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Guhlia

The New Kinnikinnick Waffles

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For those of you who haven't tried the new Kinnikinnick waffles, I urge you to give them a shot. They're gluten, casein, soy, yeast, nut, and potato free and they are delicious! These are probably some of the best waffles I've ever had, pre-dx included. Enjoy!

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Thanks for the info! I was just on their website and saw them and hesitated to order them, now I will from your testimonial, I am ready for a WOW waffle experience. I just ordered 6 bags of various flavors of their donuts, can you tell I'm in a comfort food/sugar mood? I'm counting the days til they arrive! I also ordered their cinnamon buns which I have never had, hope they are as good as the donuts are. The donuts are my major splurge, they feel so indulgent for gluten-free food.

Melie

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The cinnamon buns are AMAZING!!! I serve them warmed and my family just loves them.

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A tip for the cinnamon buns--when I could still have dairy, I took the brown sugar/cinnamon Philly cream cheese flavor and put that on top after I warmed up the bun--oh my goodness. So good! As close to a Cinnabon as I'll ever have again!

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I order online at www.kinnikinnick.com. It's $10 flat rate shipping no matter how much you buy. I generally stock up on bread, donuts, bagels, and flour when I order. Their flour is by far the best that I've tried.

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Ingredients - Water, Tapioca Starch, Pea Starch, White Rice Flour, sunflower and/or Canola Oil, Sugar, Brown Sugar, Whole Egg Powder, Inulin, Sodium Bicarbonate, Cellulose, Pea Protein, Monocalcium Phosphate, pea Fibre, Sodium acid Pyrophosphoate, Cream of Tartar, Salt, Monoglycerides, Fructose, Natural Flavor (from rice), Xanthan gum

Yes, it looks like they contain egg. Sorry.

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Thanks Angie!

If you want to wait, I order from Kinnikinnick once every other month or so. I don't spend the full $200 usually which is what the maximum for the $10 shipping is. If you want to wait I'll order you stuff on my next order and you can just pay me when you pick it up. Might as well since we live so close together.

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Yep--mine are always defrosted when I get them, and I eat them *all* the time (too much!), and they're fine.

Enjoy!

Would you re-freeze them after being defrosted for those 3 days in transit?

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Thanks for the tip! I eat Van's which are good, but I've got to try K's!

You know, I'd love to tour their plant and find out how they can make gluten-free foods taste as good as food with gluten! I love their donuts and the K-Toos. I keep hearing wonderful things about their bread, flours, etc. I wish I'd live near you guys in PA - I'd go in with you on the orders ;) !

Laura

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Yes, I just refreeze them as soon as I get them. I will say, though, that once I took them on a plane trip with me, defrosted for a few days, and they were fine. I think they're supposed to be frozen simply because they don't have any preservatives and can mold easily--there's really nothing in them to make them go "bad" if they're not frozen.

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