The best gluten free items at Trader Joe’s

Trader Joes is one of the best food places to shop. They offer a variety of different items which suit many different food allergies and lifestyles.

I started shopping at Trader Joes a few years ago and quickly fell in love with their unique products, tasty treats and of course, their wallet friendly prices!

If you’re looking to spice up your Thanksgiving table with delicious cookies or meats then take a trip to Trader Joes! You won’t be disappointed with any of their honey hams, cranberry sauces, cookie mixes, or huge selections of chocolates.

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Gluten-free peppermint Oreos

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These oreos are the perfect alternative to non gluten-free friendly oreos, with the best part being that they are filled with little pieces of peppermint! Don’t miss out on these delicious and highly recommended seasonal treats that taste just like real oreos, only BETTER!

Bake them in chocolate chip cookies, top your pies and cakes, or simply dunk a few in a glass of milk. 🙂

Gluten-free cauliflower gnocchi

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I am not a huge fan of gnocchi because I’ve never found a gluten-free brand that makes it well, until I found this at Trader Joes.

For months I’ve been hearing about how delicious their cauliflower pizza crust is and I finally tried it a few weeks ago and it was amazing! So imagine my happiness when people recommended the cauliflower gnocchi to me. I quickly ran to the store, picked up a bag and came home to eat.

This pasta is so yummy topped with sauce or your favorite cheese. It’s soft , calorie friendly, and is easy to prepare for your weekly dinners. No mess and no fuss.

Gluten-free double chocolate chip cookies

What’s Good at Trader Joes

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I have a huge sweet tooth so at least once a day I’m snacking on something sweet, and most times it’s these cookies.

Trader Joes offers a large variety of gluten-free cookies- chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin, double chocolate, and each one is simply spectacular. Soft gooey middles with a little crunch on the outside leaving you with a huge chocolate smile on your face.

Dunk in milk or do what I do and eat them straight out of the package.

Gluten-free bagels

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I don’t eat bagels often but when I do I ALWAYS reach for the Trader Joes everything or cinnamon raisin ones. They toast perfectly and do not make your stomach feel overly full and bloated. They come in a large variety of options ranging from everything to plain so your wants will definitely be met.

Gluten-free pumpkin pancakes

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{Gluten-free}

I am a huge lover of pumpkin so it’s not a surprise that I picked up this mix.

WOW! These pancakes are superb by themselves but when you add chocolate chips to the mix it takes them to a whole other level.

They are light, fluffy, and are the perfect breakfast to have on a cold fall or winter morning. You are going to quickly fall in-love with these because they are just that good!

Gluten-free cornbread mix

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{Gluten-free}

From the start I’ve always loved cornbread. Something about it always makes me reach for it whenever I’m at a bakery.

Over the years I’ve tried to come up a recipe that compares to the Trader Joes version and nothing beats it. It’s that good!

This bread is light, fluffy, and it the #1 dish for your Thanksgiving table. Guest will be reaching for seconds and thirds so you best make 2 batches.


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2 Comments

    1. What great, TraderJoes, gluten free products!!

      I’ll certainly be looking for some on my next trip to Trader Joe’s.

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