Ener-G Foods Papa’s Loaf, 12-Ounce Packages

Gluten free; Wheat free; Dairy free.

Quick facts

  • Pack of six, 16-ounce packages of bread (96 total ounces)
  • Made from rice flour, tapioca starch, and yeast
  • Gluten-free, wheat-free, no dairy or egg, KOF-K Kosher-certified; no saturated fat or cholesterol
  • A tasty white bread that’s guaranteed fresh
  • Packaged in Seattle, Washington

Top reviews

Save your Money

As a Gluten Free Family of 4 THIS BREAD SUCK’S 2 Thumbs Down.WARNING if you have Allergies or Asthma “CHECK OUT THE INGREDIENT” (METHYLCELLULOSE). Even the birds won’t eat it.
ChiNorth English, IA

Not worth it

We are new to the gluten-free world but found this bread unexceptable. Less than 1 star, but that was not an option. Whether fresh, toasted or grilled it was dry, crumbly, had an odor and strange after taste. After more checking we found “Sami” millet & flax seed bread. You have to toast or grill it, but it is FANTASTIC. We are enjoying toast with breakfast and toasted or grilled sandwiches again. So don’t bother with the Ener-G look for Sami
AdrianWestby, WI

Ener-G Foods Papa’s Loaf

This is a wonderful product. My grandaughter is almost 9 years old and up until a couple of months ago had never eaten a piece of bread. She has severe food allergies and is very limited as to what she can eat. Although she won’t eat this bread unless it is toasted, I consider it a wonderful addition to her diet. I will continue to order this product.
JannieStirling, NJ

My boys’ love this bread

My children have been on a gluten free diet for 6 years now. They love this bread! It is great for lunches – we put it in a sandwhich holder so the bread doesn’t crumble. Highly recommend it to anyone on a gluten free diet.
MargaretaHannah, ND

Gluten Free Bread

After trying many products, the Papa’s Loaf is a product, that in my opinion, comes closest to regular bread. I find though, that with any of the GF breads, toasting improves the product. This bread is really quite good.
GertrudisMora, MO

Great for sandwiches!

This is a sturdy wheat-free bread for sandwiches. The taste may be a slightly cardboard-ish, but I like it’s fiber. And if you create a sandwich where the other ingreadients have nice flavor, the bread itself becomes a healthy companion. This is one wheat-free bread on which you can pile on the ingredients and not worry about it falling apart. Enjoy!
ElvisSeabrook, SC

Daughter loves this bread!

I am surprised to see such negative reviews for this product. My daughter now 19, has been on a gluten free diet since she was 11. We’ve tried many GF breads over the years and this one is her favorite. She does toast it before eating, but it tastes good (I’ve eaten it, too) and stays together great.
CliffUpton, WY

Wheat-free, Gluten-free Bread

Good option for a WF/GF diet, but texture is dry, so it crumbles easily. My son prefers to eat it toasted, which helps make the texture more like regular bread containing wheat.
MirianOglethorpe, GA

better can be found

This is one of the worst gluten-free breads I have tried. Fortunately it is also egg-free and dairy-free but I found the texture strange.
AlfredAbsecon, NJ

Good choice if one is dairy, gluten, wheat and egg allergic.

There are tastier bread options if one is not eating gluten alone, however if there are allergens such as egg and dairy this is a nice, convenient option to have. Since wheat and gluten is not all we have to avoid, I’m glad that Papa’s loaf is a bread my son enjoys. The best ways to eat this bread are toasted and if one wants a softer bread, I put a spread (Mothers Margarine) on the bread and warm it up in the microwave.
YurikoHuntington Station, NY

gluten free

hard to eat – texture is just not like having a piece of toast – will try it for breadcrumbs
CarrolSchenley, PA

Buy to make croutons or bread crumbs….

Being recently diagnoised with celiac and being a bread lover, I am constantly trying out the gluten free breads. This loaf bread was a major disappointment. Its very heavy and not suitable for sandwiches. It was just okay for toast. I ended up making croutons and bread crumbs out of the remaining loafs. I’m still looking for a great loaf of gluten free bread…
MarlaAnson, TX