Udi’s Gluten-Free Bread Review
(My breakfast today: Udi’s Gluten Free Whole Wheat Sandwhich bread toasted. One with raw, organic almond butter and one with an organic, cage-free egg. Served with a few slices of organic roma tomatoes).
For a while there I pretty much gave up hope that a yummy gluten-free bread could exist.
After trying practically every gluten-free bread option available, and fail after fail, I completely gave up.
Then recently, I came across Udi’s.
And, my hope for a gluten-free PB&J, was rekindled.
Bottom line: Udi’s is f-ing AMAZING!
All you really need to know is that Udi’s rocks. Totally kicks all the other gluten-free bread’s ass’s.
Hands down, the best gluten-free bread you can buy.
What makes other gluten-free bread so blech? Typically, here’s what I’ve found to be the issue:
- They can be as hard as particleboard.
- They can taste like perforated cardboard.
- You typically have to keep them in the freezer.
- You almost always have to toast them to make them edible.
- Forget finding a gluten-free bagel option.
Compare this to Udi’s gluten-free bread:
- Udi’s bread are soft enough to actually squish in your hand.
- Udi’s actually tastes like BREAD. (Reminds a little bit of sourdough bread).
- You can keep it out on the counter! (However, I do recommend storing it in the refrigerator…unless, like me, you eat an entire loaf in less than 2 days, then feel free to keep out).
- Udi’s bread is great for soft sandwhiches, which is very rare in the gluten-free bread world.
- Udi’s makes an amazing gluten-free bagel, that actually toasts up like a regular bagel.
- Udi’s also makes pizza crust, granola and muffins (which I haven’t personally tried yet, but can only imagine they are just as kick-ass)
So far, I’ve used the bread and the bagels to make:
- Egg, and bacon breakfast sandwiches
- Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches
- Chicken salad sandwiches
- Toast with peanut butter and bananas
- Toast with preserves
Other ideas you can make/use with Udi’s products:
- Homemade breadcrumbs for chicken parmesan, meatloaf, fried chicken, etc.
- Gluten-free pizza with your favorite toppings.
- Morning toast with their cinnamon raisin bread.
- Take their muffins with you on the go as a snack.
- Gluten-free grilled cheese.
- Gluten-free BLT
What about you? Have you had the chance to try Udi’s bread? If so, tell me about it!