Saturday, March 7, 2015

[Product Review] Orgran Gluten Free Garlic & Herb Croutons

Brand - Orgran
Product Name - Gluten Free Croutons
Size - 80g
Flavours Available - Garlic & Herb, Sea Salt
Free From - Egg, Dairy, Soy, Gluten, Wheat, Yeast
Stocked - Coles/Health Food Aisle
Price - $3.65

Orgran is an Australian brand I've come to love since going vegan as 90 out of 98 of their products are vegan. They're a brand I know and trust for making quality products which is why I've reviewed them before on the blog. 

A few weeks ago I introduced you all to Orgran's Gluten Free Multigrain Chia Crackers. And, today, I am sharing my thoughts on their Garlic & Herb Croutons - another product I won from a past Facebook competition. 

 Croutons are food item that you generally use on a regular basis, which is something Orgran have taken into account with their packaging design. The four suggested serves are sealed in their own individual bags, so you can avoid a whole package going to waste. 

Personally, I find that the serving size could easily satisfy two people, so you're really getting 8 serves out of the box. 

Croutons are croutons, so there's no secret or special way to use them. Top a soup with them, or toss them through a salad for that extra crunchy element. 

There's no doubting the flavour of these croutons as the smell wafts up your nose, in a delightful way. The mix of herbs, including rosemary, paprika, onion and parsley, plus the garlic mean these tiny, crunchy, gluten free bites are sure to add a punch of flavour to any dish they're paired with. 

Orgran's croutons have half the fat and almost a third of the sodium of other brands. Healthier, tastier and gluten free - even if you're not a celiac or gluten sensitive, these croutons are that good, you'll never purchase another brand ever again. 

Would I repurchase Orgran Garlic & Herb Croutons? Yes. 

Top Tip:

Much of the Orgran product range is not available at Coles, so head to the Aussie Health Products website where they stock 89 of 98 Orgran products. 

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