Milton's Baking Company, however, is one company that meets all of this college celiac's criteria. Delicious? Check (as my high cracker/chip consumption in the last weeks would show). Nutritious? Their GF crackers are baked instead of fried and the cookies are free of trans fat, high fructose corn syrup, nuts and xanthan gum. Celiac-friendly? Milton's actually began as a restaurant in Del Mar, California (not too far away from me!) and, ironically, I tried their products for the first time at the Gluten Free and Allergen Friendly Expo in Del Mar. Talk about fate...though I'll admit I would've fallen in love wherever my first bite happened!
Milton's was kind enough to send me a large sample basket to
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In particular, I loved eating these chips with homemade burrito bowls (the Chipotle cravings are real!) and enchilada baked spaghetti squash. Add lots of fresh avocado for the prefect crunchy-creamy bite!
According to my sister, herbs and spices are well-distributed throughout each chip. Like the other chips, these also give a satisfying crunch and, being a little thicker than most chips, a heartier bite. Hannah especially loved how fresh the chips tasted. In fact, she compared them to Doritos - except less artificial and processed!
Various flours - including brown rice, potato, oats, corn, millet, quinoa, amaranth - give the crackers an earthy flavor that melds well with a variety of toppings, from fruit to avocado to meats and veggies. Be aware, though, that these do contain dairy (from whey protein).
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One of the best indicators of a good gluten free product? What gluten-eaters think! During our girl's night, one of my friends dug into my cookie stash. And while she loves gluten, these cookies apparently tasted good enough for several to disappear.
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