Red Lobster now makes gluten-free Cheddar Bay biscuit mix
It is estimated that one in 100 people worldwide have celiac disease, more commonly known as gluten intolerance. If you’re one of those people, you know there are a lot of foods that you miss out on.
Breads of all kinds, pasta, the list goes on. That means it also includes a food close to my heart (and a lot of other peoples’ hearts): Red Lobster’s warm, cheesy, buttery Cheddar Bay Biscuits.
If you’ve had to sit out while watching your friends and family down a whole basket before, I have some good news. Get your tastebuds ready, because Red Lobster is officially launching its first-ever line of gluten-free Cheddar Bay Biscuit mix (!!!). It is the same legendary recipe of Red Lobster’s original biscuit mix, but now in a gluten-free variety!
Red Lobster’s new mix will be available at Walmart stores nationwide beginning in August. Each box makes 12 biscuits. It is important to note that the biscuits served at Red Lobster locations are not gluten-free, so if you want to try them, you will have to buy the mix and make them in your own kitchen. But trust me, it’s totally worth it.
If you want more Red Lobster to go along with your gluten-free biscuits, you can also order gluten-sensitive menu items to go and pair them with your biscuits. Just a few of the choices include live Maine lobster, wood-grilled shrimp skewers and signature jumbo shrimp cocktail.
All to-go orders come with regular biscuits, so don’t worry about any non-gluten sensitive family members eating all your homemade biscuits!
More Gluten-Free Breads
If you’re looking for a simpler gluten-free bread recipe to make at home, check out this cloud bread. Not only does it not contain gluten, but it is also low-carb and seriously easy to make. All you need are three egg yolks, cream cheese, a little honey and some baking powder and you can officially eat bread again!
Here’s how Instgram user ketocontessa‘s cloud bread turned out:
Will you be giving Red Lobster’s new gluten-free Cheddar Bay Biscuit mix a try?