Marks and Spencer Made Without New Products January 2019

Marks and Spencer Made Without New Products January 2019

Marks and Spencer have always been amazing with their gluten free and other free from products and this month has seen new products hit the shelves and the fridges with some fabulous products including spring rolls, crusty part baked bread and cakes.

Posted On: 30th January 2019
Last updated on: 30th January 2019
Tagged with: Coeliac, Gluten Free, Gluten Free Bread, Gluten Free Cake, Gluten Free Products, Made Without, Marks and Spencer, Spring Rolls

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Marks and Spencer have always been good at bringing out the more obscure products that people have trouble getting gluten free.

Last year they were the first high street brand to bring out chocolate twists and apricot pastries, something never seen before, as well as being the only place to offer gluten free croissants.

There has been new bits drifting into stores for a few weeks but today they made a lot of people happy by releasing spring rolls into their Made Without range.

Marks and Spencer Spring Rolls
Marks and Spencer Spring Rolls
Co-op did offer gluten free spring rolls over Christmas but they have now been discontinued due to them being part of their Christmas buffet range. So them coming into Marks and Spencer is sure to make a lot of people happy, they are certainly a product may people have been asking for.

Along with the spring rolls in the fridge, another product has also been added to the shelves today to add to the ones which can in a few weeks back, gluten free baguettes, however these haven't yet appeared in all stores, these are also sure to be another popular product.

A few weeks ago these new products came into Marks and Spencer Made Without range -

Crusty Part Baked Loaf
Sourdough Garlic Bread Pizza
Sourdough Margarita Pizza
4 Pack Blueberry Muffins
4 Pack Lemon Muffins
Chocolate Fudge Cake Slices
Lemon Cake Slices
Rocky Road Mini Bites

Marks and Spencer Lemon Cake Slices
Marks and Spencer Lemon Cake Slices
The pizzas kicked up such a storm may stores sold out really fast but they seem to be hitting shelves again now.

The muffins are causing some controversy at the moment, I was a huge lover of the two pack of blueberry muffins, I could eat them both in one sitting, I loved them. However, the recipe has changed on the four packs and they aren't quite as nice as they were and there have been a lot of people who have felt the same. I love the saying "don't fix what's not broke" and the blueberry muffins were far from being broke, the new ones don't quite cut it for me. I can't deny that they aren't nice though. I do very much love the new cake slices however!

All these products are sure to be hugely advantageous to Marks and Spencer, they don't usually fail in making the best free from products so it is pretty much guaranteed that they will all be fabulous, we can't wait to try them all out!

Your Comments

When do you think M&S will bring back Scotch eggs and the trifle .

Keith Buckley - 30th January 2019
Alison @ Coeliac Sanctuary replied to this comment on 1st January 1970

The grid is marked as contains egg, everything else is ticked as free from as the recipe indicates.

Marks and Spencer did wonderful Pork Pies, they seem to have stopped them , why.? As you say leave alone !

Colin Naish - 19th February 2019

It will be very interesting to see how the Free From ranges expand or not when Ocado join forces/merge with MandS next year!

Karen - 14th March 2019

i used to love the gluten free lemon drizzle cake but they appear to have replaced this with 'zesty lemon cake slices... while these are tasty do not accidently tip the box upside down as i did and they were for a dinner party and upon opening the packet all the icing on the top was stuck to the wrapper and they looked dreadful on a plate so i am very disappointed with this replacement .....bring back the cake !!!!

allison barker - 24th May 2019

I miss the gluten free trifle, why have they stop them. 😭😭

Sharon - 13th July 2019

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