Continuing in my series of top finds, I've got some new gluten free goodies to share with you which I have discovered this week! From bake at home bread to ale sausages, there are plenty of new goodies on the shelves and a few that are just new to me. Either way, here are some of my top gluten free finds from the last couple of weeks...
M&S bake at home gluten free baguettes
These two bake-at-home half baguettes from M&S look lovely, and I've heard they taste great too! These came out a few weeks ago but have only just appeared in my local store. I can't wait to try them - freshly baked gluten free bread is definitely the way forward.
Asda gluten free sausage rolls
These little sausage rolls from Asda are new in my store and look perfect for picnics! They're dinky and with a perfectly golden pastry - I think these will be a hit, let's hope they taste good! Which also leads me nicely on to...
Asda gluten free pork pies
Another one I haven't had a chance to try yet, but these gluten free pork pies from Asda look lovely. I can't actually remember the last time I had a pork pie so I will definitely have to test them out.
M&S gluten free lemon cheesecake
At just £1.60, this dinky dessert was lovely when the sun came out last week! Apparently M&S discontinued its gluten free lemon cheesecake last year, but people seem to be pretty happy it's now back, and having tasted it, I can see why!
Asda gluten free Easter egg selection
There are lots of gluten and dairy free Easter eggs out at the moment, but this selection from Asda looks very swanky! A raspberry one, vanilla one and dark choc with cocoa nibs - a nice change from the normal selection, and very grown up!
Montezuma's peanut butter eggs
I discovered these milk chocolate peanut butter mini eggs in Sainsbury's and I cannot wait to try them! I'm a huge peanut butter fan and mix that with chocolate - you've got the perfect combo!
Asda gluten free pancake and Yorkshire pudding mix
Apparently this gluten free pancake mix in M&S is new - and just in time for Shrove Tuesday! It looks pretty simple to make so if you're feeling lazy, why not get this mix to make your own?
Asda unicorn ice-cream
This unicorn ice-cream from Asda looks simply magical - and there's no gluten in it either! Just make sure you don't pick up the galatic one, as that has wheat starch. Can't wait to try this!
Pizza Express gluten free ragù pizza
Pizza Express very kindly gifted me a take-away pizza to celebrate National Pizza Day last week and I decided to give their new Ragù pizza a go. It was lovely - with bolognese sauce, ricotta, red onion and fresh parsley. A lovely tasty alternative to my usual pepperoni-laden pizzas!
Asda gluten free ale sausages
Now I think I'm pretty lucky that nowadays, most gluten free supermarket sausages tend to be gluten free. But I was super excited to see these Asda sausages contain gluten free ale! I'll definitely have to give them a go, I think they'd be lovely with a homemade gluten free ale gravy and mash!
Asda free from white choc Easter egg
This cute gluten and dairy free Easter egg is the kids' version of the one above! It's super cute and the packaging is bright and funky - Asda seem to have done well this year!
What else have I missed?
Have you spotted any new gluten free finds on the shelves this week which I have missed? I’d love to know about them in the comments below! And let me know if you like these sorts of round-ups – if you find them helpful then I’ll certainly try and do more of them! Here’s some other posts you might find helpful, funny or interesting!
- 12 of the best gluten free lunches when you’ve failed at meal prep
- The 11 emotional stages of a gluten free diet (as illustrated by the cast of Friends)
- 10 things that have changed since I was diagnosed with coeliac disease
- My coeliac disease diagnosis story
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