Chances are you know someone who has gone gluten free, whether it is celiac disease or simply because they feel better without gluten in their diet. My mom and aunt went gluten free back in 2010 and since that time I have met more people than I can count who also made the switch.
For this reason, I always try and keep some gluten free foods on hand when I know I might be entertaining guests with dietary concerns and I always choose Udi's Bakery. With so many gluten free selections ranging from breads and rolls to pizza and tortillas as well as desserts and cookies, Udi's really does have most of the foods I normally serve as well as some decadent treats that we all love.
For instance, this jelly toast, which was supposed to be gluten free peanut butter and jelly toast until someone omitted the PB. Hello, dessert.
My mom who is 100% gluten free now especially loved the Udi’s Gluten Free kit I was sent, even some of the items my family isn't that fond of, like sweet bagels and dinner rolls. While my favorite non-sweet Udi’s item is stil the gluten free pizza crusts that we've been buying since last year, I really loved the new varieties of gluten free faire, especially the tortillas that are perfect for wraps, tacos, and more.
If you are going gluten free or someone you know is, you should definitely check out Udi's Gluten Free to taste their variety of delicious breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack items. Are you wondering where to find Udi’s Gluten Free Foods? They are now available at Wal-Mart, Whole Foods, and a whole bunch of grocery stores across the country. Having problems finding Udi's Gluten Free? Head to the freezer and refrigerated section of your local store. You can also go online to check for stores near you at Udi's Gluten Free site.