Whole Grain Hoagie Roll

Whole Grain Hoagie Roll

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

 

Runner Up for Best Gluten Free Hoagie Rolls in the 2018 Gluten Free Awards

No need to toast to enjoy! All natural. Excellent source of fiber. No dairy ingredients. Contains eggs. 16 oz. 4-pack



Description

Our hoagie buns are 8 inches long. Perfect for the extra long hot dog or your favorite sub. While breads are great for most sandwiches every once in a while we all crave a traditional sub piled high with Meat, Cheese, Lettuce & Mayo or, a cheese steak hoagie. Yum!

INGREDIENTS

WATER, BROWN RICE FLOUR, CORN STARCH, TAPIOCA STARCH, EGGS, SUGAR, CORN DEXTRIN, NON-GMO CANOLA OIL, POTATO FLOUR, HONEY, BAKING POWDER, XANTHAN GUM, YEAST, SALT, RICE BRAN EXTRACT, VINEGAR, ENZYMES

STORAGE INSTRUCTIONS

Can be stored on the counter for several days. Keep Frozen for longest shelf life. Thaw in plastic bag or in microwave.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

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  1. 5 out of 5

    These are my favorite gluten free hoagie rolls. They taste great and are even better than regular hoagie rolls. Also they are a good size not like other gluten free breads that are half the size of regular bread. I would definitely recommend and wish I could find them in more stores!

  2. 5 out of 5

    These are excellent. No off taste. No aftertaste. Nice texture. I have at least 2 of these per week. I spread mayo or mayo-type salad dressing on both sides load them up with thinly sliced onions, american cheese slices, lettuce, and tomato slices or use them with tuna salad and make tuna hoagies with them. They are a good size. They used to be narrower, but I think they changed the width to make them wider so they are exactly like a regular hoagie bun in size now. Before using them, I defrost them on the counter in a plastic bag and then cut them open, spray both sides with non-stick cooking spray and lightly brown in a skillet on both sides (just until a light golden color). I let them cool and use them as normal hoagie buns as described, although I have to admit, I am tempted to just eat them plain at this stage because they are suburb. I think these would be great just sauteed as described with butter and jelly or to make French-bread-type pizza as well.
    I agree with the other poster–they are hard to find. I wish they were in more stores (and less expensive since at my grocery store they are nearly $7 for 4 buns, which is pricey and which is why I have 2 a week instead of 5 or 6. In case case, if you crave a gluten-free hoagie–this is your go-to hoagie bun. You won’t miss the wheat at all. Give these a try. You won’t regret it.

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