New Gluten-free Products

Over the past week I have discovered some new gluten-free products.  I am always excited to try something new & love to share my finds with you guys. 

Kinnikinnick has a new product on the market – Gluten-free Panko Style Bread Crumbs!  How exciting!  I have seen so many recipes that use Panko style bread crumbs & now they will be so much easier to follow now.  🙂  Another new product that I saw on their site – Jumbo Muffins!  Kinnikinnick always has a $10 flat rate shipping on their site, so stock up!  I may be ordering these bread crumbs & some of the Kinni-TOOS and Multi-Wonder Bread that I love so much.  They also have Fruit Cake available for the holiday season.  🙂

Amy’s Kitchen has 2 new gluten-free products available – Gluten-free Non-Dairy Chocolate Cake & Gluten-free Non-Dairy Rice Mac & Cheeze.  Amy’s is a great company & has a number of options available for those of us who have to eat gluten-free. 

And last, but certainly not least, GFL Foods, Inc has gluten-free pitas!  Yes, pitas!  I will have a review up of them later today or tomorrow.  We are having them for dinner tonight with BBQ Pulled Pork. 

Hope you are all having a great weekend!  It is very, very chilly here.  No snow, yet, but I think that winter is finally here. 


8 Responses

  1. I am so glad you got the Pitas! I can’t wait to read what you think about them! BBQ Pulled Pork…sounds scrumptious!

    Heidi 🙂

  2. Did you get the pitas locally or order them? Please tell me you bought them in a store in Ohio. 🙂


  3. Thanks for all the great new food finds. I am most excited about the Gluten Free Panko. I will need to get some ASAP because I have some great recipes I put away because I could not find a substitute.

  4. I just found your blog. I’m toying with the idea of having my 12-yr old son go gluten-free for a while, to see if it helps his ADHD. My sister-in-law has been gluten free for a couple of months and her arthritis has improved immensely. She doesn’t normally cook for a family, so it’s easier. I have my husband and my mother at home, and my son is really picky, especially with textures (a little Asperger’s there, also).

    How difficult is it to make the switch? Gluten free products seem so expensive. How do you control the costs? And what do you send with your son to school?

    Thanks for any help.


    • Hi Malena,

      It is a little difficult at first, I am not going to lie. However, there are so many great products on the market now. The easiest way to start is to go to naturally gluten-free foods – rice, meats (unprocessed or marinated – you can season with your own gluten-free seasonings/sauces), fruits, veggies, potatoes. For replacements it is going to get a little $$. If you are concerned about the cost, what about just having your son on the diet? You just have to make sure to keep his food from getting contaminated. Our house is not 100% GF – DH & my DD eat gluten. For bread ideas, see this post:

      For waffles: Van’s makes a good GF one. You can also use Pamela’s Baking & Pancake mix to make your own. You can also use this mix to bake with.

      For pasta: Trader Joe’s has a good GF brown rice pasta. Also, Tinkyada can be found in most grocery stores.

      I have a lot of links on the right hand side of my blog that you might find useful.

      Good luck & don’t hesitate to email me with questions.


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