Gluten Free Spices & Seasonings List

Gluten Free Spices and Seasonings List

Do I need to worry about spices and seasonings containing gluten? This is a question I get asked often. Individual herbs and spices typically are gluten free, however there has been talk that some manufactures add flour to stretch out the spices and also concerns of cross-contamination. You shouldn’t have to worry about this with large spice company, however if you’re worried it’s always best to contact the company.

With Thanksgiving around the corner, I’ve put together a huge list of gluten free spices and seasonings:

Durkee:

Allspice:
Ground
Whole
Granulated Alum
Anise Seed
Apple Pie Spice
Basil Leaf
Bay Leaves
Black Pepper:
Coarse Ground
Ground
Caraway Seed
Cayenne Pepper
Celery Flakes
Celery Seed
Chili Powder:
Original
Hot
Mexican
Texas
Chopped Chives
Cilantro Leaf
Ground Cinnamon
Cinnamon Stick
Cloves:
Ground
Whole
Cream of Tartar
Ground Cumin
Cumin Seed
Curry Powder
Dill Seed
Dill Weed
Extract:
Cinnamon
Imitation French Vanilla
Pure Almond
Pure Anise
Pure Lemon
Pure Mint
Pure Vanilla
Fennel Seed 
Food Color:
Black
Blue
Green
Neon
Red
Yellow
Minced Garlic
Garlic Powder
Garlic Salt
Ground Ginger
Grinder:
Garlic Salt with Parsley
Italian Bistro Blend
Peppercorn Melange
Sea Salt
Whole Black Peppercorns
Imitation Flavor:
Almond
Banana
Butter
Cherry
Clear Vanilla
Coconut
Maple
Orange
Peppermint
Raspberry
Root Beer
Rum
Strawberry
Vanilla
Lime Pepper Blend
M.S.G.
Ground Mace
Ground Marjoram
Marjoram Leaf
Meat Tenderizer:
Seasoned
Unseasoned
Ground Mustard
Mustard Seed
Ground Nutmeg
Minced Onion
Onion Powder
Onion Salt
Oregano:
Crushed
Ground
Ground Mexican
Oregano Leaf
Paprika
Parsley Flakes
Pickling Spice
Poppy Seed
Pumpkin Pie Spice
Crushed Red Pepper
Crushed Rosemary
Rosemary Leaf 
Sage:
Ground
Rubbed
Sage Leaf 
Seasoning:
Italian
Lemon Pepper
Poultry
Sesame Seed
Six Pepper Blend
Steak Spice
Tarragon Leaf
Ground Thyme
Thyme Leaf
Ground Turmeric
Ground White Pepper
Grill Creations Chicken & Rib Rub
Grill Creations Seasoning:
Cajun
Chicken
Citrus Grill
Garlic Pepper
Spicy Steak
St. Louis Style Smokey Mesquite
Steak

 

Hidden Valley:

Greek Yogurt Salad Dressing Mix
Salad Dressing & Seasoning Mix:
Buttermilk Recipe Ranch
Original Ranch
Spicy Ranch
Farmhouse Originals Salad Dressing & Seasoning Mix:
Garlic & Herb
Homestyle Italian

Lawry’s:

Garlic Pepper
Garlic Powder, Course Ground with Parsley
Garlic Salt, Course Ground with Parsley
Ready to Spread Garlic Spread
Lemon Pepper
Salt-Free 17 Seasoning
Seasoned Pepper
Seasoned Salt:
Original
25% Less Sodium
Black Pepper
Spices & Seasonings Mix:
Chicken Fajitas
Chicken Taco
Chimichurri Burrito Casserole
Creamy Basil Chicken Tortellini
Extra Rich & Thick Spaghetti Sauce
Fajitas
Lemon Butter Dill Tilapia
Mediterranean Sundried Tomato & Garlic Chicken
Original Style Spaghetti Sauce
Sicilian Lasagna with Basil & Oregano
Sloppy Joes
Southwest Chicken Skillet
Tenderizing Beef Marinade

Litehouse:

Freeze-Dried Basil
Freeze-Dried Chives
Freeze-Dried Cilantro
Freeze-Dried Dill
Freeze-Dried Garlic
Freeze-Dried Italian Herb Blend
Freeze-Dried Mushrooms
Freeze-Dried Oregano
Freeze-Dried Parsley
Freeze-Dried Poultry Herb Blend
Freeze-Dried Red Jalapenos
Freeze-Dried Red Onion
Freeze-Dried Salad Herb Blend
Freeze-Dried Spring Onion

McCormick:

According to McMormick: “Since the late 1990’s, McCormick has used “Plain English” allergen labeling to communicate our product ingredients to our consumers. Gluten is listed as ‘wheat’ or ‘barley’ in our ingredient statements. This labeling policy adheres to the FDA regulations that were implemented as of January 1, 2006….f a product does not have an ingredient statement, it is a pure spice or herb with nothing added and contains no added glutens. In addition, the alcohol in all of our retail extracts is not from grain and is gluten free. All Food Colors are gluten free.”

