Posted on | March 12, 2007 | 2 Comments
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. The frosting ( or “dipped” part) is gooey and very sweet with a nice cocoa flavor. The actual donut part resembles a traditional cake donut and is milder in taste and not as sweet.Â The texture and consistencyÂ is wonderful, especially for a white rice-based product ( which often are crumbly, IMO). These make a delicious brfeakfast item or for even dessert.
PROS: Nice chocolate flavor, cake-like texture and consistency, great gluten-free alternative to the “regular” version
CONS: Only tastes really good when warm, really sweet
*Since this is a frozen product, I suggest finding it in your local area to purchase*
Ingredients: Coming soon!