Review: Gluten Free Granola from Bakery On Main Recipe
Right now I am eating a bowl of the best gluten free granola I have ever had in my entire life - and it's gluten free! I hate to say it, but I think it is even better than my own homemade gluten free granola (and mine is pretty darn good!).
Bakery On Main has developed a line of gluten free granola, fiber power gluten free granola, and soft and chewy gluten free granola bars with the following benefits:
- Bakery On Main's manufacturing plant is certified gluten free by the Gluten Free Certification Organization. Please refer to their web site at www.gfco.org for their procedure and standards.
- - NO GMOs, NO Dairy, NO Wheat, NO Trans Fat, No Cholesterol
- - Made with certified Gluten Free Oats, Amaranth & Quinoa for a great source of whole grains
- - Made with Flax & Chia seeds for a great source of Omega 3 & Omega 6 EFAs
I sampled the following products and would like to share my feedback with you:
Gluten Free Granola in Nutty Cranberry Maple and Extreme Fruit & Nut flavors: Both were light and crunchy, not heavy like granola typically tends to be. I was surprised at how fresh tasting this granola is. I also loved how the flavor of the fruit really shines through.
Gluten Free Fiber Power Granola in Triple Berry and Cinnamon Raisin flavors: These have the same light crispy texture and fresh taste as the regular gluten free granola, but they contain a whooping 9 grams of fiber per serving. When I was eating the Fiber Power granolas I felt like I was doing something good for my health and enjoying a treat at the same time... I love that!
Soft & Chewy Gluten Free Granola Bars in Chocolate Almond, Peanut Butter & Jelly and Apple Cinnamon: These are not your Mama's hard & dry granola bars; they are fall apart soft and taste homemade. The Chocolate Almond reminded me of the taste of chocolate chip cookie dough... it was my favorite hands down. The Peanut Butter and Jelly was a big hit with my son, while my daughter gobbled up the Apple Cinnamon. Luckily, I managed to get a taste of each before they finished them off. Both were equally tasty.