These are not oreos. Still trying to find an Oreo replacement. And this is not it. It's not bad, but it can't be compared to the unhealthy goodness of a classic Oreo. I doubt I'll buy them again. I think I'll use these for cookies and cream ice cream, just so I don't have to eat the whole package sadly while dreaming about Oreos. They are probably the closest I found so far. But my quest continues!
I've been having a lot of issues with deodorant lately. I've been super sweaty, but don't like any strong perfumes in my deodorant. I especially dislike floral scents. I usually use men's deodorant because they don't have any "lilac berry passion" or whatever other scents there are. But for the past month my "48 hour protection" men's deodorant wasn't lasting even a day! I scoured amazon for a new choice. Kinda skeptical because I can't smell any through the internet. I ended up with this product. I got it in invisible solid because I think gel leaves me sticky and wet for a bit. It went on smooth, and the scent was really fresh and not overbearing. This is actually for "stress response" sweat, which is something I've never heard of, but was super interested in learning about. And tada! Two exams and two presentations in one day led to multiple anxiety attacks and I didn't smell like I rolled in a guys locker room! The only negative I'd have to say is that it really isn't "invisible" as it did leave white residue. But I'll take it if I stop smelling awful. Love this product!
I am also so excited when a company comes out with a gluten free line of cereal. I usually do noting but eat that every day for a week. I am a huge fan of honey bunches of oats, but I usually only got the original plain flavor before I went gluten free. However, my local grocery store did not carry the gluten free original. Don't know why. So I got chocolate. Overall the taste is really good! The only thing I have to say is that the chocolate bits seem just like cocoa pebbles. It was a weird addition to me. But still, tasted great and I really enjoyed trying a new gluten free product.
These are my saltine cracker replacement! Really good texture and taste. I usually end up carrying a pack of these crackers to restaurants so I can eat dips (use celery and carrots to eat crab dip? I think not!). They are great to settle my stomach when I'm sick, and for cheese platters and for dips galore. I usually have at least two boxes in my pantry at all times.
Love love love LOVE THIS! Doesn't even taste gluten free at all. Because they use rice flour it tastes really similar to the original product. Corn flour would have made this too savory. So my favorite thing to do with this cereal is to put the cereal in a large ziplock bag, crush with a rolling pin, and drop a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream into the bag. Shake, remove, and drizzle honey and add whipped cream on top, and you've got a mock-fried ice cream. What an absolute treat! I also enjoy this cereal as a normal cereal though.
This, by far, is the absolute best substitute for gluten flour. The taste is so great and my gritty at all. I have yet to find any flour that can beat this product. however, I can only use it on really rare occasions because dang if this flour isn't a complete wallet emptier!! It's pretty hard to find in stores where I live, so I order it online from Amazon. But it's so expensive I normally only can use it twice a year on birthday cakes for my family. Otherwise I do the whole homemade mix that has all of the different mixtures of gluten free flour.
Vegetarian and Gluten Free? Count me in! My pup has food allergies, and doesn't have any issues with these. She really enjoys them, and we use them to distract her from stressful events or visitors. No mess, doesn't stain the wool carpet (we almost had a heart attack at first, some of these are red colored), and the packaging has a cool velcro sealer that is so much easier to use than an airlock version. They have different sizes for different dog weights, so make sure you are giving them the right size for your dog. Also supervise because they tend to break them in small bits, and might choke if they get too excited while eating it.
I use this Bisquick to make mini shortcakes for strawberry shortcakes! They always turn out a bit lumpy and definitely not PRETTY, but they taste fantastic, and not dry at all. I sprinkle a little large coarse sugar on the top and can even eat them completely plain. I absolutely love this product.
A little runny, but I put up with it because there aren't many gluten free cream of mushroom options available. I use two cans to make a tuna noodle casserole, and because I feel like the mushroom to soup ratio is a bit low, I add fresh sauteed mushrooms to go along with it. I enjoy this option, and always keep a few of these in my pantry just in case.
Price is a bit much, like 5 dollars per meal. And honestly the meals are a bit small, I could probably eat two for one meal. But the flavor is good, and I appreciate any frozen meal options that come gluten free. It only takes about three minutes to cook in the microwave, and I really like to keep one in my freezer for lazy lunches or busy days.