13 Gluten-Free Bread Brands Everyone Raves About

Are you tired of eating gluten-free bread that resembles cardboard? Check out this list of bread, buns, and rolls that gluten-free people trust.

Table of Contents

Raise your hand if you’ve had a family member or friend say to you, “I could never go gluten free, because I love bread too much!” Well, guess what? Most gluten-free eaters love bread, too! However, most of us have to avoid gluten because it is harmful to our bodies. Luckily, many gluten-free bread brands are helping celiacs and people with non-celiac gluten sensitivity or a wheat allergy continue to enjoy bread. 

Top Gluten-Free Bread Brands

Below you’ll find a comprehensive list of popular breads that are gluten-free and where you can find them. To make things easier, we’ve included gluten-free rolls, baguettes, hamburger and hot dog buns, and English muffins. However, if you’re looking for bagels, check out our 9 Popular Gluten-Free Bagel Brands article.

Gluten-Free Grubbin’ is supported by its readers. We may earn an affiliate commission at no extra cost to you if you buy through our links. We promise we’ll only share products that provide value to the gluten-free community.

Credit: BFree


Here’s a list of BFree gluten-free bread:

  • Sliced White Loaf
  • Brown Seeded Sandwich Loaf
  • Soft White Sandwich Loaf
  • Sweet Potato & Cinnamon Dinner Rolls
  • Soft White Dinner Rolls
  • Soft White Rolls
  • Brown Seeded Rolls
  • Stone Baked Pita Breads
  • Bake at Home Demi Baguette
  • Sesame and Chia Crispbread

Cross-Contact: BFree does not have a statement on their website regarding their allergen safety policy, so we reached out to them. We received an email back that said, “Your email has been received and someone will be in touch shortly.” To date, the company has not responded to our inquiry. We will update this article if we hear back. 

Please note that BFree’s product packaging contains the GFCO certification. 

Credit: Canyon Bakehouse

Canyon Bakehouse

Here’s a list of Canyon Bakehouse gluten-free bread:

  • 7-Grain
  • Ancient Grain
  • Cinnamon Raisin
  • Country White
  • Mountain White
  • Deli Rye Style
  • Hawaiian Sweet
  • Heritage Style Honey White
  • Honey Oat
  • Heritage Style Whole Grain
  • Original English Muffins
  • Hone Whole Grain English Muffins
  • Hamburger Buns
  • Hot Dog Buns

Cross-Contact: Canyon Bakehouse is one of the gluten-free bread brands that makes its products in a dedicated gluten-free facility. They test all their ingredients and won’t let gluten-containing ingredients enter their facility. Canyon Bakehouse also tests finished products in-house and utilizes an outside lab for further testing to ensure that all of their products come in below 5 parts per million. (Source: Canyon Bakehouse)

The Gluten-Free Certification Organization has certified all Canyon Bakehouse products, which carry the GFCO logo.

Credit: Franz


Follow this list to find Franz gluten-free bread options:

  • 7 Grain Bread
  • Great Seed Bread
  • White Bread
  • Cinnamon Raisin Bread
  • Blueberry Bread

Cross-Contact: Franz gluten-free bread is always baked in a dedicated gluten-free facility. Additionally, the company undergoes regular testing for its ingredients and products to ensure safety. The GFCO certifies Franz products and gluten-free bakeries. (Source: Franz)

Credit: Katz Gluten Free


Here’s a list of Katz gluten-free bread:

  • Sliced Challah Bread
  • White Bread
  • Whole Grain Bread
  • Everything Bread
  • Oat Bread
  • Egg Free Bread
  • Wholesome Bread
  • Grab ‘N’ Go – White Bread
  • English Muffins
  • Cinnamon Raisin English Muffins
  • Burger Buns
  • Hot Dog Buns
  • Dinner Rolls
  • Grab ‘N’ Go – Dinner Rolls
  • Kaiser Rolls
  • Oat Rolls
  • Sugar Free Oat Rolls
  • Whole Grain Sandwich Rolls
  • Round Oat Challah
  • Round Challah
  • Round Raisin Challah
  • Rice Challah
  • Round Oat Raisin Challah
  • Oat Challah

Cross-Contact: According to Katz, a kosher food manufacturer, all their products are made in a dedicated gluten-free facility that has been certified by the Gluten Intolerance Group, which is part of the Gluten-Free Certification Organization. Additionally, Katz products are also certified by the GFCO and are free from nuts and dairy. (Source: Katz)

Credit: Kinnikinnick 


Kinnikinnick gluten-free bread products include:

  • Whole Grain Bread
  • Cinnamon Raisin Bread
  • Multigrain Bread
  • White Bread
  • Hot Dog Buns
  • Hamburger Buns
  • English Muffins
  • Dinner Rolls

