Toppits Gluten Free Breaded Fish

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Toppits is an importer and supplier of frozen foods to the Canadian foodservice, retail and manufacturing industries, specializing in seafood.  They are located in Ontario, and recently have stared to produce gluten free breaded and seasoned fish certified by the Canadian Celiac Association Certification Program.

We tried this delicious Lightly Seasoned Haddock and really enjoyed.  We last saw it on sale at Sobey's.


If you are ever in the greater Toronto Area, be sure to check out their store front in Vaughan at
301 Chrislea Rd.

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Udi's Commercial Buns on sale for everyone

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You don't often come across an item made for restaurant services available for retail.  However, David, from Ben's Meats couldn't resist to make these Udi's gluten free buns available for everyone because they are that different from their store bought ones.


Dave first tasted this bun at a restaurant when travelling had tracked down the restaurants supplier.  Once he found out it was Udi's, he put a call in to his stores suppliers and got a hold of them for sale.

The first thing that makes these stand out is that they are all individually packaged.  Awesome for longevity of the item in the freezer.  We all know, once we open that package of buns in the freezer, there is a good chance for moisture getting in and ice freezing to the bun for the next time you have the produce.  The individual packs also make it easy to travel with it.

Ben's Meats sells them for $2 a piece or a case at a nice discount.  Why promote this one item at Ben's Meats and not the rest of their gluten free products?  Well, that's because we already wrote about all of Ben's Meats amazing gluten free products.

Don't know what to make?  We made these delicious Montreal smoked meat sandwich with cheese and a pickle.

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Have you tried the gluten free cake from M&M Meat Shops?

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Written by Amanda:

I wanted to start off by saying Happy 2016 to everyone! I know that everyone starts off their new year with resolutions and plans and ideas of how to better make use of their time. Well, I am no different. Over the holidays I was attending a gathering and was looking to bring a fancy dessert. I, of course, had left it to the last minute and was scrambling to find something large enough to feed a crowd but nearby to my home to ensure fast pick up. I had high hopes initially of baking some delicious gluten free dessert, but reality set in and I quickly realized that it just wasn’t going to happen.

I stopped in at my neighbourhood M & M meats and decided I would try their new Gluten Free Too-Tall chocolate cream cake.

It was giant in size, it was absolutely delicious and I would 100% buy it again. My only complaint and that’s not even the right word, was that because of the size it was hard for us to finish it all. I would have preferred that it come pre-sliced or in two sections so you could decide how much to serve at a time. Really, if that’s my only criticism, I’d say it was pretty darn great! We opted to wrap up the uneaten portion and refreeze it for another time.


No one knew it was Gluten Free and I even questioned repeatedly “are you sure this is gluten free?” It was delicious.

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