Last week I shared with you my Printable Pantry Labels. Thank you for all your kind comments and suggestions for additional labels. I will be sharing a Pantry Label Part 2 here soon. I also mentioned some Gluten Free Pantry Labels that I would be sharing and I am happy to be able to share those with you today! Being Gluten free myself, I have a need for both of the labels in my home, and I know many of you need them as well.
I have a separate cabinet dedicated to the foods I need to eat, due to my food allergies, and I wanted to be able to label my jars so that I could keep them organized and separate. I don’t use a ton of different Gluten Free flours because I am the only one in my family who needs them, and I have been trying to eat more Paleo and whole foods…but there are times when I do want to make something that I can eat and I need to use a Gluten Free Flour.
I know many of you need to be really strict about your Gluten Free diets due to Celiac’s and other food sensitivities, so I tried to come up with a list of the most common Gluten Free items that most of you will have in your pantries. So I will be sharing the first set of labels and then adding another set with some feedback from you guys as to some items we can add to the next set. How does that sound?
What I ask in return is that you share these with your friends and family. Please do NOT give them the files, but rather direct them here to my site and this post so that they can get them for this post. I am able to justify giving these out free with the traffic that I get ;).
I tested a few different materials to print these labels on to see which material I liked the best. I used some Avery Clear Sticker paper that came in sheets first. They worked fine…but…were not clear. They have a frost to them which bothered me on the glass jars. They were okay on the plastic containers if you had a white substance in them because they were not as obvious.
The best material I have found is the Clear Printable Sticker Material from Silhouette. It sticks well and my printer printed on the surface very nicely. Be sure to let them dry fully before touching them so that they do not smear. All printers are not created equally. So if you are having trouble with the labels smearing, I have found that you can place a piece of clear packing tape (the thick (wide) kind) and that can protect them from smearing and from water damage.
*YOU WILL NEED TO PRINT WITH A LASER PRINTER OR LASER COPIER FOR BEST RESULTS!
- gluten free all-purpose flour
- white rice flour
- brown rice flour
- almond flour
- coconut flour
- xantham gum
- millet flour
- fava bean flour
- garbanzo flour
- oat flour
- corn flour
- potato starch
- sorghum flour
- tapioca flour
- soy flour
- rice pasta
- gluten free pasta
The gluten free labels come in three different downloadable prints.
- Printable Gluten Free Pantry Labels (1) (includes Gluten Free All-purpose Flour, Almond Flour, Coconut Flour, Xantham Gum, White Rice Flour, Brown Rice Flour)
- Printable Gluten Free Pantry Labels (2) (includes arrowroot starch, millet flour, fava bean flour, garbanzo flour, oat flour, corn flour)
- Printable Gluten Free Pantry Labels (3) (includes potato starch, sorghum flour, tapioca flour, soy flour, rice pasta, gluten free pasta)
If you would like to download, and or print the Printable Gluten Free Pantry Labels, click on the button below:
*As always, these are provided for you in good faith that they will be used for personal use only. Do not re-sell these in your shops or send them to your friends or post the links to them with out my permission. If you will send people here to get them, I would appreciate it!
If you like these…share this post with your friends and family so they can get them here too! Thank You!
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