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Schar Gluten Free Cheese Bits
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My daughter, who isn't gluten free and loves Goldfish snacks, thought that these didn't taste cheesy enough. I enjoyed them and thought that their flavor and subtle cheesiness was very enjoyable.

Submitted on Mar 07, 2013

Pure Pantry Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies
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Pure Pantry's Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies are good, but I would say that they don't have enough chocolate chip flavor. They have tiny chocolate chips. It's probably because they are dairy free chocolate chips, which don't get gooey like dairy chocolate chips. But, the cookies were soft and didn't fall apart like other gluten free cookies sometimes do. Next time I make them, I'll add some extra chocolate chips.

Submitted on Jan 29, 2013

Betty Crocker Gluten Free Cake Mixes
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I love Betty - Betty Crocker that is! General Mills was the first big food company to put Betty Crocker Gluten Free Cake Mi

Submitted on Jul 18, 2012

Trader Joe's Dark Chocolate Tahitian Vanilla Caramels
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Trader Joe's Dark Chocolate Tahitian Vanilla Caramels are made without any gluten ingredients. The label reads that they are "Creamy Vanilla Caramels Covered with Premium Dark Chocolate." They taste a lot like a high-end version of Hershey's Milk Duds. These are delicious and come highly

Submitted on Feb 15, 2013

Gluten Free Dutch Country Soft Pretzels
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My son has seen his sister eating big (gluten) soft pretzels and has really wanted to try them. So, I found these Dutch Country Soft Pretzels at my local gluten free bakery, Gloriously Gluten Free. They come frozen and you bake them for a few minutes until they are warm. They were pretty good, but when compared to the gluten free version that my daughter was eating, there is a big difference. They are less soft and more crunch on the outside.

Submitted on Mar 19, 2013

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