Monday, April 9, 2012

A few weeks ago, the Sandwich Petals company sent me a package of their flatbreads to try and review.

Sandwich Petals are a new gluten-free flat bread (the company calls them, "The Ultimate Gluten-Free Flat Bread) that come in three flavors.  The flatbreads are not only gluten free, but dairy free, soy free, nut free, egg free, and non GMO.  They're made from a blend of 10 grains and grain-like seeds, including corn, flax, sesame, buckwheat, brown rice, sorghum, millet, quinoa, teff and amaranth.

They come in three flavors: Agave Grain, Spinach Garlic, and Chimayo Red Chile.

As you can imagine, there are not too many packaged products that meet the Welcoming Kitchen formula -- allergen-free, gluten-free and vegan, so I'm always excited to pass along news of a product that works for us.

We tried all three flavors in a couple of different ways.  As recommended on the label, these flatbreads taste so much better if they're heated.  Our favorite uses were sunflower seed butter and chocolate chips melted in the Agave Grain version and quesadillas made with refried beans, salsa and Daiya melted in the Chimayo Red Chile.

I checked on the Sandwich Petals website to see if they were available in a store near me, but they are not.  You can order them straight from the website, though, if you want to give them a try. 

I'm getting ready to go to Nourished and the Gluten and Allergen-free Expo at the end of this week.  If you're in the Chicago area, you should definitely check out all of the information and samples available at the Expo! 

Happy Cooking!



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