Velveeta is gluten-free; none of its ingredients contain gluten. Kraft Foods does not label this product as being certified gluten-free, which means there is a chance of cross-contamination.
Velveeta is a processed cheese product with a smoother texture than cheese. The name derives from the velvety consistency the product maintains when it is melted. Velveeta was invented in 1918 and later sold to Kraft Foods in 1927. Popular uses for Velveeta include grilled cheese sandwiches, queso dip, and macaroni and cheese. Velveeta is also available in Sharp Cheddar, Jalapeño, Mexican and 2% Milk varieties. The Velveeta brand has been spun off into a product line that includes several varieties of macaroni and cheese dinner kits, Cheesy Skillet dinner kits and Cheesy Potatoes kits.Learn More
Galaxy Minstrels are gluten-free. Its list of ingredients includes sugar, carnauba wax (glazing agent), skimmed milk, whey powder, dextrin, starch, cocoa butter, milk fat, lactose, natural colors, starch, vegetable oil and soya lecithin (emulsifier). The natural flavorings of this product, however, may contain nut traces.Full Answer >
Whole, natural potatoes are gluten-free and are safe for people who have celiac disease or gluten intolerance. Every type of potato in the world is naturally gluten-free.Full Answer >
A level teaspoon of granulated white sugar has 16 calories, none of which comes from fat. Nutritionally, a teaspoon of sugar has 4.2 grams of carbohydrates, which is 1 percent of the recommended daily allowance for a person to ingest.Full Answer >
According to ConAgra Foods, the producer of products under the Swiss Miss brand, all varieties of Swiss Miss cocoa mix are gluten-free. All varieties of Swiss Miss and Snack Pack pudding are also gluten-free, with the exception of any products that contain tapioca.Full Answer >