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Can You Recommend A Gluten Free Cold Cereal

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I have tried eating the gluten free Rice Chex with no luck :(. I used almond milk with it. I even tried eating the cereal dry to see if it was the almond milk - same reaction - upset stomach - diarrhea. Are there any cold cereal gluten free alternatives that are easier to digest?

Thanks!

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Yes i would like to now i tried gluten free corn chex with goat milk and dry hurt for two weeks. I wish i could find something else to eat for breakfest other than chicken,Tried buckwheat and that didn't work either.

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EnviroKids makes a line of cereals. They have something similar to rice krispies, something sort of like kix I think...worth checking out. They have fun animals on the box and are marketed for children but they're still yummy, just expensive.

I think Kix is also newly gluten free, but I don't know how safe they are from CC. Just a rumor I heard.

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I cant tolerate boxed cold cereals so ,,

I make a porridge of rice , I eat it warm or cold

take 1/2 cup white rice (brown rice can be used just increase cooking time to 75 mins)

4 cups of water

cook for about 45 mins

stir in sweetener while still warm

can be served hot or cold , with whatever sweetener and/ or milk you prefer

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I love the corn Chex, Nature's Path Mesa Sunrise, and Nature's Path Organic Whole O's. I don;t have issues with any of them.

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We have multiple avoidances besides gluten and we eat lots of cold cereals. Enjoy Life Crunchy Rice or Crunchy Flax are good. There are a couple Bakery on Main granolas I like, but I like them better dry. I think Arrowhead Mills Maple Buckwheat Flakes are my favorite. I can't remember the brand (might be Barbara's?), but we buy Puffins sometimes and I get Natures Path Mesa Sunrise in big bags. We buy one of the Erewon puffed rice cereals, but I can't remember which kind without the box and we are out of that one right now. We used to buy EnviroKids Koala Crisp, which is like a chocolate rice krispie, but they are too sweet for me and my daughter started getting a stomach ache from them so we quit buying them. Her favorite is Cinnamon Chex right now and doesn't have any problems with them.

If one doesn't work, you just have to move on to another kind and try that. What is tolerated by any one of us might not be tolerated by your system. Good luck in your search!

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thanks so much! :)

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i think the brand is called bakery on main, they come in small packages and are a bit pricey (but what isn't?). it is like a granola cereal. it's sooooo yummie! comes in a few different kinds. nuts, cranberry's, dried fruit. i like to warm it up. sooooooo gooooood!!!! alos, udi's makes a DELISH gluten-free granola!!!!

some people don't do well with them, but i enjoy fruity and cocoa pebbles every once in a while.

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I just picked up a box of Erewhon Organic Rice Twice Cereal from Sprouts yesterday. It was on sale - 2/$7.00. I can't do milk, so I eat it dry at work for breakfast. It was delicious. It is gluten free and Kosher. Excellent taste.

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Are there any gluten-free cold cereals with a lot of fiber? I'm coming from the All Bran 13g of fiber per cup world, and am finding cereal one of the toughest things to replace.

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I went to Whole Foods and bought some Envirokids Cereal Koala Crisp cereal - and I love it! What's nice too - the pieces are small and significantly easier to digest. I also bought a box of a brand called Erewhon strawberry crisp cereal - which I haven't tried yet - but am hoping it's as good as the Evnirokids brand.

Thanks so much for the suggestions! I seem to do better on the Envirokids Cereal than I did on Chex.

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The only cold cereal my wife will eat is Fruity Pebbles. She won't eat the Chex stuff because it is to plain I guess.

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Gorilla Munch is my favorite, and if I'm having a child-at-heart moment, I pick up some Fruity Pebbles. :)

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Are there any gluten-free cold cereals with a lot of fiber? I'm coming from the All Bran 13g of fiber per cup world, and am finding cereal one of the toughest things to replace.

i will add ground flax seed to my cereal!

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