The Best Soy-Free, Dairy-Free, and Gluten-Free Bread

I love sandwiches and ever since having to eat gluten-free I had yet to find a good tasting bread. Udi’s bread crumbles and is horrible for toasting.

Then I found Canyon Bakehouse. This bread is delicious! I eat the “Mountain White” variation as the other one has seeds in it which I can’t tolerate.

It is dairy-free, soy-free, and gluten-free certified.

Ingredients

  • Water
  • Brown Rice Flour
  • Organic Agave Syrup
  • Tapioca Flour
  • Whole Grain Sorghum Flour
  • Xanthan Gum
  • Cultured Brown Rice Flour
  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • Eggs
  • Whole Grain Amaranth
  • Sea Salt
  • Yeast
  • Natural Enzymes

The only ingredient I wish it didn’t have is the xanthan gum.

Taste

Let me tell you, this bread tastes amazing and the texture is smooth as butter! In fact it is much better than the cheap bread I was buying before my gluten-free diet.

They also have a Cinnamon Raisin bread which works great for toasting with a little peanut butter.

Where to Buy

I buy mine at Sprouts and Target. You can also find it at certain Safeways. Or you can always buy it directly on Amazon.

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You can find a store near you using the Canyon Bakehouse store locator.

Price

I pay $4.99 at Sprouts for a loaf. While that is a little expensive, it is still way cheaper than eating out. And the taste and texture make up for it.

Let me know what your favorite gluten-free bread is below.

Canyon Bakehouse Gluten-Free Bread
  • Taste
  • Price
  • Nutritional Value
4.7

Summary

Finally some bread that tastes great and is gluten-free certified, soy-free and dairy-free. Make sure to try it!

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Brian Jackson

Diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis at 27 along with gluten intolerance that was off the charts; going gluten-free literally saved my life. Read my story.

20 thoughts on “The Best Soy-Free, Dairy-Free, and Gluten-Free Bread”

  1. Hi Brian,
    We are big fans of Canyon Bakehouse too! Keep up the good work and awesome reviews, we’re following!
    GFG Team

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  2. My favorite gluten free bread is Rudi’s Original, but I like to change it up with Three Bakers whole grain white and the Canyon MT white too.

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    • Oh hey ReviewHell :) I tried a loaf of Rudi’s Original and it was pretty hard. But I should probably try again as since then I have gotten a bad load of Canyon Bakehouse as well. I think when it comes to GF, sometimes you get bad apples. So will definitely be trying that brand again.

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  3. I also avoid all processed gums (xanthum, guar, carragenean, etc), starches (tapioca, potato, corn, etc..) and corn/sorghum flour so this doesn’t work for me. anyone know of a commercial bread that is made without these ingredients?

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    • Julian Bakery’s Paleo Bread just has “Purified Water, Blanched Almond Flour, Organic Coconut Flour, Egg Whites, Psyllium, Organic Lemon Juice, Potassium Bicarbonate” and is OK as non-starch breads go. I can’t have almond flour though, so I just sparingly eat the gluten free options with starches, or just do without any bread type products.

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    • Hey Judy!
      I completely agree. When it comes to gluten-free bread, always better to buy local if you can. Unfortunately, that’s not an option for everyone.

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  4. My favorite is the brand GFree from ALDI. Sorry don’t know the price but I am going to try the above mentioned Canyon bread to compare. 🤷🏼‍♀️

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  5. I tried it and found what most people are saying is wrong. Tastes little better than corrugated cardboard. that is for sandwiches as toast its ok, And slices are as big as an appetizer so it takes 2+ sandwiches to equal half a sandwich. I’m diagnosed with Celiac Disease and would really appreciate honesty about the foods I am allowed to eat.

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    • Hey Jim,
      I love their bread. If you know of any brands that taste better, I’m all ears. There isn’t much to choose from when it comes to store-bought bread. I’ve been eating Canyon Bakehouse for years and enjoy it. But everyone’s taste buds are different. I also don’t remember what real bread tastes like anymore.

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  6. This is my favorite bread, I love Canyon. They have the best hotdog and hamburger buns. It not always easy to find, but’s worth it. If you haven’t tried the hamburger buns, you need to. There great for breakfast sandwiches too!!

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  7. My favorite GF bread comes from Colorado Springs CO. Outside the Breadbox. Bread is the best and makes super toast and sandwiches. If you do your own pizza, the pizza crust (2 to a package) are excellent. They ship everywhere. Check them out!!

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  8. Aldi’s Live G free is the bomb. Way better than Canyon and a little cheaper. It now comes in a larger slice than it did in the past. Best gluten free bread I have tried. But did you know you can purchase hamburger buns from Chick-fil-a and Red Robin. They will sell them frozen to you for about $1.25. They are packaged individually and will thaw out in no time. I pop my in the microwave for about 10 seconds. They are great when you don’t want to fill left out at the next family bar-b-q.

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  9. Udi’s white bread found in the freezer section of HEB or Walmart is the best I have found so far. It comes in 2 sizes. Normal (whole sandwich) and smaller (roughly half sandwich). Unfortunately, it needs to be kept in the refrigerator, so when I make a sandwich, I heat it in the microwave just a bit. I will be trying the Canyon Bakehouse though to compare.

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    • Thanks for the comment KaShawna! I corrected the auto-correct goof haha. Keeping in the fridge is a good suggestion. It seems that most gluten-free breads last better this way.

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