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Is Jimmy Dean Breakfast Bowl gluten-free?

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Yes I know better and should have called first. But....I was hungry and in a rush..... I had bought the Jimmy Dean breakfast bowl (eggs, bacon, and cheese) for a quick and easy breakfast. I have not had a chance to call them yet. I thought Jimmy Dean had good labeling practices and there were no gluten items listed in the label. There was something suspect like dextrose or maladextrin....Anyway I got sick. It's a few days later now and my stomach still feels like it was used for a punching bag. Just wanted to know if the breakfast bowl was the item or if I have to look harder.

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I'm going to resurrect this thread because I'd like to know the answer.

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It's gluten-free, although not the one with pancakes, of course.

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I have been eating Jimmy Deans breakfast bowls and the entrees forever now, and i have never had any reaction at all. It must have been something else you ate.

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Has anyone spoken with the company because I have one in my freezer I was about to eat till I saw MODIFIED FOOD STARCH. Also does anyone know about the Aunt Jemima Breakfast bowls? :huh: This is still all new to me, I hear to look for carmel color also, is that always gluten?

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Caramel color is safe.

If it says modified food starch but doesn't list wheat, it's going to be safe.

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I know this thread is eight years old, but I'm bringing it back because ingredients have (very likely) changed since 2009.

Jimmy Dean breakfast bowls still don't list gluten, wheat, etc.

But they did give my mom and I terrible stomachaches. I know the scientific method calls for repeat experiments but we don't really feel like it.

However, I will say we usually stick to a strict gluten-free diet (only eat if it states gluten-free or if there's no way it contains gluten; fruit, veggies, etc) So it's extremely unlikely it was anything else.

These were just a risk we took because there's so few explicitly gluten-free quick meals- we both work long-hour jobs and have school so quick meals are very helpful.

TL;DR: They are very likely NOT gluten-free. Just because it doesn't say gluten/wheat in the ingredients doesn't mean it's not present. Call me paranoid, but I feel it's a good rule.

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