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Energy Tapioca Dinner Rolls

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I just wanted to pop in here and say I could not live without these!!! I first had them when they were served to me at a restraunt in Disney World. I had the waitress double check to make sure they were gluten free because they were that good! Now since I got home, I have been ordering them off A.M.A.Z.O.N. where they ship free. I will have to admit, I can't get them to taste nearly as good as Disney did though. As dinner rolls, they seem to come out a bit dry for me. BUT....I use them for EVERYTHING else. Personally, I think they don't even compare to other gluten free bread products. I really am not a fan of any of the other energy bread products, but I love LOVE LOVE these! I keep them in the freezer as I hear they tend to mold fast. 15 Secs in the microwave and then pop it into the toaster. I use them for grilled cheese sandwhiches, toast, and with cream cheese on top. I even use them to make sandwiches for my non gluten free friends, and they all love them. If you decided to try them, I highly recommend toasting them first. They taste SO much better.

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I absolutely agree. I love these so much. I like to nuke them and put honey on them. The first time I tried one was at our store and I cried. I sell them now and whenever someone comes in to look at the foods I sell I make sure and tell them how great these are.MMMMMMMMMMMMMMM

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We had ours at Disney too.... Love them but not a big fan of their other stuff.....

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Are these the ones that appear multrigrain or did I totally get screwed at Disney. I ordered a cheesesteak and I couldn't even choke it down cuz of the bread. Please tell me they changed their bread and you're talking abuot something new!!!

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I haven't seen them, I have the bread (white) here in my fridge, now I wanna try them!

I haven't had a dinner roll in... uh, months ;)B)

thanks puglover

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I haven't seen them, I have the bread (white) here in my fridge, now I wanna try them!

I haven't had a dinner roll in... uh, months ;)B)

thanks puglover

I have literally eaten six packages in just over a month! I think they are sooooo much better than ANY bread product I have found. Im using them to make little sandwiches and stuff. I just toast them first.

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So funny! I just got introduced to these at Disney World as well! And oh my GOD!!!!! They are so delicious!!! I totally welled up when I first tasted them and then proceeded to eat at least 2 at every meal! :) Our chef at breakfast gave me a great recipe I thought I'd share.... She had me make a cut on the bias and pipe gluten-free apple pie filling into it. Fry it quickly and then roll it in powdered sugar or cinnamon and sugar. Voila! You have an AMAZING jelly-filled donut!!!

Hope you enjoy as much as me!!! ( And, yes, I do hit the treadmill after every roll or I'd be a roll myself at this point!)

Jennifer

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