You’ll Brake for This Breakfast

 - by Wholly Wholesome

Mom and Dad’s are hurried, the kids are back in school, homework is piling up and the recipe ideas for a nutritious, fast and easy breakfast have dried up faster than a wet cheetah sprinting.

Slow down! Wholly Wholesome can help with dishes designed especially for September’s National Breakfast Month.


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Studies show that eating breakfast makes you sharper. It allows your body to focus and be more alert by eliminating the belly rumbles and giving you fuel to rocket through the day.

Wholly Wholesome loves breakfast. Try starting your morning with this Wholesome Chocolate Chestnut Pop Tart recipe. You can make it the night before and enjoy a nutritious, yummy, stress-free morning.

Save your stomach’s circumference with these Gluten Free French Style Beignets. Your donut craving will be satisfied in a healthier way.

And who doesn’t love Cinnamon rolls? We have a gluten free version featuring pecans that will let you indulge without the guilt.

Eat breakfast during National Breakfast Month with Wholly Wholesome and enjoy! Share your breakfast recipes with us here.

You’ll Reach for This Peach

 - by Wholly Wholesome

August is National Peach Month! Celebrate with Wholly Wholesome pie shells – the perfect compliment for one of our favorite fruits!


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The facts about peaches are astounding! One large peach has 68 calories and provides 19% of an adult’s daily value for vitamin C, 11% of vitamin A and 10% of potassium. Peaches are part of the rose family. Think Georgia produces the most peaches? Actually, California wins the prize for the most of our fuzzy little friends.

So what do we do with a plethora of fresh peaches? Wholly Wholesome bakes them (and you can too)!

Try our recipes for Peach Pie Fries, Blueberry and Peach Hand Pies, and the best of the best- Peachy Keen IPA Beer Pie.

Share your favorite peach recipe with Wholly Wholesome and we’ll post it for the world to see! What are you waiting for? Let’s get to baking!

Celebrating Celiac Awareness Month

 - by Wholly Wholesome

This month, we’re supporting Celiac Awareness Month, by not only encouraging a discussion about the disease, but providing those who suffer from it with delicious gluten free meals to enjoy!

Celebrating Celiac Awareness Month

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For those who are not familiar, 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!

Gluten Free Fudge BrowniesFor all  the chocolate lovers, our Wholly Gluten Free Fudge Brownies will curb your next craving! These fudgey brownies are made with quality ingredients such as, natural cocoa powder, eggs and pure vanilla extract. Free from milk, wheat, shellfish, fish, peanuts, tree nuts, soy and corn, our Fudge Brownies are excellent alone and served on a sundae!

Join us on Pinterest for more delicious gluten free recipes to enjoy not just this month, but all year long!

Hip, Hip, Hooray for Healthy Kids Day

 - by Wholly Wholesome

With Summer approaching, it’s time to get those kids off the couch and active. There’s no better way to kick start that than by participating in Healthy Kids Day!


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Put on by the YMCA, Healthy Kids Day is a day full of fun to help get kids excited about staying active all summer long! Every YMCA in the country will be taking part in this day on April 29th, so look for your local Y and join in on the fun!

While you and your child are waiting for Healthy Kids Day, enjoy a fun and active game of hot lava. Lay pillows and cushions around your living room or basement and pretend the ground is hot lava. Encourage your child to jump from cushion to cushion trying not to touch the ground!
Wholly Gluten Free Pizza Dough Ball
Now all this activity requires a healthy and satisfying snack! So, fuel your child with a wholesome and tasty snack, like our Gluten Free Deep Dish Pizza Bites! Our pizza bites are made from our Gluten Free Pizza Dough Ball, which are free of the top eight allergens (milk, eggs, wheat, shellfish, fish, peanuts, tree nuts and soy).

Keep your kids full and healthy all summer long with tasty recipes even a picky eater will love! Click here to give them a try!

You Won’t be Blue on Blueberry Pie Day

 - by Wholly Wholesome

Now it’s no surprise that we love a good pie. And we love blueberries, not only do they taste great but they are rich in antioxidants such as flavonoid making them a great brain food! So you can imagine how excited we are to celebrate a day that combines two of our favorite treats!

Blueberry Pie Day

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In honor of Blueberry Pie Day on the 28th, we’re taking our love of pie to the next level. We’ve gathered some tasty recipes to help you celebrate!

Blueberry Pie Smoothie: Who says you can’t have pie for breakfast? Blend together frozen blueberries, yogurt, oats and all your favorite pie seasonings for a satisfying smoothie to start off your day!

Blueberry Pie Hand Pies: Create a delicious and easy blueberry hand pie with our Traditional Organic Pie Dough! Simply cut our pie dough into squares and place a scoop of pie filling in each one.

Easy Blueberry Pie: However, if you’re looking for an easy way to enjoy this day, try one of our premium all natural and organic frozen pies. These bake-at-home pies give you the homemade taste you’re looking for without sweating it out in the kitchen!

Craving more delicious sweet treats? Visit our Pinterest page for all the recipe inspiration you’ll ever need!

An Easter Brunch that Pops

 - by Wholly Wholesome

With Easter approaching, it’s time to start planning a delicious menu your family and friends will love. Our favorite part of any menu is dessert! Join us in celebrating Easter with this simple recipe!

Make Your Easter a Little Bit Sweeter

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Peach Pie Pops

Wholly Wholesome Traditional Organic Pie Dough
Peach preserve
Egg wash
Granulated Sugar

Preheat oven to 350º and line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Roll out the pie dough and using a glass, begin to cut out circles. Continue this process until you have used all the dough.

