Looking for gluten-free options that don’t contain cruelly produced ingredients, such as eggs and dairy that are taken from moms and their babies? We’re here to help. With this list, you don’t have to worry about scanning the labels for any ingredients that were stolen from an animal because all the brands are vegan. Plus, a lot of them are gluten-free—so your next shopping trip will be a lot easier.
Whether you eat gluten-free because of a gluten or wheat allergy or you want to introduce your celiac friend to vegan food, this list is for you.
These brands are 100% vegan and gluten-free,* so shop away.
Although wheat gluten is a common ingredient in some vegan meat, a number of brands are turning to gluten-free protein sources. For example, this company uses pea protein as the base for its vegan meat, so you’re good to grab any of the options. Its products are also non-GMO and soy-free.
For pasta, polenta, and quinoa, Ancient Harvest has you covered. Try the lentil pastas for added protein.
Find Before the Butcher’s meatless grounds, burgers, and chicken patties online at GTFO It’s Vegan. Its products are also used in MingsBings hand-held vegan pockets.
Known for its dairy-free cheeses, Daiya also offers a number of frozen products, including gluten-free pizzas, flatbreads, and “cheezecakes.”
This allergen-free company offers a variety of planted-based cheese shreds, slices, and wedges. Since no baby cows were separated from their loving mothers for this cheese, you can snack guilt-free.
The ready-to-eat or ready-to-heat options from this tofu-centric brand include an eggless scramble, noodles, and organic extra-firm tofu.
For a vegan and gluten-free take on a traditional Chinese snack, stock up on these frozen plant-powered pockets at your local store.
The butters, cream cheeses, and other vegan cheese options from this brand are gluten-free—so try them all.
Whether you pick up this brand’s oat milk, frozen desserts, or yogurt, you can shop comfortably knowing that all its products are vegan and certified gluten-free.
This company’s shelf-stable mixes, crumbles, taco grounds, and chili make it easy to keep protein-rich meals on hand.
Look for the gluten-free products from these vegan brands for even more options.
Most of the products from this popular brand are pea-protein based. You’ll need to avoid the steak and chicken options because they contain wheat.
This brand chose compassion back in 1970. You won’t find any disgusting dairy or stolen eggs in any of its goods. Luckily, this vegan staple’s spreads, shreds, slices, and dressings are gluten-free, too.
Besides the filled pasta, all of Kite Hill’s vegan dairy products, which include sour cream, yogurt, and cream cheese, are gluten-free.
Not all of Lightlife’s products are gluten-free. But its Smart Dogs use soy and pea protein instead of wheat gluten or the flesh of intelligent and playful pigs.
This meal-delivery service also sells frozen products at several grocery store chains. Two of its frozen meals are gluten-free, and the company’s subscription portion offers gluten-free options.
Thanks to these brands and many others, finding vegan and gluten-free goodies is simpler than ever. Food allergies or sensitivities can no longer stand in the way of shopping and snacking compassionately. Start shopping, and remember that you have the power to help make the world a better place by leaving animals off your plate. Always be sure to check labels, and keep an eye out for logos indicating that products are certified gluten-free or vegan.
*Recipes and production facilities may change, so always check the labels of products before purchasing them.