There are items in my monthly Cuisine Cube that immediately excite me and ones that I plan to try later. In the case of Flour Buds Bakery Cornbread I didn’t know what I’d eat it with so I added an extra layer of plastic wrap and tossed it in the freezer.
I pulled it out of the freezer this week to eat alongside a steak salad with dinner. I took it straight from the freezer and popped it into the toaster oven with low expectations.
I expected something dry and crumbly especially after taking it out of the freezer. Boy was I wrong. That thing was delicious! It was moist, fluffy and slightly sweet, the way I prefer my corn bread. I sliced it and ate some with butter and some without because it didn’t actually NEED it. I offered to share but was happy when I didn’t have to.
I’ve tried a lot of gluten-free corn bread and this was by far the best. These professional bakers have great skills, which is evidenced in their lighter, smoother product that didn’t have any bad aftertaste like some. The 6 oz. size of the cornbread was large enough for two people. It was bigger than a standard muffin but not as large as a mini loaf.
Flour Buds is a New York-based allergy-free and gluten-free bakery with an emphasis on natural and organic. They pride themselves in offering a wide variety of high-quality healthy items, baked fresh daily.
The founder, Pam Goldberg, is a graduate of The Natural Gourmet Institute for Health and Culinary Arts and she eats gluten free. You can order this cornbread and other Flour Buds items from the Cuisine Cube website. Enjoy!