Katz Gluten Free gives gluten-free community bread crumbs that taste and look like bread crumbs

Katz Gluten Free Bread Crumbs

Katz Gluten Free Bread Crumbs

Product: Katz Gluten Free Bread Crumbs – $4.09

Gluten-free bread crumbs suck.


Have you ever purchased a bag of them?  They’ll do in a pinch, but normally they don’t even resemble actual bread crumbs.  No joke.  The first time I ever purchased gluten-free bread crumbs, my heart sank when I opened the pouch.  Normally, gluten-free bread crumbs are these little yellow pellets of milled corn.  They work on certain dishes, but as a vegetarian…most of the time they just don’t work right on what I need them for.  They are usually thick and gritty and don’t stick very well to the food.

So, one day while surfing around one of my favorite gluten-free company Web sites, I discovered Katz Gluten Free Bread Crumbs.  I was skeptical at first…but from the picture on the site, it looked like these were actually super-fine breadcrumbs.  Like the kind people who aren’t gluten-free get.  I figured I could take a chance and put them on my next order.

I couldn’t have been happier when they arrived.  You know that Italian blend of bread crumbs you see at the grocery store…that is exactly what these looked like.  I was thrilled.  I couldn’t wait to try them out!

But, wait I did.  I think I might have been anticipating the perfect dish in which to use them on…but I stuck them in my pantry and they sat there for awhile.

And then the holidays rolled around.  My friend, Jenn, was hosting my roomie and I for New Years once more.  We have such a blast together on New Years and part of the fun is that Jenn and I create a menu and cook it up for a wonderful evening feast to welcome the new year.  This year…we decided on oven toasted gluten-free ravioli (Jenn is awesome in that she does gluten-free for me when I come into town).  They looked fantastic on Pinterest…so we pinned it to her New Year’s Menu board and got to planning.  I told her I actually had some gluten-free bread crumbs we could use for the recipe and that I would bring them with me for the occasion.

Finally…the moment I had been waiting for.  To see how Katz Gluten Free Bread Crumbs would fair against the gluten-free bread crumbs that had come before it.

New Year’s Eve arrived and, hungry after an afternoon at the movies (we saw The Hobbit), Jenn and I returned home and settled into baking mode (while Cathy sat at the table, read, and commented on how good it all smelled).  We got our gluten-free bread cooking first.  And while it was cooling, we settled into working on the Oven Toasted Ravioli.

She got out the gluten-free ravioli and I set into mixing up the breadcrumbs with a bit of cheese, per the recipe. What I loved at first site with these bread crumbs was how superfine they were.  They were the proper texture and looked like REAL bread crumbs.  I was already feeling good about this recipe.  I even tasted a pinch of them from the bag…and that won me over there.  This had to work…because these were the best gluten free bread crumbs out there.  I got them prepped.  Then…the rest was simple.  Cook ravioli, dip into egg/milk mixture.  Then…into the bread crumbs they went.

Miracle upon miracles…the breadcrumbs stuck to the ravioli.  They stuck SO sell.  I was so incredibly pleased with it.  I was seriously looking forward to this meal…and a lot of it was thanks to these gluten-free bread crumbs.  We gave each ravioli a spritz of cooking spray and into the oven they went to bake for about 12-15 minutes.

They came out of the oven looking just as good as they did when they went into it.  Seriously.  I was so highly impressed.  And ready to eat.  Jenn and I removed them from the pan and placed them in a bowl.  The bread crumbs remained in place and didn’t fall off the food as gluten-free bread crumbs from my past had been known to do.  Inset a happy squee and a little dance of joy here.  I placed the bowl of toasted gluten-free ravioli on the table…and soon we were sitting down to our New Year’s feast.

So…did they live up to the standard I built up in my head?


The bread crumbs toasted up to a beautiful golden color when in the oven.  They didn’t fall off the ravioli as they baked or when we lifted them from the pan.  Nor did they fall off when we all began digging into the bowl for some of the ravioli to dine on.  They remained where they should be…stuck to the gluten-free ravioli.

One bite…and I knew no other bread crumb will ever come close to this when it comes to the gluten-free varieties out there.  These were amazing.  Honestly.  If you put these down in front of someone who didn’t know they were gluten-free…they wouldn’t be able to tell.  I guarantee that much.  The superfine quality really makes all the difference.

Katz Gluten Free Bread Crumbs are made from a gluten-free flour that contains corn and potato.  From there, the ingredients include eggs, water, canola oil, sugar, baking powder, xanthan gum, yeast, and salt.  These are probably all remnants of the amazing gluten-free breads that Katz Gluten Free offers.  I’m okay with that…because if that means we get bread crumbs like this…I’m forever sold.

A serving of Katz Gluten Free Bread Crumbs is 2 ounces, which sets you back 140 calories and 6 grams of fat.  Each serving is low in sodium as well, which is important as my roomie’s family tends to have high blood pressure so we focus a lot on low sodium foods.

So…this gluten-free foodie gives Katz Gluten Free Bread Crumbs a stamp of approval.  They are the most amazing gluten free bread crumbs that have hit the gluten-free market.  I can promise you that.  I am so highly impressed with these.  I am already anticipating my next Katz Gluten Free order because these are definitely going on it.  I have a bunch of other recipes to try now that I found gluten-free bread crumbs that work, taste, and feel like real bread crumbs.

I once again sing only high praises for Katz Gluten Free.  They deserve it though…for putting out quality products that live up to the high standards that they set.

If you have been leaving bread crumbs out of your recipes (this was what I did prior to finding these after having no luck with the other gluten-free bread crumbs on the market), you no longer have to.  All thanks to Katz Gluten Free.

Katz Gluten-Free Bread Crumbs on Conte's Gluten-Free Cheese Ravioli (toasted in the oven)

Katz Gluten-Free Bread Crumbs on Conte’s Gluten-Free Cheese Ravioli (toasted in the oven)


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