Gluten-Free Party with Foster Farms

foster farms corn dogs

Foster Farms is making it easier for people who are gluten-free. Last year they introduced their gluten-free corn dogs and now they are celebrating their second anniversary along with some new products such as chicken strips and chicken nuggets. I have teamed up with Foster Farms to have a gluten-free party for some of closet friends and family. There were several people at the party that are gluten-free so they were happy to try out the Foster Farms corn dogs along with the people who weren’t gluten-free.

gluten-free party

To start off we had Foster Farm Gluten free corn dogs along different gluten-free dipping sauces to dip the corn dogs in. We also had salad, fruit, veggies, and appetizers. The corn dogs are made with chicken franks and dipped twice in honey crunchy batter.

Foster Farms Gluten Free products are certified by the Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG) through a program authorized by the Gluten Intolerance Group of North America. If you don’t see the GF logo then you know that the product is not certified guaranteed.

gluten-free corn dogs

The overall outcome from the guests is a thumbs up for the Foster Farms gluten-free corn dogs. The honey batter had a flavorful taste to it and went great with the dipping sauces I provided for the guests. When I told them that there were other gluten-free products by Foster Farms they were excited to try those as well.

You can find Foster Farms gluten-free corn dogs nationwide at many retailers in the freezer section including: Safeway, Vons, Randalls, Tom Thumb, Kroger, Fry’s, Smith’s, Raley’s, Lucky, Albertsons, Giant Eagle, Woodman’s, Copps/Roundy’s, Schnucks, Food Lion, HyVee, and Marsh. For more infromation visit the Foster Farms website.

Disclosure: I was given the product featured in this post to facilitate my review. All opinions are 100% mine and not influenced in any way.

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