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Buckwheat Wildberry Frozen Waffle

1g
Fibre
9g
Whole Grains
2g
Protein
Gluten Free
Cholesterol Free
Per 70g serving
Gluten-free blend of buckwheat and sweet rice flour; studded with berries.
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Ingredients: 

Water, brown rice flour*, potato starch*, yellow corn flour*, soy oil*, tapioca starch*, granulated sugar cane juice*, buckwheat flour*, blueberry pieces* [fruit (apple juice*, blueberry*, apple puree*), granulated sugar cane juice*, rice flour*, palm kernel oil*, pectin, natural flavor, citric acid)], potato flour*, baking powder, soy lecithin*, natural blueberry flavor, sea salt. *Organic. Contains soy.

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Best Frozen Waffles on the Planet
September 4th, 2017
5

I have tried numerous Gluten Free frozen waffles, these Buckwheat WildBerry are hands-down the best on the market! Kudos Nature's Path!! You won't be disappointed. The only problem is finding stores locally that carry them consistently. I wish there was a way of buying them direct!!!

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Ogden
Buckwheat Wildberry Frozen Waffle
August 3rd, 2017
5

These Waffle are by far the best tasting waffle I have ever had! More importantly; They are Gluten Free. This is very important to my wife and I.

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from
Richland, Michigan
It's a frozen waffle. And it's good.
July 7th, 2017
5

My local Kroger had a couple of boxes of these on Manager's Special because the boxes were damaged. I'd never seen the brand before, but I'm a sucker for a bargain, for quick and easy breakfast, and for perhaps the most versatile modern engineered food--the frozen waffle--and bought them both. Seriously, frozen waffles are fine for breakfast, but they also make a great snack when slathered with natural peanut butter and drizzled with raw honey, a great bread for sandwiches (especially for turkey and pork chop sandwiches), and a great base for use in any number of desserts (hot, with a scoop or two of homemade ice cream is a no-brainer). I've used these waffles for all three. I'm eating one, now, in fact, dry. It's that good. The fruit flavor comes through well (but I could do with a tad more fruit or juice in them, just my preference). The waffle crisps nicely both in the toaster and the cast iron skillet (yes, that's right). Seems a shame to put butter and syrup on them, actually. I am enjoying them very much. Mostly, I'm grateful two boxes were on special, because I still have another in the freezer. They're a bit pricier than the other brands, and I'm not sure why. The ingredient list isn't that much different, aside from the buckwheat. When these are gone, I guess I'll have to hunt for them in the grocery. I can't afford to keep them on-hand as my go-to frozen waffle, but if you can, then you should. For me, they'll make a nice treat now and again.

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Mid-South
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