Chew on this: LiveGfree is the newest brand I’ve taken to as there are a few Aldi’s not to far from me in every direction. When a regular sandwich seems too heavy for me, I like to have a wrap. I haven’t had much luck finding a durable wrap so I tried the Spinach Wrap. The ingredients were free of gluten, egg, nut, soy, and wheat.
My goal was to make a turkey club. I followed the instructions on the wrapper. And unfortunately I did not get the results like the ones on the packaging. The wrap tore with every fold/roll and I ended up throwing some salad in and having a turkey salad instead.
Taste: No flavor
Texture: Kind of leathery. Not soft and bendable
Appearance: Looks like a regular wrap.
Ingredients: No gluten, egg, nut, soy, and wheat
11 thoughts on “Spinach Wrap by LiveGfree”
I was looking for a place to complain about this product and found this excellent commentary. This “wrap” is dry and does not wrap around anything without breaking up into many pieces. I paid more for a healthy wrap, but am returning them to the store to send a clear message. Thank you.
While this didn’t costs as much as others, we spend a lot of money on gluten free products and they should hold up to their claims IMO.
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These wraps are horrible. They don’t hold together long enough to get the wrap from the plate to your mouth. And, forget trying to actually wrap it. I’m kind of surprised. I’ve been happy with everything else I’ve gotten from Aldi. But, these aren’t worth your money.
I 100% agree with you. This product needs to head back to the “lab” for another spin. I have had a few good wraps in restaurants but none from the grocery store. If I find one, I will be sure to review it. Thanks for reading.
I see all these negative comments. I’m assuming none of you know how to use a wrap properly. These are the best and I’ll continue to buy them.
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These wraps are actively bad, if you use them as a cold sandwich wrap. They crumble if you look at them wrong. HOWEVER, if you fry them in the tiniest amount of oil and make quesadillas like you would a tortilla or even a hot sandwich wrap, they work great! I was about to toss them, thought I’d give this a try, it worked!
Wow! LeAnn that is something I didn’t think of. I “repurpose” gluten free foods all the time because they don’t work as originally intended. I may just give these a second try.
You can also watch my review of finding gluten free product on Aldi’s website: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1yG0moqyGCc
Thanks for checking out my review.
I just purchased these wraps and came across your site, when looking for reviews before I use them. I will try to fry them, as LeAnn suggested, and review later. Great site, btw!!
So I tried the wrap after frying it lightly in the pan as suggested. It was nice, and it held together better. I used it for my scrambled eggs, spinach, onion and green pepper wrap. I added a little salt alternative to the shell as well. I will definitely use the other 5 wraps ????!!
That’s awesome Evie. Will give this a try myself