Monday, January 3, 2011
As a gluten free product reviewer I have tried many different types of gluten free breads, but this is the first time I have had the opportunity to try gluten free pita bread! In fact, until recently I had no idea that you could even buy gluten free pita bread.
My family used to eat pita bread regularly prior to going gluten free and quite frankly, I missed it! I missed dipping triangles of soft, warm, pita bread into homemade hummus and stuffing pita bread pockets full of Falafel and Tzatziki sauce. My kids missed stuffing their favorite sandwich fillings into pita bread for their lunch boxes. We never thought we would get to eat pita bread again. Luckily, we were wrong!
Thanks to a small company by the name of GFL Foods, we don't have to miss pita bread anymore! GFL Foods are the masterminds behind creating soft, pliable, gluten free pita bread that is amazingly reminiscent of pita bread made with wheat flour.
You store the gluten free pita breads in the freezer and heat them in the microwave to warm them, which allows the pocket to form. Then simply cut off the top and stuff the pita bread full of your favorite fillings. Today my daughter had a gluten free pita stuffed with scrambled eggs for breakfast, and took a chicken salad stuffed gluten free pita to school for lunch.
The gluten free pita breads from GFL Foods are simply wonderful!
GFL Foods says...
"We have the perfect and best tasting Gluten Free Pita Bread. You can stuff it and take for lunch and it will not crumble or lose its taste. So now you also can enjoy a snack or lunch where ever you go. Our products are baked, wrapped and frozen to ensure a fresh, nutritious and delicious gluten–free treat that looks great, smells great and tastes great."
Click here to order gluten free pita bread directly from the GFL foods website and check out their list of retail locations.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I was not compensated for this review. I received the item featured in this post for review purposes courtesy of the product company and/or its PR company. I was not required to write a positive review, and the opinions I have expressed are solely my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”