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Monday, January 31, 2011

Bakery On Main

One Word:

A couple weeks ago, Bakery On Main
asked if I'd consider trying a few product samples for a review.

OF COURSE!

This package was full of DELICIOUS gluten-free goodness!!!

I have this funny quirk.
(Okay, maybe I have several, but I'm just talking about ONE right now)


I only like to eat yogurt if it has crunchies in it.
(Note:  I prefer chunky peanut butter too!)


My crunchie of choice is granola.
Since my celiac diagnosis in 2009,
I've had a hard time finding a GF granola that I like...but that dilemma has now been solved!

The Apple Raisin Walnut Granola
tied for 1st place in my Candy Heart with the
Triple Berry Fiber Power Granola.

But, I have to tell ya, I'm thinking the
Cranberry Orange Cashew Granola
may give them a run for their money once I have a chance to try that one!

Moving on...

Sugar has been loving the Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Granola Bars since we discovered them shortly after her celiac diagnosis, in 2008.

All three girls shared the granola bars...

Sugar's favorite was the Apple Cinnamon Soft and Chewy;
Tiara's was the Extreme Trail Mix;
and Tink's was the Peanut Butter & Jelly Soft and Chewy.

(HOOK UP ALERT!!!  Right now, if you purchase any Soft and Chewy flavor, you'll get free shipping on your entire order.  HOLLA!)

From the Bakery On Main website, here's some information about their facility:


Our Bakery

Located just a few miles down the road from the original bakery, our plant maintains the small bakery quality by continuing to bake in small batches.
The Bakery On Main plant is certified Kosher Parve by the Orthodox Union and is certified for organic production. Bakery On Main maintains exceptional quality standards by employing Good Manufacturing Practices including ingredient quality controls, full product traceability, in-house gluten testing, metal detection, standardized allergen and sanitation cleaning procedures, and a HACCP program to insure food safety.
Our products are created for you in our 34,000 square foot production facility with state-of-the-art processing equipment and room to grow so that we can fulfill the future needs our loyal customers.

It's always refreshing to discover companies who are committed to providing an excellent gluten-free product.  If you or someone you love requires a gluten-free diet
(or even if you don't!),
this is one group of products you'll want to add as a pantry staple.

Check them out today...and be sure to let them know that Candy Hearts sent you!

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2 comments:

  1. Nice to meet you too, you make me feel included, thank you!! You guys have an awesome network of support! : ). Glad to find you, and thanks for stopping by!
    I read your last post too, and I had no idea-I never heard about Lalita on the news-it's shocking. I have a ten-year-old son, and I can't imagine-I don't know if he fully comprehends death-that it's forever. I will watch my daughter with diabetes more carefully though. She gets frustrated when she can't eat nonstop all day, but I always let her go to parties and have treats when she's with her friends. I don't want D to affect her socially too! : ). I'll bookmark you, so we can keep in touch! : )

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