This is a list of all the gluten free products that have been reviewed here at Club Trader Joe’s. Trader Joe’s has a lot of Gluten Free options and I review the good and bad. These are sorted by date.
I have a long history with Trader Joe’s bagels. When I first started shopping at Trader Joe’s after the birth of my first son, we ate a lot of bread and bagels. Back in those days, there wasn’t a lot of Gluten Free options but Trader Joe’s did always have good bagels. Not the soft mushy type of bagels you buy at regular supermarkets. They had 4 or 5 different styles. Plain, Sesame, Poppy, Everything, and Whole Wheat.
As the years have gone on, Trader Joe’s has cut out just about every bagel except plain and everything. My kids lived on the Whole Wheat bagels for many years. Now we have a few different types of Gluten Free bagels. Probably the most popular is the Everything bagels. If you’ve read this blog very much, you know that I don’t go gluten free, but I like to review these products because I know so many readers are gluten free and Trader Joe’s was never one to let a good trend go unexploited!
Trader Joe’s Gluten Free Italian Bread Review – Trader Joe’s has a wide variety of Glute Free products in their stores. The amount of Glute Free products has exploded in the past couple of years. One of the biggest areas in their stores is the bread section. Just five years ago, you’d be hard pressed to find a loaf of Gluten Free bread at Trader Joe’s and now I think there are at least 20 gluten free bread options (if you count bagels) and it takes up a lot of room. All the gluten free bread products sit next to the regular breads in most Trader Joe’s that I have visited (I have been to Trader Joe’s in at least 10 states now).
Trader Joe’s Pumpkin Tortilla Chips Review – We eat a lot of tortilla chips around Club Trader Joe’s. I have two teenage boys that eat me out of house and home and always looking for a different but semi-healthy snack that they can eat. Salsa and chips are big around our house as a snack so when I saw these, I grabbed them thinking they would be interesting take on traditional tortilla chips. Plus these are gluten free and vegan for all of you out there at care about that.
Trader Joe’s Almond Flour Chocolate Chip Cookie Baking Mix Review – As the weather turns cooler and we get closer to the holidays, we do a fair amount of cookie baking here at Club Trader Joe’s. We bake quite a few chocolate chip cookies and will make a ton of sugar cookies for the holidays. But I am always looking out for interesting cookie mixes and Trader Joe’s usually has some interesting ones around this time of the year. This mix has a twist, it’s Gluten Free and can be Vegan if you want it to be.
Trader Joe’s Gluten Free Multigrain Bread Review – I think I’ve mentioned this in other posts, but a close family member is Celiac and can’t even look at food with gluten without having serious problems. As a courtesy to him, I am trying to eat as many gluten free products at Trader Joe’s as I can fit into my lineup. He and his wife love Trader Joe’s and all the gluten free products they have. He’s been celiac for his whole life so this isn’t something new for him and I remember the awful gluten free bread he used to buy before it became trendy. Thank god we have some real research into some quality gluten free products now.