Are you looking for the best new gluten free products?  Take a peek at some of my new favorites.

If you are anything like me, I am always on the lookout for new, delicious, and safe gluten free products.  I been collaborating with the Nourished Festival, participating in their influencer networking events to meet amazing brands supporting the gluten free community and allowing me to taste test some fantastic products.  While I wasn’t compensated for my opinions, I did receive complimentary products to try.  This in no way influences my opinion.  As you will see, I will provide my honest assessment of the products that I tried.

Mom’s Place Gluten Free

Mom’s Place Gluten Free was extra awesome and shared a code so you can get 20% off your entire order: AL_MAR_GFEXPO21

You guys know that I am a from scratch, make-your-own-mixes kind of gal, but I also think having a good mix on hand for a short cut can be a life saver. And I have to say, Mom’s Place has good mixes. After the last Nourished Fest in September, I bought the mini doughnut mixes from their site and my girls have been having fun making them together on the weekends in our mini donut maker. So fun! for this Fest, Mom’s Place Gluten Free sent an awesome care package with cream of chicken soup base (yes! totally dairy free!), pretzel bite mix, pumpkin harvest muffin mix and licorice shaped like cute little scottie dogs. I am telling you, I would put in orders just for the licorice, it is that good!

I am super pumped to try more things from them. They use ingredients I would, with nothing weird to preserve them, and I love that they have an allergen filter so you can shop for just the items that fit your family’s allergen profile. Even when filtering out products with dairy, they have a ton of products in all sort of categories to choose from. You have got to check them out. One of their best sellers is their Soft Pretzel Mix.  Let me tell you, these pretzels were insanely delicious.  I did not even get a chance to take a picture of the finished product because my family scarfed down every single one.  I assure you that they are easy to make, are soft on the inside, and crusty on the outside.  I opted to make the pretzel bites.

Finding Mom’s Place Gluten Free was the best find.  I’ve placed an order for more of their products including these soft pretzels.  I cannot recommend this company enough.

Mom’s Place Gluten Free was extra awesome and shared a code so you can get 20% off your entire order: AL_MAR_GFEXPO21

Goodie Girl – S’mores Cookies

a box of s'mores sandwich cookies

The kind people from Goodie Girl Cookies sent along some of their brand new S’mores cookies for me to try.  I have not tried their products before as the flavors in my area contain dairy, and we can’t have that in my house. BUT that is not the case with their new S’mores cookies! Woo!

These gluten free and dairy free cookies have a graham cookie, a chocolate cookie and a marshmallow flavored filling. Super fun and just asking to be make into all kind of treats (or, lets be honest, straight out of the box)! My kids loved them! And yeah for another treat that is peanut free that we can bring places.

Epilynx by Dr. Liia

Created by Dr. Liia, a pharmacist who stared her company after she developed products to address her own health struggles, Epilynx is a full line of make up and skin care especially created for those with gluten sensitivities, allergies, autoimmune conditions and sensitive skin using all natural ingredients. All of her products don’t just feel amazing on your skin, but everything is packaged beautifully, so you really feel like you are treating yourself to something special (you are!). If you are not sure which products are best for your skin, Dr. Liia has a Skincare Quiz you can take and receive personalized recommendations based on your results, which is fantastic. She sent me some of her products from her Sunrise collection, and so far I am loving them. They go on light and smoothly, leaving my skin felling nicely moisturized all day without felling heavy or greasy. My under eyes (hey, I turned 50 this year) has especially perked up using her eye cream and my sensitive eyes aren’t bothered at all. Eye creams usually end up making my eyes sting, so I don’t use them like I know I should, so I am so pleased to find a cream I can use! She also sent her liquid eyeliner and mascara as well and I can’t wait to try those (even if I had to wrestle them away from my 17 year old – LOL!) Momma needs to kick it up a bit! Thank you. Dr. Liia! Check our her blog and podcast as well.

The Gluten Intolerance Group

If you or someone you know is living the gluten free life, The Gluten Intolerance Group is your advocate.  This group is literally in your corner fighting the good fight to keep you safe.  They are a great starting place for anyone who wants support in knowing how to safely navigate a gluten free diet.  If you’ve ever seen these official markings on your products, you can thank GIG.  They have tested thousands of food items to ensure that they meet rigorous safety standards that are twice as strict as the FDA before allowing the product to carry their symbol. The big news is that they are updating the symbol used so there is no confusion with copycat markings, so keep an eye out for the fresh look!

The GIG website is full of valuable information about current trends, news, nutrition, and research.  They have resources specifically for children and listings for support groups as well. 

EZ Gluten

The EZ Gluten’s test is an easy to use kit that will quickly detect the presence of gluten in foods and beverages. It is sensitive enough to detect levels of gluten as low as 10 ppm. This simple test is small and portable enough for use at restaurants or when traveling, and is sensitive and robust enough for use in industry and food manufacturing. It can be used to test individual ingredients in foods and beverages. I haven’t tried them, yet, but think this might be a good item to send off with my college bound girl with celiac this next Fall.

Redd Remedies

Redd Remedies offers natural health solution supplements that help people address their health from a whole body perspective. They use a comprehensive purity testing program from ingredient selection and verification, to ensuring each dose contains exactly what’s on the label, to their extensive finished product testing by industry-leading 3rd-party labs. Pretty impressive. I have really been struggling with sinus allergy symptoms this Spring and decided to buy some of their Adult Sinus Support formula, and let me tell you, I wish I had sooner! It has really helped cut down on my symptoms (so much post nasal drip, you all don’t want to know how gross it was! Yuck!) so I can breath freely without coughing (something NO ONE wants to hear from me even from behind a mask in our current world, you know?


Schar was at the Networking Session as well… but unfortunately, while there are several things coming up in the next few months to look forward to from them, they did not gives us the go ahead to share them just yet. But trust me, some fun things will be coming up in the Schar line up so keep an eye out!

Other products that reached out to me:

Blake’s Seed Based

Honestly, I had never heard of this company before or seen their products at the Nourished Festival, but I sure am glad that they reached out to me.  These bars are delicious.!  You can literally see the goodness in every bar.  Each bar is Top 8 Allergen Free and lower in sugar than most bars on the market, which is awesome for my ballet dancer to bring to her nut-free studio for her between classes snack.


San-J has been my go to tamari sauce for years. LOVE that they have a reduced sodium version as well! The big news? They have updated their bottles for a fresh look. New look, but the product inside is still the same fantastic quality you expect.