100 Random Gluten Free Foods

November 24, 2009 at 10:21 am 15 comments

  1. chex cereal
  2. corn tortillas
  3. apples
  4. chicken
  5. rice
  6. coffee (is that food?)
  7. chocolate (okay that’s better)
  8. rice cakes
  9. peanut butter
  10. milk
  11. cheese
  12. steak
  13. potatoes
  14. green beans
  15. salad
  16. eggs (hard boiled, scrambled, omelets, green, “on a train”)
  17. sunflower seeds (careful of seasonings)
  18. hot dogs (read label)
  19. salsa
  20. corn chips
  21. fruit snacks
  22. nuts (but not all trail mixes)
  23. ham
  24. red hots 😉
  25. apple sauce
  26. yogurt
  27. soup (some Progresso brand or homemade)
  28. beef
  29. Frito’s
  30. cucumbers
  31. jasmine rice
  32. fish
  33. sushi (most- but beware of soy sauce)
  34. cheese sticks (definitely a different food group than plain cheese)
  35. spaghetti sauce (read label, try Classico Brand)
  36. ice cream
  37. M&M’s
  38. pears
  39. bananas
  40. humus
  41. black beans
  42. pinto beans
  43. refried beans
  44. carrots
  45. corn
  46. lettuce
  47. cabbage
  48. salad dressing (NOT asian dressings, most have soy sauce)
  49. tapioca
  50. jello
  51. bacon
  52. potatoes
  53. turkey
  54. rice noodles
  55. mushrooms
  56. sprouts
  57. zucchini
  58. Reese’s (I had to counter all those veggies)
  59. pudding
  60. peaches
  61. melons (and I don’t mean the Hooter’s kind)
  62. grits
  63. onions
  64. eggplant
  65. french fries (if they are fried in a dedicated vat- and no it’s not the same as potatoes!)
  66. non wheat flour alternatives – sorghum, rice, tapioca, corn starch, buckwheat (technically a cousin to the rhubarb family), potato starch.
  67. raisins
  68. popcorn
  69. pepperoni
  70. carrots
  71. snickers
  72. pop (D.P, Coke, Pepsi translation for you non Northerners)
  73. fudge (some)
  74. gravy (if made with corn starch and drippings)
  75. Ahhh I’m stuck…  oh how about berries
  76. shrimp
  77. lobster
  78. tartar sauce (I don’t know about all but I think so)
  79. cereal that is simply the puffed grain ie. puffed rice (check label, kamut and durum are WHEAT)
  80. some brands of rice cracker
  81. larabars
  82. nachos (okay people I’m running low on ideas)
  83. peaches
  84. tomatoes
  85. garlic
  86. chocolate chips (did I already say that?)
  87. fruit smoothie drink (be careful with protein powders)
  88. hamburger patty’s
  89. ketchup
  90. mayo
  91. salt and pepper
  92. crisco, butter
  93. creme cheese
  94. peas
  95. chick peas
  96. yams
  97. dried fruit (ha ha, not really another food but hey)
  98. alfredo sauce by classico (many have wheat as a thickener so beware)
  99. craisins
  100. pistachios

So call me obnoxious 🙂  It took two days to come up with this list and I’m sure I’m missing key items.  Do you have any to add?  Maybe we’ll make a secone 100 list!

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  • 1. Henny  |  November 24, 2009 at 6:09 pm

    love it!

    now if you get really bored you could come up with 100 things that are soy, gluten, corn and dairy free!

    • 2. Jess @ Blog Schmog  |  November 24, 2009 at 6:20 pm

      Yeah really 🙂 I need that for Bubba, poor guy eats the same thing over and over.

  • 3. Aric Hartley  |  November 24, 2009 at 8:42 pm

    Wow – It makes me think you had way too much time in bed on your birthday to think up all those!
    And I think Bubba does just fine on the same thing – he looks quite ‘healthy’ to me!!

  • 4. Kathryn  |  November 25, 2009 at 10:03 am

    Ok, gluten free, but some of these things have other stuff you’d never want!

    I thought Reece’s PB cups were not safe for GF?

    • 5. Jess @ Blog Schmog  |  November 25, 2009 at 12:07 pm

      True Kathryn, this is not a “healthy” list 🙂 Oh well, what can I do.

      I had not heard about Reeses, I’ll look it up and get back to you.

  • 6. sylvia  |  December 5, 2009 at 6:16 pm

    hamburgers and hot dogs many have gluten, sausages,
    and cold meats as well double check your sources.

    • 7. Jess @ Blog Schmog  |  December 7, 2009 at 9:44 am

      Ah yes, thank you. Hot dogs are terrible, no telling what’s in them. I usu Hebrew National or chicken dogs usually. With the hamburgers I use Costco patties or make them myself. We raise pigs and purchase half a beef from our neighbor so I was thinking from THE source 🙂

  • 8. Linda  |  December 9, 2009 at 2:32 pm

    This list is a good reminder that there really is a lot we can eat. I think Reese’s is okay as far as ingredients, but I’m not sure about contamination.

    • 9. Jess @ Blog Schmog  |  December 9, 2009 at 5:07 pm

      The website was not easy to navigate but the email they sent me claims that the top 10 allergens are always disclosed on the label. I’m still trying to get a more difinitive answer because they are my FAVE! I’ve heard that off brands can be iffy.

  • 10. Danielle  |  January 9, 2010 at 12:41 pm

    Reese’s (I had to counter all those veggies)

    these aren’t gluten free, i’m almost certain there is wheat in them.

    • 11. Jess @ Blog Schmog  |  January 10, 2010 at 5:33 pm

      Hersey Co. regarding allergens and cross contamination… http://www.hersheys.com/nutrition/allergens.asp

      Regarding WHEAT in specific from the Hershey Website…
      “Common label terms or ingredients on HERSHEY’S products that indicate the presence of WHEAT protein:”

      Enriched flour
      Hydrogenated starch
      Wheat flour hydrolysate

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  • 14. Megan  |  March 25, 2010 at 11:38 am

    Ketchup is not gluten free unless it is organic. Learned this after a friend had changed her diet but her stomach was still bothering her.

    • 15. Jess @ Blog Schmog  |  April 4, 2010 at 10:07 pm

      Ah yes, thank you. The ketchup I buy says “naturally gluten free” but definitely check the label. It does not have to be organic but you do have to get a brand that is labeled GF!


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