While it may not have been the most posh of restaurants, I have always loved the Olive Garden. I’m pretty sure I went there on many dates, and after high school dances. I wanted to eat there for my birthday. It might have been the pasta or the salad – okay, I’ll admit it, it was just for the breadsticks. I haven’t stepped foot into one since going gluten free though. Finally, I can satisfy my cravings for gluten-free breadsticks, thanks to MYBREAD gluten-free bakery.
I’ve known MYBREAD gluten-free bakery for years now. They’re a great company with phenomenal gluten-free bread products, like pitas, baguettes, rolls, and now gluten-free breadsticks and pizza crusts.
How do you prepare MYBREAD gluten-free breadsticks?
It’s best to keep all MYBREAD products in the freezer until the day of use. I take my breadsticks out a few hours before I need them. I coat them in melted dairy-free butter, and then use Redmond Real Salt, with garlic, salt, and pepper and sprinkle over the breadstick. I like to also top with Follow Your Heart dairy-free parmesan shreds and grated parmesan.
Where can I buy MYBREAD gluten-free breadsticks?
I currently buy MYBREAD gluten-free products at my Sprouts location in Phoenix. You can find where MYBREAD is sold near you using their store finder. At this time, MYBREAD gluten-free breadsticks are available online. For $19.99 (plus shipping), you’ll receive 3 packages of 4 breadsticks, for 12 breadsticks total.
What are the ingredients of MYBREAD gluten-free breadsticks?
The ingredients in the MYBREAD breadsticks include:
Water, Brown Rice Flour, Tapioca Starch, Potato Starch, Resistant Corn Starch, Dextrose, Non-GMO Expeller Pressed Canola Oil, Yeast, Vegetable Fibers, Modified Cellulose, Salt, Sugarcane Fiber, Xanthan Gum, Cultured Corn Syrup Solids and Citric Acid, Calcium Sulfate, Enzymes
All MYBREAD gluten-free products are certified gluten-free with GFCO. It’s also free from nuts and soy, as well as being vegan – and free from dairy and eggs.
MYBREAD is a sponsor of Celiac and the Beast in the past, but this post is not sponsored.