Can you believe it’s already the 28th day of Celiac Disease Awareness Month? I sure can’t, but then again doing a giveaway a day has made my head spin! Thankfully, we’ve got an old favorite for Day 28, so I don’t have to work too hard to get you onboard to enter to win some awesome goodies from this sponsor! Rudi’s Gluten Free Bakery has been around since 1976 – from an organic bakery, to branching out to a gluten-free full line that is GFCO certified.
Their new products include their CHERRY ALMOND BARS and their CIABATTA ROLLS and we had a chance to try them out!
The Cherry Almond Bars were being sampled at numerous gluten-free expos, and apparently they’re now out at Whole Foods Market, Vitamin Cottage, and Colorado Costcos! Here’s the ingredients:
Rolled oats, almond butter, honey, gluten-free flour blend (cornstarch, sorghum flour, sweet rice flour, potato starch, potato flour), almonds, canola oil, brown rice syrup, dried cranberries, dried cherries, puffed brown rice, ground flaxseed, vanilla extract, sea salt, natural almond flavor, cinnamon, ground nutmeg.
I made ciabatta rolls to make turkey sandwich appetizers. You can just stick them in the oven to toast, cut them open, put a slice of folded turkey inside and dress it! While these may not be suitable for a sandwich size – they’re great for appetizers but a few would suffice for a meal! The rosemary and olive oil were my favorite – so tasty!
Here are the ingredients of these awesome little rolls:
Water, potato extract, tapioca starch, rice flour, rice starch, evaporated cane juice (cane sugar), egg white, yeast, sea salt, xanthan gum, olive oil, rosemary, sodium bicarbonate, garlic powder, natural enzymes.
Thanks so much to Rudi’s Gluten Free for being a sponsor for today and for sending some great new products for me to try out. Extra thanks to Lauren and the Rudi’s team for sending out some great products to some lucky winners!
There will be three awesome winners and each one will get:
- 1 package of Rudi’s GF Cherry Almond Bars
- 1 package rosemary and olive oil ciabatta rolls
- 1 package plain ciabatta rolls
- Rudi’s sandwich box
- 2 VIP product coupons
You can enter to win a Rudi’s prize pack of their favorite items by entering the Rafflecopter below!
Tagged: Ciabatta, dairy free, gluten free, Rudi's Gluten Free Bakery, Soy Free
I would make bruschetta
I would enjoy the ciabatta to be able to make delicious lunch sandwiches!
I would make hamburgers and chicken sandwiches
I would make little sandwiches to bring to work for lunch 🙂
I can’t have the bars due to an allergy to nuts but LOVE their spinach and fiesta tortillas. It’s like heaven in a wrap. I love making quesadillas. 🙂 I want to try the rolls too!
I would make a sandwich for lunch
Love ciabatta rolls! I use em instead of hamburger buns!
I would make a garlic type bread and then top it with a bruschetta chicken recipe. So yummy!!! I’m already drooling!
Ham and cheese sandwiches!!!
I would totally make bruschetta or mini hamburgers!!
Deli sandwiches for lunch…miss having sandwiches!
There are so many Rudis products I love I couldn’t name just one.
There are so many Rudis products I love I couldn’t name just one. But I love the rolls of course
I’d make hamburgers
Turkey/bacon and avocado sandwiches!
I would probably just make a sandwich, tomato and roast beef. 🙂
I’d like to try the almond cherry bars!
Ooh, I would just put a little butter on them and gobble them down!
would love to try ciabatta for summer sandwiches
I’d make some yummy oven grinders!
anything on a ciabatta….I would keep one in my purse when I go out to dinner and make an avocado sandwich! I miss ciabattas
We LOVE the Rudi’s gluten-free ciabatta rolls! They are the perfect side dish with a nice “Sunday dinner” or just an easy accompaniment to mac & cheese.
I would love to try the Rudi’s Gluten Free Bakery Ciabatta rolls, (slice one open if not already cut open) add fresh from the garden tomato slice, fresh basil, and slices of mozzarella cheese. Top with some balsamic vinegar and minced fresh garlic. YUMMY!!
Chicken sandwiches and hamburgers. 🙂
I would love to try the Cherry almond bars, haven’t seen those in stores out here yet.
I would love to make a nice fish sandwhich!! yummy!
I’d make a sub sandwich!
Bruschetta. Or I would use them as a base for a fresh tomato, mozzarella & basil appetizer.
I’d make a croque moniser , excuse the spelling!
Cheeseburgers and pizza rolls! Yummy!!!
I’d love to use these for taking sandwich lunches to work, or for using as burger buns!
I would eat it with butter on the side of some pasta!
Plain old deli style sandwiches are one of the things I miss most!
My favorite bread!! can’t live without it.
I would make bruschetta, so yummy in the summer!
I would make some cold cut sandwiches out of them.
I would make tiny sandwiches and they would be glorious
mini sliders with a delicious meatless burger
nut burger subs!
I’d use them for garlic bread or to make a chicken salad sandwich.
Any kind of sandwich is what I would make, yum!
I would make pizza sliders by putting tomato basil sauce and melt cheese on top 🙂
I would either use them as sandwich buns or hamburger buns.
I would make a turkey, basil, tomato, and mozzarella sandwich! Yum!
I would make a tomato sandwich with my homemade mayonnaise.