12 NEW Gluten-Free Finds - Celiac Disease Awareness Month - Food Allergy Awareness Month

In honor of Food Allergy Awareness Month and Celiac Disease Awareness Month, I wanted to share with you some new gluten-free and allergen-free snacks and foods that you'll want to stock your pantry with STAT.

1. Ancient Harvest 

Ancient Harvest launched a new gluten-free veggie pasta that's a blend of green lentils, kale, spinach, and cauliflower bound together with natural tapioca starch. It's available as a rotini, penne, and spaghetti.

2. Creation Nation

You might have seen this woman-owned brand on Shark Tank this month! And if you did, you'll know that Creation Nation no-bake mixes for making protein bars and balls are gluten-free, soy-free, and vegan. If you don't know, here's how it works: add water, plus your favorite nut butter and syrup. This allows you to control the sugar and customize the mix to your liking. Mix, roll, and have a ball!

3. GoGo squeez Pudding Cups

Get ready for the first plant-based pudding in a pouch: GoGo squeez AlmondBlend Pudding! This pudding provides 5 grams of protein per serving and 30 percent less sugar compared to traditional dairy pudding. It doesn't need refrigeration, and you don't need a spoon to enjoy the chocolate, banana, cocoa-hazelnut, and vanilla flavors. These are also gluten-free! Perfect snack to pack in a kid's lunchbox once we get into the new school year!

4. Made Good

Made Good's new chocolate drizzled granola bars feature three sweet flavors: Birthday Cake, Vanilla, and Cookie Crumble. Perfect for snacking at home or on the go, each bar is gluten-free, dairy-free, and organic with nutrients from six different fruits and vegetables, including spinach, broccoli, carrots, tomatoes, beets, and mushrooms! These are delicious.

5. Dino Bars

These all-natural fruit bars for kids remind me of the fruit leather I used to eat as a kid. Except what I ate as a kid probably wasn't non-GMO, certified USDA organic, or free from nuts, soy, gluten, and dairy. That's what you get from Dino Bars! The Strawberry, Blueberry, and Mango flavors contain just 10 healthy, all-natural ingredients. And the paper wrapped around the bar? It's edible!

6. Chickapea Pasta

Pasta made from chickpeas is nothing new, but the brand Chickapea is new to the market. And they're the only pastas made from organic chickpeas and lentils. These pastas are high in fiber, low in fat, and gluten-free! Plus, they're vegan, which means non-dairy folks like me can also enjoy them. Dairy-free mac and cheese for the win!

7. Little GF Chefs

Now kids with food allergies can also have fun baking in the kitchen with subscription kits made just for them. All Little GF Chefs kits come pre-packaged with safe ingredients and easy-to-follow recipe cards. You can make confetti cake pops (check out my video here), cookie dough hearts, "Pop Tarts", pizza, and pretzel bites. And during Celiac Disease Awareness Month, the company is donating 10 percent of May sales to the National Celiac Association.

8. Eat G.A.N.G.S.T.E.R.

These cookie and cake mixes are made without grains, eggs, dairy, and nuts. Eat G.A.N.G.S.T.E.R. believes in the mission so much, it's what their name stands for: Grain-free, Additive-free, Nightshade-free, Gluten-free, Soy- and Legume-free, Tree-nut- and seed-free, Egg- and dairy-free, and Refined sugar-free.

9. Kubeba Life

This woman-owned business's allergy-friendly protein bars are packed with five grams of fiber and 12-13 grams of plant-based protein. Kubeba Life bars come in Cinnamon Fig, Salted Fudge, and Blueberry Ginger flavors.

10. All Clean Food

Now you can feel good about serving a boxed pasta meal thanks to All Clean Food's organic mixes that are free from the top 14 allergens. You can have dinner - including Taco Pasta, Creamy Garlic Pasta, Savory Italian Pasta, and Porcini Mushroom Pasta - ready in 12 minutes!

11. Without a Trace

If you need a snack but need it to be free of the top eight allergens, you need Without a Trace. Developed by a mom whose children have food allergies, these plant-based, gluten-free granola bars, power bites, and cookies will satisfy the whole family.

12. Edward & Sons

This 43-year-old company just released vegan and gluten-free Sweet Potato Flour and Cassava Flour to offer an alternative to traditional grain flour. Edward & Sons' Sweet Potato Flour works well in cookies, cakes, muffins, and breads, and makes a great thickener for gravies, soups, and sauces. The Cassava Flour is a 1-to-1 ratio when substituted for traditional flour and can also be used for baking or as a thickener.


  1. I am vegan AND stick to a gluten free diet. Loved this issue of your blog. Some great suggestions.


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