Favorite Product – Canyon Bakehouse Hamburger Buns

Recently  I was in our local Sprouts Store and spotted a gluten free bread brand I wasn’t familiar with.   I purchased a package of their hamburger buns for our dinner that night.   Most brands of gluten free hamburger buns fall apart and they are too much bread for my taste.  I was pleasantly surprised to find that these tasted great, held their shape and had just the right amount of bread.  We used two and placed the other 2 in the freezer.

Canyon Bakehouse Bun

Picture from Canyon Bakehouse Website

Later in the week I made  Turkey Sloppy Joes.  I thawed the two buns that were in the freezer and toasted them in the toaster.  Amazing!! Note:  Turkey Sloppy Joes is one of thirteen recipes in my new downloadable cookbook titled A Few Favorites Cookbook – $4.99  For Details – Click HERE.  

Turkey Sloppy Joes

So I want to give a shout out to this company.  Their products can be purchased online and in many stores.

 Thank you Canyon Bakehouse   We’ve waited 15 years for a product this good.

Note:  This is just a good old fashioned recommendation and not a paid endorsement.



  1. Thanks for the review, still trying to understand how Gluten Free foods are better for you.

    • Hi Antionette – Some people tend to tolerate wheat better than others. Fifteen years ago my husband was diagnosed with a wheat sensitivity after he was continually sick with stomach problems. Poor guy – here I was baking cakes, breads and breading his chicken with wheat flour. I know when he cut out the wheat – the sickness went away. Here is some information that was posted in Prevention Magazine by JJ Virgin regarding wheat. Hope it helps and thanks for stopping by for a visit.

      “Whole-wheat bread
      Why is it unhealthy? “Whole grain goodness” has become a brilliant marketing scheme in everything from breakfast cereals to snack packs. Unfortunately, wheat is an incredibly inflammatory food that creates havoc in your body. Wheat and other grains can create food intolerances due to the protein gluten, which in some people triggers leaky gut syndrome, inflammation, and an immune reaction, all of which stall fat loss. Many commercial-brand breads also come loaded with high-fructose corn syrup and other unhealthy additives.

      What are smarter alternatives? Look for a non-gluten wrap (such as a rice wrap) for your sandwich. Better yet, use a Romaine wrap or enjoy a big salad instead of bread. Quinoa pasta and spaghetti squash make healthier options for whole-wheat pasta. If breakfast includes oatmeal, look for certified gluten-free oats.”