Wow, is it Christmas already? Well, definitely not, but that hasn’t stopped Tesco bringing out a range of gluten free products ready for Christmas 2019. I guess the least we can do is take a sneak peek at the Tesco Gluten Free Christmas Range 2019!
Ok, so before you get all ‘bah humbug’, there’s no harm in taking a peek ahead of time at what you might end up with come December! There’s actually a few pretty exciting finds, so I’ll let you browse the range below and make up your own mind. Here’s the Tesco Gluten Free Christmas Range 2019…
(I’ll be keeping this post updated with prices and new products as Christmas approaches as there’s at least 5-6 new products still to come, so keep checking back!)
Here’s 21 NEW products in the Tesco Gluten Free Christmas Range 2019 👇🏻
oh and FYI – these were all down the Christmas aisle in Tesco, NOT the free from aisle.
Make sure you let me know if you have any trouble finding any of these ✅
1. Tesco Free From Belgian Chocolate Coated Shortbread Men – Gluten free, wheat free
Remember these from last year? I thought I did… then I realised that these are NOT last year’s gingerbread men like I thought!
They’re actually buttery shortbread men covered in Belgian chocolate 😍 I only realised this when Mark pointed it out when I got home.
So yep, that’s another new product to add to the Tesco gluten free Christmas range 2019!
Also, I love that the packaging is a little house with windows… I know, I’m a big child.
Oh and here’s what they looked like last year – not sure if these ones are gonna be coming back or not 👇🏻
2. Tesco Free From Enrobed Orange Cookies and Cream – Gluten free, wheat free
Thought you’d seen this already when I posted them on Instagram a few days ago? Well, look again!
These are the ORANGE enrobed cookies and cream biscuits – so like an Oreo, but gluten free, covered in milk chocolate and orange flavoured. Heaven!
(I may or may not have eaten waaaaay too many of these already)
Check out product number 6 below to see the ‘original’ flavoured version 👇🏻
3. Tesco Finest Free From Cookie Selection – Gluten free, wheat free
Wowww – I love a good biscuit selection at Christmas and this looks like an absolute beauty!
A few of you guys have noticed there’s a little less dairy free AND gluten free products this year… and I’m sort of noticing the same pattern?
Anyone else disappointed with the lack of dairy free products this year? Anyone else unashamedly happy that they’re not always lumping gf and df together?
I’d love to know your thoughts!
4. Tesco Finest Free From Chocolate and Salted Caramel Sponge – Gluten free, wheat free
Now this will definitely be in my cupboard come Christmas day and apparently it serves 2… we’ll see about that! 😆
I always love having a little pudding like this as a back-up just in case:
a) someone didn’t read the ingredients on the dessert properly this year and I can’t actually eat it
b) dessert turns out to be Christmas pudding
So I’m covered either way! 😂
5. Tesco Free From Mini Cheese Snackers – Gluten free, wheat free
And in terms of savoury snacks, we’re covered too this year!
These mini cheese snackers are a little like mini cheddars and incredibly more-ish. I’d recommend rationing how much you put in a bowl!!
Little nibbles like this are exactly the type of thing that I can never eat, so I’m gonna make sure there’s plenty of these come Christmas day.
(there is some dairy free coming soon, I promise!)
6. Tesco Free From Enrobed cookies and cream biscuits – Gluten and wheat free – £2
These are basically like chocolate covered Oreo’s – but of course, they’re gluten free!
If you’ve tried the ‘Cookies and Cream’ biscuits that have been in the free from aisle for a while now, they’re like those… but smothered in lovely milk chocolate.
Who here’s rushing out to buy these? I only found them today!
7. Tesco Free From 4 Caramelised Apple Crumble Pies – Gluten free, wheat free, milk free – £1.75 (my fave so far in the Tesco Gluten Free Christmas Range)
These are AMAZING and dairy free too – hooray!
Anyone else still hunting for more gluten free AND dairy free products? Let me know and I’ll try and help hunt for you!
They’re definitely a little fancier than your standard apple pie in terms of filling too, so make sure you give these a try 👇🏻
8. Moo Free Hazelnut Truffles – Gluten free, dairy free, vegan – £5
My boyfriend, Mark, is lactose intolerant and I know that he’ll *love* these!
(of course, I can sneak a few too as they’re gluten free)
I don’t know why there isn’t more dairy free chocolate and hazelnut options… I mean, clearly it’s a tried and tested flavour combo! Hopefully we’ll see more products like this in the Tesco gluten free Christmas range this year.
9. Tesco Free From Christmas Pudding – Gluten free, wheat free, milk free, egg free – £3.75
This has been a staple in the Tesco gluten free Christmas range for years now, but it’s back with new branding!
I love that they’ve made what the products are free from a little clearer by using a colour-coded labelling system, so that gets a big thumbs up from me 👍🏻
I don’t actually like Christmas pudding though, so you don’t want my opinion on how it tastes however 😂
10. Tesco Finest Free From 6 Month Matured Christmas Pudding – Gluten free and wheat free – £1.50
Unlike the gluten free Christmas pudding that serves 4 above, this is a mini one that serves 1. Perfect for if you’re the only gf person in your house!
As it’s Tesco’s Finest range too, it’s infused with Cognac – BUT it’s not dairy free.
Which gf Christmas pudding will you be trying this year? 🤔 Number 4 or number 5?
11. Tesco Free From Iced Fruit Slab Cake – Gluten free, wheat free, milk free – £2.50
I think I remember this from last year in the Tesco gluten free Christmas range – but correct me if I’m wrong!
