Review: Soodles Bake Shop Pumpkin Pie & Dinner Rolls - Celiac Disease
Nov 30 2015

Review: Soodles Bake Shop Pumpkin Pie & Dinner Rolls

We have been fans of Soodles Bake Shop since we first sampled their products a couple of years ago. When I ran out of time to make some gluten-free goodies for Thanksgiving, I turned to them to rescue me. Not only are all of their products gluten-free, but they are also free of the top 8 allergens, except coconut. This is music to my ears now that I am avoiding dairy in addition to gluten. I purchased a Pumpkin Pie and Dinner Rolls and it was the best $23 choice I made all week!

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The pie comes frozen, so you need to defrost in the refrigerator before serving. The label said 4-6 hours in the refrigerator, but ours was still partially frozen after that, so I let it sit out for an additional 30 minutes. I can’t even begin to put into words how amazing this pie is! I expected it to be good, but I am talking maybe “Best Ever” good.

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The dinner rolls are also stored frozen and can be defrosted on the counter or heated in the microwave. Both Jon and I fell in love with these rolls! While we served them with butter (Earth Balance for me), they were great on their own or dipped in a little turkey gravy.

Soodles Bake Shop goods can be found in several places around the Columbus area,in addition to their brick and mortar store. They can also be ordered online and shipped to you.

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