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It's been a little while since I did my last round-up of new gluten free finds, hasn't it!? I feel like things have got a little quiet on the supermarket front. Perhaps they're busy working away on the, dare I say it, Christmas lines? But enough of the c-word already, because there are still plenty of new gluten free goodies out there for you to try!
Here's a little round-up of some of the best new gluten free products I've spotted around UK supermarkets in the last couple of weeks. Anything I've missed? Let me know in the comments!
Gluten free margherita 'meat'zza' from M&S
Well, for anyone who wants to get some extra protein in, this is the pizza - or should I say 'meat-zza' for you! This gluten free margherita meat-zza has a pork base and is gluten free. There is also a...
M&S Spicy pepperoni 'meat-zza'
A gluten free pepperoni version of the meat-zza too! Again this one has a pork (sausage meat-type) base and is loaded with cheese and pepperoni. I'm certainly intrigued to try them!
CoOp Bacon Rashers
I had a little wander around CoOp this week and found much to my delight these bacon rashers were gluten free! They're just like Frazzles. A great alternative, though I found the flavour a bit weaker than the Sainsbury's version I found a few weeks ago.
Gluten free 'Doritos' from Aldi
I went into Aldi to check out the Special Buys this week and didn't find anything interesting - I was most impressed with these gluten free Tortilla Chips (in the normal crisp section). I miss Doritos A LOT but these are a fairly good replacement. They don't taste as strong, but are still alright!
Manomasa street corn relish*
I was sent some new dips from Manomasa recently and only just broke this one out to try - it's amazing! It kind of reminds me of Piccalilli, it's sour and tasty with a bit of a kick. Nice to have something different to dip my chips into because I'm not the biggest fan of salsa.
Gluten free & vegan Northern Bloc ice-cream
I love Northern Bloc's ice-cream and their vegan range is lovely (as featured in my gluten and dairy free ice-cream guide here!) This chocolate and orange blossom one looked particularly tasty - I found this in CoOp.
Deliciously Ella Nut Butter Balls*
I was sent the two new flavours of Deliciously Ella's Nut Butter Balls to try and I love them! I had already tried the hazelnut and almond ones from Holland and Barratt but thought the new flavours were really interesting. There is now a raspberry & cashew one and an apple, cinnamon & almond one to try as well.
CoOp smoked haddock and cheddar fishcakes
Find new gluten free products is great - but finding them in the 'normal' aisles is even better! I was really pleased to see the clear 'gluten free' labelling on these CoOp Smoked Haddock & Cheddar Melting Middle fishcakes! I also found...
CoOp prawn, cod & sweet chilli fishcakes
These prawn, cod and sweet chilli melting middle fishcakes from CoOp were also marked as gluten free and they were delicious. I really loved the flavour combination and the lovely sweet chilli sauce centre. Whole prawns too!
New-look PieMinister pies
I've always been a HUGE fan of Pieminister's gluten free pies (found in Sainsbury's) but I love them even more for their new packaging! The pies are the same great varieties but they're now in plastic free packaging which makes them even better! I'll have to add them to my plastic-free round-up!
M&S blue cheese & bacon jam burgers
HOW amazing do these gluten free blue cheese and bacon jam burgers fro M&S sound!? They have loads of gluten free burgers and sausages in there and they're all clearly marked, but these sounded particular good! I'm definitely going to try them out!
Andros dairy free yoghurts
I spotted these dairy free yoghurt alternatives in Tesco and thought it was nice to see another dairy free option on the market. I've not tried them yet but would love to know if you've had them yourself.
CoOp free from pizza
I was really pleased with the range of products in the frozen free from aisle in CoOp when I went this week. Lots of finds in there but this pizza looked lovely and a good size too!
Plant Power Original Tempeh
I've wanted to try Tempeh for ages so was really pleased to find this in Sainsbury's. I'm excited to see what I can make with it - I'd love to know your suggestions if you've cooked with it before!
Grapefruit Jubel gluten free beer*
I love Jubel - its my favourite gluten free beer - so was excited to try their new grapefruit flavour. It's super refreshing and perfect on a hot, sunny evening! The other flavours are in Sainsbury's and there's a list of stockists for this one on the Jubel Facebook page.
Good Life frozen falafel
It really occurred to me this week how little frozen gluten free and vegetarian options there are in my local Sainsbury's store! However, these falafel from Good Life were delicious and have definitely been a lunchtime staple for me this week - very tasty.
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!
- 10 gluten free discoveries I've made this month (June 2019)
- 13 new gluten free finds from vegan cheesecake to English muffins
- 12 new gluten free goodies I’ve found this week (May 2019)
- 10 new gluten free goodies I discovered in April
- 10 things that have changed since I was diagnosed with coeliac disease
- 11 new products I discovered in January
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We like the co-op frozen glutenfree sausages as they cook from frozen which is good. You don't have to remember to take out to defrost like others. Their glutenfree breaded pollock were some of the best we found but have been discontinued at the moment in our local co-op. The price of these are very very reasonable just like their pizza is.
Its great that so many new products are appearing. The only problem with all these is that they are in different supermarkets, and not all stores in a chain stock the items, so even if you know about them can you find them? How long before someone is brave enough for the online gluten free supermarket, supplying all the ranges in one place for the unfortunate gluten free shopper who doesnt have all day to go shopping at all the different supermarkets to try and get the odd item they like best? In some ways its more frustrating knowing this stuff is out there, but being unable to ever get it as part of a regular shop.