Out of Ireland, BFree offers delicious bread products free from all major allergens.
“…so tasty, you won’t believe they’re not wheat.”
The wraps are quite good, compared to other wraps I have tried. They are soft, pliable and have good flavor. They are also thinner, which likely contributes to the flexibility. They are best when heated slightly in the microwave or in a pan/oven. Since they are thinner, they also burn faster when baking in the oven. Keep a watch on them. This is experience speaking.
They are shelf stable for about 3 months before opening. Refrigerate or freeze after opening.
BFree wraps come in 3 varieties:
- multigrain wrap
- sweet potato wrap
- quinoa and chia seed wrap with teff and flaxseeds
- wraps don’t crack like other gluten free wraps do
- only 100 calories per wrap (110 for quinoa/chia variety)
- no added sugar
- good source of fiber – 5-6 grams
- 13-16 net carbs
- I can’t think of any
- While the products are all non-gmo, I’m not sure whether they are organic. I think this may be important for the way the canola oil was processed, etc. I emailed the company, but haven’t yet received a response.
- While stores have started to carry BFree products, I haven’t seen the wraps in stores, only the bread. Available online through the Gluten Free Mall website and Amazon. What would we do without Amazon? What a great resource for all these new companies.
- Unfortunately, Amazon only sells in multi-packs which makes it pricey and you’re going to want to make sure you like it before you commit to so many wraps.
- Amazon can be way over priced.
BFree is now available at Walmart. It is also available at many other grocery stores and some smaller markets including, but not limited to:
- Stop and Shop
- Big Y
The also make bread, rolls, bagels and pitas.