In this post, I will be reviewing Gluten Free Things English Muffins and Croissants. I have to say that my entire experience sampling these breads have been wonderful. Kudos to Gluten Free Things for making gluten free bread that tastes like real bread.
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If you miss English Muffins since becoming gluten-free, miss them no more. These English muffins have the nooks and crannies you remember. They toast up crunchy and have great flavor. As you can see in the above picture, I made crab and eggs benedict and they held up really well. They did not get soggy.
My Rating: A+
I have to confess, I have not had a croissant in over 30 years, so my memory of how they looked and tasted is a little dim. Having said that, this was a really good attempt at making croissants. They are buttery tasting and flaky, but in my opinion, they fall a little short. Granted, it’s really difficult to nail flaky texture in gluten-free baking. This, however, does not detract from the actual texture and taste. They are also a bit hard to toast, and putting them in the oven is a bit time-consuming, but worth the effort, as I think they taste much better toasted.
My Rating: B+
This bread is beyond amazing. I am not just saying this. I have tasted some pretty awful gluten-free bread over the years. I have also tasted some really good gluten-free bread, but nothing has come as close as this to bakery bread. You won’t find anything like this in a grocery store.
I have thoroughly enjoyed trying this bread, and hope to sample more wonderful goodies from Gluten Free Things in the future.