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Listing Of gluten-free Foods That Taste Like The Real Thing...

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Some of our specialty food staples are:

K-Too's (oreos) by Kinnikinnick

Bell & Evans chicken nuggets/strips

Erwehorn (sp?) Twice Rice cereal

"Ritz"-looking crackers by Glutino

bagels by Kinnikinnick--I've never tried them, but my son likes them.

Ener-G wheat free crackers

Tinkyada or Bi-aglut pasta

Kinnikinnick pizza crusts

Kettle chips

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Guest j_mommy

Mrs. Leepers spegetti

Mrs. Ferdons Pumpkin bars

Whole Foods Bakehouse carrot cake!

Glutino pretzels

Nut thin crackers...ranch

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Bell & Evans Chicken Nuggets

Joan's gluten-free Great Bakes Bagels (and english muffins, but I was always more of a bagel person)

Grainless Baker Mock Rye Bread

Grainless Baker Graham Crackers

Namaste Chocolate Cake Mix

Anna's Pumpkin & Banana Bread Mixes

Authentic Foods Pancake Mix

Ian's French Toast Sticks

Bi-Aglut Pasta

San-J Soy Sauce

Glutino "Ritz" like crackers

Shabtai Gourmet Rainbow Cookies & Lace Cookies

Celiac Specialties Doughnuts

Glutino Pretzels

Authentic Foods Rice Flour - to blend for flour mixtures

Kinnikinnick frozen waffles

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Gluten Free Pantry Pancake Mix (with fresh blueberries--heaven :D )

Glutino Crackers

Grandma Ferndon's Hamburger Buns (pricey shipping--but the best I've ever had)

Whole Foods Gluten Free Bakehouse Pecan Pie

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Namaste Spice Cake with Carrot Cake variation (made into cupcakes with shredded carrots and golden raisins!!! SO GOOD)

These are by far my favorite gluten free substitute!

Kassandra

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Pamela's baking mix! We have made cookies, pancakes, waffles and batter/breading and all have been WONDERFUL!!!!

365 bread mix

365 cookie mix

gluten-free pantry bread mix

gluten-free brownies-Better than ANY brownie mix out there!

Perky O's

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Gluten free pantry's brownie mix with or without nuts

Gluten Free Pantry's favorite sandwich bread mix

Glutino pretzels

ThinkThin Chunky Peanut Butter bars (better than a candy bar!)

Lara Bars - all flavors

Bakery on Main granolas- so worth the price tag!

glutino granola bars

Envirokidz animal cookies

Envirokidz Panda Puffs cereal

Kinnikinnick cheese tapioca rice bread (lightly toasted)

Kinnikinnick k-toos vanilla or chocolate

Kinnikinnick bagels

Kinnikinnick chocolate glazed donuts

Can you tell I really like Kinnikinnick???

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Joan's bagels/english muffins - NOTHING else compares! Yes they are expensive with shipping, but so worth it!

Ttrader Joe's frozen gluten-free pancakes

Envirokidz animal crackers (more like cookies)

Bell and Evans chicken nuggets/tenders - better than the glutenous ones!

Enfvirokidz peanut butter cereal bars

Rice Works chips

Pamela's pancake and baking mix - don't particularly care for the pancakes (too flat), but LOVE using this mix to bake!

Gluten Free Natutrals (GFN) pancake mix and their pizza crust mix

Celiac specialties doughnut holes (just like dunkin donuts!).

Tinkyada lasagna noodles - can't tell a difference

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Tinkyadda pasta

Enjoy Life Snickerdoodles (probably my favorite gluten-free snack so far!)

Nut Thins - Almond crackers

Gluten-free pantry brownies - only $3 a box at Super Walmart!!! I was very impressed!

I enjoyed the Whole Foods bakery carrot cake, too.

I'm still really new at this, so I love all the suggestions!! Thanks!

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Arrowhead Mills Gluten Free Brownies are by far my favorite so far. Superb flavor,very moist. I baked these at a high altitude, and also at low altitude, and they were perfect each time. I used an 8 x8 pan....these were cake like, which I prefer. Their chocolate chip cookies were a disaster....more like peanut brittle spread all over the place. I honestly wanted to contact this company and ask for a refund.

I'm also fairly new at this and have a stash of different brands to try. Pamela's Brownies were a disaster...I misread the directions and will try them again.

Glutino honey nut and apple cinnamon cereal shaped like cheerios were superb. Their crackers that look like Ritz crackers also look good....I bought some, but haven't tried them yet.

Redbridge beer with a lime in it.....great, especially with corn tacos. ! Their website is a bit wacky. Not up to date. I'm presently in Cottonwood, AZ (I travel) and found it at Walmart. Their website said the nearest supply was Phoenix or Flagstaff. Not true.

Kinni-Kwik Bread and Bun mix was a disaster. There is no yeast in the mix, and my loaf of bread was 3" high. I will try it again, because there is some mix left over. Next time I will use warm Vance's Dari Free, and yeast and try it in the bread machine.

For those with casein/lactose problem such as me...I've been using Fleishman's Unsalted margarine for years....not always available. For some reason, certain supermarkets carry the regular Fleishman's, but not the unsalted. Never could understand that. I'm sure the store manager could order it. Smart Balance or Benecol ...the kind used for cooking and baking...will work also.

Living with my food issues is becoming easier every day. I'm still trying to perfect bread and hamburger buns "from scratch". I have found 4" Wilton miniature spring form pans at Michael's Craft Store, and they are perfect for making buns.

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Wow I wish I lived in the United States, Here in Canada we have some of the yummy things your describing but not nearly as much. My boyfriend is in Washington DC for Law School and everytime I fly down I stock up...

Lucky American's :P

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Tinkyada pasta hands down!

Glutino pretzels also get my vote. Even my non-gluten-free friends chow on em if I share.

Also, for those of you who aren't dairy free, if you miss a Stouffer's style frozen mac-n-cheese, Amys makes a great one!

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Some recent favorites:

  • EnviroKidz cereals (all of them, except for peanut butter, which I don't know about since I'm allergic to peanuts)
  • Mrs. Leeper's pasta
  • Gluten-Free Pantry Sandwich Bread Mix
  • Glutino Duo Mushroom Penne (frozen)
  • Trader Joe's gluten-free ginger snaps

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