Since McCormick has hundreds of spices I didn’t list them all.

Morton:

Iodized Salt & McCormick Pepper Shakers
Iodized Salt Shakers
Coarse Kosher Salt
Black Peppercorn Pepper Grinder
Salt:
Original
Canning & Pickling
Iodized
Popcorn
Salt Balance Salt Blend
Lite Salt Mixture
Salt Substitute
Sea Salt:
Coarse
Fine
Natural
Sea Salt Grinder:
Extra Coarse
Roasted Garlic
Sausage & Meat Loaf Seasoning Mix
Nature’s Seasons Seasoning Blend:
Original
25% Less Sodium
All Seasoned Salt:
Original
25% Less Sodium
Garlic
Pepper
Spicy

Old Bay: 

Old Bay Seasoning:
Original
30% Less Sodium
Old Bay with Blackened Seasoning
Old Bay with Garlic & Herb Seasoning
Old Bay with Lemon & Herb Seasoning
Rub
Seafood Steamers Seasoning

Ortega:

Guacamole Seasoning Mix
Taco Seasoning Mix:
Original
40% Less Sodium
Chipotle

Simply Organic:

Enchilada Sauce Seasoning
Mulling Spice Mix
Seasoning Mix:
Black Bean
Dirty Rice
Gumbo Base
Jambalaya
Red Bean
Sloppy Joe Seasoning
Spicy Taco Seasoning
Turkey Brine Seasoning
Grilling Seasons
Orange Ginger
Steak Seasoning

Stubb’s:

Spice Rub:
Bar-B-Q
Beef
Chicken
Pork
Steak

Spice Islands:

Grinder:
Chipotle Chili Seasoning
Smoky Mesquite Seasoning
Gourmet Blends Seasoning:
Beau Monde
Garlic Pepper
Italian Herb
Jamaican Jerk
Lemon Pepper
Poultry
Pumpkin Pie Spice
Grilling Gourmet Seasoning:
Chicken
Spicy Chicken
Spicy Seafood
Spicy Steak
Steak
World Flavors Seasoning:
Garam Masala
Louisiana Style Cajun
Thai

Tone’s:

Sweet Leaf Basil
Whole Basil Leaves
Bay Leaves
Black Pepper:
Coarse Ground
Fine Ground
Ground
Restaurant
Whole
Cayenne Pepper
Celery Flakes
Chili Powder:
Original
Dark
Chopped Chives
Cilantro
Cinnamon:
Ground
Stick

Cinnamon Maple Sprinkle
Ground Cumin
Curry Powder
Dill Weed
Minced Garlic
Garlic Powder
Garlic Salt
Ground Mustard
Onion Powder
Onion Salt
Oregano Leaves
Spanish Paprika
Parsley Flakes
Red Crushed Pepper
Peppercorn Melange
Pickling Spice
Leaf Sage
Seasoning:
Cajun
Citrus Grill
Garlic Pepper
Italian
Lemon Pepper
Ground White Pepper
Crazy Dave’s Lemon Pepper
Crazy Dave’s Pepper & Spice
Crazy Dave’s Salt & Spice

Happy Cooking! 🙂

*This list is for the US. If you’re in another country, please contact the manufacturer first.

**This list was last updated on 11/16

 

 

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8 comments

  1. Kristy from Southern In Law says:

    Such a great list! It’s always so tricky knowing what’s gluten free and what’s not! I remember one of the weirdest “I can’t believe it has gluten” finds was sea salt! I was at a restaurant and about to put salt on my food when I saw “may contain gluten” on the side. Thank goodness they’d left it in the brand’s container and not put it in something else, haha!

    • msmodify says:

      Sea salt?! Wow I would have never thought! Yeah, you’re lucky they left it in the container! Good lesson to learn that we can never put our guard down!

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