About This Gluten Free Cereal List
Many cereal products are made with gluten-containing ingredients like wheat. If you are looking for a gluten-free alternative, all of the products on this list are gluten free cereals!
The gluten free cereal brands on this list are popular choices and easy to find. If you are only looking for certified gluten free cereal, read the descriptions for each brand to find out if it is certified gluten free or just labeled gluten free by the company.
You can also find out about any other product certifications the brand has in the descriptions. So if you are on another diet besides gluten-free, look out for the cereals below that are also vegan, organic, sugar-free, low-sugar, high-fiber, Kosher, and more!
If you are interested in a brand and want to find out where to buy it, some popular stores that carry it are listed in the description. You can also find the closest store to you by clicking on one of the product locators or buying online from one of the listed online retailers!
Ingredients are subject to change, so be sure to read the most updated label information before purchasing any of the products on this list.
Gluten-Free Cereal Brands
Nature’s Path makes so many varieties of gluten free cereal, and all of their GF options are certified gluten free and clearly labeled on the box. In addition, all of these products are certified organic, and many of them are vegan and Kosher! A few of them are also keto-friendly.
You can find the closest store to you that carries Nature’s Path cereal by checking out their product locator! You can expect to find this cereal at most health foods stores like Whole Foods, The Fresh Market, Sprouts, and other natural grocers, but you can also find this brand at stores like Walmart, Sprouts, Publix, and Safeway!
Cheerios is one of the most popular cereal brands, and all Cheerios varieties are gluten-free! Made from oats, Cheerios are naturally gluten free, but Cheerios goes the extra mile to ensure its products are gluten free through careful grain selection processes and continuous testing.
Because of their popularity, Cheerios are sold at most grocery stores. You’ll be sure to find this cereal brand at stores like Walmart, Target, Albertsons, Publix, and Kroger!
Most Chex cereal products are gluten free, and these varieties are clearly labeled on the box! The gluten-free varieties include Rice, Corn, Chocolate, Apple Cinnamon, Peanut Butter, Cinnamon, Blueberry, and Honey Nut Chex. The Wheat Chex is NOT gluten-free.
Chex cereal is very popular, so it can be found at most grocery stores! Click on any product on the Chex website to find a product locator for the variety you are looking for! You can often find this brand at stores like Kroger, Walmart, Target, Safeway, and more!
All Three Wishes Cereal varieties are certified gluten free, vegan-friendly (even the “honey” cereal!), peanut-free, Kosher, soy-free, and grain-free! They offer many varieties including cinnamon, honey, unsweetened, cocoa, fruity, and frosted.
Three Wishes cereal is primarily sold at health food stores like Whole Foods, Sprouts, and Earth Fare, but you can also find it at other grocers by using their store locator.
Barbara’s makes some varieties of gluten free cereal including Puffins Multigrain, Puffins Honey Rice, Organic Corn Flakes, and Organic Brown Rice Crisps. All of Barbara’s gluten free options are clearly labeled on the box!
You can find Barbara’s cereal products in regular grocery stores and health food stores alike. The easiest way to find Barbara’s cereal is to type in your zip code on their store locator!
If you’re looking for a healthy version of your favorite childhood cereal (think Froot Loops, Reese’s Puffs, and Cocoa Puffs), check out Magic Spoon! This brand makes sweet, tasty cereals that are sugar-free, high protein, low carb, certified gluten-free and grain free!
You can buy Magic Spoon Cereal online at one of the above retailers!
Arrowhead Mills Organic Maple Buckwheat Flakes
Buy Online: Amazon
If you’re looking for a certified gluten free and organic cereal, give arrowhead Mills Organic Gluten Free Maple Buckwheat Flakes a try! Not only are these certified GF and USDA organic, but they are also Kosher and non-GMO.
You can find this cereal in many stores like Walmart, Whole Foods, Publix, Sprouts, Safeway, and more! Use this product locator to find the closest store to you!
If you’re looking for a cereal that is certified gluten free, organic, and vegan, you have to check out Forager Project’s Grain-Free Os! These come in cinnamon, chocolate, and strawberry flavors, and are all soy-free and low sugar cereal options.
You can look for Forager Grain-Free Os at your local grocery store, but you’re much more likely to find them at health food stores like Whole Foods or Sprouts. If these stores aren’t near you, check out Forager Project’s product locator to see what stores near you carry their cereal!
365 Whole Foods Market Cereal
Buy Online: Whole Foods (Amazon delivery)
If you have a Whole Foods Market nearby, 365 by WFM makes many certified gluten free cereal varieties! These are all organic products, and some of their varieties include Galaxy Marshmallow, Brown Rice Crisps, Cocoa Rice Crisps, and Fruity Super Rings. Look on Amazon to see which 365 Whole Foods Market gluten free cereal is sold near you! Note: The GF varieties will have the certified gluten-free seal. All of the varieties that pop up on Amazon are not gluten free.
Trader Joe’s Gluten Free Cereal
If you shop at Trader Joe’s, be on the lookout for TJ’s gluten free cereal options! The selection will vary by location, but all of their gluten-free cereal options will be clearly labeled on the box. At my store, I found gluten-free Crunchy Almond Butter Puffs cereal, but I’ve seen many different options out there!
Annie’s Organic Cinnabunnies Cereal
Buy Online: Amazon
Annie’s Organic Cinnabunnies Cereal is not only USDA organic but it is also gluten free! You can find Annie’s products at many health food stores, including Sprouts, Whole Foods, Earth Fare, and other popular grocery stores! Click on “buy now” on this page to find the closest store to you, or buy it online!
There are a couple of Cascadian Farm gluten free cereal options, including Gluten Free Honey Vanilla Crunch Cereal and Berry Vanilla Puffs Cereal! Both of these GF cereals are also USDA organic!
Because of its popularity, you can find Cascadian Farm Organic cereal at most grocery stores and health food stores. Use their product locator to find these products near you, or just look for them at your nearest Walmart, Whole Foods, Publix, Sprouts, Safeway, or Kroger!
Kashi Gluten Free Cereal
Buy Online: Amazon
Two Kashi cereals have now been labeled gluten-free: Kashi GO Cereal Dark Cocoa and Kashi GO Cereal Cinnamon Vanilla. Both of these are also Keto, low sugar, grain free, and plant-based!
Kashi is a very popular cereal brand, and you can find these almost anywhere. If you want to be sure, head on over to Kashi’s product locator to find the closest store to you!
(*Not available in the US as of now.) Schar is a 100% gluten free brand that has a few GF cereal varieties to choose from! Try out Schar’s Cereal Flakes, Choco Balls, Choco Musli, Fruit Musli, and Corn Flakes. The Cereal Flakes, Corn Flakes, and Choco Balls are vegan and the Choco and Fruit Muslis are vegetarian!
Schar products are sold almost everywhere, but their cereal selection varies from country to country. Although you are unlikely to find these in the US at the moment, you will probably be able to find them in other countries like the UK!
(*Not available in the US as of now.) Nestle makes a range of gluten-free cereal options called GoFree. You can get these flavors of GoFree cereal: Corn Flakes, Honey Flakes, Coco Rice, and Rice Pops. All of these products are Kosher and some of them are vegan-friendly!
This cereal is currently only available in the UK. Click “where to buy” on this page to pull up the GoFree Creal locator!