Udi’s has become a favorite in my house, especially the cookies. In fact, the Gluten Free Snickerdoodles are infamous! They’re so soft and addictive that the hardest thing is keeping them long enough for back to school lunches.
The best thing about them is that they are not only Gluten Free, but Nut Free. My little tot is allergic to Tree Nuts and a lot of cookies have been made in places with tree nuts, having that right on the front is wonderful.
Udi’s has a large variety of Recipes you can do for lunch, dinner, breakfast and even snacks. My little guy is pretty particular about what he eats and generally sticks to what he knows, so lunch for him is pretty simple. He always wants a PB&J (yes, I know, odd that he is allergic to tree nuts and not peanuts!), a fruit and a cookie.
Udi’s White Sandwich Bread is also Gluten Free and made with all natural ingredients, which you can read the full list and the nutritional facts on the page. It reminds me of home baked bread, the soft fluffiness of the center and the thicker outside. The sizes are perfect, especially for kids and people looking to portion their meals.
We also tried the Millet-Chia Bread which is an ancient grain bread. It is packed with nutrients, vitamins and has a very earthy flavor. This was my husband’s favorite, but he works third shift and I never seem to catch him to get a picture of his sandwiches. He generally likes tuna. An idea that you can do to mix up the typical tuna salad is: Try mixing tuna salad with a bit of avocado really brings out the flavor and adds a bit of creaminess to the texture. I think it would be perfect with the Millet-Chia!