Simple Gluten Free: Great Gluten Free Coupons and some great on-line deals this week!
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Think Thin Gluten Free Bars– Use the code THINKPEOPLE to get a 20% at checkout.
Bob’s Red Mill Quinoa: Quinoa is a great gluten-free grain that you can use as a hot cereal or in salads. Amazon has a 4 pack of Bob’s Red Mill Organic Grain Quinoa, 26-Ounce Packages for $7.41 each with Subscribe & Save.
Pamela’s Baking Mix: One of the most popular Gluten Free Baking mixes available. Right now you can get a pack of (3) 4 pound bags of Pamela’s Ultimate Baking and Pancake Mix for $32.51 after Subscribe and Save. The 24 oz. bags normally cost around $6.50 or $.27/ounce. You’ll pay just $.17 an ounce with this offer.
$1.00/1 CrunchMaster Gluten Free Crackers (see below for an additional Crunchmaster coupon!)
$.55/1 San J Asian Cooking Sauce including Organic Gluten Free Tamari Soy Sauce (still available)
$1.50/2 Gluten Free Cafe Soups (still available)
$1.50/2 Envirokidz Gluten Free Organic Bars or Cereal (still available)
$1.00/2 Muir Glen Products (still available)
$1.00/1 Barbara’s Bakery Product (GF cereals)
$1.00/1 Van’s Organic Gluten Free Waffles (like them on Facebook)
$1.00/1 Seeds of Change Certified Organic Product (Not certified gluten free, but many products appear to be GF. Always check labels to make sure products are appropriate for you!)
$1.00/1 Crunch Master Crackers box or bag (register for email updates)
Read our review here.
$1/1 Udi’s Gluten Free Bread (our favorite!)
Newman’s Own Coupons including $.50/1 Chocolate Bar (GF)
(most require registration)
B1G1 Athenos Feta Cheese (Twitter Coupon)
$1.00/1 Cascadian Farms Product (new registrants only-use for frozen fruit & veggies)
$1.00/1 Muir Glen Product (we like the Fire Roasted Dice Tomatoes)
*Please Note: This information is provided as a service, but is not intended as medical advice. Products which are certified “gluten-free” must be manufactured in a plant dedicated to allergy free production. Some products are included in this list which are not labeled “gluten-free”, but which will be acceptable for most people. As always, check labels for information which pertains to your personal situation.
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