Before we get started on this riveting topic, I want to emphasize that I am intolerant to gluten, not allergic or celiac. Because I am only intolerant and not full-blown allergic, some of my favorite ‘gluten-free’ cereals are not necessarily celiac certified, because they are made in a location where gluten is present and may come into cross-contamination. If you’re allergic to gluten or have celiac disease, please read labels thoroughly and ensure what you’re about to consume is safe for you and your body.
Cereal is actually one thing that isn’t painful to eat when you can’t eat gluten, because there’s a decent amount of gluten-free cereals available. These are some of my favorites, but if you know of any others that are your go-to, please let me know. I’m always looking to expand my cereal horizons.
- Honey Nut Cheerios – These guys are a classic. Crunchy, satisfying, and lightly sweetened, they’re perfect any time of day.
- Nature’s Path Gluten-Free Crunchy Vanilla Sunrise Organic Cereal – Aside from being a nightmare to say aloud, this cereal is seriously yummy. Subtle hints of vanilla, crunchy flakes and granola clusters satisfy all of your cravings, and the maple flavor is equally delicious.
- Kashi Go Lean Gluten-Free Popped Clusters Vanilla Pepita Cereal – Also ridiculously long in its name, this cereal is high in protein, making a great option if you’re a busy person and you need fuel to keep you going throughout the day.
- Chex (Honey and Cinnamon varieties) – This cereal isn’t as filling as the others, but it’s still delicious. The only drawback is that it tends to go soggy pretty quickly, so be sure to hoover it in to maintain crunchiness.
- Love Grown Power O’s – Another protein-rich option, this cereal is made from beans (yes, beans) so it definitely fills you up, and all of the flavors are tasty.
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