Okay... I was blown away with these GF DF ... no allergen donuts!! I can’t believe how amazing they were! After not having a donut for years, this truly hit the spot and made my heart happy! Microwave for 15-20 seconds and it’s ready to eat!!
These are disgusting. They're not glazed in maple, but saturated. I had to scrape so much of the stuff off, but it still tasted gross. I don't recommend these for anyone unless they really love eating maple syrup. These had me gagging rather badly.
My daughter eats gluten free and she ABSOLUTELY LOVES these!!! Not all GF things taste close to the real thing but these nail it. They are a little pricey but most GF things are, so it's not a big deal for us. Keep them in the freezer and place in the microwave. Fresh and hot!
I've been eating gluten free for many years and it's hard to find a really good bakery product that tastes like it's not gluten free. These donuts are so delicious non celiac consumers would never know that they are gluten free.
I so love these! When i had to go GF 11 years ago it was so depressing, there wasn't anything good to get that was ready to eat. I could not just go to the store and pick up a donut. Then along came Kinnikinnick I think they were the first GF product i ever found and the donuts were like heaven! I remember the first time i bit into their donuts, it was the best thing ever. And we still buy these gems! And the fact that they are nut free also is a plus for my son who is also GF.
Overall these are a great compromise for donuts in the gluten free world. I would highly recommend that you follow the instructions and heat them in the microwave in order to soften them. Once heated, you have to eat it within a few minutes or else it turns to a solid rock. The donut is definitely on the sweet side so if sweet is your treat, this GF donut is for you.
Pretty dang yummy. A little hard to find in my area, usually only Sprouts or Whole Foods. I like them after a few seconds in the microwave. I started eating this brand after trying at a GLUTEN free expo.
My favorite! I grew up out in the northwest where maple donuts are plenty. When I moved to Wisconsin, I didn't understand why a state so plentiful in maple goodness didn't have maple donuts! Then my GF issues came and I found these amazing substitutes :)
Any grocery store that carries the Kinnikinnick brand can probably order them in for you. My local HyVee grocery store was able to get them in off the truck. They carry the chocolate and vanilla flavors in the freezer section on a regular basis. I would ask at the customer service desk and go through their supplier catalog to see if you can get other flavors.
I like them better compared to other maple glazed donuts, but compared to other regular glazed donuts they aren't as good. I buy them at a local grocery store and I think you can buy them on their website. Try emailing them your location and asking where you can buy them near you. Hopefully this helps.