While no one in our little family is specifically eating gluten-free, we have plenty of friends and extended family who do have that specific dietary requirement. The challenge has been finding foods that meet that gluten-free need but still taste good enough that those who are not gluten-free don’t mind eating. I had always heard great things about Udi’s and even picked up a package of their gluten-free chocolate muffins when we had a gluten-free lunch guest. They were AMAZING (and should really be called cupcakes due to all the moist chocolaty goodness in my opinion).
My family recently had the opportunity to try a much bigger selection of Udi’s Gluten Free goodies thanks to Udi’s and The Motherhood. I was blown away by the variety of different products Udi’s offers. We received bagels, bread, muffins, pizza crusts, chips, tortillas, cookies, and granola. Right away, my family zeroed in on the cookies and asked if they could try the Snickerdoodles and Brownie Bites. That was the last I saw of them (the cookies, not my family). My 9 year old actually proclaimed that he liked the Udi’s gluten-free Snickerdoodles better than the “glutenful ones”. (I’ll bet you didn’t know that “glutenful” was a word, did you? Thanks LJ!)
I tried the Ancient Grains chips next and immediately fell in love with the jalapeno cheddar ones (although they ALL are delicious). They would be perfect with a little guacamole but I actually enjoyed them plain and right out of the bag. As we worked our way through the bread, muffins, and bagels, I loved the fact that they didn’t taste *different* from any of the products we typically eat. Actually, a few of them were even better. I would never have guessed that they were gluten-free if I hadn’t seen the package. I would totally feel comfortable serving Udi’s treats to any guests, gluten-free or not.