These Trader Joe’s gluten free bagels have a surprisingly good taste and texture to them. They now come in a bunch of different flavors depending on the time of year, but these plain ones have been around the longest. They’re priced at $4.49 for a four pack. I know that some gluten free bread and bagels can taste a little bit like sandpaper, but these do have somewhat of a chewy texture to them. I haven’t eaten a ton of gluten free products but I wouldn’t complain if these were the only bagels I could have. They definitely don’t make you think you’re having a legit kettle boiled regular bagel, but they get the job done for all the gluten free folks out there………….
- 260 calories per serving
- Net Weight: 14 oz
- Sold in several flavors including white, everything bagel and pumpkin spice
- Made from a blend of brown rice flour, sorghum flour, tapioca starch, and potato starch
Gluten Free Bagels at Trader Joe’s
I know that a lot of people that eat gluten free are always in search of new and delicious products. I think this line of Trader Joe’s gluten free bagels is a pretty nice addition to their gluten free breads they have. A few of my gluten free friends always say that most Trader Joe’s gf products are a good value and never taste awful. With all the gluten free pastas, breads and bagels now available at TJs, you can pretty much eat any baked good you crave without having to worry about gluten. What are everyone’s favorite Trader Joe’s gluten free products? I haven’t seen too many in the frozen section, but I’m curious to know if there are any go to frozen gluten free products that people love……
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I now buy two packages of TJ’s Brazilian Cheese Bread (frozen) on every TJ’s trip.
They’re small round rolls, like a dinner roll. About 7 minutes in a 350 oven bakes them (and makes the kitchen smell good).
They have none of the gritty texture of so many GF breads, I think because they’re made of tapioca flour and Parmesan, and not rice flour. They’re not too salty, either, which I thought they might be.
Although they’re small, they make a dandy teensy sandwich (slider size).
I’ve also found that their GF English Muffins are a pretty good texture when toasted. Also, if you slice them across into three slices instead of two, they’re even better.
So now I have a couple of acceptable bread-like items again, thanks to Trader Joe’s! I’ll be trying the bagels next trip.