Free Bread Inc sent us some of their bread and poppers to review on the blog.
We were not compensated for this post, just sent product. All opinions are our own.
Here's a little bit about the company from their website first:
Free Bread's founder, Karen Freer, was diagnosed with celiac disease as an adult. During those first few challenging months, she found that the only thing she really missed was bread -- hearty, crusty, seedy, toothy bread. Always a sucker for a challenge, Karen soon set out to achieve a nearly impossible and often outrageously frustrating goal -- to make gluten-free bread taste, look, and feel delicious by any means necessary. After dozens and dozens of abysmal flops (our uglies are now our croutons!), she finally created some recipes that were deemed delicious by not only her fellow gluten-free friends, but her gluten-loving friends, colleagues, and even strangers. Before she had the chance to change her mind, Free Bread was off and running, and she hasn't looked back since. The growth of Free Bread is due to the immeasurable support from her parents.
We thought this bread was great! Our favorite was the GRINGO. It's made with hemp milk, water, Sorghum Flour, sweet rice flour, tapioca starch, potato starch, cornstarch, arrowroot starch, eggs, agave nectar, olive oil, millet flour, xanthan gum, salt, rice extract, apple cider vinegar, active dry yeast. We have never had anything like it and it was incredibly delicious!
All of the bread slices were thick and dense and filling! (Just the way we like it!)
We loved using them for our Peanut Butter & Banana toast some mornings for breakfast!
Jared is a HUGE jalepeno fan, and he is slightly obsessed with the Jalaa! rolls. They are filled with jalepenos, sharp cheddar, and buttermilk. Jared can't get enough of them!
We also enjoyed the Cranberry and Pepita rolls as well. We liked to toast them and add a little cinnamon and honey to them. YUM!
Please visit Free Bread's website and buy some for yourself!