The Best Gluten and Dairy Free Products to Try This May

There’s all sorts of new free from launches this month-from home baking kits to breakfast bars and snacks galore. Jenna Farmer rounds up the best gluten and dairy-free products to try this May.


KIND LAUNCHES NEW BREAKFAST BAR


Eating breakfast at your (home office!) desk? KIND has launched a super nutritious breakfast bar which is high in fibre and gluten-free. Available in three flavours-peanut butter, blueberry and oat and honey oat- they’re really delicious and a great way to make sure you have a filling breakfast.


Available in singles (RRP:£1.29) and Multipacks of 3 (RRP:£2.99).

Available in Waitrose, Tesco, Ocado and Sainsbury’s


MOMA OAT MILK BARISTA EDITION


For vegans and dairy free folk missing their morning coffee, MOMA have launched a barista edition of their famous oat milk. Designed specifically to work with coffee without any of the usual weird curdling you can get with dairy free milk, if you are making the swap to cow’s milk you probably won’t notice the difference. This one is dairy free but not made with gluten free oats.


MOMA Oat Original (RRP. £1.50) and Oat Barista Edition (RRP. £1.80) are available now at Sainsbury’s stores nationwide, both 1 Litre.


APRES FOOD CO OFFERS HOME COOKING AND BAKING KITS


Gluten free London restaurant Apres Food Co have diversified in the current climate and turned themselves into a mini supermarket. You can order everything you could possibly need to bake gluten-free at home: from gluten free pancake kits to gluten free bread kits and smoothie mixes. They’re also offering the best gluten free loaf you’ve probably ever seen delivered nationwide.


www.apresfood.com



VURGER LAUNCHES AT HOME BURGER KITS


Those in London can snap up a make-at-home vegan burger kit to replicate Vurger’s famous gluten free, vegan burgers. It contains everything you need: two gluten-free, vegan patties, vegan cheese, burger sauce, skin on fries and condiments. Sadly the brioche buns aren’t gluten free (but they are dairy free and vegan) but the rest is and it’s simple enough to use your own gluten free buns.


The vurger meal kit for 2 :£17.95 www.thevurgerco.com/shop/takeout-box-for-2



TYRELLS LAUNCHES GLUTEN FREE POPCORN RANGE


Tyrells have revamped their gluten free popcorn to include three flavours: salty-simply sea salt; sweet-madagascan vanilla and sweet and salty-salted caramel.


Unlike most sweet popcorns, these ones are dairy free too (they use creamy coconut milk for extra sweetness)


Tyrells Salty-Simply Sea Salt, Sweet – Madagascan Vanilla (90g) RRP £1.90 Sweet & Salty – Salted Caramel (90g) RRP £1.90 available in selected Waitrose and Sainsburys



SWEET CAKEY THING OFFERS FREE FROM CAKE JARS


Looking for gluten-free cakes but can’t be bothered to bake? Enter Sweet Cakey Thing; decadent cakes in a jar which manage to taste really delicious despite being free from (cue long list): wheat, dairy, gluten, grains, soya, refined sugar, additives and preservatives. Each cake has different layers- with a gooey, melty sauce at the top combining with a spongy cake at the bottom.


Sweet Cakey Thing, £24.99 (for four jar cakes): https://www.sweetcakeything.co.uk/shop


NOMO LAUNCHES HAZELNOT BAR



Nomo are known for their range of dairy-free, gluten-free and nut free chocolate. Their new bar-Hazelnot-is aimed at those who crave the taste of hazelnut chocolate but can’t eat nuts or dairy. The result is a smoothy, nutty, creamy chocolate which you’d never guess was vegan.

Nomo Hazelnut bar. Available from Asda (RRP £2.00) and available their online store

THE FRESH SAUCE CO OFFERS GLUTEN-FREE SAUCES WITH FREE SHIPPING

The Fresh Sauce Co are offering a range of gluten-free and dairy-free sauces delivered to your door-with free delivery when you spend over £15. With choices including katsu curry sauce, teriyaki, sweet and sour and pesto; they’re all gluten-free (The Fresh Sauce Co was created by a coeliac) and the majority are dairy free too.

https://thefreshsauce.co/

HECK LAUNCHES NEW CHORIZO STYLE SAUSAGE

Heck are famous for their range of gluten-free sausages and burgers, and they’ve got all sorts of new launches for the summer months. First up, is their chorizo-style 97% pork sausages; infused with paprika, they’re perfect for BBQs and stew in the colder months. For vegans, their meat-free chipolatas are now available in Asda.

HECK chorizo style pork sausages (£3, six sausages). Available at Tesco from May. Meat-Free Chipolatas (£2.50). Available in Asda.

Chatting Food Contributor: Jenna Farmer

Jenna Farmer is a blogger and freelance writer who is passionate about gut health and gluten-free eating.


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