Cross-Contact: Kinnikinnick products are made in a dedicated gluten-free facility that doesn’t allow dairy, tree nuts, peanuts, and soy. Like with many other gluten-free bread brands, Kinnikinnick facilities and products are certified by the Gluten-Free Certification Program. This kosher company is so passionate about keeping their facilities gluten free that they don’t even allow staff to bring in gluten-containing items. Also, all ingredients are kept separate until they have been tested for gluten and have been found to contain less than 5 parts per million. (Source: Kinnikinnick)

Credit: Little Northern Bakehouse

Little Northern Bakehouse 

Little Northern Bakehouse gluten-free bread includes:

  • Seeds & Grains
  • Cinnamon & Raisin
  • Millet & Chia
  • Whole Grain Wide Slice
  • White Wide Slice
  • Sprouted 7 Grain
  • Sprouted Honey Oat
  • Millet & Chia Buns
  • Millet and Chia Hot Dog Buns
  • Classic Dinner Rolls

Cross-Contact: Little Northern Bakehouse products and facilities have been certified by the GFCO and the Gluten-Free Certification Program. LNB also regularly tests its products via an outside lab to verify their safety. (Source: Little Northern Bakehouse)

Credit: O’Doughs


O’Doughs gluten-free bread products include:

  • Original Sandwich
  • Multigrain Sandwich
  • White Loaf
  • Flax Loaf
  • Original Flatbreads
  • Multigrain Flatbreads
  • Original Hot Dog Buns
  • Deluxe Hamburger Buns

Cross-Contact: O’Doughs states that their products “are safely gluten free.” However, their website doesn’t explain what lengths they go to avoid gluten cross-contact, so we reached out and received an email response. We learned that O’Doughs has an accredited gluten-free facility where they manufacture products on dedicated gluten-free lines. They have a Food Safety Standards Program to mitigate allergen cross-contact risks. This means you can truly trust O’Doughs to make safe bread for gluten-free diets. (Source: O’Doughs)

Credit: Rudi’s


Here’s a list of Rudi’s gluten-free bread:

  • Cinnamon Raisin
  • Multigrain
  • Original

Cross-Contact: Rudi’s states that their gluten-free bread is made in a dedicated gluten-free facility. Their products are certified through the GFCO and are routinely tested by their company and an outside lab to ensure that all ingredients and products have less than 5 ppm of gluten. (Source: Rudi’s)

Credit: Sam’s Choice

Sam’s Choice  

Sam’s Choice gluten-free bread includes the following:

  • Classic White Bread
  • Multigrain Bread
  • Hamburger Buns
  • Hot Dog Buns

Cross-Contact: Sam’s Choice website doesn’t contain a statement regarding their allergen safety policy, so we reached out to them. We’ll update this article if we hear back. 

However, please note that the packaging for their gluten-free products does contain a GFCO certification.

Credit: Schar


Schar gluten-free bread products include:

  • Artisan Baker 10 Grains & Seeds
  • Artisan Multigrain Bread
  • Artisan Baker White Bread
  • Deli Style Bread
  • Deli Style Bread Seeded
  • Baguette
  • Ciabatta Rolls
  • Hamburger Buns
  • Hot Dog Rolls
  • Kaiser Rolls
  • Sandwich Rolls
  • Multigrain Ciabatta

Cross-Contact: We couldn’t find Schar’s policy on allergen safety, so we emailed them. A Schar representative responded that the company has been using dedicated gluten-free facilities (in both the United States and Europe) for over 30 years. Schar uses the ELISA R5 Test. Most of their products come in at 5 ppm gluten, though some are between 5 ppm and 10 ppm. (Source: Schar)

Credit: Three Bakers

Three Bakers

Three Bakers gluten-free bread includes:

  • Large Slice Golden Flax Whole Grain
  • Large Slice White Bread Whole Grain
  • White Bread Whole Grain
  • 7 Ancient Grains Whole Grain Bread
  • Rye Style Whole Grain Bread
  • Maxomega Whole Grain and 5 Seed Bread
  • Great Seed Whole Grain and 7 Seed Bread
  • Cinnamon Raisin Whole Grain Bread
  • Whole Grain Hamburger Buns
  • Whole Grain Hot Dog Buns
  • Whole Grain Hoagie Roll

Cross-Contact: Three Bakers products are certified by the Gluten Intolerance Group, which is a part of the GFCO. (Source: Three Bakers)

Credit: Trader Joe’s

Trader Joe’s

Here’s a list of Trader Joe’s gluten-free bread:

  • Gluten Free Cinnamon Raisin Bread
  • Gluten Free White Sandwich Bread
  • Gluten Free Hamburger Buns

Trader Joe’s gluten-free white bread is hit or miss among the GF community. It seems that people either love it or hate it. One reason people think it’s the best gluten-free bread that Trader Joe’s has to offer is that you don’t have to toast it to make the bread edible. This is a huge selling point for people who want, say, a traditional peanut butter and jelly sandwich without toasting the bread.

