Gluten Free Food Reviews

Honest reviews of gluten free products for a tastier life

Glutino Premium Bread Pizza Crusts- Gluten-free

These frozen, ready made pizza crusts were a new item at my local grocery store for $5.29. The package contains four personal size pizza crusts, and I became quite excited at the prospect of a quick cooking option for when I have a pizza craving emergency.
Unfortunately, I was sadly disappointed. On my first pizza attempt, I prebaked/toasted the crust [...]

Kinnikinnick Chocolate Dipped Donuts- gluten & wheat free

A gluten-free donut? This, I had to try!  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. [...]

Food For Life Brown Rice Tortillas

I found it! A rice tortilla that does not split, crack or fall apart when I try to eat it- AMAZING!
These tortillas are found in the frozen food section of the natural foods store I frequent. . When defrosted in the microwave, they are chewy and dense and hold together anything you want to throw its way.I’ve [...]

Kinnikinnick Tapioca Rice English Muffins- Gluten free

I purchased these muffins in the frozen foods section of a natural foods store for $5.29 for 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 [...]

Carrot Cake- Lean On Me Baking Company- gluten, wheat free

Ok, this cake is small but mighty. I purchased it at a local natural foods store in the freezer section, and was curious if the $2.99 price tag for a single serving size cake would deliver something that actually tasted like a “regular” carrot cake. It also boasts 130 calories, no sugar added and reduced fat. (Hmm, in a [...]

Amy’s Enchiladas- Cheese with organic corn and tomatoes (gluten free ingredients)

I bought this product at my local grocery store for $2.50.  I thought it would make a perfect lunch item, so I thought I’d give it a shot.
These enchiladas can be cooked via microwave (5 minutes) or oven (55 minutes). Since I am not a patient person I opted for the microwave cooking version.
Upon opening the [...]

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