I would highly recommend them. A great alternativ
I would highly recommend them. A great alternative to a plain gluten free bread sandwich.
Don’t buy :)
Horrible taste . I bought because in the whole thing there’s 285 ish calories . Couldn’t even stand to eat halth ended up throwing most of it away and took 2-3 bites. Tasted horrible. Crumbs were like rocks don’t recommend. Not worth the carbs in the slightest will be sticking to my brown bread from now on
Not as good as the schar gluten free baguettes but
Not as good as the schar gluten free baguettes but OK. Just wish they were a little bit thicker as they are too slim to fill.
Not very pleasant at all. Funny sticky texture once cooked.
Great for garlic bread
Pretty good for making garlic bread now Tesco have stopped making them. Pity so often out of stock though.
These are fantastic slightly baked as per instruct
These are fantastic slightly baked as per instructions. My allergic child and the rest of the family all love them.
Not as nice as the brown Bfree ones
These taste like cardboard to me. The brown seeded baguettes from B-Free are lovely, they are the nearest thing to proper bread. However, most of the time shops just stock the white ones. Please supply the brown seeded ones Tesco.
Been a celiac for 15 years now. These baguettes a
Been a celiac for 15 years now. These baguettes are wonderful. In fact, all of the BFree products are excellent.
Thick crisp crust, fluffy centre.
French bread is the one thing I miss the most as a coeliac. This comes a very close second. Fresh from the oven, the crust was thick and crisp and the insides fluffy. I ate mine plain to accompany soup. Next time it will be to make garlic bread with real butter and fresh garlic. Only 4 stars because the crust is smooth, whereas the crust on its wheat counterpart is much coarser.
Best Gluten Free Bread
No gluten free bread is good, but these baguettes are lovely warm from the oven for a sub style sandwhich.