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Gluten-Free Lunch Ideas: Udi's Gluten-Free Bagels [My Review]

If you haven't seen Udi's in the store, you haven't been looking. They have stuff EVERYWHERE these days and I'm so happy because they really have good food. Udi's sent me a variety of stuff to review and I can't wait to talk about what I had to try!

Udi's made their first loaf of gluten-free bread in 2008 and since then they have grown to be one of the most well-known gluten-free brands around. Make sure you check out their timeline of success to see how far they've come!

I had the chance to try out a few of their items - their Pizza Crusts, Everything Inside Bagels, and Plain Tortillas. So far, of everything I tried from them, I really really LOVED the bagels. I've actually gone on a hunt to find them and no store in my area has these kind! I'm so disappointed!

I have purchased other Udi's bagels recently and I really think the Everything Bagel's have a lot more to them than the plain bagels and are more filling. One thing I love about having bagels back in my diet is that there are so many ways to have them with lunch! Here's a few ideas -

1) Bagel with Peanut Butter, Honey and Cinnamon.
2) Bagel put into the toaster oven melted with swiss cheese. Spread some avocado first over the bread and melt the cheese on top of that for an extra special treat.
3) Bagel with pepperoni slices and some mozzarella slices, melted in the toaster oven or microwave.
4) Bagel with jalapeno cream cheese, and tamed jalapeno slices on top.
5) Bagel with sliced turkey, cheddar, and mayonnaise (I recommend trying Sriracha Mayo!)

Also, I did try their plain tortillas, and I thought they were pretty good. I had them with cheese melted on top and overall they were good. They might not be my preferred kind but I'm glad I had the chance to try them. They cooked really well too, which I appreciated.

Also, the pizza crusts were pretty good too! I have my own favorite but these are a good option. They were a little on the thin side, but that's okay. I know a lot of you out there prefer thin crust!

Overall, I really hope to see the Udi's Everything Bagels in stores. Plus they have so much variety that I can't wait to see what new things they have in store for all of us soon!

Visit Udi's website for a list of products they have available (you can purchase online, shipping is a bit expensive though!) . For recipe ideas, you must visit their link here, they have so many tasty ideas! / And if you join their community, you will get a $1.00 coupon! Click here to sign up!  You can also follow Udi's on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, GooglePlus, and Instagram.

Best of all, I am so excited to tell you that I get to giveaway $50 in Udi's Gluten Free Products. Enter via Rafflecopter below. Giveaway ends 3/29.

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I received these products in exchange for my honest review.


  1. I had no idea that Udi's has meals other then bread and snickerdoodle cookes and frech baguettes think I would love to try the Sweet Potato Ravioli Skillet Meal - sounds delicious.

  2. I want to try Udi's : Double Chocolate Muffins, The French Baguettes, the Snickerdoodle Cookies, The Ancient Grains Aged Cheddar Crisps, The Chocolate Chip Granola Bars, and the Ziti and Meatballs Frozen Meal. All I had not heard of until checking out the website; I know my local Target doesn't have them yet.

  3. Alsoo- I follow Udi's on Instagram but link did not copy!

  4. I would like to try the Udi's Granola. I think it would be great.

  5. I'd like to try the Frozen Entree Italian Sausage Lasagna and Steak, Cheddar & Poblano Lunch/Dinner Burrito.

  6. I want to try the Double Chocolate Muffins!

  7. I'd like to try the Steak, Cheddar & Poblano Lunch/Dinner Burritos.

  8. I would like the cinnamon raisin bread

  9. I would love to try the gluten free snickerdoodle cookies!

  10. i would love to try Udi's muffins and cookies! I already LOVE their bread.

  11. I would like to try their granola bars and cookies/muffins the most.

  12. Snickerdoodle Cookies! Those are one of my favorites!

  13. Cranberry Almond Granola Bars

  14. I'd love to try the Jalapeno Cheddar Chips.

  15. I'd love to try the Chocolate Chip Granola Bars.

  16. I would love to try the dinner rolls and french baguettes!

  17. I would like to try the bagels. My family loves waking up on Sunday morning & enjoy bagels with cream cheese.

  18. I would try Veggie Lasagna, Penne & Cheese and Three Cheese Ravioli.

  19. i wanna try that Millet-Chia Bread..thanks

  20. I'd like to try the small tortillas.

  21. I would be very happy to try the Snickerdoodle Cookies.
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  22. I'd love to try the pizza crust. I keep trying to make a cauliflower crust and it just isn't coming out as delicious as others say it is...I miss pizza.


  23. I'd like to try their Small Tortillas and their Large Tortillas.

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  24. I would like to try the Cranberry Almond Granola Bars and the Gluten Free Au Naturel Granola.

  25. I would try the Snickerdoodle cookies.

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  26. I want to try the pizza crust and the soft and chewy chocolate chip cookies

  27. I want to try the Jalapeno Cheddar Ancient Grain Crisps

  28. I would love to try the Udi's Gluten Free Muffins especially the Lemon Streusel Muffins.

  29. I would like to try the Double Vanilla and the Double Chocolate Muffins!

  30. I would love to try the Three Cheese Ravioli Skillet Meal 18oz.

  31. I would love to try the Coconut Peanut Butter Cookies.

  32. I would love to try their bagels, and any kind of cookies they make!

  33. The Coconut Peanut Butter Cookies sound amazing, I love anything PB really.


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