My GFCF Shopping List

Below is a list of foods that we buy. This is just what we happen to like and to the best of my knowledge, they are GFCF, but I could be wrong, so please double check for yourself. Along with these, we cook a lot from scratch and choose to use organic chickens and organic meat and organic fruits and veggies whenever possible. To the best of my knowledge, these are also approved on Feingold (meaning no artificial ingredients, though this year is the first time they are listing GFCF approved foods so I haven’t checked out all of the products we buy yet).

Update: Check out my Pinterest boards for updated GFCF food products, recipes, and candy and gum. Still updating these boards daily.

Feingold Candy and Gum

Feingold GFCF Products

Snacks

Pinnacle Gold Potato Chips (order from http://www.glutenfreemall.com/)  Update: I can’t find these anymore.
Pop Chips Original
Boom Chicka Pop popcorn
Angie’s Kettle Corn popcorn
Kettle Chips (brown bag)
Chee Cha Potato Puffs (order from http://www.glutenfreemall.com/)
Gorge Delite Just Fruit Pear Bars (http://www.amazon.com/ or the above)
Xochitl corn chips at Woodman’s or WF
Late July corn tortilla chips
Green Mountain Gringo corn chips from Woodman’s or WF or HFS
Ener-G Wyle’s pretzels (corn syrup) from Woodman’s (very hard)
Orgran chocolate and vanilla animal crackers (HFS or amazon.com)
Kinnikinick animal cracker cookies
Enjoy Life products (all contain grapes, apples) but they make good
cookies, breakfast bars, etc. (WF or Dominick’s or HFS)
Enjoy Life chocolate chips (no soy)
Fruitabu strawberry fruit leathers (WF or on amazon.com)
Sharkies gummy snacks (I ordered on amazon.com)
Purely Decadent Coconut Milk vanilla or choc. ice cream (Whole Foods)
Ah!Laska Chocolate syrup (WF)
Archer Farms (Target brand) strawberry frozen fruit bars
Cool Fruits – Cherry and Grape popsicles (frozen fruit juice in plastic, from WF)
Enjoy Life cinnamon bagels (contain grapes) from HFS
Kinnickinnick cinnamon doughnuts (corn syrup) from HFS 
Raisins (some bulk raisins may add flour to prevent from sticking)
Craisins (these are just cranberries with sugar)
Lundberg brown rice rice cakes (Woodman’s). We add peanut butter.

Other foods we buy:

Ian’s Chicken Patties (GF ones at Whole Foods)
Ian’s Chicken Nuggets (Gluten Free ones at WF)
Ian’s Alphatots “fries” (WF)
Ian’s chicken nugget meal (GFCF)
Ian’s Mac and No Cheese (Health food store. May have soy.)
Amy’s Mac and Cheese (No soy, dairy, or gluten variety)
Ian’s GF French Toast Sticks
Shelton’s Breakfast and Italian Turkey Sausage (WF or HFS)
Hormel All Natural lunch meats – turkey, ham, roast beef, salami (in a brown box)
Hormel All Natural bacon
Organicville ketchup (Woodman’s, WF) (Heinz Organic is no longer GF.  Regular Heinz is, but it contains corn syrup.)
Applegate Farms Sunday bacon (Meijer, Woodman’s, or Whole Foods)
365 Shoestring fries and tator tots (contain apples) (WF)
Erewhon brown rice cereal (not the no salt added or twice rice)
Tinkyada fusilli or elbow rice noodles
Pacific Original Rice Milk (Woodman’s or WF–Rice Dream is not GF)
Earth Balance Soy Free butter (red tub)
Daiya Cheddar and Mozzarella cheese shreds
Imagine tomato soup (Woodman’s in a box by the broths)
Imagine beef broth and chicken broth
Ener-G Tapioca Hot Dog Buns (warm in microwave)
Food for Life brown rice tortillas (For tacos. We get at the HFS.)
Oberweis lemonade or Gerber pear juice (may have CC issues)
Food for Life brown rice bread (contains peaches).
Anna’s bread mix is one of the best sandwich breads (HFS or online). They also make good muffins. We liked pumpkin and banana.
1-2-3 Gluten Free makes good mixes too. (Online. I get on Amazon.)
Namaste makes a good pancake mix. (Woodman’s or HFS)
Organic powdered sugar (some regular ones may add flour to theirs)
Rumford Aluminum Free Baking Powder
Bob’s Red Mill Aluminum Free Baking Soda (keep in fridge)
Earth Balance Soy Free butter spread (we use this daily)
Purity Farms Ghee (much cheaper at WF;can use in place of butter)
Whole Sweeteners Organic Sugar (I found a big bag at Costco)
Organic Spectrum shortening (WF or Woodman’s – has soy CC issues)
Palm Oil shortening from Tropical Traditions (online) has no CC issues
365 Root Beer (WF)
365 Key Lime soda (WF)

Below are foods that we used while transitioning to GFCF, but then removed after a couple months. Most contain soy or have cross contamination (CC) issues. Soy is very similar to casein and is a hormone disruptor so can affect mood/behavior. I didn’t know this in the beginning so we didn’t pull them till later. Soy causes my daughter to become very emotional, weepy, tantrums. It causes my 2 year old to become very aggressive – biting and hitting, and hyper.

