Before going gluten free 18 months ago, I lived on bagels. Loved them. Especially with cream cheese and sliced strawberries, peanut butter, or strawberry jam . . . yummm. And before last week, I hadn’t tried a gluten free bagel because I convinced myself a decent tasting replacement just wasn’t possible. I am not sure [...]
Despite the numerous company names on the box (Chateau Cream Hill Estates, Lara’s, & The Pure Oats Company), this product is a keeper, hands down!
These rolled oats are guaranteed to be free from gluten and wheat, a very common contaminator of many other “regular” oats products due to manufacturing and harvesting techniques. These oats [...]
Yum! I just love this syrup with a stack of hot Pamela’s pancakes on a chilly morning.
This syrup comes in a 12 ounce glass bottle, ready to serve. It is dark amber grade and pours fairly thin. Therefore, it absorbs into the pancakes or wafflesÂ pretty quickly. Be conservative in your dosage unless you want mushy [...]
A gluten-free donut? This, I had to try!Â The owner of my local natural foods store swears by them, so I decided to take the plunge. I was hoping they would be pretty good since I shelled out $7.49 for a package of 6.
These donuts are purchased frozen and best when microwaved and consumed warm. [...]
This is awesome-a yummy gluten-free breakfast cereal that doesn’t get soggy in milk!
This is a corn based cereal with peanut buttery puffs. No, not peanut butter flavored- they use real peanut butter! ( What a concept eh?) The golden round corn puffs are initially very crunchy. As you eat, they soften a touch but never [...]
I purchased these muffins in the frozen foods section of a natural foods store for $5.29 forÂ a package of four muffins. These aren’t your average sized muffins though- they are HUGE! Very thick, very tall. You could easily split them in half and save one half for later. Each muffin is 170 calories
The package suggests [...]
Now, I have to admit, I have only used this for baking cookies and making apple crisp, so I have no clue if it actually makes greatÂ hot oatmeal.Â
This brand is imported from Ireland and costs $3.99 for a 16Â ounce boxÂ at my natural food store. They assured me it was a gluten-free product, and I had [...]
These are the gluten-free version of a sugar-free Nutri-Grain bar, in my opinion.Â The brownish “cereal” exteriorÂ is chewy, and I can’t place what they flavor is supposed to be. The interior center is an apple filling that tastes a bit tart and has quite an aftertaste. I can’t eat them unless I have a full [...]« go back