Rudi’s Gluten Free Bakery Cinnamon Raisin Bread

While at the GFAF Expo I got tons of coupons for different Gluten Free products. Including $1.25 off of any Rudi’s Bakery Product. Since I had heard awesome things about their Cinnamon Raisin Bread, I decided I’d try it for myself!! ūüôā¬†

I’ve tried it with a couple different toppings (peanut butter, butter, and raspberry jam) and this bread tasted yummy with all three. It’s a bit denser than what I’m used to with my “normal” but it was delicious nonetheless. I’ve toasted it each time I’ve used it because I prefer Cinnamon Raisin Toast, but with as soft as this bread is . . . I can’t imagine it wouldn’t be just as tasty straight out of the bag!

IMG_4020I think this bread is delicious, and will definitely purchase this product again. If you’re in the market for Gluten Free Cinnamon Raisin Bread, you should definitely try this one!! It’s super tasty!

Have y’all tried any Rudi’s products? If so. . . let me know what your favorite product is in the comments below!

As usual . . . this product recommendation is entirely my opinion. The product recommended within this post was purchased by me, and I’m only mentioning it on the blog because I sincerely like the product (as in may or may not have had three pieces today. . . oops!)

Have a Marvelous Monday y’all!! I’m going to go crawl back in bed to play Words With Friends as allergies¬†and¬†the beginnings of a sinus infection are throwing me for a loop¬†today.

See y’all back here tomorrow!!

Love,

Olivia

Grown Up Grilled Cheese

You¬†could¬†spend the rest of your life eating gluten free white bread slathered in margarine with slices of American cheese in between. You could do that if nothing else were available . . . But that’s gross whether you¬†can¬†eat gluten or not, and you can do SO much better than that — like the awesome sandwich my sister came up with that I am sharing with y’all ¬† today!

Ingredients:

Set up is simple. Butter two slices of bread,  put the cream cheese on the other sides of the bread. After that, put a thick slice of swiss on both of the cream cheese sides of the sandwich. Add a spoonful of the tomatoes in the center. Cook your grilled cheese on a stovetop in a pan on medium low heat until the cheese is melty, and the bread is golden brown. If you prefer, put it on a griddle or electric skillet at 350 degrees until golden brown. Place on a plate cut diagonally, or however you prefer your sandwiches cut . . . and enjoy!

Give this sandwich a try! I’m pretty sure you’ll like it.

What’s y’all’s favorite grilled cheese combination? Let me know in the comments!

Hope you have had a tremendous Thursday!
Love,
Olivia