I love the fall because some of my favorite gluten-free brands come out delicious fall-themed products. My gluten-free favorite fall finds post contains affiliate links. Please see my disclosures.
I love fall. The season engages all your senses. You feel the crisp, cool air, see the leaves changing color, and smell the pumpkin spice in the air wherever you go.
In this post, I’ll share with you my gluten-free favorite fall finds. I hope you enjoy these products as much as I do!
Birch Benders Pumpkin Spice Paleo Pancake Mix
I had the treasured opportunity to meet the Birch Benders team and tour their offices earlier this year. While there, I snagged a package of their Pumpkin Spice Paleo Pancake Mix. This smells incredible and tastes even better.
I add 1/4 cup of pumpkin puree to my batter for an extra pumpkiny experience (and more fiber, too).
Pumpkin Spice Soup by Medlie
Medlie (formerly known as Zupa Noma) makes this flavorful pumpkin spice ready-to-sip cold soup that you must try. It’s a limited edition soup – so it’s only available in the fall.
This smooth blend of pumpkin, squash, pumpkin seeds, and seasonal spices like ginger, cinnamon and sage is a wonderful way to fuel your body. Best of all, it’s Whole30 compliant (as are all Medlie soups) so sip away and know that there’s no sugar, soy, dairy, gluten or any of that stuff you can’t have.
I have not been able to find these in a store near me, but shopping online is so easy. Use my coupon code, GOODFORYOU, to get 15% off and have it delivered straight to your doorstep – sweet!
Pumpkin Beer by Holidaily
I feel so lucky to have a dedicated gluten-free brewery here in Colorado (just outside of Denver).
The brewery is called Holidaily Brewing Company, a company that continues to impress me with the addition of its new limited edition Patchy Waters Pumpkin Ale beer.
Sorry to break it to you, but Holidaily is only available in Colorado (for now). If you’re lucky enough to live close by, don’t let the opportunity to grab a cold, gluten-free pumpkin beer pass you by. Cheers to our beautiful state and gluten-free pumpkin beer!
Red Apple Lipstick
I think it’s time to treat yourself to a new lip color for the fall, don’t you?
If you agree, I recommend Red Apple Lipstick’s Magic Moment lipgloss. It’s minty, offers a slight hint of color, and offers fabulous shimmer to make your lips shine and feel great this fall. Best of all, all RAL lip products are certified gluten free.
Shop exclusively on the Red Apple Lipstick website.
Speaking of delicious, gluten-free bars, this Whole30-approved limited edition Pumpkin Spice bar by RXBar tastes just like pumpkin pie – I’m not joking! I bought a bunch of them at Whole Foods last week, but you can also find them on Amazon.
Boulder Organic’s Autumn Squash Soup
I honestly can’t get enough of Boulder Organic Soup – all their soups are made with fresh, real ingredients and are totally gluten-free. My only wish is they weren’t so darn expensive! (I know, you get what you pay for and quality is a priority at Boulder Organic).
Boulder Organic releases its Autumn Squash soup in the fall and let me tell you, it is yummy! You can find it at Whole Foods or search for where to buy it here.
I had the opportunity to meet JJ – of JJ’s Sweets – a few months ago at a New Hope blogger event. I’ve always loved JJ’s original Cocomel Bites; they are deliciously sinful.
JJ’s has come out with some new seasonal fall flavors, including Cinnamon Spice Cocomel Bites and Gingerbread coconut milk caramels. One word: Yummy!
JJ’s Cocomels are free from gluten, dairy and GMOs and are available on Amazon.
Made in Nature Apricots in the Buff
Made in Nature also is a Colorado brand that makes so many delicious products made from real ingredients and minimal processing. I buy Made in Nature dried mangos and figs all the time – and now I’m hooked on MIN’s dried apricots, too. There’s just something about apricots that feel like fall to me.
You can purchase Apricots in the Buff on Amazon.
Justin’s Peanut Butter Cup Minis
I also got to meet Justin of Justin’s at a New Hope blogger event. I learned that Justin worked really hard to get his business off the ground – using chutzpah to impress buyers and get his product in the hands of customers.
These Justin’s minis pictured below definitely make me think of fall… specifically Halloween! I also think these minis are magical because as soon as I spot them in my pantry, poof, they disappear. You can purchase them on Amazon – enjoy!
Four Points Bar
I had the pleasure of meeting Kevin Webber, the founder of Four Points Bar a few years ago when he was demo-ing his product at a local REI. I invited him to contribute product to the goody bags for a blogger conference I’m planning for the Denver Bloggers Club.
He sent me a variety of flavors, but one stood out to me: Trailhead Ginger Bread. This energy bar contains dried plums, figs, blackstrap molasses, ginger, cinnamon and cloves – yum! I took a bite and it has a strong ginger flavor, which I love! Get ’em on Amazon.
I hope the fall sticks around long enough for you to enjoy all my gluten-free favorite fall finds.
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