Gluten-Free Lunch Box Finds

I was very excited to find a couple of things while at Costco the other day. Last summer, I found some Fruit Roll-Ups called Simply Fruit at Target, and bought a box. I was bummed when I went back for more and could not find them… anywhere! I was starting to think I had imagined the whole thing because I could not even find them online!

Well, as I was approaching the checkout line at Costco, I looked up and there they were!

No artificial colors!! Yea! 🙂

For a complete list of General Mills Gluten-Free products (OVER 200!!), click here.

By the way, Kim over at Gluten-Free Is Life made a post of a Betty Crocker Gluten-Free Dessert Mix sale going on at Click here to check out Kim’s post. The sale prices are valid until February, 28, 2010. I am going to stock up because I start my next cake decorating class this week!!

Speaking of Kim and her blog, Gluten-Free is Life, you really should subscribe to her blog. Kim is my go-to source for a lot of gluten-free product and restaurant reviews. I do not do near the volume of reviews that Kim does since my blog is mostly recipe based. Kim also writes the gluten-free column for the Columbus (Ohio) version of the Examiner. Kim also now writes for! And I thought I was busy… 😀

Getting back on track…

I also found some cute little pepperoni’s!

Okay, it is not exactly a “healthy” food choice… so we will be using it as a once a week treat, rather than an everyday staple! 😉 The Hormel Pepperoni Mini’s come in a 17-ounce package at Costco and cost $6.79 each. I bought a couple and put them in my deep freezer to thaw out as needed!

Now if only I could find the Hormel Pepperoni Mini’s in the Snack Pacs!

For a complete list of Hormel’s Gluten-Free Products, click here.

3 Responses

  1. Thanks for linking my blog! Those fruit wraps look decent!

  2. Kim: I seem to be seeing you everywhere these days! You are doing such a great service for all of us on the GF diet. So I am the one that owes you a great big thank you! 🙂

  3. […] The problem with the bottom container is the limited space.  I tried putting other beverages in the container, but it can get crowded very fast!  The Fruit Roll-Up is a version called “Simply Fruit,” all fruit, no artificial colorings and a familiar Fruit Roll-Up package. I found a big box of these at Costco. […]

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