A listing of hot cereals mentioned in the November 2022 “Some like it hot” article that are labeled gluten-free

This information was compiled as of September 2022. Product formulation and labeling can change at any time. Please check packages for a “gluten-free” label before you buy.

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Steel cut shortcuts

Oats & more

  • None of the products mentioned in this section are gluten-free.

Super seeds

Easy muesli

Give bran a chance

Dropping sugar

A protein pick

DIY instant

  • Quaker GLUTEN FREE Quick 1-Minute Oats (Note that Quaker makes both regular and gluten-free versions of this product. Look for the canister labeled GLUTEN FREE on the front. The version pictured in the article is NOT gluten-free.)

A savory start

The quinoa product pictured in the article is not labeled gluten-free, but many brands offer quinoa that is labeled gluten-free. Some gluten-free examples include:

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