I recently came across this bread in the freezer section of Whole Foods. I had been looking for a more nutty bread, as an alternative to Trader Joe’s truly wonderful gluten-free French rolls.
It is a bit tough when eaten cold (defrosted, but not otherwise warmed up), like most gluten-free breads. I won’t take any points off for that.
Toasted or otherwise warmed, this bread has a nice nutty flavor: it is full of pumpkin and poppy seeds. The bread makes a great sandwich. Watch out, I find it incredibly filling, so it is a good thing the bread slices are a little on the small side.
A loaf of prairie bread is six dollars, which seems like a lot, but you do get about 16 slices of bread. The slices are small, but like most whole-grain breads, it’s quite filling. As far as gluten-free breads go, this is a good deal.