Gluten-Free Product Review: Udi’s Tortillas

Udi's Tortilla Wraps

Udi’s gluten-free tortillas are by one of my favourite Udi’s products. I have had enough dry gluten-free wraps to last a life time and these wraps are super soft and sturdy. They heat up quick in a pan and are just as good ¬†as a soft wheat tortilla (my non-gf friends says even better than the real deal). I love to use mine for veggie or turkey wraps and they make for a great late night breakfast burrito. There is something satisfying about eating something that tastes just like something you normally can’t eat. I love corn tortillas but I missed gluten filled tortillas. I definitely recommend these tortillas for anyone who has had enough of dry brown rice wraps!

http://udisglutenfree.com/product-category/tortillas/

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Gluten-Free Product Review: Udi’s Pizza

Udi's Gluten-Free Pizza

I always forget how exhausting moving can be and this proved to be a good excuse to try Udi’s Frozen Pizza. While I try to eat healthy and stay away from overly processed foods I thought it deserved a try. I chose the Pepperoni Pizza, which was surprising for this an almost vegetarian, but I guess if you’re going to eat processed food you might as well go all the way. Easy pizza in my new backyard with good company was just what I needed and this pizza was great for frozen pizza. My non-gluten-free dinner partner said it was just as good as the best “normal” frozen. While it doesn’t compare my healthier cauliflower pizza if you’re looking for a quick meal I definitely recommend this pizza. It has a thin crust, just enough cheese and lots of flavor. One pizza has two servings.

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GF Product Review: Udi’s Everything Bagels

2013-12-19 11.28.48Before I was diagnosed with celiac disease my primary food group was the bagel. Bagels with cream cheese to be exact, minimum one a day. And not just any bagels, they had to be fresh Montreal bagels. To say that this celiac with lactose intolerance was poisoning herself is an understatement. I was addicted. I recently found these bagels at Rachelle Bery in the frozen section. I have been a fan of Udi’s plain gluten-free bagels for years but these everything bagels brought back fond memories of eating too many Tim Horton’s everything bagels while studying for exams in University. Luckily these come without the severe stomach ache and were delicious toasted with dairy free goat cheese. I also recommend trying their Mighty Bagels with Cranberry and Seeds.

http://udisglutenfree.com/product-category/bagels/

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