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If you’re looking for good tasting gluten free treats to stuff in a stocking for a gluten free eater, here are a few suggestions for you. I have tried them all, and they do taste good.
Naturally, oats do not contain gluten but can be contaminated by contact with other gluten containing grains. Nairn’s gluten free oats are carefully farmed to ensure there is no contamination throughout growing and milling. The farmers personally walk the fields to remove any grains which may cause cross contamination, ensure the combine is cleaned down after each harvest and test every truck of raw oats which enters and leaves the mill.
All of Nairn’s gluten free products are baked in a dedicated gluten free bakery and tested to standards approved by Coeliac UK. They all carry the crossed grain logo so you can be sure that they are safe to eat. So, make sure you only choose oats which are clearly labelled as gluten free.
What it is: Engage Organics is putting the flavor back into salt-free cooking. The company bottles 11 seasoning blends that that are not only sodium-free, but also organic, gluten-free, sugar-free, and non-GMO.
What it does: These seasoning blends take the salt of cooking, but still leave the flavor we’re used to and without all the bad stuff.
What it costs: $7.49 per bottle that range from BBQ rubs to Garlicsaltless®, as well as the Tuscany Mix, Mexi-Mix, Lemon Pepper, It’s-a-Dilly®, and Sweet Cinn®
Where to find it: http://www.engageorganics.com/
The famous Walker’s Shortbread, now gluten free! I am in love with these shortbread cookies. They taste just as good as I remember the regular shortbread tasting, and that was pretty darn good! This new gluten free line comes in Plain, Ginger Lemon, Chocolate Chip, and in a variety pack. $4.99 for a 4.9 oz box. Order here.