Thursday, June 4, 2009

General Mills Gluten Free Update

We've been anxiously awaiting the arrival of several brand new Gluten Free products from food giant General Mills... the wait is over... Available now (in addition to the already available Rice Chex) is...

- Betty Crocker Gluten Free Yellow Cake Mix
- Betty Crocker Gluten Free Devil’s Food Cake Mix
- Betty Crocker Gluten Free Chocolate Chunk Brownies
- Betty Crocker Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix
- Corn Chex cereal
- Strawberry Chex cereal
- Honey Nut Chex cereal
- Chocolate Chex cereal
- Cinnamon Chex cereal

I purchases the new varieties of Chex today (at Kroger and Walmart) as well as the new Betty Crocker mixes! Leave a comment with your thoughts!

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

http://www.chex.com/Recipes/GlutenFree.aspx

Anonymous said...

I'd love to know which Kroger/Walmart you found them at? I've yet to find them anywhere in Raleigh/Durham. Thanks in advance!

Anonymous said...

New Bern Ave.

design said...

I haven't found the cake mix either

Anonymous said...

The Kroger in Fuquay- Varina has both the Betty Crocker cake mixes and the cereal.

Anonymous said...

I found them at the Kroger on the corner of Creedmoor and Strickland - the Kroger on the corner of Creedmoor and Lynn had the spots for them on the shelf but all were gone when i got to the store so guessing they had sold out - does anybody know if the WalMart at Brier Creek has the mixes? Thanks in advance :) ...oh yea FYI the Krogers both only had (or had the tag for) the cookie mix, brownie mix and the yellow cake mix...have yet to find the devil's food cake mix :(

Tracey said...

I walk dogs/petsit out near the strickland area today, I'm going to check the kroger out. Thanks so much for the info! I just read that wendy's chili is gluten free, I'm still afraid to eat LOL, but its good to start to feel like I have more options. God bless, Tracey

Anonymous said...

Can anyone tell me of a good chocolate chip cookies mix. I have tried the Betty Crocker and also the Red Mill and they both taste like that have saw dust in them they are sooo dry. Please let me know if the cake mixes taste like this also as I haven't tried them yet. E-mail me at jmslittlebit@hotmail.com and let me know some gluten free tips/ideas??

Tracey said...

I'd heard of the possible grittyness so I melted the butter almost completely and added an extra almost 1/2 tsp of Gf vanilla. I then let the dough sit for about 20 mins, the cookies were only slightly textured, not gritty at all to me. My kids actually preferred the Betty Crocker GF cookies and brownies to the regular ones...which is good since I'm going to rid my house of gluten pretty soon. I haven't tried the cake yet. Lowes FOods ordered the mixes for me and I've found them at almost all the kroger stores now. I love baking so this has been a blessing.

Sandra said...

Lowes Foods in cary on the corner of Kildaire Farms rd and 1010 rd (3480 Kildaire Farms rd) have them they are on the top shelf above all the other Betty Crocker mixes, and they are reasonably priced. The store phone nu,ber is 919-363-3039 in you need more information

Sandra said...

I spoke to the assistant store manager at the lowes in cary on kildaire, his name is Matt. if you need help finding the betty crocker products see him. he can show you where the are. 919-363-3039

GlutenGurl said...

at earthfare in brier creek , they carry gluten free chocolate chip cookies and they are delicious, by far the best i have tried, i like my cookies soft so i don't cook them as long as it says on the box and they came out perfect, taste the closest to regular i have tried. They are by French meadow bakery. The Brownies are yummy too!!

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