There's no better time to enjoy your favorite gluten-free fall products, now that it's officially the first day of fall! Everyone is craving pumpkin and apple-flavored treats, and these are the products you have to try!
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With the autumn air comes our desire for baking and cooking comfort foods that remind us of special times and fall fun with friends and family. While the holiday season may look different this year, we can definitely enjoy some delicious, fall-themed gluten-free products to keep us going - especially here in New England!
In this post, you'll find delicious local fall products here in the Boston area, plus plenty of recommendations for products you can find online through Amazon, at your grocery store, and Trader Joe's!
It's time to break out the boots, go apple picking, and get ready for autumn with these gluten-free fall products!
Best Gluten-Free Products For Fall
- Best Gluten-Free Products For Fall
- Boston Area Gluten-Free Favorites
- Fall Hard Ciders
- Trader Joe's Gluten-Free Fall Products
- Gluten-Free Fall Products On Amazon
Boston Area Gluten-Free Favorites
These products can be found at Boston area restaurants, bakeries, and farm stands during the fall season. Some are available online, and others are only available in stores. Be sure to read the description under each for details, especially if you live out of state!
Pumpkin Cheesecake Brownies
The SWEETEST gluten-free fall treat is a pumpkin cheesecake brownie from Gluten-Free Territory! If you haven't tried these, you may in fact cry when you eat one. Combining the delicious flavors of pumpkin, cheesecake, and a fudgy brownie all into one is a genius idea from this New Hampshire dedicated gluten-free and nut-free bakery. Barbara and Arielle are incredible!
Where To Find Them
Gluten-Free Territory products can be found at specialty grocery stores all over New England, or you can have these beauties shipped to your door! All of their products are able to be shipped right here in the USA. Visit their website or follow them on Instagram to learn more about their delicious baked goods.
For more information about gluten-free dining in New Hampshire, be sure to read this celiac travel guide!
Apple Cider & Pumpkin Donuts
Here in New England, donuts are one of the best aspects of the fall season here in New England!
My dear friend Molly runs Freedom Gluten-Free Donuts, a dedicated gluten-free bakery serving up classic donuts flavors that are gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free, nut-free, and kosher! Their apple cider and pumpkin spice donuts are a must-have every fall season. Thanks to Freedom, you won't miss out on this tradition!
Where To Find Them
Freedom donuts are found on Amazon and can be shipped right to your door! You can also find them at Sprouts and local markets & specialty stores around the Boston area. For more information about Freedom, check out their website, or visit their Instagram.
Other Gluten-Free Donuts
Something Sweet Without Wheat makes apple cider donuts that are sold (in sealed packages) at some apple orchards & farms on the North Shore, including Russell Orchards in Ipswich, and Smolak Farms in North Andover. Kane's Donuts has 12 rotating flavors of gluten-free donuts available in stores at their locations in Boston and Saugus, and they also ship!
Cupcakes & Scones
Crave Cafe & Bakery in Beverly & Salem, Massachusetts is the best spot for breakfast sandwiches and cupcakes. Almost everything in their cafe is gluten-free, and the owners' mother had celiac disease. These guys get gluten-free, and they get it RIGHT. It's my favorite place in our area!
Every fall, they feature seasonal cupcakes, like pumpkin spice and caramel apple crisp! Be warned: you'll be addicted to these cupcakes in no time. They are incredible!
Where To Find Them
Crave is located in downtown Beverly, Massachusetts. Unfortunately, their items are only available in person, so be sure to stop here when you're on the North Shore! Check their website and Instagram for the latest updates on their fall products.
Twist Bakery & Cafe is a dedicated gluten-free bakery & cafe serving delicious sandwiches, salads, paninis, and a plethora of baked goods! They always have delicious fall-themed treats, like maple bacon and pumpkin scones with ginger glaze. You can also find cupcakes, whoopie pies, and other delicious autumn desserts, like CINNAMON ROLLS! With icing!
Where To Find Them
Twist has two locations: Millis and Burlington. Their foods are only available in person, and they currently have outdoor seating for orders to dine-in or pick up. Visit their website to learn more about their menu offerings & dining options, or check out their Instagram. Be mindful, they are subject to change.
Fall Hard Ciders
Hard cider is naturally gluten-free, making it an easy choice for those with celiac disease or who follow a gluten-free diet. New England is home to lots of apple orchards, and cider is very popular. These two cider drinks are beloved on the North Shore and in Boston!
Downeast Cider House: Pumpkin Blend
Downeast Cider House is a cider company local to Boston. All of their ciders are gluten-free, and their pumpkin cider is a mixture of pumpkin and chai flavors, two quintessential fall tastes!
Where To Find Them
Their tasting room is located in East Boston, where you can also buy kegs, growlers, and cans of their cider, but you can also find Downeast cider all over the country. Check out their website and use the "Store Locator" feature to see what liquor stores or supermarkets carry it. I've found Downeast at my local liquor store, Total Wine, and Trader Joe's.
*Please note, while normally Downeast offers tours and tastings in their taproom, their policies have changed due to recent events. Check their website for the latest information or follow along on Instagram to stay up to date!
Far From The Tree: Apple of my Chai
The ultimate fall cider: Apple of my Chai!
