Gluten Free Foods List

Food List For A Gluten Free Living

When you embark on gluten free living; remember sometimes there will be no identical substitute for some of the ingredients when preparing your family favourite recipes.

Here is our Gluten free foods list to help you stock-up on some of the best gluten free alternatives.

Skin Health Hub Food Allergies Gluten Free Foods ListSteel Cut Oats – steel cut oats are an alternative breakfast grain plus you can also ground it into a flour and use for making many different types of breads.

Xanthan Gum – is a thickening and stabilizing agent used in baked goods.

Corn Meal – can be substituted in a variety of recipes including corn bread. Make sure you buy corn meal not “mix” as the mix may have flour in it.

Brown Rice Flour – You can buy already prepared brown rice flour or make your own by putting 1 cup of brown rice into a high speed blender or flour grinder and grinding until fine.

Raw Nuts – You can make nut flours from almost all raw nuts, think almonds into almond flour. Make sure you buy unsalted raw nuts though as a general guide, the harder the nut the better flour it will make when blended in a high speed blender.

Cocoa Powder – 100 percent cocoa powder is best and will your dish a richer color and flavor when you use it.

Coconut Flour – You can make your own using leftover pulp extracting coconut milk from the raw coconut or blend dried coconut flakes in your blender.

Baking Powder – You can purchase aluminum free baking powder at the grocery or online.

Baking Soda – Any baking soda is gluten free.

Chia Seeds – These are great blended into flour and used as a binding agent in baked goods.

Flax Seeds – can be purchased as flour or as whole flax seeds so you can grind it as you need it.

Expandex Modified Tapioca Starch – This is the best tapioca starch that you can use in your baking. It can also be used as a thickener without adding heat.

Dried Chickpeas – chickpea flour is easy to make with dried chickpeas and a high speed blender. Wash the chickpeas first, and then dry them in the oven for a couple of hours on 200 degrees.

Looking for replacements for gluten filled ingredients is much easier today especially now that entire aisles of the grocery store are devoted to gluten free cooking and baking. You may find that you like the texture and flavour of the new versions even more than before.

If you would like to learn more grab a copy of our eBook “Gluten Free Living – It’s Healthier and Easier Than You Think”.

In it you will find lots of helpful information and tips to make your transition to gluten free living as easy as possible. Included in the eBook is a collection of 10 of the best gluten-free baking recipes to get you in the cooking mode. If you are interested in making positive changes for yourself and for your family, discover how a lifestyle that is gluten free is healthy & easier than you think.

 

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