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Does anyone know if Betty Crocker or Duncan Hines frosting in a can are gluten free?

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Not scientific but, I used the Duncan Hines on a Pamela's chocolate cake yesterday, and had a reaction. The can ingredients looked okay but, not for me I guess!

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We use Pillsbury frosting - most of them are gluten-free. I wrote to Duncan Hines a few years ago asking about their frostings and got a "we could care less" reply, so I don't even look at their products. I think some of the Betty Crocker frostings are gluten-free, but just read the label. With the new truth in labeling it's much easier to tell if they are gluten free.

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We use a couple of the Pillsbury. Daughter likes the kind with the sprinkles.

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I went shopping for icing today at Albertsons. The store brand contains wheat, but hte Duncan HInes and Pillsbury vanilla did not contain gluten ingredients. We're making cupcakes!

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I have used Betty Crocker with no problems. Most of the generic ones have wheat in them and so do some of the name brands. I would just make sure to double check the ingredients closely.

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