Katz Brings Back a Favorite–Chocolate Hamantaschen - Celiac Disease
Feb 8 2013

Katz Brings Back a Favorite–Chocolate Hamantaschen

It’s that time of the year – the time where Katz Gluten-Free brings back their famous Hamantaschen.  For those who don’t know what Hamantaschen is, here is a description from the dictionary:

A small triangular cake often made with yeast and filled with a mixture of poppy seeds and honey or with prune paste, prepared especially for the festival of Purim.

Katz version contains the following:

GLUTEN FREE FLOUR (CORN, TAPIOCA, BROWN RICE, SORGHUM), SUGAR, SOY & PALM OIL, CANOLA OIL, EGGS, VANILLA (PURE), XANTHAN GUM, SALT, CHOCOLATE FILLING, (Water, sugar, cocoa, corn syrup, modified food starch, palm oil, locast bean gum, carrageenan, agar, glucomo delta lactone, titanium dioxide, salt, potassium sorbate and sodium benzoate as preservatives, sodium, acid sulfate, natural and artificial FD&C Yellow #5 FD&C Yellow #6).


The Chocolate Hamantaschen is sold in packages of 6 for $5.99/package and is just in time for Purim, which is February 24, 2013.

In addition to old favorites, Katz has introduced several new products over the past couple of months that are worthy of noting:

And, to help make buying your favorites a little easier on your pocketbook, Katz is now offering a “Subscribe & Save” program.


The new ordering system helps ensure you are never without your favorite Katz Gluten Free products and gives you a little bonus of 15% off your order, too!  As always, orders over $50 ship for free ($7.99 flat rate shipping for all other orders).

What is your favorite Katz Gluten-Free product?  Have you tried the Chocolate Hamantaschen?

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Kyle Eslick is the founder of Gluten Free Media, as well as the creator of the popular Celiac Support Groups page. Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, and now Google+!

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