Though they discontinued Silver Hills Bakery brand of Gluten Free Bread, the company still makes Little Northern Bakehouse Gluten-Free Bread.
I frequently bake gluten-free, and sample hundreds of gluten-free foods every year. But I also eat wheat, which gives perspective when writing gluten-free reviews.
Nonetheless, I’m never seeking a replacement, or expecting a replica, but rather judging if the product is good, period. As for Silver Hills Bakery Gluten Free Organic Bread, I can firmly say it tastes, and also amazing in quality.
We had both their Sprouted Ancient Grain Wheat Breads and these Certified Gluten Free Breads on hand. It was fun to taste how different they were from one another. Also how good they each were in their own right.
Unlike their wheat loaves, the Silver Hills Bakery Gluten Free breads were dense, filling, smooth and tender. They had a very earthy flavor (likely from the blend of whole sorghum flour and psyllium husk) and worked perfectly as toast or for sandwiches. The Chia Chia has delightful hints of sweetness. The Omega Flax has more more pronounced undertones that hold their own against stronger flavors.
I loved that the Silver Hills Bakery Gluten Free Breads are made without any gums or starches. They’re made simply with the aforementioned whole sorghum flour and just a smattering of other all-natural ingredients. Unfortunately, perhaps due to the psyllium husk, the bread didn’t sit well for us. So we tended to eat it mostly as toast – just one slice in a sitting – or as coating. When ground into breadcrumbs and toasted, the Chia Chia makes an amazing healthy crust for oven-roasted eggplant!
The Facts on Silver Hills Bakery Gluten Free Breads
Certifications: Silver Hills Bakery Gluten Free Breads are certified organic, certified gluten-free, and non-GMO verified.
Dietary Notes: By ingredients, Silver Hills Bakery Gluten Free Breads are dairy-free / non-dairy, egg-free, gluten-free, nut-free, peanut-free, soy-free, vegan, and vegetarian. Nonetheless, check with the company on their manufacturing processes for all varieties if potential allergen cross-contamination is an issue for you. Processes and labeling are subject to change at any time for any company / product.
For More Product Information: Visit the Silver Hills Bakery website at www.silverhillsbakery.ca. (note that their breads are sold throughout both the U.S. and Canada)