|Bernard's fate could've been avoided with a little more oatmeal.|
It's just not good. Gummy. Bland. Sticky and boring. Tried some Bob's Red Mill GF oats...that bag lasted a year or two.I made it with milk, cream. Added all manner of fruits and sugar. Waffles are just so much better!
I don't buy a lot of gluten-free stuff (because it's expensive) but I'm always interested in new stuff - especially when it's on sale. I guess it was the sale crazies ("but it's 83.56% off!!") that put this in my basket:
Bakery On Main makes my favorite granola, so I figured it'd be worth a shot - plus, it'd be a good one for travel since it just needs hot water.
Small size for a purse, glove compartment, etc. If you're gluten-free, never leave home without a snack on stand-by!
Couldn't be easier to make:
You can't tell here, but there's strawberry bits a-plenty
Turns out, it's just a good one, period!! Super strawberry-y, just enough sweetness to make it
a) not awful and
b) palatable for someone like me, who doesn't really like sweet-sugary food.
Creamy, too, without being gummy - and with just water. I have a feeling the extra, non-eat ingredients help:
Not to mention the health boost of chia and flaxseed
I also like reading backstories of GF products, especially over the past few years as "gluten-free" has become a buzzword and a diet fad - I like to support old school, independent companies as much as I can.
this guy Michael Smulders sounds pretty cool
There's plain and apple cinnamon, too, but I have a feeling I will stick with Strawberry Shortcake. Die-hards like Gluten Hates Me can have their bowls of hand-crafted oats, Bakery On Main's instant is good enough for me! Thanks, sale crazies!