I had high hopes for the Udi's Hamburger Buns. Unfortunately you need to mix the bun with a mouthful of water or else you're left chewing and trying to swallow the bun. They are powdery and just generally hard to get down. One day I will find the perfect gluten free bun.
These are the best gluten free buns that I have found but the most expensive too. There are only 4 in a package and I pay $6.99 at Sobey's. If there is one thing that I could say to improve the product it would be the shape of the bun. If the bun were flatter and wider it would fit a burger better.
these are great! They're one of the better gluten free buns out there and they're not mealy. the only problem is that they are always frozen at the grocery stores and you have to look for ones that aren't freezer burnt
These are so good when I go to bbq's! The price is about average for GF products in the stores. The best part is that they taste just like regular hamburger buns!
The search for a delicious gluten free burger bun stops here! These taste great, aren't too crumbly (like many GF products) and make a gluten free eater feel normal again.
A little bit pricey but definitely worth the price for the quality
I am not Celiac but choose to eat a Gluten Free lifestyle. Udi's Gluten Free Classic Hamburger Buns are by far the best tasting gluten free buns I have found on the market in my area. Although I generally try to avoid bread replacements - every once in awhile a girl just wants a burger with a bun! The Udi's have a great "real" bread like taste and texture. Them come in at about 190 calories per bun due to primarily being made with tapioca and brown rice flour - but well worth it! I have also found that they freeze very well. I would definately recommend these when you're craving a bun!
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