Melissa’s Favorite Pantry Items

pantry items collagePantry & Fridge Items

I have taken some of the guess-work out of where to find certain ingredients essential in any kitchen and your grain-free pantry. By clicking on the links provided, you will be taken to an online store to purchase these products. Even if you don’t make a purchase using these links, you can see what brands I use.

Check out this blog post for a list of my favorite kitchen gadgets!

I hope this helps!

 
Baking:
 
Baking Soda
Baking Powder (Here is a grain-free one)
Himalayan Salt or Celtic salt- offers trace minerals
Unsweetened cocoa powder
Raw Cacao Powder
Unsweetened chocolate
Pure Vanilla Extract (Recipe for homemade coming soon)

Pure Kal Stevia I used the powder

Local Raw Honey

Expeller Pressed Coconut Oil (for frying or for a dairy free fat without the coconut taste)
Grass fed butter (salted and unsalted)
Cream of Tarter- to make homemade baking powder
80% Chocolate Bar or Dark Chocolate
Peanut, Almond or Sun Butter
Coconut Milk (either use homemade or THIS canned version)

Coconut Aminos (Wheat free and soy free soy sauce substitute)
Pastured Eggs
 
Other Dairy
Sour Cream (only ingredient should be cream)
Heavy whipping cream (no carrageenan)
Parmesan Cheese (fresh is best)
High quality cheese (I use Cabot’s Extra Sharp in most cases)
 
Spices, herbs and seasonings

Black pepper
Onion Powder
Garlic Powder
Red Pepper Flakes
Dried Oregano
Paprika
Smoked Paprika

Red Pepper Flakes
 
Other Seasonings
Crushed garlic
Creole or whole grain mustard
Horseradish
 
Misc.
Red Wine
White Wine
Grain Free Beer
Siracha
Chipotles in Adobo Sauce or THIS homemade recipe
Sesame Oil
Powdered Ginger
Light Olive Oil (for homemade mayo)
Poultry Seasoning
Pumpkin Pie Spice or THIS homemade version
Lemons
Limes
Hot sauce
Powdered Sage

about the author

Some of the links contained in this post are Affiliate Links. If you make a purchase through the links provided, I will receive a small (very small) commission which I will use to buy more ingredients to create more recipes. This is at NO cost to you! I have chosen these products not to receive a commission, but because I think they are the best on the market. These are ingredients and equipment that I actually use.  This commission helps compensate me for my time, and justifies the hours each day that I spend in the kitchen creating recipes, on the computer posting blogs, and sharing helpful information with you. 

By clicking on any of links in my blog, you are helping me continue doing what I LOVE to do!  Also, when purchasing items from Amazon, consider clicking on THIS affiliate link.  Anything you purchase within 24 hours after clicking on THIS link, I will receive a small commission as well. Thanks again for all of your support, it is greatly appreciated! More great recipes to come!

For a complete list of recommended items, check out THIS link or Shop in my Amazon Store.

11 thoughts on “Melissa’s Favorite Pantry Items

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  2. Can’t thank you enough for providing links to ingredients and to kitchen gadgets. It is so helpful to know exactly what you are talking about in a recipe. I’m so grateful to have found your website! Thanks!!!!

  3. Hi Melissa. Can you possibly recommend a can or jarred coconut milk that does not have guar gum in it? I can’t seem to find one. I’ve been scouring Amazon and the web today with no luck. Thank you.

    • Lori, most recipes can be converted to dairy free. Using almond or coconut milk in the place of regular milk, the thick part of canned coconut milk for cream, ghee or coconut oil for butter, etc. Feel free to ask me about a certain recipe if you are in question. Hope this helps!

  4. Hi Melissa, I’m from Canada so ordering coconut cream concentrate from Tropical Traditions would cost me 87 dollars for 2 32 oz. jars! Is there a difference between coconut cream concentrate and coconut manna or plain coconut cream?

    I am a huge fan of your cookbooks! Every recipe I have tried, I LOVED!

    Thank-you!

    • Yes, they should be the same Annick. Wow, $87… that’s crazy!! I’m so glad you are enjoying my cookbooks!

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