Find the best gluten free foods in the shops with our edit, from the best gluten free bread we could find to fuss-free options like readymade courgetti and high quality gluten free sausages
Find the best gluten free foods in the shops with our edit, from the best gluten free bread we could find to fuss-free options like readymade courgetti and high quality gluten free sausages.
Shopping for gluten free foods doesn’t have to be hard as there are so many new products hitting the shelves. These days, gluten free products are clearly labelled and you can find them across the supermarket, not just in a section earmarked for special diets. If you’re on a gluten free diet, whether you suffer from coeliac disease or find you feel better when you avoid gluten, there are more and more options for you to buy.
But some gluten free products are better than others so to help you find the best, we’ve picked some of our favourites for our gluten free foods edit, all of which you can find easily on the high street or online.
Gluten must be avoided by sufferers of coeliac disease, which is estimated to affect 1 per cent of the population, but many others are now following a gluten free diet, finding that they feel better that way, less bloated and without the so-called wheat belly’. Whatever your reason, a gluten free diet can take a bit of getting used to as foods like bread and pasta are a staple for many. The products in our gluten free foods round-up will help you make that change, but also give you great options that you can come back to again and again as you settle into a gluten free lifestyle.
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First up, it’s Warburton’s Newburn Bakehouse gluten free soughdough, which feels like an artisan loaf and shows how far gluten free bread has come.
Available from Sainsbury’s, £3.50 for a loaf.
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Toast one of these English muffins, from Genius, and top with mashed avocado and a poached egg.
Available from Sainsbury's and Morrisons, £2.29 for a pack of 4
Put that spiralizer away and pick up readymade courgette spaghetti, or 'courgetti' from Tesco, which you can use to replace pasta - and eat fewer carbs and more veg in the process! Find it in the fruit and veg aisle.
Available from Tesco, £1 for 250g
Cauliflower couscous, sometimes called cauliflower rice, is made buy whizzing raw caulflower in a food prcessor to create 'couscous', which you can use instead of rice or couscous in a meal. Now you don't need to faff anymore, as Tesco has launched a pre-packed version that tastes just as good.
Available from Tesco, £1 for 330g
Make gluten free baking easy with Phil Vickery’s range of gluten free and dairy free cake mixes. We love the Very Lemony Cupcake Mix.
Available from qvcuk.co.uk, £16.58 for a set of 3
Mrs Crimble’s Cereal Bars are a fantastic sweet fix and under 150 cals. Try the sultana and aprocot flavour or banana flavour.
Available from most supermarkets, 89p each
A midweek marvel, these gluten free sauces are the ones to stock up on. These free-from besciamella sauce for lasagne and Bolognese pasta sauce from Sacla are real treat, but fine on a gluten free diet.
Available from Sainsbury's, £2.29
Choose from one of six quiches including crustless garden vegetable or quiche Lorraine. Delicious!
Available from Sainsbury's, from £2 for 150g
Spoilt Pig's pork and herb sausages are one of our favourite gluten free sausages, packed with herby flavour.
Available from Morrisons, Nisa, Ocado and Tesco, £2.99 for 360g
Seriously high quality meat, plus Debbie & Andrew's caramelised red onion and pork sausage are gluten free, wheat free and dairy free too. Everyone can enjoy them.
Available from major supermarkets, £3 for 400g
Try this new take on a pork sausage, a pulled pork sausage from Black Farmer. Interesting flavours, plus no hidden gluten.
Available from Sainsbury's, £3 for 400g
Young’s gluten free fish fingers are a freezer essential made from 100 per cent fish fillets.
Available from Asda, £2.18 for 300g pack
Three cheers for gluten free beers! Head to M&S and pick up their gluten free German pilsner or gluten free golden ale.
Available from M&S, £2 for 330ml