Favorite Gluten-Free Pantry, Fridge, and Freezer Staples - Guest Post from Worth at Lemons Worth Lovin

Worth Taylor of Lemons Worth Lovin

We invited Bread SRSLY Ambassador Worth of Lemons Worth Lovin to share her favorite gluten-free fridge, pantry, and freezer staples. Check them out down below, and feel free to share YOUR favorites with us on Instagram by tagging us @breadsrsly.


Having healthy, clean food on hand is essential for me, always. When we eat our best and fuel our bodies with what we know makes us feel good, we are truly our best selves. Below are my staples to have in my kitchen at all times. These items give you the foundation to create tasty, crave-worthy, nourishing meals in your very own kitchen — it couldn’t get any better, right?!

xx Worth 



Fridge Staples

Freezer Staples

  • Fruit for Smoothies (I like to have berries, mango, pineapple, and bananas)
  • Veggies for Smoothies (I like to have zucchini, spinach, kale, and ginger) 
  • Frozen Cauliflower Rice 

Pantry Staples

  • Sprouted Brown Rice
  • Sprouted Quinoa
  • Brown Rice Pasta (Jovial brand is my favorite)
  • Red Lentil Pasta (Tolerant brand is my favorite)
  • Buckwheat Soba Noodles (Yes, they’re gluten-free!) 
  • Cacao Nibs 
  • Shredded Coconut 
  • Chia Seeds
  • Flax 
  • Baking Items (I keep almond flour, oat flour, cassava flour, maple syrup, raw honey, coconut sugar, coconut oil, cacao powder, and Hu Kitchen dark chocolate always on hand!)
  • Dried Spices (garlic powder/onion powder/cinnamon/etc.) 
  • Curry Paste/Powder 
  • Canned Coconut Milk (Native Forest brand is what I always pick)
  • Rao’s Marinara Sauce (I like this brand because it has no added sugar) 
  • Almond Butter (Without added sugar/oils – I love the Whole Foods 365 one)
  • Walnut Butter (Artisana brand is my favorite)
  • Coconut Butter (Artisana brand is my favorite)
  • Mary’s Gone Crackers (Everything Super Seed flavor is my favorite) 
  • Jilz Crackers (Sea Salt & Cracker Pepper is my favorite flavor)
  • Veggie Broth (I buy the one from Pacific Foods – I use this to make soups with my leftover veggies at the end of each week so nothing goes to waste)