This is gluten free, wheat free AND milk free (hooray!) It’s a lovely moist fruit cake with marzipan icing on top 👌🏻
Again, not the biggest fan of fruit cake either (I’m terrible I know) so let me know your thoughts on how it tastes in the comments below this post.
12. The Free From Kitchen Advent Calendar – Gluten free, wheat free, milk free, vegan – £2.50
If you’re looking for a vegan or dairy free AND gluten free advent calendar this year, then the Free From Kitchen one is probably your best bet.
The chocolate isn’t super creamy or anything like that, but it’s lovely and sweet, with a nice bite to it.
For so many years, Mark had to go without an advent calendar (he’s 32 years old, he didn’t mind 😂) but I’m so glad I can surprise him with one again now!
Any recommendations of other dairy free advent calendars? Let me know!
13. The Free From Kitchen Choc Selection Box – Gluten free, wheat free, milk free, vegan – £3
I remember when the first ever dairy free and gluten free selection box came out… the Internet went mad for it!
And a few years on, it is still as awesome as it was back then in my opinion. It’s a nice little bit of fun that us free from folks never really got to experience for so many years!
I would love to see a few more variations in this box in the future – like maybe some sort of salted caramel flavours inside? Maybe a few middles filled with something? I don’t know!
It’s basically all plain milk and white chocolate alternatives so I’d love to see a bit more variation in the box next year. Anyone else agree?
14. The Free From Kitchen White Choc Coins – Gluten free, wheat free, milk free, vegan – £1
Why are chocolate coins a Christmas thing?! Is there some sort of tradition I’m missing out on? Feel free to educate me if you actually know the reason!
These are white chocolate coins that are of course dairy free, wheat free, gluten free and vegan.
(did it bother anyone else how oddly I ordered those?! Or was that just me?)
There’s also some milk chocolate coins too below that I think have appeared in the Tesco gluten free Christmas range before too 👇🏻
15. The Free From Kitchen Choc Coins – Gluten free, wheat free, milk free, vegan – £1
Ta-da! Yep, here’s the milk chocolate version of the coins. Same chocolate as the selection box and advent calendar of course 👇🏻
Perfect stocking fillers for any lucky dairy free kids out there!
16. Nairn’s Gluten Free Savoury Biscuit Selection – Gluten free – £3.75
I was actually sooo excited when I saw this in the new Tesco gluten free Christmas range! This feels like the type of product we’ve been missing at Christmas and I can’t wait to try it out.
There’s a selection of 6 wholegrain crackers, 6 cheese crackers, 6 cracked black pepper crackers…
… 6 oatcakes and 5 cheese oatcakes. I’m so used to having the same gf crackers over and over again, so having a little choice without buying 6 different packs of crackers sounds good to me.
This was £3.75 btw, what do you think? For me, this is gonna be a one-off Christmas day kinda thing so I can deal with that!
17. Tesco Free From Panettone – Gluten free, wheat free
This is a hero from previous years, but back in shiny new Tesco free from branding! Here’s what the new one looks like 👇🏻
We’ve had to go for years with a panettone in the past, so I’m glad to see this return every year in Tesco’s gluten free Christmas range.
Who here has tried it before? Does anyone still want an enormous panettone?! I wouldn’t mind!
18. Tesco Free From 4 Deep Filled Mince Pies – Gluten free, wheat free, milk free
And what would Christmas be without a good gluten free and dairy free mince pie?
(well, I can tell you if you want, because I went years without being able to eat one – Mark too!)
But now we can share these together! I won’t get into the whole ‘which supermarket does the best gf mince pie’ thing this year 😂
However, you can feel free to let me know your thoughts!
19. Tesco Turkey and Stuffing Bites – ‘Accidentally’ gluten free
Oh and I thought I’d throw in a couple of finds that I discovered outside of the free from section of the Christmas aisle. These were actually along the Christmas aisle still though, but with all the muggle crisps.
(these have no gluten-containing ingredients and no ‘may contain gluten/wheat etc’ warning which Coeliac UK are safe to eat – I call them ‘accidentally’ gluten free)
But I thought this was pretty exciting, because since when can we eat anything with the word ‘stuffing’ in it?!
This is exactly the type of thing I’d love to have a big bowl of when Christmas rolls around! I also love how it says ‘festive flavour’ just in case you weren’t sure 😂
20. Tesco Sausage Roll Flavour Puffs – ‘Accidentally’ gluten free
And here’s one more packet than I found next to the turkey and stuffing bites – sausage roll flavour puffs!
(these are the same deal as the crisps above – no gluten-containing ingredients and no ‘may contain gluten/wheat etc’)
I thought this was a bit of a novelty since we can never eat sausage rolls (feel free to use my gf recipe though) and these are accidentally gluten free too.
They’re a bit like Wotsits (which DO have a may contain for wheat) but they taste like meat and we can actually eat them. Hooray!
21. Tesco Finest Free From Truffle Selection – Gluten free, wheat free, milk free, egg free – £5
The dairy free chocolate options at Tesco just seem to get better and better!
I’m pretty sure we started off with these types of truffles which were a lovely caramel flavour – but now in this box, you’ve got salted caramel, dark chocolate truffle, coffee and white chocolate AND chocolate orange.
Mark was so happy when I brought this home… half of it seems to have disappeared already!
That’s the 21 NEW products in the Tesco Gluten Free Christmas Range 2019!
Thanks for joining me in checking out the Tesco Gluten Free Christmas Range 2019! What did you think? Is it too early for Christmas products?! Which one was your favourite? What did you think of the prices? What are we still missing?
If you enjoyed this post, make sure you check out my Sainsbury’s gluten free Christmas range 2019 post by tapping over here.
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