Little Northern Bakehouse Seeds & Grains Gluten Free Bread Review

Little Northern Bakehouse Seeds & Grains Gluten Free Bread

Gluten free? This bread’s for you! 

Please note that this review was not paid for or sponsored by any third party. I purchased this product with my own money and the opinions in this review are strictly my own. I am not affiliated with Costco or any of its suppliers. I am just a fan of the company. I write these reviews to help my fellow shoppers.

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Okay so recently I decided to try and cut down on my gluten intake (just as a random idea). I discovered that after eating tons of gluten-containing products for my entire life this wasn’t an easy thing to do. Gluten-free bread and baked goods definitely taste a lot different than gluten-containing products. I feel like there’s gluten-free options that are pretty good and tolerable and some that are very dry and not at all pleasant to eat. This bread review is for my gluten-free friends or those that want to try gluten-free bread for the first time! Today I’m reviewing the Little Northern Bakehouse Seeds & Grains Gluten Free Bread.

Little Northern Bakehouse Seeds & Grains Gluten-Free Bread


I paid $9.49 Canadian for the two loaves of Little Northern Bakehouse Seed & Grains Gluten Free Bread. Each loaf is 482 grams. This is not bad at all for gluten-free bread! I’ve paid seven dollars for one loaf at the local grocery store or bakery!


Great for sandwiches, toast, grilled cheese, etc! This freezes wonderfully and toasts up perfectly. The best before date was about five days from the date I purchased the bread.

Little Northern Bakehouse Seeds & Grains Gluten-Free Bread


Two slices of bread is 170 calories, five grams of fat, four grams of sugar, 31 grams of carbohydrates, four grams of fibre, 220 mg of sodium and two grams of protein. This is loaded with healthy seeds like flax, chia and pumpkin seeds. Some believe gluten may be inflammatory so this is a great gluten-free bread option. Also awesome for those who are celiac.

Little Northern Bakehouse Seeds & Grains Gluten-Free Bread


I tried this bread the same morning I tried the Costco Carbonaut Low Carb Keto Bread and after having the low carb bread, this tasted like heaven. Even my husband who would NEVER ever eat gluten-free bread said “now this is real bread” after I told him to taste this bread after trying the other bread (he didn’t know it was gluten-free before trying). It’s a little bland tasting but for gluten-free bread I actually enjoyed this enough to eat it again happily. The seeds give additional flavor and texture which I appreciated. It’s like a white bread with added seeds.  To be honest, if you melted some cheese on this or slathered it with peanut butter you probably wouldn’t notice too much of a difference between this gluten-free bread and regular wheat bread.

So gluten-free doesn’t taste quite the same as regular wheat bread but you can get used to this flavor and taste, I actually am glad to have this gluten-free bread in my freezer! I love it with the Costco Kirkland Signature Peanut Butter. 

Cost: 9/10

Convenience: 10/10

Nutrition: 7.5/10

Taste: 8/10

Have you had gluten-free bread or baked goods? What’s your favorite brand or kind?


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  1. Many people go gluten free for a variety of reasons and it is this mass decision that has upped the game for the products available. When I was diagnosed as celiac 30 years ago there was rice bread only in the freezer section of the grocery store. Nothing else! Then there was one woman in Edmonton that sold some product from her home – none really tasty but no availability. Then comes kinnickinnick bakery in Edmonton who focuses on gluten dairy and some egg free products. It was not until the gluten free fad came to the forefront that the food industry really stepped up. So I am going to thank the lord we had this fad or we all still might b3 eating horrid rice bread from the freezer of grocers.

  2. we now do enjoy Promise gluten free bread from Safeway and Sobeys and it is lower in catbs than little northern Bakehouse!

  3. So glad Costco carries this bread! My daughter is celiac and Little Northern bake house is the only bread she likes. Costco has the other type without seeds also and it’s delicious.

  4. This bread is amazing! I am celiac and have tried many other gluten free breads that are so gross! Little Northern Bakehouse has a wonderful bakery in Abbotsford, BC if you’re ever in the neighbourhood. The monkey bread is to die for! Be aware that they are closed Saturdays but open Sundays.

  5. The whole grain bread is much better in my opinion. It’s a wider slice much like a regular loaf of bread and doesn’t leave seeds everywhere. It is also available at Costco at the same price point. As a celiac I appreciate not having to spend $7 for a small loaf at other stores.

  6. My son has celiacs disease. It would be great if a product available at Costco would be appealing to a larger majority. A bread that has little seeds and flecks is more suitable to (some) adult pallets. Is there a whole grain version available?

  7. Thanks. I will try and find it where I am as my grandson is celiac.
    I would never have known it was at Costco if you hadn’t written this.

  8. I buy it all the time but am tired of paying $10 only to find a huge air bubble at the top of the slice and end up with half a slice.

  9. I agree. The Gluten free bread from Costco is the best in my opinion. I’ve tried many different kinds this is my favourite one and the only one I buy now.

  10. My husband has been gluten sensitive for over 30 years. We have tried many breads over that time, mostly homemade because there was just so little available that was affordable and tasted better than styrofoam! This is a good bread, soft and has a good taste. The price is okay, and there is also the option of the whole grain under the same label.

  11. As a celiac, people who randomly decide to go gluten free piss me off. They are usually the ones who order a gluten free meal and then have a beer, thereby confusing wait staff as to what it means to be gluten free. And makes it worse for us that it it isn’t a choice. That said, it is a pretty good bread. Next time, get a celiac to review a gf product.

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