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Cream Hill Estates-Lara’s Rolled Oats – Guaranteed Gluten free, The Pure Oats Company

Posted on | April 16, 2007 | 4 Comments

Cream Hill Estates Lara's Rolled Oats (No Cross Contamination)

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 are harvested from fields that have been free from wheat for at least three years, packaged in a dedicated gluten-free facility, and batch tested for purity. For more information on this company check out their website HERE. Also, since this product is manufactured in Cananda, I feel especially secure about their gluten-free status due to strict Canadian requirments to be labeled gluten-free.


These oats taste wonderful, and may be used in any oat or oatmeal recipe. I was impressed that the inner plastic storage bag has a ziplock to ensure freshness and purity. This company really thought of everything. I am so excited I found these!!


Pros: finally a gluten-free rolled oat product, Great taste, ziplock storage seal inside the box


Cons: price- $5.99 for a 1.1 lb. box

Rating: 5 stars!!

To purchase these oats click the link below:

Cream Hill Estates Lara’s Rolled Oats (No Cross Contamination) from

Ingredients: Pure whole grain rolled oats

For some amazing recipes using these oats, click HERE. Be sure to check out these cookies, too. I substitute Pamelas baking mix for the oat flour and they are to die for! In fact, I ate a ton of the dough before they made it into the oven. (I know, I’m so bad!)


4 Responses to “Cream Hill Estates-Lara’s Rolled Oats – Guaranteed Gluten free, The Pure Oats Company”

  1. Tracy B. Perry
    April 18th, 2007 @ 1:21 pm


    Thanks for the great review!

    We would live to hear of any comments that you receive (positive or negative)if there is a way for you to pass them on to us. We’re always trying to improve and feedback is an important component of improvement.

    You could send comments to:

    Thanks very much and congradulations on your website.


    Tracy B. Perry
    Cream Hill Estates
    9633 rue Clement
    LaSalle, QC H8R 4B4
    Fax 514-363-1614

  2. Karen
    April 19th, 2007 @ 12:48 am

    Thanks for stopping by Tracy! I am excited about your gluten-free rolled oats, and would be happy to share feedback regarding your product.

  3. Colleen
    January 3rd, 2008 @ 2:05 am

    Hands down, these oats are my favorite GF product! I tried them when they first came out and eat them every day for breakfast with some cinammon, splenda and blueberries. I also use them in meatloaf, cookies, pancakes, and just about anything else I can! I love these because they are super tasty and really good for you!

    Recently, I bought the “Only Oats” brand oats, just to see if they were any different, and they are equally good. Only oats also sells a lot neat mixes with their oats for cooking. My favorite is the crazy cajun rub! They are a great way to incorporate GF whole grains!

    Their website is, but they sell them on too!

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