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Are Oreos Gluten Free?
The Original Oreos are not gluten free. They contain unbleached enriched flour and come in a blue package. There are also many other flavors available.
However, the Oreo Company has come out with a gluten free version.
Gluten Free Oreo Cookie Ingredients?
The gluten free Oreos use a mixture of white rice flour, tapioca starch, whole oat flour, and cornstarch to make the cookie.
The gluten free Oreos come in a white package and each cookie has gluten free stamped on it, even if it can be a little hard to read.
Original Oreos vs Gluten Free Oreos?
My husband and I both tried each version of the double stuffed variety.
Although they are both very similar in taste, the main differences where:
- The size: the original double stuffed are slightly smaller in diameter and in the amount of cream compared to the gluten free double stuffed
- The cookie: although very slight, the gluten free version is a little crisper/stale when you bite into it. And by stale I just mean it breaks the same way as a stale cookie/cracker would- and I think that is because there is no gluten in it.
Overall, the taste between the two is almost identical and if I was just given a gluten free one I wouldn’t know the difference.
Where to buy gluten free Oreos?
I found these at my local Walmart, but you can purchase them at Target, Albertsons, and even online!