Gluten Free Products
Goldbaum’s Gluten-Free Foods
If you’re looking for a line of gluten-free products that has almost everything you may crave at one time, Goldbaum’s is the answer.
I received a sample pack from Goldbaum’s that included Brown Rice Pasta Spirals, Brown Rice Pasta Spaghetti, Chow Mein Noodles, Croutons, and Ice-Cream Cones. This may sound like an eclectic list of products, but if you visit their website you will find many more gluten-free products to love! The first thing I went for in my box of goodies were the pasta spirals because I had a bit of a craving for some Italian. I followed the simple instructions on the bag – bring water to boil in large pot, cook pasta 3-5 minutes, turn off flame and leave pasta covered for 15 minutes, then drain & rinse. Not too bad, Eh?
When I rinsed the noodles and poured them into a bowl, I was immediately impressed because they didn’t have that sloppiness look that some gluten-free noodles tend to have. The noodles stayed intact and didn’t start to become one huge hunk o’noodle. I paired the spirals with some tomato sauce and Italian sausage and had myself a fantastic, easy dinner!
Shortly after enjoying dinner that evening, I decided I might as well take advantage of the ice-cream cones and have dessert. The first cone I went for was the sugar-waffle cone because waffle cones were my absolute FAVORITE back in the day. I also must tell you that I am not a big ice-cream lover so I instead filled my cone with rainbow sherbert. While eating it, I couldn’t wait to get down to the cone part so I could have some bites with the gluten-free sugar-ness. When I made it down to the cone, I enjoyed bite after bite of heaven. Goldbaum’s also has cocoa sugar cones and jumbo waffle cones which I haven’t tried, but boy would I have a hay day with them!
Now after enjoying one type of cone, the normal (self-controlled) individual would save the other type for a rainy day. Not me. I was on a roll that evening so I decided to chug along and open up the other box of gluten-free cones as well. This time I put a little less sherbert on top because I simply wanted to get down to the good stuff ASAP. This cone also had a great texture. I may be bias since I haven’t had that one binding protein we all love to hate in over 3 1/2 years, but I think this cone matched up to the gluten alternative! You should probably go out and get some today!
Next on the taste-test list was Goldbaum’s Chow Mein Noodles. Being that I hadn’t had Chow Mein Noodles in the longest time, I was VERY excited for this one. My stepdad had mad a stir fry for dinner, so instead of heating up some rice to pair with it, we decided to go the chow mein route.
My taste buds were very impressed with these noodles. They are crunchy but not “dry”, and after they were mixed up in the stir fry, they had a texture that I really enjoyed. If you are a stir-fry, chow mein loving person, you should probably check these babies out today.
I also tried Goldbaum’s Croutons, which I poured on top of a chili concoction I made (since I don’t exactly like salad). The croutons were tasty, and their small size made me think of how perfect they would be for meatloaf!
If you like what you see here, visit the Goldbaum’s website and check out what other gluten-free products they have to offer AND enter their raffle for $200 worth of Goldbaum’s gluten-free food!!! You can also follow them on Twitter @Goldbaums!