Gluten Free Food in the ‘Normal’ Aisles

15th April 2020
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This guide includes a couple of product finds in the “normal” aisle of various supermarkets, that would be easy to miss because they definitely don’t sound like they’d be gluten free!! For example, would you ever pick up Sainsbury’s normal aisle Crispy Beef?!! Now you will 😉

Its in ALPHABETICAL order – Aldi, Asda, Coop, Lidl, Marks, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Waitrose. And its split into SAVOURY & SWEET.

AS ALWAYS – please check the ingredients yourself too – this is accurate at the time of writing but recipes change!! The Coeliac UK app is the easiest way to check if you’re not confident with reading labels – click here for my guide on how to use it.

NOTE ON CEREALS: Most of the own brand cereals I have included in this list contain barley malt extract but I have ONLY included the safe ones, approved by Coeliac UK. You only need to avoid them if you have a totally seperate barley allergy. >Confused or want to read more on barley, click here.



  • Sausage Patties
  • Tempura Fish Goujons
  • Tempura Chicken
  • Sweet Potato Burgers
  • Whitebait
  • Garlic and Herb Pork Schnitzel
  • Naked Fishcakes
  • “One Pot” hotpots
  • Breaded ham
  • Pesto Gnocchi (not pictured)
  • Teriyaki Beef Stir Fry (not pictured)
  • Loads of ready meals – they seem to be changing all the time!


  • Chocolate Truffles (like lindt red truffle balls, but gluten free!)
  • Choc’ums (like smarties, but gluten free!)
  • Lees Snowballs
  • Tons of Crisps – from bacon rashers to cheese puffs (see the pics below!)



  • Fresh Italian Gnocchi
  • Fresh Hash Brown Bites
  • Bubble and Squeak Frittata & Chicken and Pepper Frittata
  • Chinese Chicken Curry
  • Tikka Massala
  • Chicken & Prawn Paella
  • Chip Shop Curry Flavoured Rice
  • Truffle Mac and Cheese Topped Burgers
  • Cereals: Corn Flakes, Honey Nut Corn Flakes, Frosted Flakes, Rice Snaps (*see “Note on Cereals” at the top of this blog post)



  • Sweet & Sour Ready Meal
  • Chicken Jalfrazi & Pilau Rice
  • Chicken Korma & Rice
  • Chicken Pakoras
  • Bombay Potatoes
  • Massive range of fish options – from Haddock Goujons to Fishcakes


  • Crisps – thought I’d highlight this because they always have flavours you’d never expect to be gluten free. Pics show two of my favs



  • Massive range of crisps that aren’t usually gluten free (see pics below)
  • 3 types of cereal bars

Marks & Spencer


  • Teriyaki Beef Stir Fry
  • Slow Cooked BBQ Beef Brisket
  • Melting Cheesy Bites
  • Dim Sum
  • Oyster Sauce
  • Chicken Pakoras


  • Milk and Cookies Chocolate Spread
  • Hot Chocolate Fudge Pudding
  • Milk, White and Dark Chocolate Brownies



  • Satay stir fry sauce
  • Taco kit
  • “Made to share” jackfruit mini hot dogs
  • No moo zarella sticks (vegan range)
  • Corn Flakes, Honey Nut Corn Flakes, Frosted Flakes, Rice Crackles (*see “Note on Cereals” at the top of this blog post)


  • Texan Bbq Tortilla Rolls



  • Crispy Chilli Beef
  • Loads of the “love your meat & veg” and “love your veg” range (see pics)
  • Hot & Sour King Prawn Noodle Bowl
  • Lamb Tagine with Moroccan Sauce
  • Chicken & Prawn Paella
  • Lemon Chicken Sauce
  • Onion Bhajis
  • Buckwheat Pasta


  • Cake frostings!



  • Takeaway range – onion bhajis, tikka, prawn crackers
  • Fresh Plum & Hoisin Sauce
  • Fresh Teriyaki Sauce
  • Fresh Sweet and Sour Sauce
  • Taco Kit
  • Ready-made Sushi (even the soy is gf!)
  • Crumbed Ham
  • Mozzarella Sticks
  • Katsu Chicken Bread
  • Brown Rice Pasta
  • Cereals: Corn Flakes, Honey Nut, Frosted Flakes, Rice Snaps (*see “Note on Cereals” at the top of this blog post)


  • Daime Chocolate Cake
  • Cheese Balls Crisps



  • Slow Cooked BBQ Pork Shoulder
  • Vegan Cocktail Sausages
  • Rice Pops
  • Cereals: Rice Pops, Corn Flakes (*see “Note on Cereals” at the top of this blog post)

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