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The Best Gluten Free Breads

Take the guesswork out of gluten free grocery shopping! Here's a list of the best gluten free bread products on the market. Want to bake your own? We've got you covered with recipes for Sandwich Bread, Flaky Biscuits, soft and buttery Crescent Rolls, and Garlic Breadsticks!
Take the guesswork out of gluten free grocery shopping! Here’s a list of the best gluten free bread products on the market. Want to bake your own? We’ve got you covered with recipes for Sandwich Bread, Flaky Biscuits, soft and buttery Crescent Rolls, and Garlic Breadsticks!


Take the guesswork out of gluten free grocery shopping! Here's a list of the best gluten free bread products on the market. Want to bake your own? We've got you covered with recipes for Sandwich Bread, Flaky Biscuits, soft and buttery Crescent Rolls, and Garlic Breadsticks!

What’s the one thing you miss the most since starting a gluten free lifestyle?
Nearly everyone I talk to says it’s bread… A sandwich that doesn’t crumble. A piece of bread that isn’t grainy. A bagel. It doesn’t seem like too much to ask, right? (right??)
We’ve tried a LOT of gluten free products over the years, and here are the ones that made the top of our list. What are your favorite brands/products for gluten free breads? Please share in the comments below!
While you’re browsing this list, please take into consideration the following:
  1. This post is NOT sponsored. Every opinion you find here is 100% honest and not swayed at all by brands. I don’t (and won’t ever) post favorite products here in exchange for product or payment of any kind. This list is for YOU.  Some of the links are affiliate, many are not because direct links to the brands’ websites would be a less expensive option for you to purchase through.
  2. Be aware that product information can change. Please read labels before consuming to be sure it’s safe for your dietary needs.

 Take the guesswork out of gluten free grocery shopping! Here's a list of the best gluten free bread products on the market. Want to bake your own? We've got you covered with recipes for Sandwich Bread, Flaky Biscuits, soft and buttery Crescent Rolls, and Garlic Breadsticks!

The Best Gluten Free Breads

  • Sandwich bread

    1. Franz bread is one of our favs. We buy it in 2 packs at Sam’s Club or you can find it at Walmart in the bread section (imagine that, ha!) Each loaf is sealed and it’s good for a month or two on the shelf if it’s left unopened. Once opened, just twist tie it closed or put in an airtight container store at room temp for up to a week. It doesn’t crumble at all and you can just pull out a slice and make a sandwich without toasting. Great for lunches!
    2. Canyon Bakehouse Rye Style is my favorite gluten free bread. Their breads make a mean grilled cheese sandwich or French Toast and can also be stored at room temperature without becoming crumbly, making them perfect for sandwiches. They have a wide variety of bread products and reasonable prices on their website, making them one of our all-time favorite gf bread brands. They recently came out with a Heritage Loaf that’s features large, full size slices. Because we love them so much, they agreed to give you a coupon for 20% OFF your first order! 
      • Certified GF, Dairy Free, Soy Free, Nut Free, Non GMO
      • Website: canyonglutenfree.com Use code LOVECANYON for 20% off your first order (one-time use only)
      • Where to Buy: Target (in the bakery section) or their website.
  • Bagels

    1. Canyon Bakehouse also makes great-tasting bagels. We love them for bagel sandwiches or smeared with cream cheese, and the cinnamon raisin is delicious when subbed for bread in French toast.
      • Certified GF, Dairy Free, Soy Free, Nut Free, Non GMO
      • Websitecanyonglutenfree.com Use code LOVECANYON for 20% off your first order (one-time use only)
      • Where to Buy: Their website is the best option I’ve found. Use the code above on your first order.
    2. Udi’s makes a mean bagel. Varieties include Plain, Whole Grain, Cinnamon Raisin, and Everything. 

 

  • English Muffins

    1. We love Glutino English Muffins. Tip: when toasted, they also make a great bun for hamburgers!
    2. Kinnikinnick is our 2nd choice for English Muffins.

 

Take the guesswork out of gluten free grocery shopping! Here's a list of the best gluten free bread products on the market. Want to bake your own? We've got you covered with recipes for Sandwich Bread, Flaky Biscuits, soft and buttery Crescent Rolls, and Garlic Breadsticks!

