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Quick Gluten-Free Breakfast Idea: Glutenfreeda - A Little Bit of Oatmeal (And Granola) to Start Your Day!

I want to say first that I've heard from a lot of people that some people with celiac can't eat oats. I don't have Celiac, I'm gluten intolerant and so far I don't experience problems with eating oats, as long as the oats are certified gluten-free. So do keep that in mind and do some research on your own before deciding whether it's good for your diet or health!


But I had the chance to try Glutenfreeda Gluten Free Oatmeal along with the Granola and I'm SO impressed. First of all, I'm usually not a huge fan of instant oatmeal because I find there is so much bad stuff in the ingredients list. But when I looked over the ingredients for the Glutenfreeda Oatmeal, I didn't see anything that I didn't trust putting into my body.


I'm the only oatmeal fan in my family so I was very happy to try all of these flavors! To give you an example of the ingredients you can expect in their oatmeal, here's the ingredients in the Apple Cinnamon with Flax: Certified Gluten-Free Oats, Dried Apples, Brown Sugar, Ground Flax, Cinnamon, and Sea Salt.


That's it! I loved it! They have a wide selection of flavors in the variety pack including Apple Cinnamon, Banana Maple, and Maple Raisin. Of the three flavors, I loved the Apple Cinnamon the best (not a huge banana fan). I found with all three oatmeal packs there definitely wasn't a whole lot of sugar in it. That wasn't a probably to me, and in fact, all I added on my own was extra cinnamon. I felt SO healthy eating this!


So far, this is my favorite gluten-free oatmeal, and I plan on buying this again.


Lastly, the gluten-free granola! My whole family loved this and with huge massive disappointment, I can report that I'm not seeing this in stores near me. So I may have to purchase it online some time in the future!


But their gluten-free granola was so good. I added a little bit to my oatmeal and good-NESS this made such a hearty breakfast. They come in little packets and these packets can easily be split amongst three people because I really don't think you need all that much to add into yogurt or oatmeal to make it a hearty meal.


Overall, I'm really loving these products by GlutenFreeda. I highly recommend you seek them out in stores. They have such quality food!


Find out where you can find their products in a store near you by following this link. They carry so much more than just granola and oatmeal so check out their online store to see what else you can purchase from them.


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I received these products in exchange for my honest review.

Comments

  1. Sounds yummy! I can usually handle regular oatmeal along as I don't get huge quantities of it, but I try to pick GF oatmeal when I can.

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  2. Yum! I'm always looking for tasty new gluten-free products!

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  3. This sounds very good. I eat oatmeal every morning, and I think I would enjoy these flavors.

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  4. oatmeal is my favorite way to spend the day!

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  5. This does sound good my granddaughter has a gluten problem and she loves oatmeal and thisinstant oatmeal would be great, it is nice to know that it is available hope to see you in stores soon,

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  6. I love granola with Almond milk. I think this would make a delicious and healthy breakfast.

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  7. I love oatmeal during the winter months. It really warms me up.

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  8. i dont quite like oatmeal but this sounds ok.

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  9. I have tried this brand and it was really good

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  10. This sounds delicious,can't wait to try and show my daughter.thanks so much for sharing.

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  11. This will be perfect for us .thanks so very much for sharing.

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  12. This sounds really good! I have never tried it but I want to now!

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  13. These products sound great and the packets would be so easy for me to take along when I travel.

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  14. I enjoy eating oatmeal. Having different flavors is nice, you don't get bored.

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  15. My husband is a huge oatmeal fan and would love this!

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  16. I can think of lots of ways to use these products!

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  17. sounds good and i dont usually like oatmeal

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  18. The oatmeal looks wonderful to try. I usually have some sort of oatmeal for breakfast.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  19. LOVE oatmeal! It is great for nursing mothers also!

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  20. That granola looks awesome! I might have to hunt it down and try some!

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  21. this is an awesome way to start your day

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  22. The granola looks very good! I would like to try out the gluten free oatmeal as well.

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  23. I enjoy having oatmeal for breakfast most mornings, this does look good to me.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  24. Glutenfreeda seems like they have terrific products. I would love to try the granola or oatmeal for a super breakfast.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  25. I am a breakfast waitress and we have just started getting in gluten free cereals and breads because a lot of people are gluten free.

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  26. I love granola! These both sound delicious.

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  27. this sounds great. I am not gluten free but i was thinking about changing to it.

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  28. lots of flavors to try

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  29. I just recently got into oatmeal again. I ate it all the time as a kid.

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  30. I have never seen this brand before so thanks a lot for introducing it to me.

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  31. I haven't eaten many gluten-free products, but I'm always up for some flavored granola. These sound delicious!

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  32. Would like to try! I wonder how many carbs are in it though?

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  33. this sounds like a great product, would love to try it

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  34. They both sound really good to me-- I love oatmeal, and I always put granola in my yogart -its so yummy together

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