Your go-to guide to gluten free gravy and stock cubes

Your go-to guide to gluten free gravy and stock cubes

Where can you get gluten free gravy and stock cubes? I’ve been asked this question a lot lately, so I’ve hunted down all of the gluten free stock cubes and gravy mixes I could find in my local supermarkets. Gravy or stock cubes often have wheat flour in, and it’s left a lot of people with coeliac disease stumped. After all, what is a roast dinner or bangers and mash, without gravy?

Luckily, there seem to be plenty of options on the market. You’ll find the kitchen staple, Oxo cubes, are sadly out of the question (cheers for that, gluten) and some of Bisto’s gravies also have a ‘may contain wheat’ warning on them, despite no gluten in the ingredients list. But there are plenty of options out there, so fear not, save your roast with some of these beauties!

We’ll start with gluten free gravy – scroll on for gluten free stock cubes.

Gluten free gravy

Here are some gluten free gravy granules I have found on my supermarket rounds. I visited Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda and Morrisons, and this is what I found, and where I found it:

Schwartz gluten free beef gravy

Found in the free from aisle in Morrisons. 

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Gluten, wheat and milk free gravy granules by Morrisons

Found in the free from aisle in Morrisons (obvs!).

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Isabel’s gluten free beef gravy

Found in the free from aisle in Morrisons.

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Knorr gluten free and vegan ‘classic’ gravy

Found in the free from aisle in Tesco.

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Tesco gluten, wheat and milk free beef gravy granules

Found in the free from aisle in Tesco.

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Kallo organic gluten free chicken gravy

Found in the free from aisle in Sainsbury’s.

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Gluten free stock cubes

Ok, so now we’ve got the gravy sorted, what about the stock cubes? This list is in no way exclusive, but here are some of the gluten free stock cubes I discovered in the supermarket.

Knorr organic gluten free chicken stock powder

Found in the free from aisle in Tesco.

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Bouillon gluten and yeast free vegetable stock

Found in the free from aisle in Sainsbury’s.

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Knorr gluten free chicken stock cube

Found in the gravy aisle in all supermarkets – all flavours of Knorr stock cubes are gluten free.

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Kallo organic gluten and lactose free stock cubes

Found in the free from aisle in Asda.
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Knorr gluten free chicken stock pot

Found in the gravy aisle in all stores – all flavours of their stock pots are clearly marked gluten free. 

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Asda and Tesco’s own stock cubes

Found in the gravy aisle, these were both gluten free.

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Oxo rich beef stock pot with onion and rosemary

Found in the gravy aisle in Sainsbury’s.

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Oxo succulent chicken with garlic and thyme stock pot

Found in the gravy aisle in Sainsbury’s.

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Did I miss any?

I know this list is now exclusive and there are some supermarkets I haven’t been able to visit. I’d love to know if there are any gluten free gravy or stock cubes that I have missed? Please comment below and let me know or tag me on my Facebook page, Instagram or Twitter.

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Guide to gluten free gravy and stock cubes and pots from The Gluten Free Blogger. www.theglutenfreeblogger.com

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7 Comments

  1. Claire Green
    August 11, 2017 / 14:30

    Knorr Stock Pots…. the Rich Beef stock pot, whilst gluten free, does contain Barley Malt Extract – as I found to my cost a I have a separate allergy to Barley… some people with CD may well do to avoid this particular variety if they are sensitive to barley malt extract.

  2. Chris Jones
    August 11, 2017 / 14:34

    We have found the range of Knorr Stock pots the most effective- thickened if needed with a little corn flour.
    Thanks for the ideas and for sharing!

  3. Sandy
    August 11, 2017 / 19:35

    If it contains barley surely it’s not gluten free?

    • Sarah H (GF Blogger)
      August 11, 2017 / 20:25

      The barley levels are low enough to be considered gluten free (less than 20ppm). However, some people have an allergy to Barley, which is why it’s labelled as an allergen in bold.

  4. Jane connelly
    August 12, 2017 / 14:05

    I find the tescoes free from gravy beef and veg excellent

  5. August 13, 2017 / 20:15

    Stock can be a pesky thing for hidden gluten for sure….. When Miss GF was in primary school, they gave me free rein on their larder to check packets and when I discovered their stock contained gluten, they changed it for all children! I have to say, I would still avoid anything which contains barley though, however small the level. x

  6. janet tench
    August 14, 2017 / 18:47

    Gravy, I have always found difficult. I will go through the ones you suggest one at a time, but as we all know what suits one doesn’t suit another. Thanks for your efforts

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