Trader Joe’s Gluten Free Bread

This Trader Joe’s gluten free bread is widely considered the best gluten free white bread out there. It has a a pleasant texture to it, unlike a lot of the gluten free breads on the market. Whether you toast it or just make a turkey sandwich with it, it holds up pretty well. I haven’t had many gluten free breads so it’s difficult to compare, but this is certainly a better value and has better ingredients than many of the name brands on the market today. My friends that eat gluten free tell me this bread is all about the consistency of it before its toasted, and apparently this performs way better than most. Some of the ingredients in TJ’s gluten free white bread include potato flour, egg whites, brown rice flour and tapioca starch………….

  • 60 calories per slice
  • Net Weight: 12 oz
  • Comes in other gluten free varieties like whole grain and cinnamon raisin

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Gluten Free Bread at Trader Joe’s

There was a time it was very difficult to find gluten free bread on the supermarket shelves, and there certainly was not options like cinnamon raisin. As usual, TJ’s has cornered the niche gluten free market, just like they’ve done with fantastic vegan products. What are everyone’s favorite gluten free items at Trader Joe’s? Are there any gluten free foods that you wish Trader Joe’s carried or that they discontinued? I get frustrated when products get rotated in and out, but I can’t imagine what a bummer it must be if you rely on certain gluten free products only to see them disappear. How do meatballs made with gluten free breadcrumbs turn out for those that have made them before? I may have to try a recipe soon. If you can’t make it to TJs in person, check these other options out….

Schar Gluten Free Artisan Baker White Bread, 2 Count

BFree Foods Bake at Home Gluten Free Baguettes -bread – Par Baked Baguettes – 2 Per Pack, 7.76 Ounce

Price: $4.49

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14 thoughts on “Trader Joe’s Gluten Free Bread

  1. This bread is my favorite gluten free bread! I’ve tried other brands but the Trader Joe’s one is the best. I’ve had some gluten free breads fall apart pretty easily, but this one doesn’t. It goes great in the toaster with some peanut butter.

  2. Toasted with some homemade peanut butter & you’ll forget it’s gluten free. I always enjoy the GF breads that have Tapioca starch as a main ingredient. It just sits better with me

  3. Why does your gluten free multigrain bread list 0 fiber but white g.f. hamburger buns have 2 grams? One of the main reasons to choose multigrain is for the fiber.

  4. I had the hamburger rolls ordered a mcdonalds burger used trader joes hamburger rolls tasted great and no bad effects

  5. Trader Joe’s Gluten Free Breads are the best. Sadly I have to drive an hour to the nearest TJ’s location to buy it. I’ve been experimenting with GF recipes and nothing come’s close to TJ’s. Is there a way to order it online?

  6. The TJ’s Gluten Free Cinnamon Raisin bread was my absolute Favorite G-F bread I have had. Now I can’t find it my my local Trader Joe’s in Naperville, Illinois. Have you discontinued it? I hope not! Please bring it back if so!!! Thank you!

  7. too bad bread has eggs in it
    I am having a hard time finding any gluten free bread, other than
    BFREE, which does not have eggs in it

  8. Trader Joe’s are by far the BEST on of the best GF bagels I have ever tasted. So glad I tried them. (Best GF fresh are from NYC, but can’t go there everyday!)

  9. I have tried many brands and TJ gluten free once toasted tastes great. I have not tried it without toasting it. Their muffins are great as well. My only complaint would be the very small slice size.

  10. The Trader Joe’s white gluten free bread was my go to. Now they have changed the ingredients and I suspect the baker. No longer great. Toast is almost UN eatable. It is nice that the slices are bigger but this trade off is just not acceptable.

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