If you’re looking for a fun way to experience the gluten-free diet, these 10+ subscription boxes will introduce you to new foods, new experiences, and new recipes. The subscription boxes in this article have been carefully selected, and only the subscription boxes that I think are the best have been included. This article contains affiliate links. Please see my disclosures.
Whether you have celiac disease or gluten intolerance, or you can’t eat gluten, a protein found in wheat, rye, barley, and sometimes oats, for another reason, you might be looking for new products, recipes, and experiences to try each month that celebrate your newfound diet.
In this article, I share 10+ of my favorite gluten-free subscription boxes that will help you master the gluten-free diet and have a little fun along the way.
Hint! These gluten-free subscription boxes also make the perfect holiday or birthday gift for the gluten-free person in your life.
Please comment below to share your thoughts on which gluten-free subscription box you’d like to try, have tried, or recommend I add to this list.
(1) Love Me Gluten Free
Love Me Gluten Free is a new gluten-free subscription box company launched by the founder of Good For Gluten Free that is filled with delicious snacks and products made with better-for-you and clean ingredients.
The beautiful box includes carefully curated products from trusted gluten-free brands that deeply care about the gluten-free community. You’ll find everything from pasta and baking mixes to ready-to-eat gluten-free meals and healthy snacks inside to allow you to sample a variety of products, not just snack items. You’ll find savory snacks, sweet treats, and a variety of products you can bake and cook with.
Each month includes products curated around a different theme and a mystery gift to help you display your gluten-free pride.
The founder of Love Me Gluten Free (yours truly) has celiac disease and lives and breathes the gluten-free lifestyle, so you can be certain that the products inside the box are safe, trustworthy, and carefully selected!
Join the Love Me Gluten Free VIP mail list to be the first to know when the company launches! Limited quantities will be available.
Watch for Love Me Gluten Free’s specialty boxes, such as a College Box and Welcome to Celiac Box – coming soon!
(2) Little GF Chefs
Little GF Chefs is the most adorable of all the gluten-free subscription boxes available today.
Each month, the company will send you a kid-friendly baking kit so you can enjoy making and eating fun treats with the gluten-free kiddo in your life.
You’ll enjoy making anything from fun cut-out cookies and unicorn donuts to confetti cake pops, rainbow pop-tarts, and pizza. The company introduces new baking kits periodically to keep it fun and exciting year-round.
Gluten-free blogger Jereanne Zann founded Little GF Chefs to help kids with celiac and gluten intolerance “build confidence.”
I had the opportunity to try several Little GF Chefs baking kits with my teen daughter. Even though she’s older, we still had a blast making and eating unicorn donuts and animal crackers.
Order a single kit or sign up for a 3, 6, or 12-month subscription at Little GF Chefs. Use the code “goodforyou” for 10% off any subscription.
(3) Green Chef
Green Chef is a wonderful monthly subscription service that will send you everything you need to create delicious gluten-free meals every week.
With a Green Chef subscription, you’ll receive a delicious recipe and all the ingredients to make that recipe.
What sets Green Chef apart from the other meal subscription services is that it’s the first (and only one I’m aware of) meal subscription service to be certified gluten-free. The company’s is certified by the Gluten Intolerance Group’s Gluten-Free Food Service (GFFS) program.
I had the opportunity to try a week’s worth of Green Chef meals. They were all so tasty and fun to make, and I highly recommend them if you love making a fresh meal but don’t have time to meal plan, shop, and prep. (Read my full review in Gluten-Free Meal Kits by Green Chef: Reviewed by a Nutritional Professional with Celiac Disease.)
Please visit Green Chef online to learn more or sign up for a Green Chef subscription.
Photo: Prepping the Tumeric-Spiced Chicken for tonight’s Green Chef meal.
Urthbox is another gluten-free subscription box to help you sample and discover new brands and products. The company sends a box of gluten-free snacks to your doorstep each month.
Most boxes include products from little-known brands or new products from known brands. Many of the products can’t be found at big box stores, making discovering and trying new brands exciting.
Do I always love every product in each box? No, not really. Especially when there are tons of bars (blech) and powdery energy drinks that I usually toss. But I do sometimes discover something new and different, which makes it fun.
Please note that Urthbox is not a gluten-free subscription box, per se. It’s a snack box, and the company happens to have a “gluten-free” box option, as well as a vegan snack box option, too. The gluten-free box doesn’t include products curated specifically for its gluten-free box; rather, it includes products that Urthbox has acquired for its other boxes that happen to be gluten-free.
