I think I've mentioned this before, but I have only knowingly cheated on my gluten free diet three times since being diagnosed with Celiac almost four years ago. Inexplicably, all three times have been on chicken nuggets. Out of all the delicious gluteny food out there that I miss, I really cannot tell you why three for three times have been on chicken nuggets. It's not as though I was some fanatical chicken nugget lover pre-Celiac. Sure, as a child they were one of my favorite foods - my mom made a mean homemade chicken tender - but they were hardly even on my food radar in my adult life. That being said, chicken nuggets are delicious at any age.
For this reason, when I was approached by a rep from Ian's about trying some of their gluten free chicken nuggets I was more than happy to say yes. I had never had a gluten free chicken nugget and was really excited to try them. They sent me three varieties: Smokin' Sweet BBQ Chicken Nuggets, Southwest Chicken Tenders, and regular Chicken Nuggets. I was pleasantly surprised by all three and would definitely recommend them to kids and adults alike.
Ian's specializes in natural, allergy-friendly and gluten free frozen foods. In addition to chicken nuggets they have things such as gluten free fish sticks, onion rings, french toast sticks, pizza, and more. There is a very helpful search filter on their site to help you find food by different allergies (peanut, tree nut, soy, egg, casein, etc.) as well as by attribute (organic, GMO free, Kosher, vegan, vegetarian, etc). The chicken they use is free range and vegetarian fed and their fish is wild-caught Alaskan Pollock. I think Ian's is doing some really good work and I'm very happy to recommend them to you.