Sunday, September 18, 2011

Van's Natural Foods Review

If you are on a Gluten Free diet or a regular to the term then you probably know Van's Natural foods.  They are really known for their frozen waffles and muffins. Van's also sell  French Toast sticks and Pancakes.

They are one of the first Gluten free products I ever tried.   Their waffles are amazingly not what you expect when you hear gluten free.  They are very tasty and we loved them. .  We really wanted to try the muffins but no one sales them in our areas. :(

We tried Van’s Organic Blueberry waffles.  They where extremely good especially with hot maple syrup and boy are they healthy!  Great source of whole Grains and Fiber and a bonus!  You also get protein to help you feel full.  

A lil tidbit quoted from their site "

Van's History

You may not know it, but Van’s has been cooking up tasty, good-for-you waffles for almost a half century. It all started back in the 1970s when the Van Dam family opened a swinging waffle joint in Southern California. By the late 1980s, our groovy little beachside favorite had outgrown itself, and the Van Dam family decided it was time to bring their creations to a whole new group of customers—right in their local grocery stores.

Since then, Van’s has evolved from a single waffle restaurant to one of the country’s most beloved frozen waffle and breakfast companies—but our philosophy hasn’t changed a bit. We’re a company that cares about what its customers eat. We value artisanal quality, cooking our products in small, minimally processed batches with always-fresh ingredients. And, since we want everyone to be able to enjoy our waffles, we offer wheat/gluten free waffles along with organic, mini and our signature 8 Whole Grain varieties.
The original Van’s restaurant may no longer be dishing out waffles on the beach, but we still pack the same sunny Southern California spirit of the Van Dam family into every waffle—and we’re doing it with your well-being in mind. Our only hope is that you’ll enjoy Van’s foods as much as we enjoy creating them."

Van's are extremely convenient and easily popped into the Microwave or Toaster!  They are as quick as the mainstream brands and just as tasty but now you can have a quick and healthy Breakfast!

I received free products in exchange for an honest review.  No monetary compensation was received for this review.

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