Place a dollop of peach preserves in the middle of each circle. Brush the edges of the pie dough with egg wash and place another circle on top crimping the edges to seal. Bake for 15 minutes and enjoy!

For more recipes on how to make your Easter menu a little bit sweeter, visit
our Pinterest board!

Picky Eaters Pick These Recipes!

 - by Wholly Wholesome

picky eater's guide

This month, we’re taking on the National Nutrition Month challenge and looking to get our families excited about eating good-for-you foods … without giving up our favorite treats. But when you have picky eaters in your home, it can be challenging to get them excited about healthy snacks.

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Let’s put a spin on some popular kid-approved snacks!

    1. Mini Doughnuts: With a few simple ingredients, you can create sweet mini doughnuts in minutes. Roll Wholly Wholesome Gluten Free Pizza Dough into golf ball sized balls and fry them in vegetable oil. Once cool, roll them in cinnamon and sugar for a healthier alternative to your favorite doughnuts.


    1. Pizza Roll UpsPizza Roll Ups: The next time your little one is craving an after-school snack, skip the frozen pizza bites and try a healthier homemade alternative instead. Roll out Wholly Wholesome Gluten Free Pie Dough and cut out 12 rectangles. Fill each rectangle with mozzarella cheese and peperoni pieces. Carefully roll each rectangle into a ball and place in a greased baking dish. Bake for 20 minutes at 400 degrees and serve this kid approved tasty snack with marinara sauce!


  1. Toaster Pastry: Put a healthy twist on this on-the-go breakfast by whipping up a healthier version. Unroll Wholly Wholesome Whole Wheat Organic Pie Dough and cut into six small rectangles. Fill each rectangle with your favorite jam and top with another piece of dough. Seal the edges with a fork and brush with an egg wash. Once baked and golden, you’ll have a healthier alternative your child will love!


So go ahead and indulge this month with a little help from Wholly Wholesome. Our all natural and gluten free baked goods help make your favorite treats better for you and your kids. For more mouth-watering recipe ideas, visit our Pinterest page updated weekly.

Guide to Making the Most of National Nutrition Month

 - by Wholly Wholesome


This month, we’re focusing on what we put in our bodies in celebration of National Nutrition Month. After scouring the Internet, these are our favorite tasty and nutritious recipes to help you celebrate right along with us all month long.

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Acai Bowls: Craving a delicious and refreshing breakfast? Then give one of these Fitness Magazine approved acai bowls a try. This thick smoothie bowl is simple to make and can be topped with your favorite fixings. We love topping our bowls with rows of tasty ingredients such as fresh fruit, shaved coconut and Mixed Berry MetaBall.


Chocolate Chia Seed Pudding: Chia seeds are full of antioxidants and Omega-3s, making them a powerhouse ingredient. Chia seed pudding is easy to make and is great for an on-the-go breakfast.  We love this decadent Overnight Chocolate Chia Seed Pudding from Minimalist Baker. Try topping it with Chocolate Brownie MetaBall and raspberries for a sweet treat.


Overnight Oats: These Overnight Oats from Skinny Taste are a simple way to enjoy a filling breakfast. Place your oats, milk and toppings in a jar and shake to combine. Refrigerate them overnight and you’ll have a convenient breakfast to enjoy in the morning. We love topping our oats with chopped Apple Pie MetaBall.


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Oh My, It’s a Pi Day Celebration!

 - by Wholly Wholesome


Calling all educators! March 14th is Pi Day and we’re celebrating this mathematical constant with fun classroom activities and treats you’ll want to make long after Pi Day is over.

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  1. Are you looking for fun ways to celebrate this holiday in your classroom? Try bringing in Wholly Wholesome All Natural Frozen Pies, let your class find Pi and then enjoy a slice!

  3. Or, after discussing the significance of the number, host a pie eating contest for all your students!

  5. Go savory and host a pizza party for your class! Use Wholly Wholesome Gluten Free Pizza Dough Ball to bake a few pizzas the night before. Once Pi Day arrives, have your class find Pi before digging into each pizza! Take it one step further and have them find the measurement of each Pepperoni!


For more fun ideas on how to celebrate to National Pi Day, check out these tasty
3.14 Pie Recipes

The Perfect Pizza Party Recipe

 - by Wholly Wholesome

pizza party
Who doesn’t love pizza night? Ditch delivery and get creative in the kitchen for the perfect pizza night.

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Enjoying homemade pizza doesn’t mean you have to spend hours in the kitchen. Make pizza night easy and delicious by whipping up creations using Wholly Wholesome Gluten Free Pizza Dough Ball. If you’re struggling with some yummy topping combinations, don’t worry. We’ve cooked up a delicious idea you’ll be dying to try.

Soppressata Pizza:pizza

Wholly Wholesome Gluten Free Pizza Dough

1 jar of pizza sauce

1/4 pound of fresh mozzarella

1/4 cup of grated parmesan cheese

1/4 cup pickled sweet cherry peppers, seeded and sliced

2 oz. sliced hot soppressata, cut into strips

1 small head radicchio, sliced

Extra-virgin olive oil

Dried oregano


  1. Thaw dough in the refrigerator overnight before your pizza night.
  2. Roll out pizza dough into desired shape on a cornmeal dusted surface, in between two pieces of parchment paper.
  3. Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Transfer rolled dough on a pan and spread with pizza sauce leaving a border
  4. Top with one-quarter each of the mozzarella, parmesan, cherry peppers, soppressata and radicchio.
  5. Bake for 12-15 minutes or until the crust browns.