Recently, I was chosen to review a big ‘ol box of Udi’s Gluten Free Foods!
It came with:
- Udi’s Gluten Free Cranberry Granola
- Udi’s Gluten Free Au Naturel Granola
- Udi’s Gluten Free Blueberry Oat Muffin Tops (try to say THAT without giggling)
- Udi’s Gluten Free Whole Grain Bagels
- Udi’s Gluten Free Millet-Chia bread
Now, I’ll be honest. No one in my family is Gluten Free. Nor have we ever tried anything that was deliberately marked Gluten Free.
In other words- this was an adventure for us!
As soon as I received the box in the mail, my 6 year-old picky eater pounced on it.
Specifically: the bagels. Whole wheat bagels. Never in a million years did I think my 6 year-old would like something whole grain…
But here she is:
A true testament to the “yummy deliciousness” of the Gluten Free Whole Grain Bagel. A direct quote- I kid you not. For the next hour I had to listen to her ask “what’s the secret ingredient, mommy?” and “I want a bagel for diiiiiiiner”. She ate the entire package all by herself. I got one bite. And she was right. It was yummy deliciousness.
The blueberry muffin tops (which you won’t find pictured here) were consumed as quickly as I opened the box. Only one lonely top made it to school for a snack. As soon as these were gone, we headed to the store to buy more. They’re all individually packed, which make them a great throw-in-your-purse-backpack-laptop bag-or-pocket snack on the run option.
The Gluten Free Millet Chia bread was the only “strange” option for us. But, toast that baby up and throw some Nutella on it, and you’ve got pure breakfast gold!
There was the Granola.
Their Granola should come with several warnings.
You’re going to become addicted. Just give in.
You’re going to slap your grandma because it’s so good.
You’re going to get in an all-out brawl with your 6 year-old daughter because she won’t share THE GRANOLA.
Yeah, that’s my kid SHOVELING granola into her, well, what she used to call her “pie hole” (it’s now called her “granola hole”).
She ate the ENTIRE. BAG. ON. HER. OWN. Within 24 hours.
And let me tell you, my kid is picky. She’s the kid who argues with the lunch lady about the difference between kalamatta Olives and queen olives. So you know the stuff is good (she doesn’t have a “normal” kid palate).
Needless to say, Udi’s Gluten Free Foods have no gluten but they have TONS of flavor. We’re very happy Udi’s customers, and will be for life.
If you’d like to try any of these Udi’s Gluten Free Foods, you can head to Kroger, Publix, Whole Foods and even some Wal-Mart stores. If none of those stores are nearby, check out Udi’s website to order them!