Gluten free products are hit and miss for tasre and texture and living in a small town makes finding good gluten free products even harder.
Hodgson Mills Muffins: I tried the apple cinnamon version. They have a good texture and are pretty goid, but denser than non-gf brands. I did add extra cinnamon to my muffins.
Glutino White Bread: good, but better toasted. In fact, toasted I couldnt tell it was any different from non-gf bread.
Schar White Bread, Hamburger buns, and Hot Dogs: Really good bread. Hot dog and hamburger buns are some of the best gluten free options I have found.
Zena's Gluten Free Chocolate Chip cookies: I did not like these at all. The texture is good, but they have an odd aftertaste.
Enjoylife Sunbutter Chewy Crunch bars: terrible texture and flavor. I couldnt even choke down a second bite.
King Arthur Muffin Mix: I added blueberries. I think these would have been great, but I used too many berries and I think it threw the texture off. I bought anotger box and I expect my 2nd attempt will have better results.
Glutino Table Crackers: amazing substitute for saltines! Love these crackers!