Joy Mission: Question #1

Ready for the first question of our Joy Mission? Answer the following question with a comment and be entered to win our Udi’s Holiday Essentials Kit.
Question #1
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WINNERS LIST

  1. Eva H. – Any kind of flaky pastry product … phillo, puff pastry, croissant, etc. I miss that texture so much!
  2. Betty T. – I would so enjoy a gluten free english muffin. Thanks for all your other yummy food, especially the hamburger buns…a real treat again! :-)
  3. Sharon D. – I would love manacotti noodles. All your products are so yummy…and I discovered not to long along your hot dog and hamburger buns. So, I am in total agreement with the above comments about what food they would like to see. My family is gluten free and casein free
  4. Amy J. – Cake! Thanks Udi’s for making great pizza crust!
  5. Jennifer K. – Pie crust would make Holiday life a lot easier. A "Pop Tart" would make daily life a lot easier. Especially with the mini-mes.
  6. Pam R. – Can you do triscuits? I love crispy crackers with texture… that’d be fabulous
  7. Susan U. – I would love GF croissants, please! The way they’re made in France with flaky layers!
  8. Elisha N. – I would love to have soft pretzels. I can’t remember the last time I had a pretzel…sounds so good!
  9. Teresa C. – Gluten Free cookies without the dairy. So many of us who have gluten issues also have dairy sensitivities as well and I bought some cookies for the kids only to find out they contained dairy (very sad).
  10. Deborah H. – I would love an onion roll, with lots of onions in a roll I can eat…yummmm

*Remaining winners have been contacted and will be listed once confirmation is received.


1,754 Responses to “Joy Mission: Question #1”

  1. Roni says:

    a low sodium sandwich bread that tastes like real bread not roofing shingles!

  2. Glenda Zahn-Burell says:

    Is it possible to create a line gluten free Stuffed Pastas, with mulitple fillin’s.. like cheeses, meats, even seafoods?

  3. Jolena Sloane says:

    I am Jewish and there is nothing like your bagels in the morning with white fish! I also love the raviolis, bagels, mac n cheese, pizza, chocolate donuts, and peanut butter cookies. You make gluten-free sinfully delicious.

  4. jessica mcgregor says:

    tortillas that are soft and you can actually wrap them without them breaking

  5. Christine G says:

    I miss soft pretzels!!!

  6. Allison Fornal says:

    I’m in a pasta mood lately and I would love to see flavored pasta, such as spinach or tomato. Please!

  7. Jacqui Barnes says:

    Both my daughter and grandmother have Celiac Disease.
    My daughter would like Bannana Bread and Raviolis.
    My grandmother LONGS for fluffy AIRY Italian Bread with the seseme seed crust :)

  8. PF Anderson says:

    Doughnuts. Maple glaze doughnuts.

  9. Robin Shamel says:

    Cheese cake & more sweets

  10. Patricia S. says:

    Dinner Rolls, Tortillas, Buiscuits, Chow Mein noodles like the (Nissin Brand), mac n cheese, velveta and shells, Kit Kats, Ding Dongs like (Hostess), and Peanut Butter Cookies.

  11. Carolyn says:

    I would love to eat custard filled donuts they were my favorite

  12. Jeannie says:

    my son would love to have Gluten Free Pop Tarts. He really misses having his yummy treat.

  13. Patti says:

    Low calories, high fiber bread or anything, low calorie, low fat.. When you are trying to watch your weight and must eat gluten free, it is virtually an impossible combination. Good texture hot dog buns, soft pretzels, flaky pastry, and good texture pita bread pockets, miss them all so much.

  14. Sharon A. says:

    I didn’t get a chance to respond to Question #1, but my request would be to use an alternative sweetener in your products – maybe stevia instead of sugar.

  15. Willie says:

    Donut shop style donuts

  16. Kirstyn Angarano says:

    Gluten and Nut free pretzel Rods so mommy can make me chocolate dipped rods for my birthday!

  17. Stephanie Schuette says:

    Rye bread and pita bread. Loved Pita bread since I was little one :)

  18. Anne says:

    Angel Food Cake. I always requested every year on my Birthday. One year my Mom mailed one to me at college. It arrived in bits but I ate every last crumb.

  19. Trish H says:

    Meatloaf and baked potato, always takes me back home.

  20. Leila says:

    Larger slices of bread.

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