Black Friday shopping always starts with breakfast at our favorite coffee shop. This year we had to make an adjustment after discovering our favorite shop was no longer there. Not many places were open at 4:30AM, so we settled on Starbucks, as I knew I could drink the coffee (and I brought my own almond milk).
While none of the mixed coffee drinks are considered safe for those on the gluten-free diet and none of the bakery items are gluten-free, I knew there were some pre-packaged snacks that would suffice. Kind Bars are usually found at the counter in Starbucks, along with these newer Marshmallow Dream Bars from La Boulange.
Probably not the most nutritious way to start out my day, but a nice treat, nonetheless.
marshmallow (corn syrup, sugar, modified corn starch, gelatin), crisped rice (rice, brown sugar, salt, distilled monoglycerides), corn syrup, salted butter (cream [from milk], salt), sugar, sea salt, maltodextrin, vanilla extract.
The Marshmallow Dream Bar (certified gluten-free) tasted just as good, if not better, than the version I make at home. This version was a little softer and definitely gooey, just as it should be. Starbucks has locations across the US, though they all may not have these bars available. Word on the street (net) is there is also a pre-packaged gluten-free chocolate cookie, though I have yet to see one.
Have you tried the Starbucks La Boulange Marshmallow Dream Bar? Have you seen the gluten-free chocolate cookie?