If you are on a gluten-free diet, then you are going to want to check out this post with the 16 Best Gluten-Free Healthy Walmart Finds! This list is great for anyone who is on a budget but needs to be on a gluten free diet. 

best gluten free walmart finds

This isn’t a sponsored post, but just my experience with shopping at what is the most popular store in America. Maybe you thought I only shopped only health food stores or farmers’ markets, but that’s just not the case. I like a good deal as well as anyone, and, besides, the Walmart store in my community is easy to get to and has lots of parking (win, win).

You will no doubt find different products in your local Walmart (and the prices might be different from what you see in my photos depending on when you’re reading this post), but I’m hoping this virtual tour of what I found will inspire you to look on your shelves a little more closely. Let’s get shopping!!!

Note: this post was originally published in 2018, but I’ve updated it in 2020. Please note that some product selections and prices may have changed since when I took the photos.

16 Gluten Free Healthy Finds at Walmart

1. Rolled oats

Oats are great to have around the house, especially for breakfast, such as my Carrot Cake Oatmeal or Zucchini Bread Oatmeal.

gluten free oats walmart

2. Frozen fruit

dole frozen fruit package

I always have frozen fruit in my freezer for smoothies, such as my Collard Green Smoothie or my Peanut Butter Smoothie.

3. Bananas

Banana are great for snacks or healthy dessert recipes like my Banana Oatmeal Cookies:

bananas at walmart for 25 cents each

4. Coconut milk

coconut milk can

I always keep coconut milk in my pantry to use as a dairy-free smoothie base or in a main dish like my Crockpot Coconut Chicken Stew or my Instant Pot Indian Chicken Curry. I also use coconut milk as the base of my dairy-free Mango Ice Cream.

5. Green tea

Green tea is a comforting beverage with a bit of pick-me-up and a nice dose of antioxidants.

yogi green tea

6. Avocados

Avocado are a must for all day, everyday. Just kidding. Avos can go into smoothies as a healthy fat source, or be served as guacamole or even as a dessert, like this Chocolate Avocado Pudding.

avocados in a bin

7. Coconut oil

I use coconut oil for baking, sautéing, or even as a fat source for smoothies. My most common use for coconut oil is as a binder for my gluten-free, no-bake Vegan Energy Balls.

coconut oil on a shelf at Walmart

8. Chia seeds and 9. hemp seeds

These are both are so versatile! Some recipes using these ingredients include Pumpkin Spice Chia Pudding, Vanilla Hemp Milk, and Chocolate-Orange Hemp Bites.

hemp seeds and chia seeds on a shelf

10. Almond butter

almond butter Justin's brand

Almond butter is great to have around as spread on a bananas as a snack, or as an ingredient for my Nut Butter Cookies.

11. Organic quinoa

Quinoa is a great gluten-free grain option (quinoa is actually a seed, not even a true grain). I love this Quinoa & Chickpea Salad for a to-go lunch option.

great value quinoa

12. Larabars

These are a nice to have on hand for a great, healthy-ish snack. Great lunchbox or backpack items! This Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip flavor is my absolute favorite.

larabar package on shelf at walmart

13. Almond flour

This is a fantastic gluten-free AND grain-free flour. I used it in my recipe for Date-Nut Bread and it’s a pantry staple for me.

blanched almond flour package

14. Gluten-free corn tortillas

Tortillas are great for tacos (duh) and homemade tortilla chips (just microwave them for a few minutes, flipping them every 30 seconds or so until they’re crisp). I always buy extra packages of tortillas and keep them in the freezer until I need them.

gluten free tortillas stacked on a shelf

15. Rockfish (sustainably harvested)

This frozen fish can be baked and tucked into the corn tortillas. Don’t forget to top with avocado slices, just sayin’. 🙂

rockfish in the freezer

16. Stir-fry rice noodles

These rice noodles are perfect for an easy dinner. Just add vegetables and maybe some leftover fish or your choice of protein. Thai Kitchen noodles are amazing and are one of my top 6 gluten-free pasta brand favorites.

thai kitchen stir fry rice noodles


There you go, 16 gluten-free finds at Walmart that can stock a kitchen for up to several weeks depending on the items, all for a budget-friendly total of less than $100.

If you liked this tour, you might also my list of Clean Eating Pantry Basics. or my round-up of the best Sugar Free Pantry Items.

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