When life gets busy, it can be such a relief to have some store-bought frozen meals on hand. If you’re new to eating gluten-free, navigating the frozen aisles can be tricky. Here’s a list of 22 Gluten-Free Frozen meals you’ll love to have on hand for those extra busy days!
I don’t know about you, but I love having frozen meals on hand. It almost holds a sense of nostalgia for me. Coming home from school and needing just a little meal to hold me over until dinner, I’d always go for the freezer. I still enjoy them now even though I love to cook. It’s great to have some easy gluten-free frozen meals on hand for those busy nights.
Knowing which frozen meals are actually tasty is tricky as is, then add in being gluten-free, and walking those aisles is just plain stressful. That’s why I wanted to compile this list of 22 gluten-free frozen meals that I KNOW are delicious. These are all some of my favorite things to grab when I need an easy gluten-free tv dinner or freezer snack.
Have you tried any of these gluten-free frozen meals? Let us know in the comments which one is your favorite! Or do you have a favorite that’s not on the list? Share it in the comments below! Those types of comments really help others get a well-rounded idea of what to buy beyond just my personal opinions. 🙂
Disclaimer for Buying Gluten-Free Frozen Meals:
Eat or Drink is not offering medical advice or telling you what you should eat. Articles like this should always be your starting point. I always urge you, especially if you have allergies or are buying products for someone with allergies, to verify any information before consuming new food.
While I try to do my due diligence – companies do change recipes and human error occurs. That is why I can not guarantee all information is accurate even with my best efforts.
If you are unsure if a product is safe for your body, please ask your doctor. Or when buying for an allergy-friendly friend, check with them to ensure it meets their needs.
Please do not hesitate to let us know if you see information that is not up to date – this blog post was last updated in June 2023.
This list only covers US-based products. Please note that even if you have one of these products in your country, the ingredients may differ.
Should You Buy Products with a May Contains Warning?
THIS LIST MAY CONTAIN PRODUCTS WITH MAY CONTAIN WARNINGS – YOUR DECISION TO PURCHASE THESE ITEMS SHOULD BE BASED ON YOUR OWN NEEDS AND CIRCUMSTANCES.
If you’re new to shopping for food-allergy-friendly food, one question you may have is, “What is this ‘may contain’ warning?”. Here is what the FDA has to say about that warning…
“Some manufacturers voluntarily include a separate advisory statement, such as ‘may contain’ or ‘produced in a facility,’ on their labels when there is a chance that a food allergen could be present. A manufacturer might use the same equipment to make different products. Even after cleaning this equipment, a small amount of an allergen (such as peanuts) that was used to make one product (such as cookies) may become part of another product (such as crackers). In this case, the cracker label might state ‘may contain peanuts.’
Be aware that the ‘may contain’ statement is voluntary, says D’Lima. ‘Not all manufacturers use it.’”Information found on the fda.gov website
Ultimately this decision to buy products with this warning should be up to you and your doctor (or up to the person you are purchasing allergy-free products for). Allergies can fall on a spectrum. Minor cross-contamination may not affect one person at all but could be deadly for somebody else. That’s why I always urge you to be in charge of your own allergies and simply use lists like these as a helpful jumping-off point.
Here are 22 Gluten-Free Frozen Meals that are GREAT to keep on hand…
With the disclaimers out of the way, let’s get into this tasty list of gluten-free frozen meals! You will notice I do have multiple items from certain companies featured in this list. Some of these companies are just out here killing the game with delicious gluten-free frozen meals. Don’t worry though, I also included a variety of brands to give you a nice new array of products to try!
Some of these are complete TV dinner-style freezer meals and some are more appetizer/snack style. I thought I’d include both styles of gluten-free frozen foods so you’d have some options. In my opinion, even the “snack” style freezer foods (like the Feel Good Foods Chicken Egg rolls for example) can be really nice to have in a pinch when you don’t feel like cooking or to add to a meal for an easy semi-homemade night.
Last thing guys, if this list is something you enjoy, make sure you tell me in the comments! Your comments help me know what posts you’re enjoying and help me decide what to write about next!
To Get More Info on These Gluten-Free Freezer Meals Use These Links…
To find out more info about these gluten-free frozen meals just click on their names below. I included a link to each corresponding website so you can find out more!
P.S. None of this post is sponsored and I am not affiliated with any of these products. I just included freezer meals I personally enjoy. 🙂
- Feel Good Foods Chicken Potstickers
- Feel Good Foods Mozzarella Sticks
- Feel Good Foods Chicken Egg Rolls
- Amy’s Mac and Cheese
- Amy’s Enchiladas
- Amy’s Tamale Verde
- Amy’s Pad Thai
- Amy’s Gluten Free Burritos
- Daiya Frozen Burritos
- Perdue Gluten Free Chicken Breast Tenders
- Yummy Gluten Free Dino Buddies Chicken Nuggets
- Freschetta Gluten Free Pizza
- Caulipower Pizza
- Gluten Free Corn Dogs
- Starfish Gluten Free Haddock
- Ian’s Fish Sticks
- Manini’s Gluten Free Ravioli
- Dr. Praeger’s California Veggie Burgers
- Delimex White Meat Chicken Corn Taquitos
- Blake’s Chicken Pot Pie
- Blake’s Shepherd’s Pie
- Bird’s Eye Frozen Zucchini Lentil Pasta
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