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August 31, 2013

The Top Gluten Free Bread Reviews



Udi's Gluten Free Bread
Udi's has always been one of my favorite brands that provide gluten-free options and is probably one of the most well known. But that doesn't always mean all their products are the best. When I tried Udi's bread for the first time I honestly wasn't that impressed. It wasn't as soft or fluffy that I remembered from regular bread. For sandwiches this wasn't exactly what I was hoping for. But maybe it was just me, they have tons of different varieties and I'm sure you can find a way for it to taste good too! 

Upside - Many varieties for different gluten-free options.

Downside - Not the best bread quality you would want for sandwiches, also small bread size.



Rudi's Gluten Free Bread
For Rudi's Gluten-free Bread, I really didn't know what to expect! I always heard many great things about the brand and their bread so I had to give it a try. With overall quality I found Rudi's bread was much better than Udi's. It was much more durable and had a lot better texture and flavor too. But I found it was still missing something that I missed from regular bread. I will say this brand is my favorite for making gluten-free french toast though.


Upside - Better durability for sandwiches and bigger bread size.

Downside - Not soft or fluffy like regular bread would be.



Kinnikinnick Gluten Free Bread
Kinnikinnick gluten-free bread is my personal favorite of all breads. Their bread is a little harder to find in stores but is worth it when you do. I think it's perfect for making toast or any type of sandwich. It's soft, fluffy, and resembles any normal bread like you remember. Their aren't many different varieties of gluten-free breads from Kinnikinnick, but I feel that will change since it's still a new product.

Upside - Fluffy, soft, a gluten-free bread like no other!

Downside - Not many types of gluten-free bread unlike Rudi's and Udi's, also can be hard to find.



This is actually a new gluten-free bread I just tried and really loved. I was craving a PB & J really bad and was looking for the perfect bread to fulfill my craving. Kinnikinnick would be my #1 choice but I sadly can't find it at my store anymore. Luckily this bread was just as good! It was fluffy, a good size, almost no holes what so ever, and tasted amazing. If you would like a bread for making small sandwiches or PB & J..this gluten-free bread is perfect!

Upside - Fluffy, great taste, soft, no holes!

Downside - Like most gluten-free breads the size could be a little better..



This bread would probably come to a close second for me if I had to choose. It was fluffy and had great texture unlike some of the other brands I've seen before. I tried it for making a PB & J sandwich and I thought it was very good! I didn't have much to complain about besides the bread size which is normal, but there were no holes at all! (Huge plus) All in all I think Three Bakers was very good and it has definitely been one of my favorites so far!

Upside - Fluffy, good texture, lots of slices, long lasting, hardly any holes!

Downside - Bigger bread size would be nice but all in all a great bread!


Note: This review was strictly out of my opinion and I am in no way a sales person or trying to sell this product. I also was in no way payed to review or endorse these products either.


If their are any other brands of gluten-free bread that you have tried or heard of let me know! I will gladly try and leave a review for it. Thanks!

24 comments:

JayB said...

Thanks for the review. Just a note to help prevent confusion that the picture of our bread is of our old style breads which won't be the soft fluffy new style. A correct image of the new bread can be found here http://resources.kinnikinnick.com/media/products/fullsize_single/p_62013300044.jpg

Jay @ kinnikinnick

Taylor Miller said...

Thanks, glad you liked the review! I just changed the picture to the one you posted

Karen Schauer said...

Kinnikinnick has a few different types of bread, Tapioca and Rice is very good as well, Sunflower and Flax is very delicious, but my favourite is the New Soft White Bread.

Taylor Miller said...

Oh, I didn't know they had so many! I'll look them up and add them. And btw..the white bread from Kinnikinnick is my favorite too:)

Anonymous said...

Have you tried the Canyon Bakehouse Gluten Free bread and buns? They also have Foccacia bread and some other items. They make their product in a dedicated Gluten Free facility. I am going to try out Kinnikinnick breads to see how it compares to Canyon Bakehouse.

Taylor Miller said...

No I haven't tried that, I'll definitely look it up and see where I can find it. Let me know what you think of Kinnikinnick! It's my favorite right now!

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Thanks! Glad you liked my page and glad liked this post too. I know all about all the crazy stuff gluten can be hidden in and it amazes me. Thanks again for the comment!

monishareddy said...

Have you tried the Genius bread by Glutino - they are the size of a normal slice of bread and are soft and fluffy ! I got tired of Udi's small slices!

Taylor Miller said...

No I haven't but I'd give it a try if I can find it! Thanks for letting me know!

G-Free Laura said...

Canyon Bakehouse is my ABSOLUTE favorite of all the breads I've ever tried! You'll love it!

Taylor Miller said...

I've seen that before but never tried it. I'm reeeally craving a PB&J so I might have to give in it. Lol! Thanks for letting me know. I'll probably update this post with my thoughts on that brand!

Tami Arnold said...

do you not like any of the food for life products?

Taylor Miller said...

I've never tried it but I'd be happy to try it some time!

Tracy said...

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GiGi Eats Celebrities said...

You know what's REALLY annnoying? Is trying to find VEGAN, GLUTEN-FREE bread that actually tastes GOOD! We all take eggs for granted until... We can no longer eat them! LOL! :(

Anonymous said...

I really like Schar's Deli Style bread. It's especially yummy if you lightly toast it before making your sandwich. It's also got a long shelf life. Only problem with it is that it's expensive and you only get about 8 slices per package. But, for those undeniable sandwich cravings, it's my first choice.

Anonymous said...

I'm still looking for a bread that isn't made with eggs or yeast (malt, vinegar, ect) For now I use Vans GF waffles, pancakes and french toast.

Rocky M said...

Some good choices but my favorite is All but Gluten.The white bread is near perfect for sandwiches or toast.The cinnamon raisin is a delicious treat.Love this bread! Beats out my former favorite Kinnickinnic.

Anonymous said...

I like the new Franz GF Mountain White. and it is soft and no holes and is great. Slices are not big but ok and if you can get it at Costco is is less expencive

Anonymous said...

Dempsters has amazing gluten free bread. My 6year old daughter loves it.

Laura said...

My current personal favorite gf bread brand is French Meadow Bakery. Unfortunately I can't find it in any stores in my area but a FEW restaurants around her do serve their burger buns.

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Anonymous said...

Local Oven is a very good bread, but it is also hard to find. It is made in Carrolton, TX and you can buy it there. Stores sell other products than the sandwich bread. I have eaten Udis for so long, I'm sick of it. I'm now eating Rudis but I can't buy it locally. I'm thinking about making my own. Comments???

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