Far From The Tree opened in 2015 and has quickly become an exciting spot here in Salem. This cider evolved from a previous flavor at Far From The Tree called Ember, which had chai flavors and a smoky taste. It tasted like a campfire! The staff reinvented it with more chai and less smoke, to create Apple of my Chai! It's my all-time favorite flavor, and I look forward to it every fall.
Where To Find Them
If you can't make it to the patio of Far From The Tree here in Salem this fall, their ciders can be found in liquor stores in New England, and they also ship! For more information about Far From The Tree, check out their website or follow them on Instagram.
These are only two local ciders with fall flavors. There are lots of other tasty cider brands, like Angry Orchard, Woodchuck, and Bantam that have a variety of cider too! Let me know your favorite local ciders in the comments!
Trader Joe's Gluten-Free Fall Products
Trader Joe's list of gluten-free food items only grows in the fall season! I've always been thankful that Trader Joe's can provide us with tasty snacks and pantry items without gluten.
Please note that not everything at Trader Joe's is gluten-free, but they do have an extensive list of gluten-free items. You can find that list here.
Note that while other TJ's foods/drinks may not contain gluten ingredients, they may be processed on the same lines. If you are extremely sensitive, practice due diligence by only eating what is best for you. You can also call Trader Joe's for more detailed answers about their factory policies.
Remember, TJ's doesn't ship or offer grocery delivery - you have to get their products in person, or have someone buy them and send them to you!
Here are a few favorite Trader Joe's items just in time for fall!
Gluten-Free Pumpkin Spice Bagels
The most coveted and popular gluten-free fall treat, and the best pumpkin product: Trader Joe's gluten-free pumpkin spice bagels! THE QUEEN! When these bagels came on the scene last fall, those of us who follow a gluten-free diet lost our freaking minds!
These bagels. Are. The. Best. I've never had a more perfect pumpkin-flavored product - it's just the right amount of spice, with the hearty taste of pumpkin. Have them toasted, or just warm them in the microwave for five seconds, you'll most likely have two in one sitting. They are just that good - especially with cream cheese!
Due to Trader Joe's popularity in the fall, and the fact that these bagels were such a hot item, they sell out quickly. Make sure you call ahead to your local TJ's to ask about what products are in stock. If you don't see them on the shelf, ask them to check in the back. And finally, go early, or in the off hours! Don't go at peak times!
Ingredients Disclosure: Contains Egg.
Gluten-Free Pumpkin Bread & Muffin Mix
While you COULD make delicious gluten-free pumpkin bread from scratch (like this recipe right here!), sometimes having a mix already made is easier. And that's where this pumpkin bread mix comes into play! All you need is water, oil, and eggs to make tasty pumpkin bread or 12 pumpkin muffins. Everything goes into one bowl, you mix together, and bake. Simple, easy, and delicious!
Ingredients Disclosure: May contain traces of milk & soy.
Gluten-Free Pumpkin Pancake Mix
Pancakes are delicious year-round for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. But with the addition of pumpkin, you have an autumn-themed pancake mix that begs for maple syrup! All you need is an egg, butter, and water to make these flapjacks. They are on the sweet side, so you might need even need a lot of syrup!
Ingredient Disclosure: Contains Milk. May contain traces of egg, soy, coconut, pecans, almonds, sesame.
Okay, one more pumpkin item! Pumpkin butter, like apple butter, is more of a concentrated pumpkin spread. It's made with pumpkin, sugar, honey, lemon juice concentrate, cinnamon, cloves, ginger, and nutmeg. Serve it over ice cream, on toast, stuff it inside a gluten-free pastry, or use it for pumpkin soup. The possibilities are endless!
Note: Trader Joe's has other gluten-free fall products available, like maple kettle corn popcorn, pumpkin spice granola, and even freshly baked muffins! Tell me your favorite Trader Joe's gluten-free fall product in the comments below!
Gluten-Free Fall Products On Amazon
Amazon has become a great source of gluten-free products to the celiac community. And with their partnership with Whole Foods, there's a lot available for us! These are a few fall favorites of gluten-free products you can find on Amazon. Don't forget that Freedom Donuts are on Amazon, too!
Goodie Girl Pumpkin Pie Sandwich Cookies
Goodie Girl has been bringing us amazing gluten-free cookies - and this flavor is next level! You can find it right here on Amazon or sometimes at your local TJ Maxx/Marshalls.
Fall Themed Larabars
Larabars are a great choice for fall hikes, outings, and excursions. Sometimes you just need a granola bar in your bag to keep you going! Larabar features great flavors year-round, like pecan pie, cinnamon roll, and apple pie, but in the fall, they offer pumpkin pie, gingerbread, and snickerdoodle!
Tate's Gluten-Free Ginger Cookies
If you've had Tate's gluten-free chocolate chip cookies, make sure you try their ginger ones too! This bakery from the Hamptons on Long Island has a dedicated gluten-free facility for their gluten-free cookie production. These cookies are crispy and sweet - with the chocolate chip being the most popular. However, their other famous flavor is a ginger zinger, a great flavor combo for fall!
Curious about other gluten-free products available on Amazon? Check out all of my favorite gluten-free products for snacking, baking, traveling, and more.
Those are some of my favorite gluten-free fall products!
What are your favorite gluten-free fall products?
Let me know what I should add to this list in the comments below!