If you think finding gluten-free foods means only shopping at speciality grocery stores, I am happy to announce that is not the case! Walmart is a great place to shop. I am able to get almost everything I need in one stop and while saving a few bucks.
Although I continue to stumble upon new gluten-free foods at Walmart, here are a few of my favorite (staple) items:
Gluten-free Bisquick – You’ll find this in the baking isle next to the regular Bisquick. I love this product, because not only can you make pancakes, but you can also use it to make other things (like pizza!). It’s super easy and convenient.
Chex cereal – You will find this in the cereal isle. The best part about Chex cereal is that there are so many good flavors. Chocolate Chex is my favorite, but I like them all. I recently tried the new Vanilla flavor, and it was so yummy!
Gluten-free pasta – Tinkyada’s Pasta Joy Ready is awesome. You will find this product in the designated gluten-free section of the store. You can’t tell that this pasta is gluten-free (even my husband agrees). They also have a variety of noodle types from shells to spaghetti.
Pre-packaged pork – You can find this product in the refrigerated meat section. It is a pre-seasoned, pre-packaged pork that you just take out the of the sealed bag and bake. There are a variety of flavors and the gluten-free packages clearly state “gluten-free” on the back next to the list of ingredients.
Betty Crocker cookie and cake mixes – You can find these mixes in the regular baking isle. I’ve tried every flavor mix, and they all pass the test. I have to say, the chocolate cake mix is my favorite, and I always get rave reviews from gluten-eaters when I make it.
Chips and rice cakes – You can find a variety of gluten-free snack foods in the chips isle. I love getting the chocolate Quaker rice cakes and spreading peanut butter on them as an after work snack.
Meatballs – I was super excited when I found out that Walmart has gluten-free meatballs. You can find them in the refrigerated pork section. You can also get frozen meatballs, if you prefer. I love pairing this with the gluten-free pasta listed above. Walmart also has pasta sauce that is gluten-free. I get Classico or Prego – both are labeled gluten-free on the back.
Corn tortillas – Last, but certainly not least, you can find corn tortillas that are marked gluten-free in the bread/tortilla isle. We use these to make quesadillas, enchiladas, wraps and more. These are mixed in with the regular, flour tortillas so don’t miss them!