Three Bakers Gluten-Free Hoagie Rolls - Celiac Disease
Mar 16 2012

Three Bakers Gluten-Free Hoagie Rolls

They say you learn something new every day, right?  Well, yesterday I learned that The Grainless Baker is now called “Three Bakers”.  Turns out that there has been some changes made.  Read on…

To Our Valued Customers,
Dan & I started the Grainless Baker in 2003 after I was diagnosed with Celiacs disease and had to go gluten free. The business has grown steadily and we appreciate your loyal support. Over the past two years it has become evident to us that if we were to continue to grow, we needed to increase our ability to better serve our retail and food service customers.
After careful consideration we have decided to join The Gluten Free Food Group (GFFG) which is led by two industry veterans Lyle Hubbard and Eric Shellenback. Our new company will operate under the brand name Three Bakers
The Three Bakers brand represents our heritage in the baking business. My father Joe started his bakery in 1979 where my husband Dan, a master baker & I worked until 2002 when I was diagnosed celiac. After that Dan began to bake gluten free and we founded the Grainless Baker. Our four children live in a gluten free household so we are committed to bringing you the best tasting and nutritious gluten free foods we can make. Our Three Bakers tag line reflects this: “Gluten Free Baking from our family to yours!”
After conducting extensive consumer research we have developed new products and packaging for Three Bakers which address the needs of today’s gluten free consumers for improved taste & nutrition. Most of these improvements have been included in our current Grainless Bakers products. We will continue to ship our current Grainless Baker until packaging is available for Three Bakers. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you under the Three Bakers Brand!
Jane Trygar

Change can be scary, but it can also be exciting!  It certainly sounds exciting in this case!


My biggest problem was figuring out what I was going to eat first with the hoagie rolls.  I opted for a simple sub sandwich with turkey & Swiss.  While I did lightly toast the hoagie roll for my sub, it didn’t need to be toasting.  The package recommends keeping the rolls frozen, but letting them defrost at room temperature.  I tasted the roll at room temperature and it was very good.  I layered on my toppings & made sure to snap a picture before I dug in.


This sandwich was one of the best I have had in a long time.  The texture of the hoagie roll was amazing.  Do you see the air bubbles – reminds me of regular, gluten-filled bread?!


Water, Brown Rice Flour, Corn Starch, Tapioca Starch, Eggs, Sugar, Corn Dextrin, Non-GMO Canola Oil, Potato Flour, Honey, Baking Powder, Xanthan Gum, Yeast, Salt, Rice Bran Extract, Vinegar, Enzymes.

Contains:  Eggs

Each roll contains 250 calories, 3 grams of fat, 9 grams of fiber and 4 grams of protein and are made in a gluten-free facility.  They are dairy-free in addition to being gluten-free.  I paid $6.39 for a pack of 4 at my local health food store, Raisin Rack, but they are priced at $5.99/package on the Three Bakers website.  Check here to see if they can be found in a store close to you.

I have so many ideas for these hoagie rolls:

  • Meatball subs
  • French bread pizza
  • Philly cheesesteak sandwich
  • Toasted reuben sandwich
  • French dip
  • Breakfast subs
  • Garlic bread

Have you had a chance to sample these hoagie rolls made by Three Bakers?  If so, what did you think? 

**This product was purchased by me for review purposes. 

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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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