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Van's Gluten Free Foods [Review and Giveaway ends 1/30]





I've seen Van's Foods in stores but this is the first time I've really had the chance to try them. What I already appreciate about Van's Foods is that they are certified gluten free by the Gluten-Free Certification Organization. Since going gluten free last year, I've made it my goal to find really good food items that are gluten free that taste JUST as good as their gluten brethren. Although reading over their FAQ, I did notice that their facilities aren't gluten free. So depending on your sensitivity to gluten, keep that in mind. However they do practice excellent cross-contamination prevention methods and I really appreciate that! Read more here.

I tried out two different foods - their waffles as well as their crackers. Luckily, I picked up both of these items at my local grocery store so they weren't hard to find at all. (I usually shop at Safeway by the way mostly because it is very convenient to my home!).

First, for their waffles. I did enjoy the waffles, although I wish I could have found a different flavor. I thought the flavor I chose was good, but if you visit their website, they have SO many you can choose from. Personally I think I would go for a flavor that has a bit more pizzaz in it. Also I'm definitely going to keep an eye out for their french toast sticks because those look VERY good.

Second, I tried out their Gluten Free Say Cheese! Crackers. These were tasty! They were extra salty which I loved. Also you don't even recognize that you're having something without gluten because they are just that good. I will definitely pick these up at the store next time I visit. These would definitely make for a great snack to have with lunch. Also, if you check out the link here, you may notice that these aren't too many calories. So overall I didn't feel guilty at ALL having these.

The one thing I really like about Van's is how much variety they have! If you visit their website you can see all the things you get to choose from if you have a gluten allergy.

To find out the store nearest to you that sells Van's products, visit their website. Also, get some great deals and coupons by signing up for the Van's eclub and make sure you read their blog for tasty recipe ideas! You can also follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

Best of all I get to giveaway three coupons for free Van's products to one lucky reader! Enter via Rafflecopter below. Giveaway ends 1/30.

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I received free product coupons in exchange for my honest review.

Comments

  1. Gluten Free Snack Bars Strawberry & Peanut Butter love to try it.

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  2. gluten free is good

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  3. Gluten Free Snack Bars Strawberry & Peanut Butte

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  4. I have been eating Vans Gluten free waffles for years. I just recently found their Gluten Free FrenchToast Sticks, which are delicious! I didn't even know Vans made cereal, but I would love to try it.

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  5. I would like to try the strawberry gluten free snack bars.

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  6. I'd like to try their GF Snack Bars Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  7. I would like to try the Gluten Free Pasta
    Creamy Herb & Garlic Pasta

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  8. The Gluten Free French Toast Sticks sounds yummy!

    Love3570@aol.com

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  9. Visit this link and tell me which product you would like to try.

    i wanna try the whole wheat waffles..thanks

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  10. Love the french toast! Waffles are good, too.

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  11. I'd like to try the chocolate chip mini waffles.

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  12. I would love to try their Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chip G-free Snack Bars.

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  13. I've always wanted to try Vans!

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  14. I would love to try Gluten Free Crackers
    Say Cheese!
    twinkle at optionline dot net

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  15. I would like to try the Gluten Free Multigrain Chips Nacho, Nacho Man. I love their waffles, but haven't tried the chips.

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  16. I love Van's GF waffles - I eat them every weekend! I would love to try their crackers

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  17. I would like to try the cheese crackers.

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  18. The waffles are by far their best product

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  19. I would like to try the strawberry gluten free snack bars.
    agnesye@hotmail.com

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  20. I'd like to try the Gluten Free Pasta Ultimate Cheddar Penne.

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  21. I would love to try the Gluten Free Snack Bars Peanut Butter Chocolate

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  22. I want to try the Gluten Free Honey Crunch Cereal

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  23. I want to try the Van’s Gluten Free Totally Original waffles

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  24. Id like the GLUTEN FREE CINNAMON HEAVEN CEREAL.

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  25. I love the taste of there waffles

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  26. I want to try the Gluten Free Crackers Say Cheese!

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  27. Id like to try the gluten free Snack Bars Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip

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  28. I'd like to try the Gluten Free Snack Bars Strawberry & Peanut Butter.

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