Here's what I served along side some of their delectables!
I was giddy with excitement in at the gluten free section when I saw that Udi's do a tiger bloomer loaf as there isn't any brands (that I've seen/come across) that have mastered a coeliac friendly crusty bread. Until now. It's the perfect addition dipped into soup or scouse, and I'm so glad that the weathers getting colder so that I can use any excuse to make hearty casseroles with a side of this bread!
It's a tough competition but I think the Udi's bagels are my favourite item of theirs! This time I got the multi seeded version which were amazing smothered in butter with a side of bacon and mushrooms; the perfect accompaniment to a full English breakfast! I've seen that they also come in chocolate chip and sundried tomato which I obviously need in my life immediately.
I've had these muffins in the chocolate and toffee variety so was really looking forward to trying these blueberry ones, I couldn't possibly choose which ones I prefer as they're both amazing! It's hard to believe just how down the people at Udi's have got the gluten free baking but well done, seriously.
Lastly, a lovely surprise to find in the hamper was a pack of milk chocolate wafers which went down a treat with a pot of afternoon tea. They also do them in a lemon variety too which I imagine are just as moreish.
Their website is turning into an online foodie wishlist for me and it also shows you where you can buy their items near you which is really handy! They have a section for recipe ideas and you can keep up to date on their new products. I cant wait to get my hands on some of their ready mixes like the Italian style pizza base mix and pastry mix. How exciting!
Have you tried anything from Udis? Is there any of their products I've not mentioned that are your current faves?