Stonefire Authentic Flatbreads: Review

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Like most moms, my schedule is packed full.  I don’t have a lot of time to spend cooking, so I am always looking for quick and tasty meals.  Any product that can make my meal prep shorter, yet still has a great taste, is something I will use again and again.  I’m sure I’m not the only mom who feels this way!  Recently I had the opportunity to try out Stonefire Authentic Flatbreads, and I instantly became a fan.  I was able to pull off a dinner for my entire family in minutes, and the results were fantastic!  I’m actually very excited to share this product with you today.

What Is It?

Stonefire Authentic Flatbreads are created using the same authentic baking methods and ingredients that have been used for hundreds of years.  They contain no synthetic dyes, no preservatives, zero grams of trans fat, and no hydrogenated oils.  They offer three different types of flatbread:  Naan and Roti, which come from India, and Pita, which come from the Mediterranean.  I was given the opportunity to try the Naan.  In the company’s own words:

 “Stonefire Naan is baked at extremely high heat in a tandoor oven, just as it was hundreds of years ago.  This gives our naan the large bubbles, smoky flavor, and airy texture that are characteristic of authentic Indian naan.”



Not only are they made authentically, and with natural ingredients, but they also have many, many uses.  They’re a great side by themselves, useful as dippers, can be used for paninis or wraps, used to create individual pizzas, or even used to make a sandwich.  All I know is, the instant I opened the package the most wonderful smells greeted me, and I could not wait to try them out.


How We Tried Them

Brushed with butter.

I decided that I would use the Naan three different ways when tasting it.  The Stonefire Naan is best served warm, after being spritzed lightly with warm water, or brushed with olive oil or melted butter.   It can be heated up either on the grill, on the stovetop, or in a conventional oven.  I chose to heat it up in the conventional oven.  For the first batch I used one Garlic Naan and one Original Naan.  I brushed them both with butter, and heated them.  My family completely devoured them!  Next, I took two Whole Grain Naan and heated them up, after spritzing them lightly with water.  I made a bean dip and we used the Whole Grain Naan as dippers.  Again, they were gone within a minute.  Finally, my husband used one Original Naan and one Garlic Naan as crusts for individual pizzas.  The Naan crisped up so nicely and truly made the perfect crust.  Not only were they tasty, but they also made preparing dinner super fast and easy.  It only took 3-4 minutes to heat up the Naan in the oven, and the pizzas only took 15 minutes.


As dippers for our bean dip.


The Verdict


All the types of Naan were a huge hit with my entire family.  This is a big deal, because my two boys are some of the pickiest eaters you’ll ever meet.  They gobbled up the Naan prepared all three ways, and were even disappointed that there wasn’t any more.  This is definitely a product I will start buying because I know my family will enjoy it.  My personal favorite out of all of them was the Garlic Naan, brushed with butter.  It was so delicious, and I would use it in place of typical garlic bread any day.

Pizzas with Naan crust. Yum!

Where Can You Get Your Own?

Stonefire Authentic Flatbread can be purchased in the bakery section of your local supermarket.  You can also check out their products and story on their website HERE.  Become a fan of theirs on Facebook, and don’t forget to tell them we sent you!



Disclaimer:*I was given two Original Naan, two Garlic Naan, and two Whole Grain Naan, free of charge, to faciliate this review.  No monetary compensation was given, and all opinions are entirely and truthfully my own.*