Bali Gluten Free Products

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Bali Grocery Store

I am going to tell you exactly what gluten free products that I found in the grocery stores in Bali. I couldn’t find any information about this before I went to Bali, so I wanted to share with my Gluten Free Tribe all about it.

Gluten Free Products in Bali

I was happily surprised by the numerous gluten free options that I could find in Bali. Here is a pretty detailed list of the items I purchased while staying there for almost two months:

  • Gluten free conflakes (Schar)
  • Muesli (Monster)
  • Gluten free pancake mix (Tepung)
  • Gluten free penne (Schar)
  • Gluten Free spagetti (Peacock)
  • Vegetable rice spiral pasta (Orgran)
  • Gluten Free sausages (Johnsonville)
  • Rice snacks (Curls)
  • Peanut butter
  • Nachos
  • Rice crackers
  • Gluten free popcorn
  • Gluten free cookies (Schar)
  • Chips (Lays and Natural)
  • Chocolate bars (Snickers and Toblerone)

These are great staples to have access to and I had lots of options for snacks. I did not go hungry.

Gluten Free Bread Bali

I didn’t find any gluten free bread in the grocery stores, but I did find 100% gluten free bakeries in Ubud and Canggu. The bread had really good texture and I loved both places.

You can see this Gluten Free City Guide to Ubud to find out about it there and this Gluten Free City Guide to Canggu to find it there.

Gluten Free Products in Bali

How to Eat Gluten Free in Bali

I mainly stayed at a place with a kitchen or at least a mini-fridge so I could cook for myself and have lots of options for breakfast, lunch, supper and snacks. I usually had the lovely Schar cornflakes with almond milk or I made gluten free pancakes topped with fruit for breakfast.

For lunches I would have my lovely gluten free bread on hand and would either have sandwiches, salads or leftovers from the night before.

For supper I would usually eat out at some of the 100% gluten free restaurants that I found or the places that weren’t 100% gluten free but knew how to deal with lessening the chance of cross contamination.

There were tons of snacks that I craved, like chips, chocolate bars and granola bars, which makes the evening cravings and day trip snacks easy.

14 Day Gluten Free Bali Itinerary

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Bali Grocery Stores

I had the most luck at Pepito stores and found the most variety and options there. There were also large Coco Supermarkets that had tons of options. You will likely be able to find one close to you if you are in either the Canggu or Ubud area.

Gluten Free Indonesian Dishes

In Ubud, I was able to have the nasi campur and mie goreng dishes at a local warung. I was so happy to finally try some local dishes that I knew were gluten free. Again, check out the city guide to Ubud above for where to go to try it out.

Nasi campur can vary, but it is white rice with meat, vegetables, peanuts and eggs. Mie goreng made with rice noodles is quite nice. The dish can also be made with wheat noodles, so it is not exclusively gluten free. It is paired with stir fried onions, shallots, garlic, meat and a sauce.

Gluten Free Indonesian Recipes

Let’s try a Nasi campur dish.

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup of rice
  • 1 chicken breast, diced
  • ½ cup of gluten free soya sauce
  • 2 hard boiled eggs
  • Steamed broccoli

Instructions:

  • Cook the rice as noted on the bag.
  • Grill the chicken breast and steam the broccoli.
  • In a medium-sized bowl, mix the cooked chicken, broccoli and soya sauce together.
  • Top with hard boiled eggs and add the side of rice.

Bali Products – Gluten Free

I was in Bali for almost 2 months. I learned a lot about the country and where I could buy food that I could eat. So I thought to myself, I might as well tell others.

See my Ultimate Celiac Guide to Bali. You will have all of the information you need for your trip.

If you are considering a trip to Bali and have some questions, reach out and send me an email at GlutenFreeTraveller.

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Cheers, I hope you enjoyed my lovely trek,

Brett – The Ultimate Gluten Free Traveller

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