Wondering which brands of spaghetti noodles are gluten-free? We’re sharing popular brands to try, plus which gluten-free spaghetti is the best!
Ever since I was a toddler, spaghetti has been one of my favorite dinners. That didn’t change when we went gluten-free!
Whether you’re cooking for someone with Celiac disease or you’re gluten intolerant yourself, you’ll need gluten-free spaghetti to help satisfy your pasta craving.
Spaghetti squash and veggie noodles (like zucchini noodles) are yummy veggie-based options, but when you want real-deal spaghetti on a gluten-free diet, there are some great options out there to try.
Here’s what you need to know about buying gluten-free spaghetti…
Are Spaghetti Noodles Gluten-Free?
Traditional spaghetti is made from wheat flour, so it is NOT gluten-free. Thankfully, there are more gluten-free spaghetti brands available these days than ever before, so it’s easy to find gluten-free spaghetti at the grocery store.
Gluten-free spaghetti can be made from all kinds of gluten-free alternatives: corn, white rice, brown rice, lentils, chickpeas, quinoa, cauliflower, peas, almonds, cassava, beans, and more!
Which Brands Of Spaghetti Are Gluten-Free?
So, which brands of spaghetti pasta ARE gluten-free? We rounded up every brand of gluten-free spaghetti we can find and their ingredients below!
- Ancient Harvest Corn, Brown Rice & Quinoa Spaghetti – Organic Corn Flour, Organic Brown Rice Flour, Organic Quinoa Flour
- Ancient Harvest Protein Green Lentil Spaghetti – Green Lentil Flour, Organic Quinoa Flour
- Andean Dream Spaghetti – Organic White rice flour, Organic quinoa flour
- Bionaturae Gluten-Free Spaghetti – Organic Rice Flour. Organic Potato Starch, Organic Rice Starch, Organic Soy Flour
- Banza Chickpea Spaghetti – Chickpeas, Tapioca, Pea Protein, Xanthan Gum
- Barilla Gluten-Free Corn Spaghetti – corn flour, rice flour, mono and diglycerides
- Barilla Chickpea Spaghetti – Chickpea Flour
- Barilla Red Lentil Spaghetti – Red Lentil Flour
- Capello’s Grain Free Almond Flour Spaghetti. – Almond flour, eggs, tapioca flour, xanthan gum, sea salt
- De Cecco High Protein red Lentil Spaghetti – Red Lentil Flour
- DeLallo Gluten-Free Whole Grain Spaghetti – 100% brown rice flour
- DeLallo Gluten-Free Corn & Rice Spaghetti – 70% corn flour, 30% rice flour
- Explore Cuisine Organic Black Bean Spaghetti – Organic Black Bean Flour (Black Soybeans)
- Good & Gather Gluten-Free Spaghetti – Corn flour, rice flour, mono and diglycerides
- Jovial Gluten-Free Brown Rice Spaghetti (*Our Favorite!) – Organic Brown Rice Flour, Water
- Jovial Grain-Free Cassava Spaghetti – Organic Cassava Flour, Water
- Le Vaneziane Gluten-Free Corn Spaghetti – Corn Flour, Emulsifier (Mono and diglycerides of fatty acids of vegetable origin)
- Tinkyada Brown Rice Spaghetti – Brown rice, water
- Tinkyada White Rice Spaghetti – White rice, water
- Whole Foods Market Organic Gluten-Free Red Lentil Spaghetti – Organic Red Lentil Flour
- 365 By Whole Foods Corn & Rice Gluten-Free Spaghetti – Brown Rice Flour, Yellow Corn Flour, White Corn Flour, Rice Flour, Mono- and Diglycerides of Fatty Acids (Emulsifiers)
- ZenB Gluten-Free Spaghetti – Yellow Peas
which gluten-free spaghetti noodles are the best?
Every family will have their own preference, but after almost a decade of eating gluten-free, here are our top picks for gluten-free spaghetti:
Best Overall: Jovial Brown Rice Spaghetti
After almost a decade of eating gluten-free, Jovial Brown Rice Spaghetti is consistently our favorite. It’s got a texture most similar to traditional pasta, is relatively inexpensive, and has a neutral flavor that won’t overpower the flavor of the sauce. It’s becoming ever more widely available, so I can pick it up at Kroger, Sprouts, Natural Grocers, Whole Foods, Amazon, Thrive Market, and more.
Best Fresh Gluten-Free Spaghetti: Capello’s Almond Flour Spaghetti
This fresh pasta has a lovely homemade taste and texture, so if you’re looking for fresh pasta, this is a lovely option. The only real downsides for me are that it’s not shelf-stable (so it’s tougher to keep on hand), and it’s definitely expensive. At $9-11 per box, it’s one of the priciest of the bunch!
Best Bean Or Lentil Spaghetti: Banza Chickpea Spaghetti
Banza spaghetti consistently comes up as a high protein recommendation. It has a pretty decent texture (if a touch more dense), but I can definitely taste the bean flavor without sauce. If you’ve got little ones who are particular, this one may not pass the kid test. But if you’re counting macros, or eat a plant-based diet, this can be a great way to squeeze in some extra protein and fiber on pasta night!
Best Budget Friendly Gluten-Free Spaghetti
Barilla Corn Spaghetti is probably the most budget-friendly option out there. If money’s tight (I get it! Gluten-Free foods always feel more expensive!), Barilla can be a great way to go. It’s also one of the more widely available options out there, so it can be easier to find.
FAQ + Tips For Buying gluten-free spaghetti:
Is Gluten-Free Spaghetti Healthy? Like traditional pasta, some brands are healthier than others. Corn and white rice-based pastas won’t bring much protein or fiber to the table. Brown rice and quinoa-based pastas have a decent amount of protein and fiber, and lentil and bean-based pastas can pack lots of each into a serving.
What Kind Of Gluten-Free Spaghetti Is The Most Like Regular Spaghetti? Texturally, I find brown rice spaghetti to taste the most similar to traditional spaghetti.
What Is Gluten-Free Pasta Made Out Of? Since it doesn’t rely on wheat flour, gluten-free spaghetti can be made from all kinds of things! Common ingredients are corn, rice, brown rice, lentils, chickpeas, beans, cassava, peas, and quinoa.
Where’s The Best Place To Buy Gluten-Free Pasta? Honestly, the best deal for many brands is to stock up or buy in bulk. I love Thrive Market for stocking up on my gluten-free pantry staples. Amazon can be another good option!