Trader Joe’s Gluten Free Product Review
I was not compensated for this post. It is solely my opinion on products that we have purchased.
Trader Joe’s has come a long way with their gluten free offering since I went gluten free in 2011. Some items have been great, while others not so much. Every time I see a new product I am always excited to try them. Although, since going gluten free my options have narrowed. I would love to see Trader Joe’s offer more of an allergy free option that covers at least the top 4 allergens. Trader Joes also has a list of all gluten free items that they carry. You can ask an employee for it. If you found a product that you love that I didn’t cover (or hate) please comment below and share with me!
Here is my review…
This was last updated in early 2017, hoping to have some new pictures and opinions to share with you soon.
Chocolate Granola bar that doesn’t contain gluten or dairy! For $2.69 a box I was excited to see these. The only other GF chocolate chip granola bar I have seen runs about $3.20 a box.
I like these rice cakes with almond butter on top for a simple and healthy snack.
These Chocolate Drops contain milk so my daughter and I cannot indulge but I buy these for my Son. They are a much better alternative to M&M’s since they do not contain food coloring.
|He is so happy for a yummy gluten free treat!|
These brownies are pretty good and super easy to make. My 4 year old son pours and mixes everything and he loves them. They are cheaper than other brownie mixes found at other stores. These are $3.99 a box and in comparison to other brands they are pretty tasty. Keep a box in the pantry for when you want a treat or people stop buy and you need an easy dessert. Even those who eat gluten will like this.
Gluten Free Oats- We love these oats for breakfast, cookies or to add in a smoothie. We always have them on hand. I love making Overnight Oats with them.
Other products we have tried (pictures to come)
GF All Purpose Flour- I have bought this a couple of times and it works well. It is much more affordable than other AP flours on the market. I always make my own all purpose flour mix https://www.livingfreelyglutenfree.com/my-personal-gluten-free-all-purpose/ but if you don’t want to or need something quickly this flour mix is great.
GF Chocolate Chip Cookies- These cookies are crunchy and yummy if you are need of a treat. They are good.
Chocolate Peppermint Almond Milk for $1.79 a carton!
This gluten free stuffing is delicious. It is a good idea to stock up because it can go quick!
Pumpkin Cider- Um, yes please! Such a fun flavor to have during the fall.
Trader Joe’s also offers a ton of other products that are not labeled as “gluten free” but list on the labeling that no gluten ingredients were used. This is usually due to being processed in the same facility as wheat ingredients. I have not reacted to these products but if you suffer severe celiac disease then you could have a reaction.
What are your favorite Trader Joes gluten free products?