Franz Gluten-Free Bread Printable Coupon

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If you or someone in your family follows a Gluten Free diet? You might want to check out Franz! For a limited time only, Franz has released a $0.50/1  printable coupon good for a loaf of their Gluten Free bread line!

The kind people at Franz actually sent me a selection of their Gluten Free breads to try. Now I’ll admit, I don’t eat a GF diet, so I was really curious about these breads. Would they be something anyone could enjoy? Would the texture be chewy or heavy?

Here’s what a couple slices of the 7 Grains Gluten Free bread look like on a sandwich.

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I loved this bread! It tasted like a heartier, grain-type bread and worked perfectly on my sandwich. I also had it toasted with a little jam alongside some eggs for breakfast the other day. It was delicious and filling! I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend it.

To snag the coupon, you’ll need to head to FranzBakery.com. There is a limit of one coupon per household and there is a limited number of prints available. For that reason, I wouldn’t wait around if you’re interested! The coupon is valid in the Northwest United States only (Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Western Montana – Billing and west, and California – North of Chico). It’s also not valid at the Franz Retail Bakery Outlet stores.

If you’ve tried this line, I’d love to hear your thoughts!

Disclosure: I was provided Franz Gluten Free Breads and a gift card in exchange for this post. All opinions expressed are my own. For more information, please refer to my Disclosure Policy


Comments

  1. Diane says

    I bought a loaf of the white bread the other day, and it was fabulous! I was very impressed. Definitely recommend it!

    FYI–I saw it at Fred Meyer and at Winco. It was a couple dollars cheaper at Winco.

  2. Christine D says

    I’m disappointed that I’m only just learning about the Franz gluten free breads. My daughter is on a gluten free diet and I just found out the Kirkland Franz Bakery Outlet is either closing or has already closed. Gluten free breads are normally dry, bland, crumbly, and pricey. I was looking for one that she would actually like and looks like I found it too late. Nearest store is now in Lynnwood and it would cost more in gas to get a decent price on bread.

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