Kellogg’s Gluten-Free Rice Krispies Discontinued

Gluten Free Rice Krispies Is Discontinued

We are sad to announce that Kellogg’s Gluten-Free Rice Krispies has died. (Discontinued)

Gluten Free Rice Krispies Is Discontinued

In an official announcement made by Kellog’s on March 24, 2015 via their online community board the following eulogy was read.

“We’re sorry to report that Gluten Free Rice Krispies has been discontinued

We are sorry to announce that Gluten Free Rice Krispies has been discontinued. We made the difficult decision to stop making Gluten Free Rice Krispies due to current manufacturing constraints.

Certainly, we realize many fans will be understandably disappointed by this announcement. Although it may be difficult to replace Gluten Free Rice Krispies, we invite you to enjoy our other great Kellogg’s Gluten Free products.

I can remember like it was yesterday when the buzz about a gluten-free rice krispie option was swarming in the gluten-free community.  We all ran out (at least our family) to get the iconic brand and hear the trademark “Snap, Crackle and Pop”.  Once again we had rice krispie bars!  Here is the crazy thing; they tasted just like the original.  It’s beyond me to understand why Kellogg’s wouldn’t just keep the gluten-free recipe and replace the original.

Nevertheless there are some great gluten-free cereals out there.  You can find the Gluten-Free Award results for Best Gluten-Free Cereal here.

Best Gluten-Free Cold Cereal

If you want to stock up on gluten-free rice krispies before they are completely gone, I recommend you look at Amazon prices and shop smart.  Remember the supply and demand chart from school?  As the supply goes down demand will go up and so will prices.  Check Amazon Prizes here.


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Best Gluten-Free Cereal

Best Gluten-Free Cereal

Best Gluten-Free Cold Cereal

5th Annual Gluten-Free Awards:

I have always been a huge fan of cold cereal. It brings back childhood memories of Saturday morning cartoons (when there was no such things as dedicated cartoon channels) and hanging around in PJ’s until the neighborhood kids came to play. Today gluten-free cold cereal has come a long way. The Chex brand of gluten-free cereals continue to show strong support from the celiac disease community. Post’s Fruity Pebbles is another great option if you are looking for that sugary morning kick. 2015 is going to be a huge year for gluten-free cereal since General Mills has announced a special process that ensures gluten-free cheerios. The gluten-free community is optimistic but also rightfully concerned. Hopefully during next year’s award for best gluten-free cold cereal we will have move brands to nominate. Please feel free to leave any comments of questions below. Enjoy your cereal and yes, it’s OK to drink the milk straight out of the bowl when you are done eating. ;0)

1st Place: General Mills Honey Nut Chex

Gluten Free Honey Nut Chex

2nd Place: Nature’s Path Sunrise® Crunchy Maple

Gluten-Free Crunchy Maple Cereal

3rd Place: Post Fruity Pebbles

Gluten-Free Fruity Pebbles Cereal

Other nominees:

Bakery on Main Nutty Cranberry Maple Granola

Enjoy Life Crunchy Flax Original Cereal

Freedom Foods TropicO’s

Mom’s Best Safari Cocoa Crunch

Attune Foods Strawberry Crisp


Get the rest of the award results and tons of coupons in:

The 2015 Gluten-Free Buyers Guide

2015 Gluten-Free Buyers Guide