WIN-It-Wednesday: All But Gluten Breads & Baked Goods

This Win-It-Wednesday sponsor on is a new bread and bakery company… All But Gluten. And before you go thinking, “Who needs another gluten-free bread company?” Stop right there!

This new brand of bakery product is different than all the rest because you can find it in the fresh bakery section of your supermarket. Yup. You heard it right. No more taking the trek to the frozen foods department (aka: The Land of the Frozen Solid Gluten-Free Bread). Now you can just head to the fresh bakery section to find your great tasting gluten-free breads and baked goods.

All But Gluten makes all of our favorite breads and baked goods too… savory items like focaccias, pizza shells, breads and sweet treats like brownies and macaroons.  All But Gluten is sure to rekindle our love of baked goods.

And the folks over at All But Gluten have taken strict steps to make sure that all their gluten-free baked goods are gluten-free. They are made in a dedicated gluten-free facility in Canada, meet Health Canada’s gluten-free regulations and are certified by the Canadian Celiac Association’s respected Gluten-Free Certification Program. Plus, all of the All But Gluten items are dairy free too.

And as an added bonus these yummy products are nutritious too. All of them are a source of fiber and enriched with vitamins and minerals.

All of these fabulous tasty, nutritious (and non-frozen!) reasons are why I am so excited that this Win-It-Wednesday is sponsored by All But Gluten Breads & Baked Goods. Four (yes 4!) lucky BeFreeForMe members will be the winner of a delicious prize pack of All But Gluten products. Two winner will be randomly selected from all comments / entries received before Tuesday, June 18, 2013 at 11:59 PM (EST), and a second winner will be selected from all comments / entries received between Wednesday, June 19, 2013 at 12:00 AM (EST) and Tuesday, June 25, 2013 at 11:59 PM (EST).

How can you win?

Reply to this blog and tell us what All But Gluten product looks best to you. Good luck, let All But Gluten rekindle your love of baked goods and, as always…

Be Free!

P.S. Want to be the first to know about All But Gluten news and offers? Check out their Facebook and Pinterest accounts!

Note: Be on the look-out for the All But Gluten items in the States soon! In Canada, All But Gluten products can be found in the following stores!

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66 Responses to “WIN-It-Wednesday: All But Gluten Breads & Baked Goods”

  1. Cathy R Says:

    I can’t decide between the pizza shell or the raisin loaf!

  2. Larc Bogdan Says:

    Pizza shells look great! And fresh bread, yum!!!

  3. Jaclyn Horne Says:

    I am excited about this new brand! Foccacia bread sounds so good, not use to having options like these anymore!

  4. Elizabeth Says:

    too much to choose from it all looks yummy but if I have to choose I would want to win All But Gluten™ Rosemary Focaccia. yummy yummy.

  5. Ein Channing Says:

    The fresh Bread looks like it would be my fav to start with only because i like to taste things first and then decide! lol Like most people. I live in the states so it appears i will be waiting patiently for this fresh bread option!!

  6. Sue Says:

    I have to narrow it down!!! I sure hope this product is on its way to Kansas!!! I would love to try the pizza shell so I can grill it with my family’s pizza I make for them!!!

  7. Jess Says:

    Cinnamon raisin loaf!

  8. Katie Eisenhour Says:

    AOL if their products look amazing but I would love to try the bread since I haven’t really found one that I love yet. I love focaccia bead though and we do a pizza night every other Friday night in our house so the crusts look good.

  9. dee lindeman Says:

    love Udi’s and would love to try All but Gluten

  10. Cilyn Says:

    I look forward to eating the Whole Grain Loaf – finally having a sandwich that doesn’t crumble when I bite into it.

  11. Kathleen Says:

    Wow 6 grams of fiber and protein in gluten free bread! The rosemary focaccia and mini brownies sound great! Thank you for the giveaway!

  12. Susan Manole Says:

    My daughter would love, love, love to be able to to make a sandwich for school on the All But Gluten White Bread.

  13. cindy w. Says:

    The focaccia sounds wonderful. Thanks for the giveaway.

  14. Terri P Says:

    The onion focaccia bread would make wonderful sandwiches. I used to buy a wonderful onion roll- sure miss those. Pleases bring this product to the US-could use it in Wisconsin!!

  15. Kim Pennington Says:

    It all sounds great- just to be able to buy it fresh off the shelf instead of frozen would be so wonderful!!

  16. Cara Says:

    The All But Glute Roasted Onion Focaccia looks awesome!

  17. patricia J Says:

    Oh, the fresh bread for sure! !

  18. Marilyn Says:

    The foccacia bread sounds excellent. I haven’t thought about that for a long time.

  19. theresa gates Says:

    Basic bread looks best to me. I am always looking for bread that I can enjoy.

  20. Deanna Walls Says:

    focaccia bread for celiacs? Bring it on!!

