Gluten is a type of protein present in wheat. It is safe and well tolerated by many, but some especially those with celiac disease may develop severe reactions to gluten.

The chewy and spongy texture you feel when eating wheat-based products is due to gluten content. Many bakers find it hard to replicate gluten in bread, and for this reason, bread free of gluten tends to have a crumby, hard, and dense texture that most people don’t like. Many gluten-free breads also have low fiber content and are loaded with additives.The good bit of it is that some of the gluten-free alternatives out there in the market have a great taste and are nutritious. Gluten-free bread options have been there for a long, but this article focuses on the best of 2021.

1.      O’Doughs Multigrain Sandwich Thins (Best Potato Flour Bread)

This product is one of the best gluten-free options. It comes in handy for those who like a sub-style sandwich.O’Doughs Multigrain Sandwich Thins is a gluten-free bread certified by Gluten-Free Certification Organization (GFCO) and is suitable for vegans. Its ingredients include gluten-free flour mixtures like potato flour. Hot dog buns, flatbreads, burger buns, bagel thins, and other products from O’Doughs are GFCO certified. Unfortunately, those allergic to soy should not use them. In just 85 g of O’Doughs sandwich, there are 160 calories, 0.5 g of unsaturated fat, 2 g of fat, 33 g of carbs, 4 g of fiber, 240 mg of sodium, 5 g of sugar, and 3 g of protein.

2.      Happy Campers Hemp Hemp Hooray (Best Organic)

Based in Oregon, Happy Campers is dedicated to making gluten-free breads. All of their bread products are certified by GFCO, verified as non-genetically modified organisms (non-GMO), and also certified by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) as organic. Additionally, their bread products do not contain major allergens, free of added sugar, and are suitable for use by vegans.

Hemp Hemp Hooray gluten-free bread comes in a nutty flavor, made from several whole grains like buckwheat, millet, quinoa, amaranth, and sorghum. As part of its ingredients, ground hemp seeds are added. According to the National Center for Biotechnology Information, ground hemp seeds contain antioxidants as well as polyunsaturated fats such as omega-3 fatty acids.

What’s more, one slice of Hemp Hemp Hooray bread packs 90 calories, 111 mg of sodium, 2 g of fat with zero unsaturated fat, 17 g of carbs, 2.5 g of proteins, and 3 g of fiber.

3.      Little Northern Bakehouse Seeds and Grains Bread (Best for Multiple Food Allergies)

Little Northern Bakehouse is a small company that makes one of the best gluten-free bread. Their products are purely based on plants and have been certified by the GFCO and Gluten-Free Certification Program (GFCP).All of the bread products from Little Northern Bakehouse do not contain major allergens like soy, eggs, tree nuts, peanuts, and dairy. They are also verified as non-GMO.

Major ingredients of Seeds and Grains Bread are a mixture of gluten-free flours including pumpkin seeds, chia seeds, and flax seeds. One slice of this bread packs 1 g of protein, 16 g of carbs, 2.5 g of fat, 2 g of fiber, 85 calories, and 4 g of sugar. Storage specifications for Seeds and Grains Bread are that it can last up to 9 days in a refrigerator and can be kept for up to 6 months at room temperature.

4.      Canyon Bakehouse Ancient Grain Bread (Best Soy-free)

For over a decade of baking high-quality bread, Canyon Bakehouse has had a good experience in making gluten-free bread. Their products are certified as gluten-free by GFCO.Additionally, their products are free of several major allergens like soy, dairy, tree nut, and peanut. Major ingredients used to make Canyon Bakehouse Ancient Grain Bread include tapioca flour, rice flour, oat flour, sorghum flour, teff, sunflower seeds, millet, quinoa, and amaranth. However, it is unsuitable for use by vegans and those allergic to eggs.

One slice of Canyon Bakehouse Ancient Grain bread provides 2 g of protein, 13 g of carbs, 1 g of fiber, 1.5 g of fat, 70 calories, 90 mg of sodium, and 2 g of added sugar. An open loaf of this product should not exceed 5 days, while an unopened one can last for up to 90 days at room temperature.

5.      Eban’s Bakehouse Fresh Baked Gluten-Free Seeded Bread (Best Seeded Bread)

The slices of this bread are soft and have a chewy feeling. It is made with high-quality ingredients such as brown rice and seed like pumpkin, poppy, sesame, flax, and chia seeds.Each slice of Eban’s Bakehouse Fresh Baked Gluten-Free Seeded Bread has a great nutrition profile containing 2 g of proteins, 2 g of fat, 13 g of carb, 1 g of fiber, 80 calories, and 2 g of sugar.

6.      Three Bakers Great Seed Whole Grain and 7 Seed Bread (Best Rice Flour)

This gluten-free bread option is made with rice flour and other high-quality seeds including pumpkin, chia, hemp, millet, and flax seeds. Apart from being gluten-free, it is verified as non-GMO and certified by the Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG). One slice of Great Seed Whole Grain and 7 Seeds provides 130 mg of sodium, 1.5 g of protein, 19 g of carb, 3 g of fiber, 2 g of fat, 100 calories, and 2 g of sugar. This bread is free of soy and dairy products. It can be kept for 5 days at room temperature.

7.      Udi’s Gluten-Free Millet-Chia Bread (Best Tapioca Flour Bread)

Udi is a small company dedicated to making the best gluten-free bread which is certified by GFCO. Besides coming with a good taste and texture, Gluten-Free Millet-Chia Bread does not contain artificial flavors and colorings and is made with tapioca flour, millet flour, and brown rice flour. One slice of this bread packs 3 g of proteins, 13 g of sugar, 2 g of fat, 150 mg of sodium, 1 g of sugar, 75 calories, and 1 g of sugar.


Some people are intolerant to gluten and its products. Gluten, a type of protein in wheat, give bread and other products a chewy and spongy texture. Best bread free of gluten include Udi’s Gluten-Free Millet-Chia Bread and Canyon Bakehouse Ancient Grain Bread among others.

Tatyana Dyachenko

For the past years, Tatyana has worked as a sex blogger and a relationship advisor. She has been featured in magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Teen Vogue. Vice, Tatler, Vanity Fair, and many others. Since 2016, Tatyana has focused on sexology, attended various training courses, participated in international conferences and congresses. “I wish people would address sexual issues in a timely manner! Forget shyness, prejudice and feel free to see a sex doctor for help or advice!” Tanya enjoys pursuing her flare for creativity through modelling, graffiti art, astronomy, and technology.