I’m going to try to stick to a bit more of a system. Mid-week (Wednesday-ish) I’ll post a review of a gluten free item. Then on the weekend (Sunday-ish), I’ll post a review of a restaurant. Hopefully this will bring balance and consistency to my blog. Sometimes I post a ton of restaurant reviews right after a trip, but then I have nothing to post for a while. Let me know what posts mean more to you and if you like the new schedule!
Our first Wednesday Review is a 2 for 1. European Gourmet banana pudding and Kinnikinnick gluten free Vanilla Wafers.
While the European Gourmet organic banana pudding doesn’t specify gluten free, I contacted the company and they said it is. I wanted a dye-free, natural or organic pudding (that was also gluten free, nut free, soy free, and carrageenan free–quite the tall order) so this was perfect! I used Lactaid milk, as I can handle dairy but lactose is hard on me. I haven’t tried it with a dairy-free milk alternative, but it might work. This is a pudding you have to cook instead of instant, but it’s worth it to me to have the good ingredients!
The Gluten free vanilla Kinnikinnick wafers are just like you remember vanilla wafers–these are gluten free, nut free, peanut free, dairy free, and soy free (they use sunflower lecithin instead of soy–yay! but it is made in the same facility as some soy).
The only thing that would make this better is some whipped cream!
*As always, these opinions are my own and I haven’t been compensated for the reviews.