I received an email last week from Rudi’s Gluten-Free Bakery asking me if I would like to sample their new tortillas. I of course said yes and two days later the Spinach, Plain and Fiesta Tortillas showed up on my doorstep. I was very intrigued by the spinach flavor and immediately opened up the package and tasted it. It was awesome and right then I knew I was going to make a breakfast burrito in the morning.
I wanted to highlight some of the major ingredients that I saw in all three flavors in case you have multiple food allergies. The tortillas contain whole grain flours (sorghum, brown rice, corn, amaranth, quinoa, xanthan gum and are produced in a facility that also uses soy.
The next morning I decided to whip up a Denver style omelet and I used the spinach flavor tortilla. I heated up the tortilla on a pan for a few minutes and it was fantastic. The tortilla was soft, didn’t crack or fall apart and had a nice spinach flavor. I was extremely impressed with the texture and their tortillas make for a great breakfast burrito.
I will admit I was looking forward to also tasting the fiesta flavor tortilla as I enjoy spice and a little kick but it really didn’t have either. It was tasty but when I think of fiesta I would’ve expected more of a kick to it. The plain flavored tortilla was just that but I enjoyed them because I didn’t really expect any flavor. I added maui onions, tomatoes, green onions, manchego cheese and spices to the chicken and steak which made a great fajita. Again, the tortillas didn’t crack or fail apart which is a major plus. Thanks Rudi’s, I’m impressed with your tortillas and I would highly recommend that others try them.
On a side note, when I receive products in the mail I enjoy sharing them with friends that are not gluten-free to get an idea of their thoughts. They both gave them the thumbs up for taste and texture too.
Head on over to Rudi’s Gluten-Free Bakery’s Facebook Page for their “What’s Under Wraps” Giveaway. Contest ends at the end of the month and they’re giving away some great prizes.
Rudi’s Gluten-free Bakery provided me with these free gluten free products and I was under no obligation to review them. I wasn’t under any obligation to write a positive review and I was not compensated to provide a testimonial of their products.