, well, chips. These gluten-free chips are made from a variety of ingredients, like quinoa, kale, lentils, and hummus, making a crunchy, tasty, and healthy alternative to regular chips.
To buy: $8 for a variety 8-pack; amazon.com.