When I started out on this whole gluten-free thing, I was really sad to give up normal bread.
I love bread.
In the beginning, I tried all sorts of gluten-free breads and they were all so disappointing. Seriously. They were either dense, dry and lacking flavor, or dense, moist, ultra crumbly and stinking of tapioca - it was all disgusting.
Until I discovered Udi's.
Udi's Gluten-Free bread is THE best.
There's no need to try anything else (unless you love tapioca and want it in your dense, crumbly bread).
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and you will get a $1 off coupon.
I've tried their buns and muffins and they are perhaps my favorite freezer items (the blueberry muffins are such a wonderful treat!).
I like the whole grain bread the best. I use it most frequently for sandwiches and toast. And though the loaves are small, I've found that it's actually the perfect size. My family is now used to smaller sized sandwiches - in fact, it's a great way to have portion control. :)
The bread is on the expensive side at $5/loaf, but honestly? I think it's worth it. You can find it on sale occasionally (I found it at PCC for $4.39 a few weeks back and stocked up my freezer supply).
Speaking of freezers, Udi's bread does really well in the freezer. It thaws out nicely and never gets soggy.
If you are gluten-free - you've got to try Udi's!
Do you have a favorite GF bread? Do you have any advice for saving money on Udi's bread? Please share your experience in the comments!
Note: I am not affiliated with Udi's - I am writing this review simply because I like and use the product. I hope that by posting my experiences, others will have an easier time transitioning to a Gluten-Free lifestyle.