This is a list of 16 of my favorite gluten free foods from my trip to the the San Diego Nourished Festival, plus an awesome gluten free app that helps you find gluten places to eat when you are on the go. I've included links to their websites, so that if you have additional food sensitivities, you can check out their ingredients.
Find Me Gluten Free App- www.findmeglutenfree.com
Enjoy Life- Most people with food sensitivities are familiar with Enjoy Life Foods. They set up this fun "play ground" where you follow a path to gluten free treats. My favorite, of course, is their chocolate chips. www.enjoylifefoods.com
Lilac Patisserie- This bakery had the best gluten free bread I've ever tasted. The texture was moist. They are local to California, but they ship their bread anywhere in the US. Www.lilacpatisserie.com.
Rickaroons- Coconut energy bar that takes like dessert! These are amazing! Organic, certified gluten free, certified non-GMO, vegan and paleo. www.rickaroons.com
Little Northern Bakery- More delicious gluten free bread. littlenorthernbakehouse.com
Cook's Sourdough bread- It is a yummy gluten, soy and nut free, non-GMO and vegan. Check it out at Www.cooksglutenfreesourdough.com
RW Garcia- For yummy, wholesome, non- GMO, gluten free chips and crackers, try these. rwgarcia.com
Jovial Foods- Love cooking Italian? Jovial foods has everything you need, GF flour, pasta, tomato paste. The list goes on. Check them out at www.jovialfoods.com
Gem City Fine Foods- I sampled their amazing pomegranate cheese cake. They are certified gluten and nut free. Available at www.gemcityfoods.com and Amazon.com.
Kabayashi Gluten Free Ramen Rice Noodle- No MSG, vegetarian, egg free, peanut free, some flavors contain dairy. Www.kobayashiseimen.jp/english.
Farmwise Foods-I had my first onion ring in about 15 years and it was delicious! The coating was made with cauliflower. Farmwise Foods has Veggie fries, veggie tots and veggie rings. www.farmwisefoods.com
Gomacro- Organic, vegan, gluten free, nut free, kosher, non-GMO, certified RAW, certified CLEAN. Their tag line says, if there was a certified delicious, they'd gave that too, and I agree.
Amy's Chocolates- They are a perfect balance between taste and nutrition. They are non-GMO, organic, gluten, dairy, soy and nut free with no wax or fillers. They purely decadent and delicious. amyschocolate.net
Hearthy Foods- This company has every type of gluten free flour you can imagine, plus lots of other yummy treats. Check them out at hearthyfoods.com
Ocho- These are yummy organic, gluten free, dairy free, non-GMO chocolates. www.ochocandy.com
Hopkins AG Almond butter- This wasn't at the expo, but I stumbled upon it at a farmer's market. It was the best Mexican Chocolate Almond butter. You can check it out at www.hopkinsag.com
Miyoko's Cultured Vegan Butter- This is another product that wasn't at the festival, but I stumbled upon it along the way. It is an amazing butter substitute for those who have to eat dairy free. It is made with cashews, but melts like butter and tastes like butter. It is also USDA organic. www.miyokos.com
That's it for now. If you try any of the above, let me know what you think. I'll be sharing more in my newsletter, and I'm hoping to have a guest blogger tell her amazing story in a future blog.
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