Gluten-Free Bread Review – Canyon Bakehouse Theresa October 18, 2014 Cooking, Lifestyle 1 Comment As a mom, I’m always looking for food that appeals to my kids. In the past, I’ve made numerous, delicious meals that didn’t appeal to my daughters. For instance, the other night I gave my girls a tasty ham and cabbage dinner. The girls ate every last bit of their ham — and asked for more ham — but didn’t try the cabbage because it was different. Being a mom to picky eaters means that I have to find creative solutions. So after dinner, I let my daughters try some Canyon Bakehouse cranberry muffins, while my husband made a peanut butter and jelly sandwich for dessert with the Cinnamon Raisin bread. Gluten-Free Bread Review Because my daughters are picky eaters, I was relieved when I discovered that they enjoyed the muffins. My girls were thrilled with the taste. My older daughter Samantha would have finished the entire muffin herself, so I asked her to share part of it with her younger sister Georgiana. Even though Georgiana didn’t eat most of the freshly cooked dinner that I had previously tried to feed her, she was ecstatic to eat the muffin. To determine whether the muffins really were tasty, I tried a bite. I thought the taste was very good. A nice lemony taste gave the muffins more flavor. Cranberries added sweetness. To help evaluate the rest of the gluten-free bread, my husband Ryan was eager to try the Cinnamon Raisin bread with his peanut butter and jelly sandwich. As the bread was a good size for kids or for appetizers, my husband made two sandwiches. When Ryan gave his recommendation for the bread, I knew that it truly was good. Another opportunity to try the gluten-free bread involved sampling the Mountain White bread in a delicious French Toast recipe for breakfast. The taste was delicious. My whole family was happy with the meal. Usually I don’t eat a lot of white bread because I prefer to eat more grains, but French Toast calls for white bread. For lunch, the 7-grain bread went great with turkey and Swiss cheese. As I often eat Paleo, I’m incredibly picky about the type of breads that I eat because I don’t always need bread to make a meal complete. I eat bread when it tastes good and makes a meal complete, not just out of habit. The 7-grain bread had a healthy and delicious taste. To help my readers, I found a coupon for $1.00 off the purchase of Canyon Bakehouse bread on the company’s website. Disclosure: I received a free product, but it in no way influenced my opinion. One Response Rebecca October 18, 2014 Thorough and enjoyable review! I have friends who eat gluten free meals and will forward this to them. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.