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Gluten-free Pretzels

  • Mar 22, 2010
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I tried both types of pretzels (From Meijer's).  My personal preference is the sesame coated mini pretzel as I like salt and savory.  The sticks were okay but seemed to have a waxy coating that was a turnoff for me.

There are so many leftover sesame seeds in the bottom of the bag when the pretzels are gone that I save them an add them as a topping to baked Talapia fish.  Yum!

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March 23, 2010
Pretzel crumbs and sesame seeds on backed? Never heard of it, but I've got to try it! Do these gluten-free pretzels taste like regular pretzels? Thanks for sharing, Sonya! :)
March 23, 2010
Hi Devora, These taste more like a real pretzel than the stick pretzels that are GF. The sesame seeds just give it a little more flavor and crunch. Plus you have extra seeds (that tend to fall off the pretzels) that can be saved to use in other dishes. A Winner!
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review by . February 24, 2010
People like pretzels. People like Glutino's gluten-free pretzels. Because they taste like pretzels. Now don't get me wrong -- I don't think anyone should be munching on pretzels all day, whether they are filled with gluten or not. It's a lot of starch either way. But when you need a pretzel -- for a kid's snack, for a party mix, or just for comfort, these pretzels will satisfy.      Glutino pretzels come in many shapes: Sticks, Twists, Unsalted Twists and Sesame Rings. The ingredients …
review by . August 29, 2010
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Glutino has a whole line of gluten-free products, but I'm especially partial to their gluten-free pretzels. While we know that gluten-free living will cost a bit more, my pre-gluten free memory has me favoring these very tasty living room coffee table companion. (See also Anheuser-Busch, Redbridge to wash it all down. ;>)      (Please note that in the beginning, these pretzels are tastier than any gluten counterpart, but, like all things gluten-free, their tendency to …
Quick Tip by . March 18, 2010
my whole family loves these, not just my daughter who has celiac
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