Cross-Contact: Trader Joe’s doesn’t have a gluten cross-contact policy listed on their website, but they do have a resource page explaining that a “Gluten Free” label on Trader Joe’s products means that the breads that are gluten-free have been proven to contain less than 20 ppm of gluten. (Source: Trader Joe’s)

We reached out to TJ’s for more information on how they keep their consumers safe. We’ll update this post when we hear back.

Credit: Udi’s


You can find the following Udi’s gluten-free bread products:

  • Hearty Sprouted Grains Artisan Bread
  • Hearty 7 Seeds & Grains Artisan Bread
  • Delicious Multigrain Sandwich Bread
  • Delicious Soft White Sandwich Bread
  • Millet-Chia Bread
  • Cinnamon Raisin Bread
  • Omega Flax & Fiber Bread
  • Classic Hamburger Buns
  • Whole Grain Hamburger Buns
  • Classic Hot Dog Buns
  • Classic French Dinner Rolls
  • French Baguettes
  • White English Muffins

Cross-Contact: We reached out to Udi’s to find out how they avoid gluten cross-contact in their facilities. A rep from their parent company, CONAGRA, emailed us and said that the company reduces the risk of allergen cross-contact by segregating allergen and non-allergen ingredients in their facilities. Product lines are cleaned thoroughly after manufacturing allergen-containing products. Inspections are then done to make sure the cleaning was effective. If this procedure does not meet their standards, the product may be labeled with a “May Contains” statement to indicate that low levels of an allergen may be present. 

Udi’s also states, “We will not use a ‘May Contains’ statement just because a product is made in a facility with Major allergens.” (Source: Udi’s)

Gluten-Free Bread FAQ

What gluten-free bread is the best?

“Best” is subjective, but the most popular gluten-free bread brands include Canyon Bakehouse, Schar, Udi’s, Trader Joe’s, and Franz.

Where can you buy gluten-free bread?

Luckily, most grocery stores offer breads that are gluten-free. If you go to specialty grocery stores such as Whole Foods, Sprouts, Chuck’s, Natural Grocers, and Trader Joe’s, you’ll be sure to find bread for gluten-free diets, including options without dairy and other allergens. However, even more traditional (not natural and organic grocery stores) stores like Aldi’s, Safeway, Albertson, Kroger, and Ralphs will have gluten-free options.

Can celiacs eat bread?

Yes, people with celiac disease can eat gluten-free bread! A lot of bread brands are certified gluten-free. Those are the safest options for celiacs.

Is keto bread gluten-free?

Keto bread can be made without gluten, but not all keto or low-carb breads are gluten-free. Many keto bread brands will use wheat flour or wheat gluten in their recipes, making them unsafe for people on a gluten-free diet. The best gluten-free keto bread is Carbonaut.

Why is gluten-free bread so small?

One of the most frustrating things about eating gluten-free is that the bread is significantly smaller than regular bread. Why? It’s (mostly) because the gluten is missing. Gluten gives bread that bouncy texture we all miss, but it also helps structure the dough. Without it, the loaf tends to tighten up, creating a more dense gluten-free loaf. Some brands combat this by using larger loaf pans and adding more ingredients to help the dough rise and fluff up, creating a fuller loaf.

Does Trader Joe’s have gluten-free bread?

Yes, Trader Joe’s currently offers two types of gluten-free bread: white sandwich bread and cinnamon raisin bread. Trader Joe’s gluten-free white bread is the fan favorite between the two.

Does Subway have gluten-free bread?

Yes, Subway offers gluten-free bread. According to Subway, their bread is manufactured in a gluten-free facility.

How much gluten is in sourdough bread?

There is a common misconception that sourdough bread is naturally gluten-free or lower in gluten. That’s because the sourdough fermenting process makes the bread easier to digest for some people. However, it does not remove gluten from the bread. If you have celiac disease, don’t be fooled by claims that it’s safe to eat sourdough. Stick to brands that are clearly labeled gluten-free; better yet, stick to certified gluten-free sourdough brands.

Which brands offer gluten-free bread that’s organic?

Young Kobras Organic offers vegan, allergen-friendly, gum-free, gluten-free organic bread.

Happy Campers also makes vegan gluten-free bread that is USDA organic.

Choose Gluten-Free Bread Brands With Confidence

We hope you find this list of gluten-free bread brands helpful. If you like any of these products, share your experience with us in the comments and let us know where you’ve found the items. Sometimes it’s difficult to know where to find gluten-free bread in your area or who makes gluten-free bread that’s worth the cost, so let’s help out the gluten-free community by sharing our knowledge!

Go get your grub on!

Gluten-free Grubbin'

Recommended Articles