not good enough not being able to get my rolls on
not good enough not being able to get my rolls on an order. it's important to keep a supply of freefrom in. for goodness sake you never run out of ordinary rolls. not good enough
unable to understand why most gluten free bread is
unable to understand why most gluten free bread is like eating blotting paper or cardboard, these rolls are not bad but do not compare with shar partly baked frozen rolls which Tesco's do not stock, so we have to purchase elsewhere.
Poor quality white rolls.
I bought a packet today From Rugeley Store. I was very disappointed and would not recommend anyone to buy them. They crumbled into bits when cutting through them to make a ham roll and were dry and unpleasant to eat.
I bought this for my son twice because its gluton free. Both times when you open the pack the rolls fell apart. Not one of the four was whole. I'm not trying these for a third time.
Soft and tastes good.
Beautifully soft, first gluten free roll I've enjoyed eating. The best I've tried out of several different brands.
Better than Genius rolls - slightly dry, but not bad for GF bread
Best gluten free rolls on the market
These are the best gluten free rolls on the market. I run a B&B and guests who have asked for them love them, some couldn't believe they are gluten free as they are so tasty! Thanks Tesco
Not as good as before... :-(
These buns used to be so so good, soft and light and delicious, but lately they have been really hard and dry... what did you do Tescos??
Need to buy daily for best quality but empty shelf
Shelf life poor, mouldy in a few days. The previous long life ones much better.