NEW Gluten-Free Products You Need for Celiac Disease Awareness Month (Some are Dairy-free, too!)

In honor of May's Celiac Disease Awareness Month and the upcoming online Nourished Festival (May 14-15), I've compiled a list of some new gluten-free products (and some are dairy-free or lactose-free) that you need to know about (and eat)! I hope you add some of these to your next gluten-free shopping list.

Hickory Smoked Uncured Bacon Pork Mini Sticks

Vermont Smoke & Cure's new Hickory Smoked Uncured Bacon Pork Mini Sticks launched at Expo West earlier this year. Delivering three things you love - protein, bacon, and maple syrup - these sticks are offered in a .5-ounce go-pack format for easy snacking on the go. These sticks are also antibiotic-free, added nitrate-free, uncured, allergy-friendly, and gluten-free. You can find these gluten-free products online or check the store locator to buy them near you!

The Good Flour Co.

When chef Jen Peters discovered she was gluten-intolerant, she created her own gluten-free all-purpose flour blend that allowed her to enjoy baking again. From there, Peters expanded her company, which now makes a variety of gluten-free mixes and blends, such as Artisan Fish Batter Mix, Artisan Pancake & Waffle Mix, and Artisan Pizza & Pasta Flour. This gluten-free product line has everything you could possibly want!


This bean-to-bar subscription box is perfect for the gluten-free AND dairy-free chocolate lover in your life. Each box features high-quality American chocolate using only cacao beans, sugar, and cocoa butter. This woman-owned and minority diversity-owned business makes sure the products it features are vegan, non-GMO, fair trade, and ethically sourced.

Rule Breaker Snacks Strawberry Shortcake Bites

Rule Breaker Snacks is one of those well-known gluten-free brands. I first discovered them at an in-person Gluten-Free Expo many years ago. Now they've released a limited-edition Strawberry Shortcake flavor that features white chocolate chips, a soft-baked texture, and a sweet strawberry flavor. The bites make a great dessert or on-the-go snack. And with chickpeas as the first ingredient, these are also vegan, gluten-free, nut-free, allergy-friendly, non-GMO, and guilt-free.

Pamela's Whenever Bars

These on-the-go bars from Pamela's are easily one of the best gluten-free products of the year. They make a great quick breakfast or snack. The soft, chewy bars come in four flavors: Chocolate Chip Coconut, Raisin Walnut Spice, Blueberry Lemon, and Cranberry Almond. They are gluten-free, corn syrup-free, and use non-GMO ingredients.

Baketivity Gluten-Free Baking Kit

Even if you're gluten-free, you can bake with one of Baketivity's at-home baking kits. The company recently introduced a Gluten-Free Chocolate Chunk Cookies Baking Kit that provides exact measurements of all the ingredients needed in addition to kid-friendly activities. I love how this company has added more gluten-free foods to its lineup of baking kits. (I reviewed the gluten-free granola bars kit back in 2020.)


Sweetkiwi takes the nutritional power of yogurt and turns it into a delicious, healthy, and functional frozen dessert. The frozen whipped greek yogurts are packed with 20 grams of protein, contain pre- and probiotics, are low in calories, are non-GMO and kosher. The company also makes granola!


Mekhala, an organic, vegan food brand, just launched a line of plant-based starter packs. These meat-free, high-protein meals are designed to make it easy for anyone to enjoy a plant-based meal anytime. Rehydrate the Textured Pea Protein Meatless Mince, add in your choice of vegetables, and stir in the pack's Mekhala Organic Asian Sauce. These are available in three flavors: Japanese Teriyaki, Sichuan Kung Pao, and Thai Tamraind. Much like all other Mekhala products, these are organic, all-natural, gluten-free, nut-free, and vegan-friendly.

I hope this new gluten-free products list was helpful, whether you've recently been diagnosed with Celiac Disease or are already eating gluten-free and just want to know what's out there that's safe for you to eat! Tell me in the comments which is your favorite from this gluten-free food list!