Gluten-Free Coupons and Deals

Here are the best gluten-free deals and coupons available this week, compiled by Janelle from Gluten Freely Frugal:

Gluten-Free Coupons: $1.50/2 Planters Peanut Butter (makes it $1.24 at Target!), $1/1 Rudi’s GF Bread, $1/1 Pacific Natural Foods Soup, $0.75/1 Blue Diamond Nut Chips, $1/2 Nature’s Path Granola Bars or Waffles, multiple printable Brown Cow Yogurt coupons, $0.55/1 Coffee-Mate product, $1/1 R. W. Garcia Tortilla Chips, and $1.50/1 Wholly Guacamole product. For a complete list of available gluten-free coupons, go here.

Amazon Warehouse Deals: Check out these unbelievable gluten-free deals from Amazon Warehouse on Pamela’s, Clif, and more, including cookies for $2.36/box, and Clif fruit rope for $0.43/each!

Gluten-Free Grocery Guide 52% Off: Gluten-Free Saver is offering the Triumph Dining Essential Gluten-Free Grocery Guide for just $14 shipped, this week only.

Go Picnic Giveaway: The giveaway for the two FREE Go Picnic products ends Wednesday at 9 p.m., so you still have time to enter!

Gluten-Free Crockpot Meatloaf: The Gluten-Free Homemaker has a great recipe for an easy crockpot meatloaf and potatoes.

Wholesome Comfort Cookbook 30% Off: Kate from Modern Alternative Mama has released her new cookbook, Wholesome Comfort. Today only, you can get 30% off the cookbook with coupon code WHOLESOME30.

Janelle is wife to Brad, who is celiac, and mom to 2 sweet girls, one of whom is celiac, and the other showing signs of gluten intolerance. She blogs about the gluten free life on a budget, including coupons, deals, recipes, and other money-saving tips at Gluten Freely Frugal.

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  1. says

    I used to eat those Pamela’s chocolate chip cookies by the boatload when I was pregnant. I found it very hard to stay gluten-free while I was expecting and craving cookies. I came across a good gluten free chocolate chip cookie recipe and changed it a bit – now its super yummy. I’ve also made bags of cookie dough balls for my freezer so I can enjoy these yummy cookies anytime i want!

    Thanks for posting these gluten free deals! I usually stock up on gluten free stuff when it’s on sale.

  2. says

    Thanks for linking to my meatloaf recipe. I believe the best way to save money on a gluten free diet is to eat naturally gluten free foods, but you can’t avoid buying specialty products completely. This is a good resource.

  3. Jen says

    Just discovered that if you order from Vitacost through Amazon, Bob’s Red Mills products are about $1 cheaper per package than going directly through Vitacost. A significant savings!