Breads and Cereals

Ah, we're on breads and cereals. This is the hardest, since we cannot have wheat. At all. It's like breaking the law to eat it. I will put name brands of items that stores carry that are wheat free, fructose free, and totally healthy. But first, we must explore this little section. When you eat, you may get constipated again if you don't have high fiber stuff that wheat usually gave you. But! There are some grains that you can have that you can eat, or sprinkle on your food, depending: oats, quinoa, amaranth, corn, barley, buckwheat, flaxseed, pumpkin seeds. Just keep in mind, even though you need fiber, avoid foods that have added fiber, like insulin or fructooligosaccharides (long weird name.)
 Wheat products such as bread, crackers, pasta, cereals, and pastries
 Sweetened breakfast cereals
 Cereals with dried fruit, nuts, or honey
 Gluten free breads, cereals, and crackers
 Products with added fiber such as inulin or fructooligosaccharides**
 Corn, rice, or quinoa pasta
 **may be labeled as chicory root
 *may have up to 2 servings a day of Artisan Sourdough Spelt Bread
 Corn or rice tortilla
 Rice or brown rice
Here's a list of wheat free items that work:


Mrs. Leeper's Corn Pasta

Tinkyada White Rice Pasta

Ancient Harvest Quinoa Pasta
Thai Kitchen Rice Noodles


Rudi's Gluten Free Bread                                                  Udi's Gluten Free Bread                      Schar Gluten Free Bread


Rudi's Brand Multigrain Hot Dog Buns
Rudi's Brand Multigrain Hamburger Buns


                                                                       Kinnikinnick Brand Tapioca Rice New York Style Bagels

Pizza Crust

                                                                                 Rudi's Brand Pizza Crust (ready to use)


                                                                         Kinnikinnick Brand Cookies Made With Rice Flour

Top Ramen Alternatives

Thai Kitchen Brand Instant Rice Soup
Simply Asian Brand Instant Rice Soup

Pancake Mix

                                                                               Bisquick Brand Gluten Free Pancake Mix


                                                                                   Vans Wheat Frozen Toaster Waffles
Note: Most gluten free frozen toaster waffles work just fine, remember to look at the ingredients though.

Snack Foods

Costco Rice Masters Brand Crackers
Mary's Gone Crackers
Mary's Glutino Pretzel Sticks
Pirate's Booty
Tortilla Chips

Potato Chips


Rice Chex
Corn Chex
Rice Krispies
Corn Flakes

Cheerios (original)

Store Suggestions

Now that I've shown you all that great stuff, you're probably wondering, "Where the heck can I buy it? D:" Well, today's your lucky day - I made a list of well known stores!

- WinCo (recommended because we found our Nut Thins & sunbutter there.)

- Albertsons

- Fred Meyer (this is where we go to get Rudi's and Udi's)

- Safeway (Rudi's and Udi's in the freezer section)

- Costco

- Marlene's

- Whole Foods

- G.F. Joes

- Shop N Kart

- Trader Joe's