I’m a huge fan of Udi’s Gluten Free Hot Dog Buns. However, to make sure they are the best option, I've now tried all the rest.
My very first gluten free hot dog was years ago at Soul Dog in Poughkeepsie, NY. The bun fell apart and I ended up with mustard all over me, but I was still happy to have a hot dog again! Boy have we come a long way since then.
I used to use Ener-G buns before Udi’s came along but they are a little dry and they fall apart at the seam. Schär does make a sub sandwich roll that could be used as a hot dog bun but it's just not the same (and they end up being quite pricey).
|Udi's (left) versus Rudi's (right) Gluten Free Hot Dog Buns|
In the end though, compared to all the rest, hands down Udi's is still the best. If you defrost them in the microwave (half power for about 30 seconds) right before you need them they hold together great (especially at the seam) and are soft and fluffy. While it is coming to the end of cookout season in NJ, I still think I'll have a few more before it gets too cold out!
|Schär Gluten Free Hot Dog Buns|
You should be able to find gluten free hotdog buns locally but if you can't they are available online: Udi's Gluten Free Hot Dog Buns (1 package) from the Gluten Free Mall and Schär Gluten Free Hot Dog Rolls (case of six 4-packs) from Amazon.com.Amazon also sells cases of the Ener-G buns but neither sells the Rudi's buns.
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