This month, we’re supporting Celiac Awareness Month, by not only encouraging a discussion about the disease, but by also providing those who suffer from it with delicious gluten free recipe ideas!
According to the Celiac Disease Foundation, Celiac disease is a serious genetic autoimmune disorder where the ingestion of gluten leads to damage in the small intestine. With an estimation of 1 in 100 people worldwide suffering from this disease, we work to provide our gluten-free consumers with delicious options and recipes.
Our Wholly Gluten Free Pie Shells are frozen and ready to bake. Free of milk, eggs, wheat, shellfish, fish, peanuts, tree nuts, soy and corn, this pie shell works great for both sweet and savory recipes.
Let the good times roll in your home when using the Wholly Gluten Free Pizza Dough Ball. Create delicious pizzas, calzones, garlic knots and more with the freezer friendly dough! Just like our Gluten Free Pie Shells, this dough is free of the top 8 allergens and tastes just like it was made from scratch!
Join us on Pinterest for more delicious gluten free recipes to enjoy not just this month, but all year long!
My oh my, we sure love #ApplePie! We’re celebrating America’s favorite pie all month long. But have you ever wondered … how did apple pie become so beloved?
While the original apple pie recipe came from England, it rose in popularity in the states when the settlers colonized. Due to the abundance of fruit bearing trees and the ability to dry and store the fruit, apple pies rose in popularity in America.
During the 1920’s the phrase “as American as apple pie” rose in popularity when it was used to describe the home making abilities of President Herbert Hoover’s wife. During the 1940’s the phrase took off during World War II, when interviewed soldiers would often say they were willing to fight for “mom and apple pie.”
Apple pie has become a symbol of American patriotism and a beloved dessert of the American people. All these fun facts leave you hungry for more? Celebrate the day in the best fashion… with a good ‘ole Wholly Wholesome Apple Pie.
You know what they say, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. That’s why this National Hot Breakfast Month, we’re celebrating this meal with some appetizing recipes!
Making a mouth-watering quiche is a great way to enjoy a hot breakfast. One of our favorite recipes includes loads of fresh vegetables like spinach, mushrooms and peppers. This light but savory quiche is a healthy way to kick start your day!
The next time you wake up craving something sweet, reach for this recipe for Gluten Free Pecan Cinnamon Rolls. Wholly Wholesome Gluten Free Pizza Dough is the perfect base for this recipe. Simply roll out the dough, sprinkle it with toppings, roll it up and bake!
Brighten up a cold winter morning with this recipe for a Breakfast-Style Focaccia. Use Wholly Wholesome Gluten Free Pizza Dough and top with peppers, bacon, breakfast sausage, cheese and eggs.
So next time you’re craving a hearty breakfast, skip the cereal and choose something warm and comforting! For more satisfying breakfast ideas, visit our recipe page!
There are lots of reasons to love breakfast, but are you a fanatic? Here are eight signs you might be:
1. You think ‘breakfast’ is simply the name of the meal … It doesn’t dictate the time it should be eaten.
2. You fall asleep thinking of breakfast. Your dreams consist of Gluten Free Pecan Cinnamon Rolls.
3. Choosing what to have for breakfast is sometimes just too difficult …
4. But then you celebrate because you realize you can have breakfast for lunch and dinner too!
5. You agree that breakfast buffets are the best kinds of buffets.
6. The words “all day breakfast” mean an endless stream of syrup on your limitless stack of pancakes.
7. The Breakfast Club … is an actual club you hold at your home. Every morning.
8. Just watching this gif sets everything right in your world:
Is it possible to totally love food … yet totally not love the kitchen work? Sure! And we’ve got your fix.
Take a read through our top seven baking hacks every kitchen klutz needs to know. Who’s to say you won’t someday be a kitchen hero? Wholly Wholesome to the rescue!
Egg shell in your baking mix? Quick! Grab that pesky little thing by wetting your finger with water and placing it next to the shell. No one needs to know! With three eggs in our Key Lime Pie, you’ll want to hang onto this trick.
No food coloring? Try transforming your white frosting with powdered jello mixture. Bright idea!
Rock hard brown sugar is no fun. Microwave it in a bowl covered with a wet paper towel for 20 seconds. Voila!
To keep your brown sugar soft? Store it with a slice of bread! Trust us, when the craving for Gluten Free Pecan Cinnamon Rolls hits, you’ll want that brown sugar fresh and ready to go.
Make almost any recipe gluten free with homemade oat flour. Simply pulse whole oats in your food processer until they make a fine powder. Check out all of our best gluten free recipes.
Cut back on dairy by replacing your butter with pureed avocado. Smooth!
Have a banana bread recipe you’re dying to make? Ripen your bananas quicker than ever by putting them on a baking sheet in the oven at 300 degrees for 40 minutes!
April 30th is Healthy Kids Day, but we’ve got a secret: Health is a lifelong commitment!
