Three Bakers Gluten-Free Bread

By | Apr 15, 2016

When was the last time you had rye bread? Multi-grain? Did you ever think you would be able to eat bread made with ancient grains? You can again with Three Bakers Gluten-Free Bread.

We’ve been snacking on this bread at the Beyond Celiac office for about a month. Some of the people in the office have celiac disease and others don’t. Regardless of gluten-free diet status, we all love Three Bakers.

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Check out how fluffy the 7 Ancient Grains bread is!
(Photo via Three Bakers)

Three Bakers comes in a bunch of gluten-free varieties:

  • 7 Ancient Grains
  • Great Seed
  • MaxOmega
  • White
  • Rye Style
  • Cinnamon Raisin

You pretty much have your pick of styles with Three Bakers. I tried the 7 Ancient Grains, White and Rye Style Breads. I saw a bag of Cinnamon Raisin in the freezer, but it was gone before I had a chance to taste it (obviously a sign of a truly tasty product).

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Get the recipe for this Grilled Ham, Apple & Raisin Bread Sandwich at

My favorite was the 7 Ancient Grains. When toasted, it had this crunchy, wholesome taste to it. Jennifer North, Beyond Celiac Vice President, agreed that this variety was a top choice. She spread peanut butter on two slices of the 7 Ancient Grains and told me she loved how fulfilling it was. Sure, the protein made it a snack that knocked the edge off her hunger and it was filling. But, what she loved was the crunchiness of the peanut butter mixed with the crunchy, earthy texture of the bread; it was just what she wanted.

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Peanut Butter and Jelly on Three Bakers Bread
(Photo via Three Bakers)

The white and rye breads were reminiscent of traditional gluten-containing bread. I think the white will be especially great for kids who bring their lunches to school, but worry about seeming different than their friends. Their gluten-free sandwich will look just the same as their peers’ lunches.

Three Bakers gluten-free breads should be kept frozen, but I don’t think this impacts taste or texture. This bread toasts so well, you really won’t even know it was ever frozen.

Have you ever tried Three Bakers? Tell us what you think of it in the comments – we’d love to hear from you! If you’ve never given it a try, check out the Three Bakers website to learn more and find where you can buy the products. You’ll be glad you did!

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