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With so many gluten-free pasta brands on the market today, how do you know which gluten-free pasta is best?The Answer: A lot of trial and error over the last 11 years with celiac disease.
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Thankfully, over the last decade, gluten-free pasta brands have improved dramatically. Other gluten-free grains, such as quinoa, red lentil, and even chickpea are now used and blended for delicious gluten-free pasta. And now, I'm happy to report I love eating pasta once more!
So which brands of gluten-free are the best? And how to they compare?
That's the tricky question! In this post, I'm going to share a little about how gluten-free pasta is made, where to buy it, and some of the top brands on the market today.
It's important before I begin this list to remind you that my taste buds are not your tastebuds. I'm going to share my honest opinions here about each brand. And if you disagree, that's okay! I'm sharing this list to help you make the most informed decisions in your weekly food shopping. I want to save you from buying products you end up hating and ensure you can replicate all of your favorite pasta dishes gluten-free, and lead you towards brands that are safe.
Here are eight of the most popular dried gluten-free pasta on the market today and how they compare: their ingredients, their gluten-free status (if they are certified GF or not), and their overall taste/texture. I've tried every pasta brand listed here on multiple occasions.
Let's take a look at these gluten-free pastas!
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