Presidents Choice Gluten Free Banana Loaf - Review

PC Gluten Free Banana Loaf

I bought this product having no expectations at all. Horrible of me, I know. It's hard to get excited for a new product sometimes. Why? Well, because what if it sucks? Or what if I love it and can never find it again? Both  situations have happened to me on many an occasion. So I went into this with a we'll see kind of attitude.

Price: 5.99

While not outrageously high for a Gluten Free product, I must say that I am slightly disappointed with the price point. Presidents Choice is a very large company with a lot of pull. I guess I was expecting them to have a more competitively priced Gluten Free line. 

To my delight and surprise, I loved it! The Banana Loaf is sweet, but not too sweet. It is light, moist and and fluffy. The loaf is great with a dab of butter or on its own. 
I pre sliced the loaf and placed it back in the resealable container that it came in. This made for a quick and easy snack on demand.

You can purchase PC Gluten Free products at stores under the Loblaws banner such as No Frills, RCSS and Extra Foods. Items can vary by location. To find a store near you, use the PC Store Finder


  1. Thanks for the review. I almost bought this last night, but after buying the bread and not really liking it, I hesitated. I'm about to write a review about the bread and the cookies (the cookies are good, btw.) Now I'll pick up some banana loaf!

  2. Hi Kathleen,
    I wasn't over the moon about the bread either. You are so right on the PC cookies. I feel like the cookie monster, I've eaten so many this week! Cant wait to read your reviews! :)

  3. Hey, I linked to your banana loaf review in my bread and cookie review. Hope that's ok. Didn't make sense not to send traffic your way since we were posting about the same line of products!

  4. Hi Kathleen,
    Perfectly okay. Thanks for the support!

  5. Tasty!
    Thanks for linking up to the Canucks Rock linky
    Saying hi from

  6. Try the Lemon Poppy Seed Loaf I was surprised how good it was.


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