Another great Costco find was these Vegetarian Stuffed Grape Leaves from Frankly Fresh. Not only are these gluten-free but also dairy-free as well. Now, if you are thinking of those small, tightly wrapped grape leaves that you’ll typically find in tins – which I love, don’t get me wrong – these are a cut above and have a a really unique flavor, not to mention they are huge.
My friends at Moni’s Naturals sent me some of their products to review and I could have been happier. Those of you from Texas might recognize the name because Moni’s is served at a host of restaurants down in the Lone Star State. After tasting these products it is no surprise why Moni’s has been a successful family business for decades…
I have said it before and I will say it again, I always love my trips to my local Costco because each time there seems to be more and more gluten-free items on the shelves. My last visit yielded a really great fine of gluten-free and vegan Veggie Patties from Don Lee Farms. I am typically not one for pre-made foods but after looking at the ingredients – these patties were all natural and had real honest to goodness ingredients (namely vegetables) so I thought why not give them a try.
My friends at El’s Kitchen sent me samples of their new Medleys flavors of Cheddar and Sour Cream and Onion. Now I have long been a fan of El’s Bagel Chips and Medleys since I first reviewed those products a while back. I was really excited to give their new flavors a try.
Now for those of you that are not familiar with El’s Medleys, they are a crunchy gluten-free snack mix that includes a fantastic mix of flaxseed corn chips, pretzels, potato chips, corn nuts, and bagel chips. I really liked their Original flavor which was quite unique and their new flavors did not disappoint.