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Franz Family Bakeries has teamed up with Tillamook to create a new line of bagels called New York Bagel Boys, in flavors like Pizza, Tillamook Cheese (YUM) and French Toast.  As with everything in the Franz line, they are great quality and fresh.  And who in the world wouldn’t love a giant bagel with melted Tillamook cheese on top?  I’m not sure I want to be their friend.

Franz asked a group of very small and adorable “bagel experts” what they thought of this new line of bagels, check out their super informative response here.  Plus, if you leave a comment on the video Facebook post, you will automatically be entered to win a Franz New York Bagel Boys gift box!  Open to residents of Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Utah, Wyoming and Northern California and you must be 18 to enter.

Franz Family Bakeries is a family-owned company that has been operating in the Northwest since 1906.  The majority of their ingredients are sourced in the Northwest and they have seven different bakeries strategically placed around the areas that they serve to guarantee the freshest product possible.

You can find more information on the Franz site about the company, store locations and recipes.

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Franz Family Bakeries is a family-owned company that has been operating in the Northwest since 1906.  The majority of their ingredients are sourced in the Northwest and they have seven different bakeries strategically placed around the areas that they serve to guarantee the freshest product possible.  Franz products are only available in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Utah, Wyoming and Northern California.

Right now, you can head over to the Franz Bakery site and print a coupon for $1 off the purchase of Franz organic breads.  I have seen these breads at several different major grocery stores, including Fred Meyer, Yoke’s and Albertsons. These products are all GMO-free and some varieties are vegan as well.

You can find more information on the Franz site about the company, store locations and recipes.

This post is sponsored by Franz.

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I have been selected to review a fabulous line of new gluten-free products from Franz Family Bakeries.  Franz is a family-owned company that has been operating in the Northwest since 1906.  The majority of their ingredients are sourced in the Northwest and they have seven different bakeries strategically placed around the areas that they serve to guarantee the freshest product possible.  Franz products are only available in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, western Montana and Northern California.

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Our family follows a Paleo-style lifestyle, which means no grains of any kind.  We don’t label ourselves necessarily “gluten-free” as there are several other things we have eliminated as well, like rice and other grains.  We generally don’t have any substitution foods in the house either, like gluten-free bread or pasta.  Instead of trying to replace these items, we’ve just cut them out entirely.  However, there are some days when my poor husband thinks he might die without a sandwich.  Enter Franz gluten-free bread.

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We have NEVER had any other GF brand, so I don’t have anything to compare it to, but I was pleasantly surprised.  Both the bread and the hamburger buns were moist and fairly light.  I was expecting something super dense, but that wasn’t the case at all.  We made grilled cheese sandwiches for the boys and the bread toasted up perfectly and my dear husband was able to make a sandwich to satisfy his craving.  All the items we tried had wonderful flavor.

Since these products are made with cultured rice flour as a natural preservative, they don’t have a super long shelf life.  We threw one loaf of bread in the freezer so it wouldn’t go to waste.  We can either pull out the entire loaf or toast a slice at a time straight out of the freezer.

Right now, you can head over to the Franz Bakery site and print a coupon for $.50 off the purchase of Franz gluten-free products. These would be perfect if you are sensitive or allergic to gluten or follow a lifestyle similar to ours.  You can find more information on the site about the company, store locations and recipes.

I would love to hear if you have tried Franz gluten-free bread and what you think!

This post is sponsored by Franz, but the opinions are 100% mine.  Nobody tasted the bread for me and told me what to write.  If my kids were old enough to understand what a product review was, they would have told you it was delicious instead of just inhaling it like adorable little vacuum cleaners.

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