Loeb's Crunchy Condiments Gluten Free Dairy Free
Loeb’s Crunchy Condiments

I recently had the privilege to try Loeb’s gluten free crunchy condiments in exchange for this review. I was super excited as this was my first opportunity to try a product in exchange for my review. This experience was great! I am so happy to say that you must look for these products as they become available in the mass market. I tried the Jalapeno Crunch, Onion Crunch and the Quiona Crunch. These products are advertised as salad toppers. I however, went beyond adding them to my salads and incorporated them as a recipe ingredient.

Loeb's Onion Crunch Chicken Gluten Free Dairy Free
Loeb’s Gluten Free and Dairy Free Onion Crunch Chicken.

I first tried Loeb’s Onion Crunch by following the recipe on the back of the bag for Onion Crunch Coated Chicken. YUM!!!! It is nice to find a gluten free and dairy free version of french fried onions. The flavor was great. I chose not to grind my onion crunch in the food processor and I think my recipe would have turned out a little better had I followed that suggested step. It did not effect the flavor of the finished dish.

Gluten free, dairy free Loeb's Jalapeno Crunch
Loeb’s Jalapeno Crunch topped burger.

Then next product up for review is my favorite!!! Loeb’s Jalapeno Crunch is gluten free and dairy free crunchy jalapeno slices. I honestly could just eat these right out of the bag as a snack. YUMMY! They were great as a topper for my burger with fresh tomato and avocado slices. This product is a home run in my book. I personally can’t wait for these to become available in my local stores. I will be a frequent buyer! These spicy little crunchies would be a great addition to your favorite taco salads, casseroles, and many other dishes. Or just eat them straight from the bag as a snack like I do.

Gluten free and dairy free Loeb's Quinoa Crunch chicken.
Gluten free and dairy free Loeb’s Quinoa Crunch chicken.

The final product for review was Loeb’s Quinoa Crunch. This product took a little more thinking for me to come up with a use. I finally decided on making a chicken coating by processing the Quinoa Crunch in the food processor and adding some poultry seasoning. This made a great flavor and texture to the chicken breasts stuffed with goat cheese and asparagus. I would use this coating on turkey and pork chops as well. It has a flavor that reminds me of Thanksgiving dinner.

These products are a must add to your shopping list. They are great tasting and will make your meals so quick and easy. Look for Loeb’s Crunchy Condiments in your local supermarket!