Creating a Gluten-Free Pantry

Cooking requires preparation, and having a stocked pantry is your ticket to success!  Over the years, I have experimented with many gluten-free products and have chosen brands that produce the best results in my recipes.

ALWAYS CHECK THE LABEL before you purchase any products, as they may contain hidden gluten.  If the label does not indicate that it is gluten-free, call the 800 number on their packaging or check the company’s website for a full list of ingredients.  Be aware that products change over time.  A product that you’ve used in the past may not be gluten-free in the future.  Manufacturers change their formulas without warning.

If you’re purchasing oatmeal, it must be labeled “Gluten-Free” to ensure there was no cross-contamination during processing.

Please consult the Celiac Disease Foundation’s website for a full list of ingredient listings on product labels that you should avoid.

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1. Gluten-Free Flours:

2. Grains & Pastas

3. Baking

4. Shortening and Oils

  • Olive Oil
  • Sunflower Oil
  • Toasted Sesame Oil
  • Crisco Vegetable Shortening and Buttered-Flavored Vegetable Shortening –

5. Non-Dairy Milk:

6. Broths:

7. Canned Vegetables:

  • Hunt’s Whole and Diced Tomatoes –
  • Tomato Paste
  • Bush’s Navy, Pinto and Black Beans –
  • Potatoes, Onions – Make sure to store separately
  • Dried Spices, Sea Salt, Whole Peppercorns

8. Condiments:

Jams and Jellies

  • Natural Jiff Crunchy Peanut Butter –
  • Almond Butter

9. Snacks and Cookies

10. Baking Supplies: