Last week I received this HUMOGO box of Udi’s goodies. It’s been a while since I got new Udi’s to try, so I was ecstatic.
The challenge was to perform “Random Acts of Udi’s” and to bring some of my Udi’s loot to a social gathering without telling anyone that it’s gluten-free, to see what the reactions would be.
I served the Jalapeno Cheddar Crisps at our Prayer Group on Sunday night. They went in a flash. I admit that I singlehandedly ate all the Aged Cheddar Crisps earlier in the week. They’re just too good to share.
I served a plate of Snickerdoodles and Dark Chocolate Brownie Bites to a group of neighbor friends, and they scarfed them up. That’s nothing new; they’ve had them before, and they know they are gluten-free, but they love them just the same.
My babysitter dove into the Maple Chocolate Chip cookies the other night; my kids reported that she loved them. Again, it was no mystery that they’re gluten-free because I set them out in the box, but the fact that she ate them should tell you something, right??
I am obsessed with the Salted Caramel Cashew cookies. SO DELISH with a mug of coffee in the afternoon.
We haven’t tried the granolas yet, and I froze the blueberry muffins to enjoy at a later time. I always have to hide them from my son or they disappear. He isn’t gluten-free, so that tells you how good they are, right there!!! That leaves the bagels . . . I plan to cut them in quarters and set them out with cream cheese during our fellowship hour at church on Sunday. I’ll let you know how it goes!
If you’re gluten-free, you should definitely check out Udi’s latest offerings! And if you’re not and you find yourself entertaining gluten-free guests for a meal or snack, pick up Udi’s at your local grocery store. You really can’t go wrong with any of their products, but their cookies are particularly good . . . so good you’ll be surprised they’re gluten-free!
Udi’s sent me this box of their products to try and share, but I was not compensated for this post and these opinions are 100% my own!