The Gluten-Free Pantry

Even if gluten doesn’t make your stomach cry foul, these healthy gluten-free foods should find space in your pantry.

Flapjacked Banana Hazelnut Pancake Mix

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Whey protein gives each pancake a healthy dose of protein while hazelnut flour adds great nutty flavor.

Go to FlapJacked for more info.

TruRoots Ancient Grains Spaghetti

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TruRoots Ancient Grains Spaghetti is made with a powerful mix of quinoa, amaranth and brown rice, these noodles are so tasty even an Italian grandma would approve.

For info on where to buy, go to the TruRoots website.

KIND Strong Honey Mustard Bars

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Who says honey mustard is only for chicken fingers? The toothsome savory bars get a nutritional boost from pea protein, almonds and hemp seeds.

For more, go to Kind Snacks.

Bob’s Red Mill Quinoa Flour

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Made by finely grinding quinoa into a fine powder, this ultra-healthy flour can instantly improve a batch of pancakes or muffins.

For more go to Bob's RedMill.

Navitas Naturals Superfood+ Goji Cashews

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Buttery cashews are jazzed up with superfood goji powder and punchy basil for a near perfect snack option.

Go to Navitas Naturals for more.

Bare Apple Cinnamon Chips

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Eating chips has never been so guilt-free. These crunchy low-calorie apple chips are blissfully free of added sugar.

For more flavors go to Bare Snacks.

Mary’s Gone Crackers Super Seed

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Break out your favorite cheese. Each crispy cracker is made with quinoa and nutritious seeds like flax, pumpkin and sesame.

Go to Mary's Gone Crackers for more info.

Matthew Kadey, MS, RD, is a registered dietitian, nutrition writer and recipe developer. He is also the author of The Muffin Tin Chef and The No-Cook No-Bake Cookbook.

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