At the Allergy and Free From Show in July, I was invited to a Bloggers Meet at the Show, where I got to meet some gluten free brands. One of these brands was Promise Bakery from Ireland. I had previously tried their Brioche Chocolate Chip Buns and Brioche Loaf and loved them both! Promise gave me 6 products to try (all gluten free of course) and I have reviewed them below.
Seeded Wholegrain Sandwich Rolls
These Promise Seeded Wholegrain sandwich rolls are great to have with a sausage from a BBQ or as a sandwich for lunch. The seeds on top of the rolls add some great flavour. I really enjoyed these.
Supersoft White Sandwich Rolls
The Promise Supersoft White Sandwiches rolls are really soft and fresh. I don’t often pick a white roll (or bread) as I try to go with brown or wholemeal. I made my roll with tuna mayonnaise and lettuce, it was delicious.
Super Seeded Loaf
The super seeded loaf is great to make sandwiches with – it is very flavoursome and the seeds give it that extra crunch. I like to have mine as an open sandwich (as this means more filling) with cream cheese and smoked salmon.
I love the Promise Chia Loaf – I use it for toast and sandwiches. I do feel that because the loaf has chia seeds in, it keeps me fuller for longer (this could just be me though). The chia seeds add a nice flavour to the bread and makes it stand out from other brands.
I have used the Promise Brioche Loaf for breakfast; for my traditional peanut butter and Nutella toast and also pictured below bacon and maple syrup. It’s such a great weekend treat and yummy as a sweet bread alternative.
Brioche Chocolate Chip Rolls
I think a lot of you would have tried these gluten free chocolate chip brioche rolls from Promise. They are amazing!! I heat them up in the microwave for 30 seconds and the chocolate melts. I honestly ate all four in about 20 mins once. If you haven’t tried them I would recommend you going out and buying a pack (or two….).
I have tried all products. Very satisfied customer. Only product I look for bakery section.
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They are good aren’t. Great quality 😀
Not enough promise bread on shelves job to get
cannot find Promise bread in stores
Costco doesn’t carry this brand any longer. This is by far the best gluten free bread. Where can I but it?
You can find it in Sainsbury’s