While I have long been a fan of Katz Gluten Free gluten-free products, there are still some products in their line-up that I haven’t tried. The English muffins happen to be one of those products. Last week I ordered a sample pack that contained an English muffin and incorporated it into my breakfast yesterday morning.
The package arrived with instructions to freeze the products immediately and to toast the English muffin lightly before eating. I put the English muffin into my refrigerator and then sliced and toasted in my toaster oven before topping with peanut butter and strawberry preserves.
The muffins toasted up nicely and retained a light, crisp outside layer and a warm, chewy center. I can see these being the perfect base to a tuna melt on a cold winter day. The ingredients are:
Gluten Free Flour (Potato Flour, Rice Flour), Water, Potato Starch, Quinoa, Tapioca Starch, Canola Oil, Sugar, Dry Yeast, Baking Powder, Guar Gum, Salt, Corn Flour
The English muffins are available on the Katz website for $4.99 (4 pack) or in select stores across the US. Have you had a chance to try the Katz Gluten Free English muffins?