Goldbaum’s Ice Cream Cones

We had just returned from a wedding in NJ and our flight out of Newark Airport was delayed during the plane change.  While it was a tremendously moving experience to watch my baby brother (now a ripe old 35) marry his long time fiance, I could not wait to return home to the desert.  I was actually dreaming of kissing the dirt when I returned.  We felt like we had been to another planet as NJ (the area that I was in) didn’t have nearly as many gluten free (GF) options as we do at home in Tucson.

Shocked is how I felt when I check my email upon returning to Tucson and had a request from Goldbaum’s to try their GF products.  The person who emailed me was from Newark, NJ.  At first I thought it was a joke or my accounts were hacked.  Boy did I ask them a ton of questions before providing my mailing address.  We even check out their website to make sure it was a legit company.  Paranoid?  Maybe.  You see, while we were traveling Linked In was hacked and so I was a little more leery than usual.

Found on their website (http://www.goldbaums.com/) were a plethora of handy. GF products which also happen to be DF and non-GMO.

What reeled us in was the Ice Cream Cones!  They offer a variety of GF and dairy free (DF) cones.  SCORE for my poor child that lives in the desert and can’t have an ice cream cone (not to mention regular ice cream) during the summer.  Little did I know that GF my son had never even known about ice cream cones.  He is only 4 but GEE did that make me feel awful.

Ciara loves them both!

Dad saved the day by running out and getting the ingredients to make some GF/DF vanilla ice cream.  HE IS AMAZING!  I don’t even know how to use the ice cream maker.

As you can see in the photos – ice cream melts even more rapidly in the desert – especially at 105 degrees.  Our kids could have cared less as they were over the moon with excitement!

He prefers the sugar cones!

This is MINE!

GF/DF Sugar Cones and Cup Cones 

Goldbaum’s currently offers both cups and sugar cones http://www.goldbaums.com/cones.html.  The children equally enjoyed both types of cones.  Of course, the two youngest just can’t agree about which one is better.  Try them yourself and decide.

See the blog on 4th of July Macaroni Salad to learn about Goldbaum’s Brown Rice Pasta.

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