Thursday, 20 April 2017

Just Gluten Free Bakery Brioche Rolls

I initially found out about Just Gluten Free Bakery from TeenVGN on Twitter and was delighted to find their brioche rolls in Waitrose, whilst shopping this week.

They are a Scottish bakery based in Motherwell, who believe that gluten free bread, should be as good, if not better than wheat products, so they use traditional methods to produce them.

The brioche rolls are not only gluten free, but vegan and registered with The Vegan Society and contain no artificial preservatives.




The appearance is amazing, light and squidgy, with a lovely open texture and a yellow hue, with a fabulous aroma, like real bread.



I have never eaten a brioche roll, so for dinner tonight I made a Quorn vegan burger, with fried onions and spinach, avocado, tomato, chilli sauce and chips.




The brioche rolls are awesome, I do not know how Just Bakery have created them, but it is very clever.   The memory of inedible gluten free bread, is a distant history, for those who remember and although I am not gluten free, I would happily eat these every day.   They are highly recommended.

Just Gluten Free Bakery sell other products like white and seeded loaves and rolls and are currently working on muffins and pizza bases for their customers.  

Available online or from Waitrose, Wholefoods Market, Ken & Co and McGhee & Sons, let us hope they become available nationwide very soon.

Disclaimer:   I have not been paid for this review and all opinions are my own.

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