Udi's is a popular brand of gluten-free baked goods. It can be found in most local grocery stores. I had reviewed their granola a couple of years ago. They make all kinds of products including muffins, cookies, bread, tortillas and more. For my review, I was sent a variety of different products to try.
The first one that I broke into was the Udi's snickerdoodle cookies. Wow! These cookies are amazing. They are very soft and chewy. My husband and I both loved them and they were gone in about 2 days. These are not by any means a "healthy" food, but are a good cookie option for those who need gluten-free products.
I also enjoyed the Harvest Crunch Muffins which contain cranberries, sweet potato, quinoa flour and pepitas. I microwaved mine for about 10 seconds and liked the softer texture once it was heated. You could not tell that these were gluten-free.
Finally, I enjoyed trying the millet chia bread. Two slices are 150 calories which is pretty standard for bread. They are rich in fiber and protein with 5 grams of fiber and 6 grams of protein per 2 slices. With this bread, I made French toast which was tasty. I just beat a couple of eggs with a bit of milk and a bunch of ground cinnamon. I think that this bread is a good option for those who need to consume a gluten-free diet.
I'm a registered dietitian and blogger living in Metro Detroit, Michigan with my husband Troy, daughter Adalyn, pregnant with baby #2 (it's a boy!) and 2 dachshunds! The Nutritionist Reviews is a blog that follows my love for creating healthy recipes, trying new products, nutrition, fitness & parenting.