While some people choose restrictive diets for weight loss reasons (keto comes to mind), other people go on restrictive diets because they have no choice.

Going gluten free is optional for some people, but others have found it to be essential. Anyone who has a sensitivity or intolerance to gluten (a protein found in many grains like wheat, rye and barley) will find that cutting gluten out of their diet will help their body feel better. For example, when people with a wheat allergy or celiac disease cut gluten out of their diet, they will probably notice an increase in energy along with weight loss.

If you are on a gluten free diet or if you know someone who is, you probably know that it can sometimes we difficult to find things that are gluten free at the grocery store. Sure, you can buy fruit, veggies, meat and dairy, but if you’re looking for bread, cookies or another carb-filled treat, there aren’t always many gluten free options on store shelves.

Oreo wants to make life a little sweeter for those on gluten free diets, and the cookie company has created two new gluten free cookies that will hit store shelves in January 2021. That’s already proof that 2021 is going to be better than 2020!

Oreo has created a gluten free version of their original cookie, and just like the original, it’s made with real cocoa.

 

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Oreo fans who have gone gluten free are super excited about this news.  One Instagram user wrote, “Oh my goodness!!!! Yes!!!!!! First thing I’m gonna do is make me a gluten free Oreo shake! It’s been 9 years since I’ve been able to eat one!!!!”

Over on Twitter, one Oreo fan asked for a gluten free version of the double stufff Oreo, and Oreo responded that they actually have created a gluten free version of that popular cookie as well.

If you’re gluten free, you don’t have to wait until 2021 to enjoy a delicious dessert. In the meantime, try out these easy to make gluten free brownies and these gluten free peanut butter banana muffins.

Are you excited about the new gluten free Oreos? Will you buy the original version or the double stuff Oreos?