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10 Gluten-Free Vegan Pasta Brands

Pasta is the ultimate comfort food, and it’s now made with beans, legumes, rice, and even hearts of palm! These 12 gluten-free and vegan pasta brands are must-haves to whip up warm mac ‘n’ cheese or pasta Bolognese.

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Pasta is the ultimate comfort food, and it’s now made with beans, legumes, rice, and even hearts of palm! These 12 gluten-free and vegan pasta brands are must-haves to whip up warm mac ‘n’ cheese or pasta Bolognese.

These gluten-free vegan pasta brands have the answer to “What’s for dinner?” Whether you’re cooking up wheels or elbows, bucatini or spaghetti, just add sauce, and you’re ready to go. Looking to impress? Fancy it up with your favorite plant-based meatballs.


First, boil water. Then throw in some Banza noodles made from chickpeas. Cook according to instructions. Finally, benefit from 50% more protein, 25% fewer carbs, and three times the fiber of the average pasta brand. We’re feeling healthier already!

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This legume-based gluten-free vegan pasta brand is a pantry staple! Whether made from lentils or chickpeas, Tolerant is free from many of the major allergens. Try penne, rotini, elbow, or spaghetti. Plus, they even have fun shapes for kids (and kids at heart!).

Tolerant gluten free pasta with salad and rolls

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If a pasta with only one ingredient is what you’re looking for, then pick up ZENB! Made from 100% yellow peas, this gluten-free, non-GMO noodle brand packs 20g of protein and 13g of fiber per 3.5oz serving. Just add your favorite pasta sauce, and you’re good to go.

ZENB vegan pasta

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Did you know this leading pasta brand stocks a GF line? Just look for the words “gluten-free” across the label. The corn and rice blend pairs nicely with your favorite non-alcoholic beverage. Find these noods in penne, elbows, lasagne, and spaghetti.

Barilla gluten free pasta with pesto

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Explore Cuisine

Options, people! We’ve got options! Explore Cuisine offers fettuccine, fusilli, spaghetti, and more. From edamame + mung bean to red lentils, green lentils, black beans, fava beans, or edamame + spirulina, there’s no shortage of variety when it comes to gluten-free vegan pasta.

Explore Cuisine vegan pastas

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Trader Joe’s

Hearts of Palm Pasta, anyone? TJ’s is where it’s at when it comes to gluten-free pasta we love! If beans are not your thing, try this twist on taste. These spaghetti-like noodles work great with your favorite stir-fries, salads, and soups. Just add veggies!

Trader Joe's gluten free pasta

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We’re headed to Jovial for gluten-free vegan pasta night! Using brown rice as a base, this pasta brand brings variety like no other. Choose from manicotti, capellini, farfalle, shells, and so much more. Somebody pass the vegan parm!

jovial gluten free pasta

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The Only Bean

Beans. That’s it! This simple-ingredient vegan pasta is made from either black beans, edamame, or soybeans. Non-GMO and kosher, The Only Bean offers 44g of protein per serving and loads of fiber. Oh, and did we mention it’s organic?

The Only Bean gluten free pasta

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Thrive Market

We’re talking comfort food with Thrive Market’s Organic Chickpea Pasta Shells. There’s nothing like a homemade mac to end an evening right. Want to make the most of your gluten-free noodle dollars? Then subscribe to this online store and save!

Thrive Market gluten free pasta dish

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Cybele’s Free to Eat

We round out our list of gluten-free vegan pasta brands with Cybele’s Free to Eat Superbfood pasta. Free from many of the major allergens, these veggie-based noodles pack a nutrient punch! How about that Green Lentil, Kale, Broccoli, & Spinach Rotini, huh?

Cybele's gluten free pasta

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Tammie Ortlieb

Tammie Ortlieb


Tammie has been with VegOut since its inception. Managing Editor and Maggie’s mom, she’s a former psychology professor who packed up her life and moved across the country from Michigan to California to follow a dream. Indie author, Mother Teresa-wannabe, and vegan for 18 years, she’s a big dreamer with a master’s degree in Developmental Psychology and an educational focus on well-being and thriving. When she’s not working through hyphens and commas, you’ll find her strategizing how to right the inequities of the world.

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