Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Gluten Free Eating with Udi's!

In the past I've talked about my quest to eat gluten-free. When I bake, I use gluten-free flour and I've even made my own gluten-free bread. But many times, I just don't have the time to bake so then what do I do? Well, I was sent a box filled with gluten-free foods from Udi's and you know what? I think I'm IN LOVE. 

The first thing I tried were the cookies. After the first bite of the chocolate chip cookies I was done! I have to admit that selfishly I was ecstatic that my son was visiting his dad because I had a box of cookies to myself! I did NOT eat all of the cookies in one sitting (although they are good enough to do just that if you are not careful) and I did share with my son. Actually, he saw them on the table and unbeknownst to me started helping himself to cookies! 

Next up, I used the gluten-free pizza crust. I've experimented with making cauliflower pizza crust as a gluten-free alternative but Udi's is infinitely easier! I simply topped it with my favorite pizza toppings and cooked it. The end result? A delicious pizza! 

And finally, before my runs and especially before my races I enjoy a bagel with peanut butter. This is a race tradition for me and generally is the one time when I am not eating gluten-free. However, thanks to Udi's I know can enjoy my pre-race meal gluten-free. 

After trying all of these Udi's products I can honestly say I am now a big fan of Udi's gluten free. If you are living a gluten-free lifestyle I highly recommend Udi's as an alternative to baking your own gluten free goodies. Udi's is available at Walmart. 

Disclosure: I received a box of Udi's gluten free foods and was compensated for writing this post. All of the opinions are 100% my own. 

1 comment:

Wendy from Udi's said...

Hi Renee! I'm so glad to hear you enjoyed our products. The cookies are my personal weakness. As you mentioned, it's easy to polish off one whole package!

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