The International House of Pancakes, better known as IHOP, has a good selection of gluten-free options on their menu. The pancakes themselves can be made gluten-free by using buckwheat flour. I enjoyed the above meal at the IHOP in Madison, Wisconsin recently.
When my wife and I were in Portugal, I found Schär Chocolate O’s Cookies in a grocery store. I’m always on the lookout for gluten free cookies, and I do love Oreo-style cookies. I gave these a try, and unfortunately I have to give them a low grade – 3/5
The seasoned breaded cod from M&M Food Market is pretty decent gluten-free frozen fish. It’s hard to find gluten-free frozen fish as the breading usually contains wheat. This seasoned breaded cod was a nice find. We rate it 4/5.
In my quest to find gluten-free chicken wing substitutes, I tried the Wholly Veggie Buffalo Cauliflower bites out. I tried to find the product on their web site but it doesn’t seem to be sold as such any more. Maybe that’s why it was on sale at my local grocery store! We give them a rating of 4/5.
Dr. Oetker has a large selection of frozen pizzas under the “Ristorante” brand. I was intrigued by their gluten-free offering, the Ristorante Gluten-Free Pepperoni Pizza. It didn’t cost much more than a “regular” pizza so it was worth a try. We give it 4/5.
I recently enjoyed the Quattro Formaggi (four cheese) gluten-free pizza from Oggi Foods. This frozen pizza features generous helpings of mozarella, asiago, Romano and parmesan cheese covering a tasty tomato sauce, on a surprisingly good crust. I rate this 5/5.