Udi’s Gluten Free Goodies – a Review
A little while ago, I posted a picture of some delicious looking (and tasting!) gluten free choc-chip cookies which I’d made from a mix Udi’s Gluten Free had sent me to try.
Along with that mix, they sent me some other goodies, which I’d like to tell you about. You’ve probably seen Udi’s Gluten Free in the Free From sections at the supermarket by now, if you’re looking for gluten free items – they’ve been in the UK a little while now, but they are continually adding to their range, so you may or may not have seen these new items.
Udi’s Gluten Free Wafers with Milk Chocolate
These come in a box of 18 fingers and have layers of wafer and chocolate. As you can see, they are coated in chocolate too. Very yummy, and very moreish – I had to ask Stonelaughter to hide the box so they would last a bit longer – I was very tempted to eat one every time I passed the box in the kitchen!
Udi’s Gluten Free Blueberry Muffins
I’m quite happy with the recipe I use for making gluten free muffins and so to be honest, I rarely buy them in. However, one thing I cannot do is stop blueberries from sinking to the bottom and creating a mushy mess – and this seems to be a common feature in many people’s experience of making blueberry muffins, gluten free or not.
Enter stage left …. Udi’s Gluten Free Blueberry Muffins. If you read my last review for Udi’s you’ll know that I was impressed with the soft, moist muffins they sent me – one toffee and one chocolate chip. Since then they’ve introduced a double pack of blueberry muffins into the range and they are delicious. I mean seriously delicious. I’d like to show you a photo of them in my home, but unfortunately, they didn’t last long enough to be snapped. Ooops! Here’s what you’re looking for on the supermarket shelf:
Udi’s Gluten Free Soft n Chewy Apple Flavoured Breakfast Bars
The last item in my pack was a box of these breakfast bars. They come in different flavours (Cherry, Apple, Blueberry and Strawberry) and I’ve bought several of them in the past. I received the apple variety. These bars are high in fibre – something which can easily be lacking in a coeliac diet – and have a very fruity filling. What I liked most about them is that the apple filling isn’t overly sweet. I like apples with a bit of sharpness about them, and there’s just a hint of that in these bars – fantastic if, like me, you don’t like a sugarfest for breakfast!
If you’d like to see what Udi’s Gluten Free have to offer, you can find your nearest stockist here.
Disclosure: I received these products free of charge in return for an honest review. All opinions are my own.