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.
A recent trip to a brand spanking new Whole Foods near me yielded some delicious new gluten-free surprises. One of them was Better Bread Company’s Fresh Vegetables Pizza. I am a huge pizza fan and love being able to find great tasting frozen options that I can grab from the freezer, toss in the oven and have a quick lunch.
While walking through my local market I spotted these Flamous Brands Falafel chips out of the corner of my eye and immediately headed over to investigate further. First off, the packaging is really quite cool and grabs your attention but I had to wonder was this product inside going to measure up? Well, the short answer is a resounding YES!