Cooking. Baking. Snacking. Essentials.
Welcome! When it comes to pantry staples, baking necessities, and the ever-important snack drawer, I have a very discerning eye (and palate). This Market is a way of sharing my kitchen with you!
When I determine that a new product is worthy of a permanent (or recurring) spot in my kitchen, then that product will in turn become an addition to Mollie’s Market. It’s that simple.
What will you find here?
Products we use daily for cooking, must-haves for baking, and those snacks that often find their way into our shopping cart...
All items are clickable, gluten free, and available for purchase.
Aleia’s Gluten Free Foods Panko and Breadcrumbs. The best breadcrumbs! We use these frequently whenever a recipe calls for them. And the panko is incredible for making the crispiest fried fish, chicken tenders, or the topping on baked scallops.
California Olive Ranch Olive Oil. Because we use it for basically everything. Eggs in the morning, sautéeing at night. It’s all-purpose and excellent.
Fage Greek Yogurt. A no-brainer when it comes to making yogurt-sauces and substituting sour cream. Make sure to buy the 5% (full-fat) option.
Jovial Foods Gluten Free Pasta. This is the gold standard for GF pasta in my opinion. We keep plenty available at all times in various shapes. I love the capellini for scampi, the elbows for mac-and-cheese, and the farfalle for that fan-favorite, sausage and kale pasta.
Jovial Foods Organic Chickpeas. Excellent quality chickpeas that are essential in some many of our favorite meals. Perfect for making hummus, crisping to go on salads or as part of a grain bowl.
Kerrygold Unsalted Butter. I could offer a million options for this fridge staple, but I do keep a stock of this unsalted butter, always.
Kikkoman Tamari. This is gluten free soy sauce and we use it in place of the regular stuff. Same flavor. Same uses. Enough said.
Maldon Sea Salt. Flakey salt that’s great to enhance our food and to garnish a cookie. We buy it in the largest container available.
Plugra Butter. European Style. Salted and Unsalted. It’s just so good! Worth the splurge.
Rao’s Homemade Tomato Sauce. We often prefer to make our own sauce from scratch, but in the event we need a sauce ASAP, then we often turn to this brand. It’s delicious and simple; we love the tomato basil marinara.
Spectrum Naturals Unrefined Toasted Sesame Oil. This flavorful oil amplifies our stir-fries and makes the kitchen smell incredible.
Teddie All Natural Peanut Butter. This locally-made peanut butter is perfect for any number of uses include sauces, snacking, spreading on rice cakes (or GF bread), and more. The toughest question will always remain: smooth or chunky?
Thai Kitchen Gluten Free Stir Fry Rice Noodles. Ever notice how we don’t shy away from noodle-based dishes? That’s because we’ve got these on-hand at all times. Perfect for all of our “Udon” needs! This brand offers several GF noodle options, too.
Cup4Cup Gluten Free Flour. My go-to for any and all flour needs. Baking cookies, baking cakes, coating chicken, making a roux, this flour is gluten free and does it all. And your guests will never know the difference.
Domino-brand Pure Cane White and Brown Sugar. A classic that is perfect for baking. It’s inexpensive, too, which is a bonus.
Guittard Chocolate Baking Bars/Discs/Chips. My preferred brand of chocolate for making cookies and anything that requires the good stuff. I chop the bars for the “puddle” effect in cookies, discs for when we want big bites of chocolate, and chips for when we’re feeling more traditional. You really can’t go wrong! Best part? They’re available in varying percentages of cocoa.
India Tree Demerara Sugar. Using this “sugar in the raw” has become frequent as it’s great in cookies and is the crispy edge on the Internet’s favorite shortbread. Buy it now. Enjoy it over and over again.
Nielsen-Massey Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla. I figure it’s important to buy high-quality vanilla when you’re making high-quality cookies. Don’t you agree? This stuff is excellent.
Cape Cod All-Natural Potato Chips. There are many options out there for salty, crunchy potato chips, but the classic Cape Cod variety really hit the spot. Plus, there are so many flavors! These work well for crumbling into cookies, too. ;)
Hippeas Organic Chickpea Puffs. What can I say? Slightly skeptical upon eating my first vegan “Cheeto,” I was quickly hooked and am now a big fan of the white cheddar flavor (and all others).
Kettle-Brand Potato Chips. Another excellent choice for when you just need that salty crunch. Many flavors available including dill pickle (it’s good!) and sour cream and onion (a must-buy).
Lesser Evil Snacks Paleo Puffs “No Cheese” Cheesiness. A new find (for me) that satisfies my constant cravings for salty, crunchy, and cheesy snacks. The joy is that they’re organic and vegan so there are no funny ingredients; and much healthier than many alternatives out there.
Mi Nina Tortilla Chips. Locally made near Boston, we love this family-owned chip company that makes awesome tortilla chips with minimal ingredients. Perfect for nachos, salsa, and more.
Perfection Snacks Snack Mix. Have you been searching for the gluten free version of that old classic “party mix” and haven’t had any luck? Well! Today’s the day. I found this miracle at the grocery store the other day and am officially hooked. Certified gluten free and certifiably awesome, this snack mix (party mix, in my opinion) includes GF pretzels, cheese curls, tortilla chips, and bread sticks. It’s delicious, amazing, and as perfect as I’d hoped it would be.
Quinn’s Gluten Free Pretzels/Rods. Simply put, these are delicious and are my latest favorite snack to keep in my desk at work. The regular pretzels are great as well as the rye-style rods. They also make a peanut-butter-stuffed option.
Saffron Road Lentil Chips. Perfect as a pita chip replacement and much healthier! We buy the classic flavor when we’re using them to dip into (Party) hummus.
Siete Foods Cassava Flour Tortillas. Grain-free tortillas that are perfect for breakfast tacos, dinner tostadas, and everything in-between. They offer other styles made with almond and cashew flour, but we have been really pleased with the Cassava variety!
Siete Foods Grain-Free Tortilla Chips. Equally delicious to the tortillas, these crunchy chips are available in many flavors - we love the lime - and the hardest part is not eating the whole bag in one sitting. Let’s be real: that happens!
Simple Mills Almond Flour Crackers. So many flavors to choose from and they are all excellent. Right now I’m loving the Cracked Pepper and Sun-Dried Tomato Basil. Their Sprouted Seed crackers are excellent, too.
Tate’s Bake Shop Gluten Free Cookies. For the most part I bake all of our cookies, but in the rare instance we just need some now, then Tate’s are an excellent option. Thin and crispy cookies - we always easily eat half the bag.
Toufayan Gluten Free All Natural Vegan Pita Chips. When you want the real thing for that bowl of hummus, look no further than these chips. Too delicious!
Vermont Smoke & Cure Pork Meat Sticks. Yes, it’s a meat stick. But it’s delicious and a quick dose of protein for on-the-go needs. Cute packaging, too. This company offers plenty of GF products - delicious pepperoni. ;)
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