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Kellogg's reveals gluten-free Eggo waffles

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Kellogg’s has revealed its gluten-free Eggo waffles and has plans to keep two flavors for now. The original and cinnamon waffles are being sold in stores around the country. Consumers who have celiac disease or sensitivities to gluten have a new option for breakfast.


The Kellogg’s Eggo gluten-free waffles are being sold in packages of eight. The company promises they are still crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside, but they simply do not have gluten. These waffles, available in original and cinnamon, have eight additional vitamins and minerals added to the mix. The Kellogg’s company suggests a retail price of $3.29 for one box. Although there is no gluten, consumers should be aware that the product has soy, milk and eggs.

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If you are looking for the Eggo gluten-free waffles at your local store and having trouble finding them, then you may want to use the Kellogg’s where to buy page. You can select Kellogg’s Eggo from the category list and search for a store near you. The company also provides a list of online retailers who carry the waffles.

If you prefer to have fresh waffles for breakfast instead of heating up the Eggo versions, you may want to try the following recipes. Kellogg’s uses rice and whole oat flour to make its waffles, but you can find different ingredients. You may want to try coconut flour waffles that do not end up tasting like coconuts once you are finished. Instead, they are a fluffy and sweet way to start breakfast. You can also try the gluten-free vegan waffles that are made with sorghum flour, potato flour and potato starch. Box mixes offer another option for busy families in the morning. There are gluten-free waffle mixes made by Arrowhead Mills, Namaste Foods, Gluten Free Pantry, Hodgson Mill and other brands.

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