Recent problems with large hard inedible lumps in.
These rolls have generally been ok and don’t fall apart like other gluten free rolls. However recently we have had rolls with large hard inedible lumps in the middle of them the size of marbles or larger - obviously a problem at the factory. Not good.
Really not nice, taste of flour. Best White baps are from M&S and the same price - only had these as kindly bought for me.
these are great
these are great
not good enough
too dry and very brittle, can bot be cut without falling to pieces!
Absolutely rubbish. Dry and tasteless
Lovely and soft!!
I was given these as a substitute instead of Genuis so I was a bit disappointed but they are LOVELY! They’re not dry like most free from rolls, they’re lovely and soft and you wouldn’t know they’re free from on taste. I will definitely buy these again now
Love Tesco GF rolls
Hi Tesco GF bakers, I have bought tesco wite rolls many times before, I bought some today and they have clearly used a new recipe, they are without a doubt the best gluten free bread rolls I've ever had ! They are big, light, fluffy, and delicious, they would be great for burgers, I just had a cheese roll, the best I've had since eating wheat. Please please please don't stop making them this way and I'll buy them forever ! Thanks Tesco :) Jules
The only better (gluten free) rolls I’ve had are the soft bfree white rolls which I wish tesco stocked. Honestly they’re not bad. Still a little expensive but far more reasonable than some gluten free. And SOFT! I noticed they changed the recipe on these over the past year and it’s much tastier. If you can only eat gluten free these are really good. If you can digest wheat and you’re reviewing a gluten free product expecting it to be the same then I suggest you eat wheat!
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.