 

  • Tortillas/Wraps

    1. Our favorite brand of gf tortillas is Udi’sIf you briefly pan fry it (20-30 seconds each side over medium heat) with a bit of oil, they’re perfectly pliable and don’t tear or break. We love to serve them with these Thai Peanut Wraps or as Pizzadillas. 
      • Certified GF, Contains: Egg
      • Website: udisglutenfree.com
      • Where to Buy: You can find Udi’s tortillas in the freezer section at Target, sometimes Walmart, and some grocery stores. 
    2. BFREE Foods recently came out with pita bread that we think is pretty amazing. You can find it in the bakery section of Smith’s along with their wraps, buns, breads, and rolls (we like them all).

 

 

Take the guesswork out of gluten free grocery shopping! Here's a list of the best gluten free bread products on the market. Want to bake your own? We've got you covered with recipes for Sandwich Bread, Flaky Biscuits, soft and buttery Crescent Rolls, and Garlic Breadsticks!

  • Artisan Breads

    1. If you’re craving a baguette, Udi’s has you covered. These are definitely worth the splurge, you probably haven’t had a chewy-in-the-center-crispy-on-the-edges bread like this since you’ve started eating gluten free. 
    2. Against the Grain makes a baguette that is very allergy friendly. It tastes like a cross between Brazilian cheese bread and an actual baguette, our whole family liked it.

 

  • Rolls

  1. If you’re in Northern UT, Sweet Cake Bake Shop makes great rolls. They also carry bread in large loaves, it tastes just like homemade. They have shops in SLC and Kaysville.
  2. Udi’s makes a Classic French Dinner Roll.
      • Certified GF, Contains: Egg
      • Website: udisglutenfree.com
      • Where to Buy: You can find Udi’s tortillas in the freezer section at Target, sometimes Walmart, and some grocery stores. 
  3. BFree is one of our favorite brands. You can find their products on their own little rack in the bakery section of Smith’s. We love their rolls because they’re soft enough to eat fresh out of the package and don’t have to be stored in the freezer.

Unbelievably soft, homemade, gluten free sandwich bread fresh out of the oven! Stop settling for crumbly, tasteless bread! This loaf will be ready in less than an hour and I can guarantee you'll want a 2nd (or 3rd!) slice.

 

>>>What are your favorite gluten free bread products/recipes? Share in the comments below!

 

Take the guesswork out of gluten free grocery shopping! Here's a list of the best gluten free bread products on the market. Want to bake your own? We've got you covered with recipes for Sandwich Bread, Flaky Biscuits, soft and buttery Crescent Rolls, and Garlic Breadsticks!

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8 Comments

  • Reply
    Michelle
    March 22, 2017 at 1:28 pm

    Have you tried mission GF tortillas? They are my favorite tortilla.

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      thereislifeafterwheat@gmail.com
      March 23, 2017 at 12:02 pm

      I haven’t, we can’t do soy. Thanks for adding that to the list, I appreciate your input!

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    Katrina
    April 9, 2017 at 10:13 pm

    I came across your site today out of desperation for homemade bread again since I found out I was celiac a year ago, and as luck would have it, I’m in northern Utah too! thank you SO MUCH for this list!! It will be a life-saver for me when I go back to school next month!

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      thereislifeafterwheat@gmail.com
      April 11, 2017 at 1:24 pm

      I’m so glad you found us! This is exactly the reason I put together this list, and I’m so happy it helps. Are you coming to the My Gluten Free World Expo in Provo this weekend? -Celeste

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        Katrina
        April 11, 2017 at 3:42 pm

        I’m planning on it!

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          thereislifeafterwheat@gmail.com
          April 11, 2017 at 10:00 pm

          Fantastic! Be sure to stop by my booth and say hi!

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    Joan
    April 21, 2017 at 10:19 pm

    I would love to find a really good gluten free doughnut! I have yet to find one.

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      thereislifeafterwheat@gmail.com
      April 22, 2017 at 7:22 am

      Hi Joan! I think that’s something we all have in common 😉 Our favorite for gluten free doughnuts is a mix you can get from Gluten Free Heaven. We’ve had it several times and they’re just like real, fried, doughnuts. Here’s their site: https://www.glutenfreeheaven.com/

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