Udi’s Gluten Free Foods Review

We are fortunate enough that except for a dairy allergy in Miss Stalin we have no dietary restrictions. But that does not mean we don’t try and eat the most healthy options. When I received the opportunity to review a sampling of Udi’s Gluten Free Products, I was excited to give them a try.

About Udi’s:
Udi’s Gluten Free Foods, is the #1 gluten free baked goods brand. Udi’s revolutionized the category when it introduced the first gluten-free bread that tasted and looke like “real” bread. Udi’s products are so delicious that you will wonder if they are truly gluten-free. Udi’s Gluten Free Foods are now 150 Wal-Mart stores across the country! Walmart will carry 5 of Udi’s best-selling products (soft white bread, soft whole grain bread, plain bagels, chocolate chip cookies, and pizza crust) in the bakery department. To see if there is a Walmart near you that carries Udi’s, enter your zip code into our store locator: www.udisglutenfree.com/stores

First up, the Cinnamon Raisin Bagel. This bagel has lots of plump raisins, spicy cinnamon all in a big chewy bagel. It was perfect toasted with just a bit of butter. This is Udi’s newest bagel variety and I can promise you will love it.

Udi’s Snickerdoodle Cookies were a huge hit with everyone in the house. Soft, chewy cookies with tons of cinnamon flavor, they were the perfect dessert or mid-day snack. They had the perfect combination of sugar, cinnamon and vanilla.

Udi’s Pizza Crust. Normally we make our own pizza crust. But I was thrilled to make it easy and use a pre-made crust. I was honestly expected something that had zero flavor and tasted like cardboard. Boy was I wrong. Udi’s Pizza Crusts are perfect. You cook them directly on the rack and you can even cook them on the grill. The crust held up great with all the toppings and ended up perfectly crispy and the texture is wonderful.

Udi’s Millet Chia Bread. Baked with hearty ancient grains, this bread contains a wholesome balance of nutrients, vitamins and deliciously earthy flavors. I am not sure exactly what I expected with this bread. I thought it would taste a lot like a sponge filled with dirt. Hey, just being honest here. I am a huge fan of whole grain breads, but throw in millet, chia, and ancient grains, and I was scared. I am happy to report that I had nothing to be afraid of. The bread was perfect. It has a very earthy taste to it but no hint of dirt. It made the most filling and tasty sandwich I have had in a long time.

Udi’s Gluten Free Cranberry Granola. I am a huge fan of granola and cranberries. Put them together and you are talking my kind of breakfast. The cranberries were the perfect combination between sweet and tart. The granola was lightly toasted and was a great start to our busy mornings.

While I have no idea what gluten actually tastes like, I am happy to report that I didn’t miss it a single bit in any of these products. I was very pleased with every single one of them! Udi’s has a new customer with my family!

About Rachel

Rachel Akers writes about crafts, recipes, and features the adventures of a family of 4. It is always crazy but I wouldn't change it for the world!
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  1. I would love to try those snickerdoodles cookies…those look divine. Thanks for sharing.
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  2. I wish they sold these at my local grocery store.
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  3. We got some UDIs bread not long ago since my husband and daughter were both trying to go gluten free. (There is definitely time needed for adjustment!) But we really enjoyed the Udi’s bread that we got. :) Would love to try the snickerdoodles!
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  4. Those Snickerdoodle cookies sound awesome!
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  5. I LOVE Udi’s prodcts. I have to eat gluten free, and they have the best bread on the market. I especially love the Millet & Chia bread and the Snickerdoodles.
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  6. I always see this bread but never pick it up. I’ll have to try it.

  7. I got to try some UDI’s at BlogHer and loved it!

  8. I can only find a few products in my stores. I wish we had more of them
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  9. I didn’t realize they had THAT made options!

  10. One of my GF friends is convinced I have a gluten allergy, but I find the idea of giving up bread horrifying! It’s good to know that even if I do try a GF diet, I can still eat bread and pizza crust and cookies!
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  11. Ooh, I am definitely going to have to look for the pizza crusts & snickerdoodle cookies near me! We aren’t gluten-free, either, but they sound delicious!
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  12. I doubt that our Walmart has these. :( I wonder if they would get them in if I called them. My sister and I both trying to eat gluten free so these would be awesome!
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  13. We have no restriction in our diet, but those cookies look great!
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