7 Best Gluten Free Survival Food Supplies

A gluten free diet is not just a trend. It’s a health necessity for many Americans, including myself! I have been on this gluten free journey for nearly a year now and it has completely transformed my health. As a prepper, going gluten free has required me to make some major changes to my overall food storage plan. Many of the foods that preppers rely on are crammed full of wheat and gluten… baking mixes, oats, and even old fashioned southern grits are all places where gluten can hide. So how can a prepper plan to stay gluten free after a major SHTF event? It all boils down to having the right supplies on hand. Today, I want to share some of my favorite gluten free finds for prepper food storage.

  1. Gluten Free French Bread Mix


french bread mix

Baking mixes are a major staple for all American households, but especially for prepping families. You can still keep bread mixes on hand without sacrificing your health when you buy this amazing gluten free French bread mix from Augason Farms. It comes in a large #10 size can with a ten-year shelf life. I’ve used this mix to make ordinary French bread, dinner rolls, and even delicious breadsticks. All you have to do is add water, apple cider vinegar, and yeast so it’s really easy to whip up. You even get recipes on the label!

  1. Gluten Free Buttermilk Pancake Mix

pancake mixPancake mixes are a must-have for prepping. It doesn’t get much easier than whipping up a batch of pancakes, even if you are cooking over an open flame. I like this particular gluten free mix because it comes in the large #10 size can. By buying in bulk, I save a lot of money in the long run. Plus, you don’t have to refrigerate it so you can keep it in the basement or cellar with all of your other preps.

  1. Gluten Free Rolled Oats

rolled oatsPreppers love to stockpile oats because they have so many uses for survival cooking. But most ordinary oats you find at the supermarket are not safe if you have Celiac Disease or even a gluten sensitivity. Even if they oats themselves do not contain gluten, they are often processed in facilities that also handle wheat. It’s a recipe for disaster! That’s why I love Augason Farms rolled oats. They are certified gluten free and have a 30 year shelf life!

  1. Augason Farms Xanthan Gum

xanthan gumWhen you get started in gluten free baking, it takes some time to adjust. One of the biggest necessities will be xanthan gum. It transforms your homemade baking mixes from cardboard to edible. The downside is that this ingredient can be quite expensive when you buy it in the local supermarket. However, you can save money by buying in bulk from Augason farms. I have been using my can of xanthan gum for months and still have plenty left to go. It comes with recipes that are simple even for rookie gluten free chefs. You get around 70 servings out of each can and best of all, it’s non-GMO and certified gluten free.

  1. Gluten Free Complete Meal Packs

complete meal packIf you want to simplify a little, I recommend the gluten free complete meal packs. This is essentially a ready-made prepper stockpile for anyone with gluten free dietary needs. It is fully stocked with breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and even yummy snacks. Everything is packaged in #10 cans with a shelf life of up to 30-years! While the complete meal packs are a little more expensive, you actually save quite a bit of money when you price out the items individually. This kit includes rolled oats, scrambled egg mix, bacon flavored vegetarian meat substitute, freeze dried strawberries, and dehydrated potato slices. You also get the buttermilk pancake mix, chicken flavored meat substitute, potato soup mix, stew blend, chili mix, a bread mix, dried apples, regular and chocolate milk alternatives, plus apple and orange drink mixes.

  1. Gluten Free All Purpose Flour

all purpose flour

All purpose flour is a must-have for any family, but when you are gluten-free, it can get really expensive in a hurry. You can get this 25-pound box that is certified-gluten free and it works cup-for-cup as a baking alternative. Best of all, it has no additives or preservatives. It is fully inspected by the Virginia Department of Agriculture and the FDA so you are getting a legit product that makes amazing baked goods.

  1. Ronzoni Gluten Free Pasta

Ronzoni pasta

Pasta is another prepping must-have, but gluten-free pasta is pricy and sometimes it tends to taste a lot like cardboard. I love Ronzoni gluten free pasta so I was thrilled to find out that I could order it in bulk on Amazon and get cheaper pricing. This case of eight is perfect to add to your preps and your family will never realize it’s gluten free because it has that same white pasta taste that everyone knows and loves.

These are just some of the gluten free supplies that I have added to my family’s food preps this year. If you are also on the gluten free journey, chime in with some other food storage ideas!

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About Ms. Prepper

I’m Laura P, aka, Passion Prepper, aka, Storage Prepper! I’ve been homesteading nearly all my life and prepping for the last 6 years. I strongly believe our great country of America was built on self-sufficient families like mine and yours. Politics bores me, learning new stuff, getting outside and living life thrills me.

One comment on “7 Best Gluten Free Survival Food Supplies

  1. Karen (BloominGranny) says:

    Please update the 7 Best Gluten Free Survival Foods post—none of the links work!

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