Food for Life Gluten-Free Sprouted for Life Breads Review

Food for Life Gluten-Free Sprouted for Life Breads

Food for Life™ Gluten-Free Sprouted for Life™ Breads Review

Have you ever had any of Food for Life’s products? I absolutely love their gluten-free Brown Rice English Muffins. When they contacted me about trying out their new line of Gluten-Free Sprouted for Life breads, I was ecstatic. Their Sprouted for Life bread line is available in four varieties; Original 3 Seed, Flax, Almond and Cinnamon Raisin.

The Sprouted for Life breads are the first of their kind in the gluten-free market made from incredibly nutritious superseeds and grains like sprouted Quinoa, Millet and Chia. Food for Life didn’t follow the path of other gluten-free breads and replace the nutrients with alternative ingredients to mimic “gluten” in their bread. They spent countless hours in research and development to bring a bread to market that has your health in mind. The Sprouted for Life line uses sprouted ingredients to maximize nutrition and digestibility.

I have tried each of the new breads and gave a detailed review of each below. I found that each loaf of bread delivered on consistency with density (no holes), no falling apart out of the package and  size. The four varieties offer four distinct flavors for a variety of spreads, whether it’s a piece of Cinnamon Raisin toast with breakfast or a turkey swiss on toasted Original 3 Seed. What else is great about the new gluten-free Sprouted for Life breads? They are all vegan! No eggs are used to make any of the breads.

Sprouted for Life Gluten-Free Bread: Flax

Food for Life Gluten-Free Sprouted for Life Bread: Flax

The Flax bread has a strong flax flavor and you can actually see the flax seeds in the bread. The bread just by itself is a little dry, but holds together and has a nice familiar soft chewy texture. It did have a subtle after taste of flax, but nothing that would ruin your meal. I definitely preferred the bread toasted. I smeared a bit of butter on it and it had a wonderful toasted flax seed taste. I think it would be perfect (toasted) for any kind of sandwich or a smear of jam, jelly, any nut butter or even cream cheese.

Food for Life Gluten-Free Sprouted for Life Bread: Flax

 

Sprouted for Life Gluten-Free Bread: Original 3 Seed

Food for Life Gluten-Free Sprouted for Life Bread: Original 3 Seed

The Original 3 Seed bread is my favorite out of the four. Like with the Flax bread, I prefer the Original 3 Seed toasted. This bread has a lovely seed taste without any one thing overpowering the other and no after taste. It has a nice delicious balanced taste and a great all around bread.

Food for Life Gluten-Free Sprouted for Life Bread: Original 3 Seed

 

Sprouted for Life Gluten-Free Bread: Almond

Food for Life Gluten-Free Sprouted for Life Bread: Almond

The Almond bread has a different flavor and texture than the Flax and Original 3 Seed. Before toasting, the bread has a subtle, but definite almond flavor. Once toasted, the bread has a lighter almond taste. It’s a nice all around bread too, with no after taste and would go with anything.

Food for Life Gluten-Free Sprouted for Life Bread: Almond

 

Sprouted for Life Gluten-Free Bread: Cinnamon Raisin

Food for Life Gluten-Free Sprouted for Life Bread: Cinnamon Raisin

Look at all those raisins! This Cinnamon Raisin bread is packed with juicy raisins. As it was toasting, the smell was simply heavenly as baked cinnamon filled the air. This is a well balance cinnamon raisin bread. I really enjoyed the main cinnamon and raisin taste, but was impressed that I could still notice the sprouted ingredients included in the bread. There’s no after taste with bread either, didn’t fall apart and produced the normal amount crumbs any toast would make.

Food for Life Gluten-Free Sprouted for Life Bread: Cinnamon Raisin

 

*Disclaimer: I was not paid by Food for Life for this review. I only received free product to give my honest opinion on what my thoughts were on their new product. 

2 Comments

  1. Thank you for your input. However you didn’t elaborate on the moisture level. Is their breads similar to the moisture of their Ezekiel breads?
    Thank you

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