  21. Patty Says:

    I look forward to the sandwich bread and pizza crust. They look great!

  22. Melissa Says:

    The foccacia, macaroons, and pizza crust sound awesome!

  23. Venessa Says:

    I would love to try all of these products, but the focaccia sounds the best to me. Thank you for this giveaway!

  24. Eileen Says:

    The focaccia bread sound good to me.

  25. Margoka Says:

    I’m excited to try macaroons.

  26. Belinda Says:

    The focaccia bread – both the onion and rosemary sound delicious. I have been searching for a good, non gooey or crumbly focaccia bread since going gf.

  27. Rhonda Says:

    I would love to try any of the Foccacia breads. 🙂

  28. Lisa Says:

    I would really love to try the bread!

  29. TXEdie Says:

    A vitamin and mineral enriched gluten-free bread is a welcome entry to the marketplace. Those of us with Celiac desease have been eagerly awaiting a bread that is nutritious as well as tasty. I look forward to trying any and all of these breads!

  30. laura Says:

    The rosemary focaccia sounds so good!

  31. Katheryn Says:

    I would love to see any of these products in my Western Kentucky area grocery stores! We like some of the frozen options but sometimes they seem freezer burned and you cant just make a quick pb and j. So I would love to win sandwich bread!

  32. Kristina Cannon Says:

    This is a great offer! Just discovered my 7 year old daughter has a wheat intolerance which causes schitzoeffective brain disorder- wow! Since her mind is clear now, she’s always asking me to get her gluten free stuff she can eat! She loves sandwiches and brownies, so that’s perfect to try!

  33. Neda Says:

    Wow, great! I have never heard of or tried these! Would be happy to see how the macaroons taste?!

  34. Debi Says:

    They all look yummy but to be safe good to start with a multigrain loaf to taste, then try the other products when able. I am in the states so it will be awhile before I get them in my stores I am sure.

  35. Deb Gowlland Says:

    Macaroons sound delicious! The foccacia bread would be great too!

  36. Mary Cowin Says:

    The pizza crust is something I would enjoy trying.

  37. Trisha Says:

    Would love to try the foccacia bread! I miss the freshness of normal bread texture.

  38. Jessica Says:

    I would so love to have a really good pizza. Anxious to try this.

  39. Cheryl Says:

    The Roasted Onion Focaccia looks amazing. I bet it would be wonderful topped with kalamata olives, shredded pancetta and crumbled feta cheese. Yum!

  40. julie Says:

    the whole grain loaf sounds good.

  41. Kristen Says:

    They all look great! I would like to try all of them, but my son would really love to try the brownies!

  42. Kate Says:

    We LOVE their raisin bread (if fact I just ate it for breakfast)…the brownies are just like the two bite brownies I used to like, but I would love to try the foccacia bread.

  43. Kathy Bunn Says:

    I can’t wait to try the bread itself…..hoping its soft and chewy and will make a great turkey and swiss sammie 🙂

  44. dee l. Says:

    raisin bread or any focaccia bread…yummy

  45. Neda Says:

    Cute, I’ll go for focaccias, never tried it before!

  46. Gail Says:

    That cinnamon raisin bread looks mighty good to me!

  47. patricia J Says:

    Any bread is good with me. The focaccia sounds yummy too.

  48. julie Says:

    the focaccia bread sounds good too!

  49. Susan M Says:

    The Cinnamon Raisin loaf looks like something I would love to try.

  50. cindy w. Says:

    The macaroons sound wonderful.

  51. Terri P Says:

    They all sound good. Any thing fresh would be better than the frozen stuff.

  52. Michelle Says:

    I bet that the onion focaccia would make incredible sandwiches!!

  53. Kristen Says:

    I would love to try the pizza shells!

  54. Kara S. Says:

    Mmm. Those all look good. I would try the rosemary focaccia first! Yum:-)

  55. Emilia Says:

    I think the rosemary focacia looks really good. I love rosemary!

  56. Neda Says:

    I love to see how are the Focaccias & Macaroons! The lucky winner, have for me too! 🙂

  57. Kristen Says:

    My son and I would love to try the pizza shells!

  58. Lacey Says:

    I can’t wait to try the cinnamon raisin loaf!

  59. Christina Says:

    MMMMMM. I would love some Rosemary Focaccia.

  60. Bobbie Says:

    Focaccia sounds yummy.

  61. Eileen Says:

    The macaroons sound good.

  62. Venessa Says:

    2nd entry 🙂

  63. cassie Says:

    Either the cinnamon raisin bread. Or focaccia bread.

  64. Heather Says:

    I would love to try the pizza shells!

  65. Erin Lane Says:

    Roasted onion loaf!! Yeah Yeah Yeah!!

  66. Molly Says:

    The pizza shells look best to me.

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