After exploring Udi’s Gluten- Free Foods website for a bit, I realize what a great resource the site is not only for exploring their variety of gluten-free foods, but for all things gluten-free: information, tips and support (to name a few) from their gluten-free living community. Udi’s foods are not only gluten-free, some items (like their Chocolate Chia Muffin-Tops ) are soy-free, dairy-free, and nut-free! I received Udi’s Gluten-Free Snickerdoodles Cookies, Dark Chocolate Brownies, and Chocolate Chia and Blueberry Oat Muffin-Tops for this review.
Udis Gluten Free Foods Review
Snickerdoodles – These were a HUGE hit with my boys. They are soft, chewy and a sweet treat. These have a nice cinnamon flavor that Ryan especially loved. He had these for his treat every day until they were gone. For those on a gluten-free diet that want a sweet, chewy delicious cookie, start with these!
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Dark Chocolate Brownies – These were a second favorite. The kids are chocolate lovers, but have yet to develop a taste for dark chocolate. While they liked these well enough to eat them, they would rather have milk chocolate brownies. These are moist, fudgy and tasty, in my opinion. I would recommend these to a family member who must eat gluten-free. She would love these!
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Chocolate Chia Muffin Tops – I tried to get Ryan to eat one of these, but for some reason (honestly) he wouldn’t bite. I did try these and they taste pretty good. They have a nice chocolate flavor. These are fortified with vitamins and chia seeds. According to a quick search, the chia seed is an excellent source of fiber, packed with antioxidants, full of protein, loaded with vitamins and minerals, and the richest known plant source of omega-3.
In all honesty, I am a big-fan of another brand of muffin-top (and no, I don’t mean the one around my middle). I eat them on a daily basis and am still losing weight. While I would not switch to these, because they have more calories, fat and less fiber than my preferred brand, I would recommend these for those following a gluten-free diet looking for a convenient chocolate treat.
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Blueberry Oat Muffin Tops – I like these muffin tops for several reasons. They taste great – full of flavor and blueberries. They do contain whole grains and are still certified gluten-free. These muffin tops have less calories and fat than the chocolate muffins. I would also recommend these as a convenient treat and healthier option for those following a gluten-free diet.
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