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Are there food allergies in your house and you’re not sure where to buy gluten free foods? Here are some of our favorite places to buy gluten free foods that are also dairy free and soy free.
As I’ve mentioned in other posts, my oldest son and I have some food intolerances and allergies. I can’t have gluten, dairy, soy, avocado, spinach, or shellfish. He can’t have gluten, dairy, or egg.
Here is a sampling of where we’re able to find our gluten free foods. Be sure to always check labels prior to purchasing, whether that be online or in-store as product ingredients can change from batch to batch.
- Yep, you heard me right, Target. They have really expanded their gluten free foods options lately.
- Super Target stores have more selection than regular Target stores
- Depending on the item you can get them in-store, via Target.com, Drive Up, Pick Up, or via Shipt (with subscription). If you have a Super Target relatively close to you but it’s not your closest Target, you can switch the location you want them to shop from right on your phone or computer within the Target website or app to be the Super Target with an expanded selection instead of your closest store.
- Daiya – cheese slices, cheese shreds, mac & cheese, frozen dessert bars, pizzas
- Canyon Bakehouse – white & multigrain bread, bagels, and other bakery type goods (does contain egg) Often in the produce section
- Silk – milk, and yogurt; watch out though, some of their yogurts do contain soy so be sure to read labels carefully. I prefer the Silk Almond Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk
- Udi’s Gluten-Free bread, muffins, mug cakes, frozen french dinner rolls, hamburger, and hot dog buns. Check labels carefully, some items contain dairy and most contain egg.
- Enjoy Life – chocolate chips, mini chocolate chips
- So Delicious – dairy free cheese slices, shredded cheese, cream cheese, yogurt, ice cream
- Bob’s Red Mill Gluten-Free oats, flours – coconut, almond, tapioca, 1 to 1 baking flour, egg replacer, nutritional yeast
- Epic Bars – chicken sriracha, venison sea salt & pepper, beef sea salt & pepper – these are all amazing on the go snacks or even meal replacement if in a rush
- Larabars – these are amazing on the go snacks
- Justin’s nut butter – almond, hazelnut, and chocolate
- Earth Balance Soy Free Spread
- Barilla Gluten Free Noodles: Penne, Elbows, Spaghetti, Fettuccine, Lasagna
- Partake Cookies and Crackers
- MadeGood: Granola bars, granola bites, crackers, breakfast bars, and cookies
- Shipt delivery
- 30-day free trial, after which it’s $59.99 a year
- Sign up with this link and you can get 40% off your first order
- Teachers/school staff, students, low-income families, veterans, and first responders can get a free membership by applying here: https://thrivemarket.com/thrive-gives
- You can search by dietary restriction, included but not limited to, gluten, dairy, soy, egg, and nut-free.
- Some of my favorites:
- Nature’s Bakery Gluten-Free Fig Bars – Fig or Blueberry flavor
- Schar products such as
- Entertainment Crackers – like Ritz Crackers (contain soy – I can’t eat them but my son can)
- Honey Grahams (Graham Crackers)
- Gluten & Dairy Free bread (some contain soy but not egg)
- Simple Mills products – crackers, baking mixes for pancakes, waffles, cakes, brownies, cupcakes
- Enjoy Life products – cookies, chocolate chips, chocolate bars, baking mixes, breakfast ovals, protein bites
- Namaste – baking mixes for pizza crust, waffles/pancakes, brownies
- Bob’s Red Mill – coconut flour, 1 to 1 flour, arrowroot flour, tapioca flour, egg replacer, gluten-free oats
- Chebe – pizza crust mix, cinnamon roll mix
- Thrive Brand – Thrive has its own brand that has some gluten, dairy, soy, and egg-free items. Be sure to check ingredients before purchasing.
- The Good Crisp Company – They have AMAZING potato chips without soybean oil or avocado oil which is hard to find! My favorite is the Sea Salt and Vinegar chips with their original chips being a great runner up.
- Over the years I’ve gotten a lot of my food staples from Amazon.com, their selection changes and grows all the time
- Currently, I get the following from them:
- Barilla Gluten Free Pasta – Rotini and Elbows (comes in an 8 pack, seems like a lot but if you have the room to store it it’s awesome to have!)
- Cassava Flour
- Simple Mills Products (cookies, crackers, baking mixes, etc.)
- King Arthur Gluten Free Pancake Mix this is my FAVORITE pancake mix. I just set up a subscribe and save for the 6 pack because my gluten-free son and I love these so much!!
- King Arthur Gluten Free Baking
- Organic Vegan Protein Powder
- King Arthur Confetti Cake Mix great for kids birthdays! We use this for all of our kids’ birthdays so we can all share the cake or cupcakes.
- King Arthur Chocolate Cake Mix this is what we tend to have for my birthday 🙂
- These can all be purchased for shipping, without Amazon Fresh Delivery OR you can choose to do that below if you are in an area that they service (I sadly am not).
- Collagen Peptides I put this in my morning coffee and afternoon coffee to add some extra protein to my diet.
- Try Amazon Fresh Delivery
- Within the Amazon Fresh Delivery page you can narrow down options by clicking on “gluten free”
- Right away I see pantry staples such as Simple Mills Almond Flour Crackers, Simple Mills cookies, Mission GF Tortillas, Enjoy Life snacks, and GoGo SqueeZ fruit on the go pouches.
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From what I’ve heard, HyVee, Fresh Thyme, Trader Joe’s, and Whole Foods have a vast selection of gluten, dairy, soy, and egg-free products as well, I just don’t have them near me so don’t shop them.
I’m sure there are a lot more places to buy gluten free foods but here are just a few places I tend to shop. Feel free to add your own below in the comments!!
As a mom of identical twins and a son two years older, I have gained invaluable experience in the realm, and chaos, of parenting. With a Master's Degree and Education Specialist Degree in School Psychology, I spent years as a school psychologist, helping children navigate through their educational and emotional challenges. Now as a stay at home mom and professional blogger, I combine my areas of expertise to help you in your parenting journey.