Today, the way we eat often reflects what we care about most. We need transparency and fortunately, times are changing. Once a luxury, clean ingredients have become a given, and preservatives are not likely to make their way into our homes.
On Healthy Kids Day, take a look at the integrity of both your food and of the companies producing it. It’s time to take our power back from brands that have only provided us with more questions than answers. America’s parents know that their primary job is to fuel their children for a life free from artificiality, and the nutrition label is the perfect place to start.
Take a stand in the most delicious way possible! Give our kid-friendly Football Pizza Pockets made with our new Wholly Wholesome Organic Whole Wheat Pie Dough a go for a classically fun snack made with ingredients you know you can trust!
It’s official. Spring is here! We’re inspired to clear out the old and make room for the new. And that means our freezer, too. You haven’t forgotten about it, have you? Why, it’s more than just a chest to hold freezer burnt chicken and ice cream, you know!
Here’s our foolproof guide to spring cleaning your freezer … and stocking it with Wholly Wholesome!
- Take Inventory: First things first. Take a look at what you have crammed in your freezer. Is the homemade soup you made last month still worthy of bringing back to life? It’s time to make some tough decisions.
To toss or to keep? That is the question. Here’s a quick cheat sheet to help you decide:
Meat + Poultry + Seafood
Bacon: 1 month in the freezer
Chicken: 6 months in the freezer
Cold Cuts: 2 months in the freezer
Fish Fillets: 6 months in the freezer
Raw Shrimp: 6 months in the freezer
Dairy + Eggs
Block Hard Cheese: 6 months in the freezer
Block Semi-Hard Cheese: 6 months in the freezer
Milk: 3 months in the freezer
Tofu: 5 months in the freezer
Yogurt: 2 months in the freezer
- Eat, Recycle, Toss: Plan to eat the food that still looks healthy and toss or recycle the food that doesn’t.
Pro Tip: Take a quick look at the food containers and boxes that are recyclable and learn to reduce your environmental impact just by cleaning out your freezer. It’s as simple as that!
- Move It On Up: Now, take a deep breath. You’ve just made major headway! Re-organize your freezer so that older items are at the front and newer items are at the back. Of course, your Wholly Wholesome Pie Crusts will make their way to the front and center, right?
In general, 46 percent of people prefer pie over cake. Is apple pie your go-to? Do you believe pumpkin pie makes or breaks Thanksgiving dinner? Is Wholly Wholesome’s Fruit Jewel Pie your jam in the summer?
Then celebrate Pi Day with us!
Beginning March 1st, Wholly Wholesome will kick off its celebration of Pi Day, a nationally recognized holiday, with its “Pie for Pi Day” Campaign. We want to share our passion for creating delicious, allergen friendly and all-natural baked goods with you!
We’re asking all teachers out there to share your video or photo submissions with us demonstrating your class’ love for math (and pie) in honor of Pi Day. How will you make this March 14th a standout Pi Day using pie? Find a few helpful tips on Pinterest!
You and your school will have a chance to be named one of our “2016 Pi Heroes”! You could be celebrated on local television and radio. Plus, win twelve months of Wholly Wholesome pie. Math and pie. What could be better?
February is National Chocolate Lovers Month, and while your stomach may be chocolate-ed out from Valentine’s Day your heart tells you to reach for more. Yep, we get it. We’re chocolate lovers too!
To celebrate this indulgent ingredient, we’ve got three fantastic ways to enjoy that special decadence we call chocolate. Don’t miss ’em!
Chocolate Whipped Cream Pie
Light, sweet and infused with the temptation of chocolate, our Chocolate Whipped Cream Pie is just rich enough to keep your cravings at bay. Take one bite and you’ll want another!
Don’t underestimate the chocolate in this Cheesecake Pie. It may not be the star player, but it certainly is a key player! Give into the creamy vanilla cheesecake filling as it mingles with our flaky Chocolate Pie Crust and you’ll be in heaven.
Chocolate Raspberry Pie Tarts
Grab a jar of your favorite raspberry jam and layer in a handful of chocolate chips to transform our recipe for Hand Pies into a chocolate masterpiece. They’re so adorable, you’ll want to share them … Maybe.
We’ve begun the countdown to Valentine’s Day and this year, we’re pulling out all the stops! Looking for a way to truly impress the one you love? There’s no better way than with (drum roll please) pizza! Put-Your-Heart-In-It Pizza video recipe by Wholly Wholesome to be exact.
Fall head-over-heels in love with our Gluten Free Pizza Dough Ball – made with responsibly sourced palm fruit oil and a convenient pizza dough free from milk, eggs, wheat, shellfish, fish, peanuts, tree nuts, soy and corn.
- Walks on the beach in the moonlight.
- Fine dining in candlelight.
- And curling up under a warm blanket to watch a tender movie
All tend to beat out eating pizza with your significant other!
But you should still consider this seriously amazing recipe this Valentine’s Day! See you in the kitchen pizza lovers!