Glutino pretzels from Woodman’s (soy – these are really good)
Fritos (CC – the scoops may be better as they are ran on a different line)
Tostitos (CC –the scoops may be better, but they also contain soy)
Lay’s potato chips (CC issues and soy)
Ting’s (CC issues) These are kind of like Cheetos. (Woodman’s or online)
Glenny’s Rice Krispy Bars (CC possibly)
Good Karma ice cream cups – strawberry swirl or choc. fudge (soy – I like these. Rice Dream ice cream is not truly GF.)
Glutino chocolate chip granola bar (soy)
Josef’s cinnamon graham crackers/cookies (soy) from HFS
Amy’s frozen meals – Baked ziti (soy) and pizza (soy)
Ian’s French Bread Pizza (GFCF)
Welshire Farms Dinosaur chicken nuggets (soy) from WF
Bell and Evans Gluten Free chicken tenders (soy – in the black box)
Gluten Free Pantry Chocolate Truffle Brownie mix (soy – VERY good.)
Gluten Free Pantry Chocolate Chip Cookies (Frozen. Good, but have CS) from Woodman’s
Lundberg BBQ Sante Fe chips (similar to Doritos in BBQ)
Envirokids rice krispy bars (Different flavors. The chocolate contains dairy.)
Envirokids Koala Krisp (chocolate rice krispies) (soy and peanut CC)
Envirokids Gorilla Munch cereal (soy and peanut CC)
Envirokids Peanut Butter Panda Puffs cereal (soy and peanut CC)
Envirokids Amazon Flakes (soy and peanut CC)
New Morning Kocoa Krispies cereal (CC issues?)

Note: All Whole Foods’ 365 brand foods and Trader Joe’s brand foods probably have CC issues. Many people have had problems with them, but if you are not very sensitive, you may be alright. This includes their frozen and fresh fruits and veggies. I noticed on my TJ’s fresh carrots and salad, the bags say “Made on equipment that processes wheat, eggs, milk, etc.” All of the products made for the company are all produced in the same facility and on shared equipment, so they would all have cross contamination issues, so watch for that.

Other products we’ve purchased:

Desert Essence Raspberry or Unscented shampoo, conditioner, and body wash (WF, HFS or online)

Mineral Fusion Curl Care shampoo and conditioner (the curl care has the least fragrance to it)

California Baby Unscented shampoo and body wash for kids. (WF)

Rainbow Unscented shampoo (WF or online, has soy).

We use Ivory Soap (unscented) for Feingold, not sure about GFCF. 

Tom’s of Maine toothpaste for kids (fluoride free strawberry or orange). Flouride is bad. Google it for more info.

Burt’s Bees chap stick (this does contain soy). I’ve heard www.tropicaltraditions.com sells an Unscented chapstick (search lip moisturizer) without soy, but haven’t tried it yet. Soy is in the form of Vitamin E a lot of times.

Seventh Generation laundry detergent and dishwashing detergent
(Woodman’s or WF)

Shower and bath balls to remove chlorine from the water. I ordered on http://www.amazon.com/. Or you can find at WF or your local HFS.

Candy

Surf Sweet Gummy Worms and Gummy Bears (no corn syrup!) (I found these at Whole Foods, my local HFS, and on amazon.com) The gummy worms are better and softer than the bears.

Sharkies Gummy Snacks (these are kind of like candy). I ordered a box from Amazon.com. Annie’s has good fruit snacks too, from WF.

B-Fresh Bubble Gum (contains oranges. Good. No sugar. Uses xylitol. Tastes like Trident) or Spearmint, or a new one is Solar Melon Moon which tastes kind of like Juicy Fruit. I order from www.iherb.com. You can use the code PIW329 and get $5 off your first order. Or I order from www.amazon.com.

Xylichew gum (spearmint or Tangerine) from Whole Foods near the toothpastes. These contain soy.

Jelly Belly Naturals (we like Tropical Fruit). Make sure you get the ones that say naturally colored and flavored. I’ve found at Whole Foods, sometimes at Border’s Books, or order online. Or Cracker Barrel has the Snapple All Natural ones. 

Yummy Earth suckers www.yummyearth.com/feingold. These are about the only suckers without corn syrup. You can get a big discount using this link. You get a bulk bag of 300 suckers for around $25 or so.

Still checking out the candy that would be GFCF and FG….

For more info on the Feingold Diet, check out my book “All Natural Mom’s Guide to the Feingold Diet – A Natural Approach to ADHD” available now on Amazon!
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One Comment

  1. Thanks for posting all of this. 🙂 It is very helpful. We went off GFCF, and are back… with peanut allergies. Lots of food our kiddies can't eat… Your list was helpful!

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