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Three Bakers Gluten Free Bread [Review and Giveaway]

I love when I can find tasty gluten-free bread. It's something that's actually hard to find. But when I had the opportunity to review Three Bakers Gluten Free Bread I jumped at the chance. I knew this would be the right product for me especially when I read over the company history.

Jan and her husband Dan launched the bakery following not too long after her diagnosis of Celiac Disease. Experimenting with the variety of gluten free flours proved to be difficult until finally they got the recipe right and soon couldn't keep up with the demand. Honoring her father who had passed away in 2003, Jan the "Three Bakers" company was born.  Read more about her inspiring journey to go gluten free by following this link.

I received three different breads to try (as well as purchased a loaf of my own bread in the grocery store!). I tried the MaxOmego Whole Grain and 5 Seed Bread. 7 Ancient Grains Whole Grain Bread, the White Bread Whole Grain, and the Whole Grain Hoagie Roll. Last week, I also purchased Rye Style Whole Grain Bread.

Right away my overall feeling of the bread was that it tasted good. Sometimes my experience with gluten free bread is that it's either tasteless or even much to my horror a little medicinal tasting, but this was neither of those things. The MaxOmego Whole Grain and 5 Seed Bread was particularly hearty. So I thought that worked great for breakfast. The White Bread Whole Grain complimented tuna sandwiches VERY well (total win!) and this is definitely something I will look out for as well as the Whole Grain Hoagie Roll (it withstood my tuna melt!). 7 Ancient Grains and Rye Style both worked great as toast too.

Overall I don't really don't have anything bad to say about this bread. It tasted good and I'm going to make sure to look out for it in the store. Probably the only downside is that your store may not have this in stock and they also may not have many selections to choose from, which is disappointing because Three Bakers has SO many gluten free options to enjoy.

Make sure you visit the Three Bakers website and find out more about their gluten free product line. You can also follow them on Twitter and Facebook. Make sure you find out where to find three Bakers breads in a store near you by following this link.

I am very excited to announce I will also be giving away the Three Bakers Whole Grain White, 7 Ancient Grains bread and the Hoagie Rolls. Enter via Rafflecopter below. Giveaway ends on 2/23.

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I received complimentary products in exchange for my honest review.


  1. I would probably choose the white bread whole grain! Although that cinnamon raisin is calling my name... Thanks for the giveaway! :)

  2. I'd love to try the Hoagie Rolls !

  3. Visit Three Baker's Website and tell me which bread you would most likely buy?

    cinnamon raisin for me baby!

  4. I would totally try that Whole Grain and 7 Seed Bread- the more seeds, the better! Never heard of Three Baker's so thank you for profiling them! I am ALWAYS looking for new gluten-free bread companies....
    I would also order their gluten-free stuffing...because I cannot find any gluten-free stuffing anywhere!

    1. You really can't find that stuffing anywhere with other companies! I love having options!

  5. I want to try the Whole Grain Hamburger Buns!

  6. I like the MaxOmega Whole Grain and 5 Seed Bread.

  7. I would like the great seed bread

  8. I would like to buy the MaxOmega™ Whole Grain and 5 Seed Bread
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  9. I love the Rye Style and the Max Omega. Even my boyfriend loves them and he is a food snob

  10. If get the Rye Style Whole Grain Bread

  11. I would probably buy the cinnamon raisin bread.

  12. My husband would love the whole grain rye, I'd like the 5 or 7 seed whole grains, the kids want raisin!

  13. I'd love to try the Rye Style bread, make some yummy Ruebens!

  14. I would like to try the
    Whole Grain Hoagie Roll

  15. I'd like to try the Great Seed Whole Grain and 7 Seed Bread.

  16. The cinnamon raisin bread sounds great. I would love to try it.

  17. I would love the Cinnamon Raisin Bread from Three Bakers--Two slices with ghee, some fruit and my coffee in the morning sounds wonderful!

  18. i would like to try the Great Seed Whole Grain and 7 Seed Bread

  19. I would love to try their Whole Grain Hoagie Roll, looks so good

  20. I would love to try the Hoagie Rolls!!

  21. I would buy the cinnamon raison whole grain bread, looks yummy.

  22. I like the MaxOmega Whole Grain and 5 Seed Bread

  23. I'd really like to try the Rye Style Whole Grain Bread. I'm in the mood for a pastrami on rye right now. :)

  24. I'd like to try their 7 Ancient Grains Whole Grain Bread.

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  25. The whole grain hoagie rolls, that's not something you see very often, I don't think.

  26. I would most likely buy the whole grain white bread

  27. I would like to try Three Bakers Rye Style Gluten-Free Bread.

  28. I would go for the Cinnamon Raisin bread or the White!!


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