Photo: Here’s a look inside the July 2023 Urthbox.
(5) Bread Srsly
Calling all sourdough lovers. Did you know that you can get loaves of gluten-free sourdough bread delivered to your doorstep each week or month via a Bread Srsly subscription?
Start by selecting your favorite gluten-free sourdough bread, then hit “Subscribe and Save” and choose your delivery frequency. Once you subscribe, you’ll automatically save 15% on your monthly order.
Bread Srsly is based in San Francisco and bakes all loaves to order. It will be fresh and delicious when it arrives on your doorstep.
(6) Gluten-Free Baking Club for Kids
Another great baking club and subscription box for kids is the Gluten-Free Baking Club for Kids by Paola Anna Miget, a blogger and cookbook author at Stay Gluten Free. Paula creates a safe and inclusive space for young bakers to learn and explore the world of gluten-free baking.
Like Little GF Chefs, the Gluten-Free Baking Club will send you a box with supplies to make that month’s baking inspiration, whether it be ugly sweater cookies for the holidays or fun cake pops.
The subscription also includes digital resources, including live and recorded baking classes, to create a sense of community among its members. It makes a great gift for the gluten-free kiddo in your life who loves to bake.
SnackSack is a snack discovery box (like UrthBox) and can be customized to be gluten-free.
A SnackSack subscription includes 11-15 fresh snacks, a SnackSack tote bag, and the opportunity to try new brands and products each month. If you need a constant replenishment of snacks for road trips, this monthly snack box is the one for you!
You can subscribe online in just a few clicks – easy!
Photo: A sample SnackSack; photo by SnackSack.
(8) College Care Packages
College Care Packages is another company that offers a snack-only care package for college students known as a Snack Attack box. Its boxes are filled with different snacks that college students will enjoy, including Goldfish, ramen, and bags of cookies and fruit snacks – a lot of products you can buy in bulk at Costco or Sam’s Club.
They offer a gluten-free box by request. However, like Urthbox, this snack box was not carefully curated for gluten-free people; it’s just filled with gluten-free-labeled foods. And I must add that it’s far from being a healthy snack box, especially if you want to give your college student fuel for their brain.
(9) GF Goodys
GF Goodys is a subscription box for gluten-free kids who love snacking. Each box is filled with kid-friendly products that are labeled gluten-free.
I haven’t sampled one of the boxes, but inside some of the boxes shown on the website, I spotted brands like Fruity Pepples, Pirates Booty, Skittles, Siete, Annie’s, Schr, Dum-Dums, OREO, and KIND bars, to name a few. Most of these brands you can find at your local grocery store or Costco and may contain artificial flavors and colors.
(10) Hungry Root
Hungry Root delivers weekly boxes of healthy convenience foods that you can use to make various inspiring, delicious dishes.
Some might say the subscription box replaces meal planning, grocery shopping, meal prepping, and recipe finding at once!
All of the items included in a Hungry Root subscription box can be made gluten-free, and you can make the dishes according to the provided recipes or mix and match ingredients to make your own creations.
Use the code HR15 to get 15% off two Hungry Root boxes.
I haven’t tried ButcherBox personally because I don’t eat a ton of meat, but so many of my friends have and love it.
ButcherBox allows you to choose specific cuts of meat and seafood and then delivers those proteins to your doorstep each month.
ButcherBox comes in two sizes to accommodate large and small families. Choose from the “Classic,” which includes 9-14 lbs of meat, or the “Big,” which contains 18-26 lbs of meat.
All ButcherBox beef is 100% grass-fed and grass-finished, all chicken is organic, and all fish is wild-caught. All products are humanely raised.
(12) Gluten-Free Jerky Box
For jerky enthusiasts, I recommend trying a curated selection of delicious gluten-free jerky each month.
The company will send you six different flavors of jerky each month and constantly adds new flavors and different brands to its vast jerky collection.
For French macaron lovers, Pastreez offers a macaron subscription box with one dozen seasonal macarons made daily by French Chefs in California.
Sign up for a Pastreez monthly French macaron subscription on the CrateJoy website.
(14) Tea Subscription by Sips By
You’ll love getting a Sips By tea subscription if you love tea. Each month, the company sends you a carefully curated box of teas to try. Tea is naturally gluten-free, and Sips By ensures the teas match the taste and preferences you specify in your “taste profile.”
Discontinued Gluten-Free Subscription Boxes
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- Little GF Chefs Review: Best Gluten-Free Baking Kits for Kids
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