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Glutino " Poptarts"
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Just had one of these. Pretty good!

http://www.glutino.com/our-products/snacks/bars/strawberry-toaster-pastry/

Disclaimer - Yes. I know they are not " good" for me. But I think we need some fun foods occasionally. Poptarts are big at my kid's HS. Nice for a kid to have the same junk the others have.

They are individually wrapped so great to take with your toaster Baggie to a sleep- over. Could serve to gluten eaters.

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Awesome! Got a $0.55 off coupon too.

The new product has eggs in it so it won't work for our household, but I'm so glad there is another replacement for most Celiacs. :D

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Awesome! Got a $0.55 off coupon too.

The new product has eggs in it so it won't work for our household, but I'm so glad there is another replacement for most Celiacs. :D

Can't please everyone! :D

I have no issues with anything other than gluten right now, so I didn't even look at that. There is a vegan gluten-free bakery here in KC that made a poptart type thing. So there is hope for your family.

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I'm not complaining. I bought stock in that company. Not complaining at all!

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I'm not complaining. I bought stock in that company. Not complaining at all!

I know. I'm just joking with you.

You bought stock in the company? Is it doing well?

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Yes. It has doubled $ since I bought it. I figured I would be a lifelong customer, so why not?

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Yes. It has doubled $ since I bought it. I figured I would be a lifelong customer, so why not?



I'm thinking you're a genius. ;) I'm thinking the gluten-free market has exploded and it's only going to get bigger.
Good for you. and now, I'm thinking I may break open my piggy bank and buy some myself.



and although I am not a pop tart fan myself, I did enjoy them once and a while as a kid (yes, they've been around since the civil war :P) and I think it's great that G F kiddos(like Karen)  can have them too. Smart company!!
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Oh, my! My husband will be a happy man now! ;) Nothing like a little junk to brighten up your day.

Thanks for the review.....now all they have to do is add the frosting. :D

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Looked for them today, didn't see them. May be worth ordering....

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(Not trying to quote today)

 

Irish, you are my Genius!  I wrote out the Anam Cara for my husband for Valentine's Day, it was very special to me.  What a great way to say I love you!

 

Keep watching the private owned start up companies in the gluten free market.  See how they are bought up or merged into each other?  (The admin "google" alert postings here on the forum help stay on top of the goings on.)  If you notice the package has changed, it might be because of a merger.

 

Go to your favorite products websites and read up on them on the "about us" section.  It is best if you can buy early.  If a well established company is buying their stock dips lower for the moment they put so much $ out for the purchase.  (I was not able to do anything when Annie's All Natural made the jump.  The initial offering was too rich for my blood and I think it was snatched up before "the little people" had a chance.

 

Please private message me if you notice any of our gluten free stuff up for sale!

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I take it you read my "gluten-free love story" on GD, then.  

 

ok, I've told the hubs I wanna be a Glutino shareholder. He's looking into it. Thanks for the tip  ;)

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Not a commercial pop tart fan here but they are fun to make!  :P

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Can't wait till Saturday-- going to WF. Hope they have some left!

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Oh. My.  that would be so, so bad for me....  must try. :rolleyes:  Find where ?  2 flavors.  Apple cinnamon and "strawberry."  ;)

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Takala, I believe right now the only store that has them is Whole Foods.

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Just at Nature's Pantry in Independence, MO and saw another type of pop tart.  These come in Strawberry, blueberry, & brown sugar cinnamon.  Did not buy them so I can't say how they are.

 

http://ecoheavenllc.com/Eco-Planet/Gluten_Free_Toaster_Pastries.html

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Oh, my #$%$$ $%&#@ $%&** THEY'RE FROSTED.

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Those don't have egg!!  We can give those a try.

 

Ohh noo!  I just read some of the customer reviews.  I don't think I am going to try them any time soon.  (eco-planet brand)  Can't have the Glutino ones because of the egg ingredient.

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Where did you find reviews for The Eco-planet toaster pastries? I think I'm internet

challenged! :D

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found them for sale on amazon.  there is a star rating system.  they got 1 star and maybe 1/4.  next to that there is reviewed by # of people. small print in paratheses (read reviews) ~ look for the forum quote size print! LOL

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Oh when I search Amazon it only comes up with the hot cereal. Ain't that odd? :rolleyes:

Stupid websites!

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Oh it comes up if you google it it's not currently being sold on Amazon so it didnt come up

with an amazon search.

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