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You have to read this post if you feel pie-deprived ever since becoming gluten free. I used to love pie and pie was always my first choice for dessert if it was an option. However, as a gluten free gal now, pie is no longer something I choose. Why? because gluten free pie crust is usually lackluster, bland and too thin, making the entire pie eating experience a major disappointment.
Then I found Katz’s Gluten Free pies at the grocery store (Sprouts) and my pie-deprived days were long gone.
I noticed both Katz Gluten Free Apple and Katz Gluten Free Pumpkin pies in stock (I purchased the pies around the Thanksgiving holiday). I bought both, eager to try them.
Each personal Katz gluten free pie is personal sized (6 inches). Even though it’s marked as a personal sized pie, the pie serves four. The pies come pre-baked and frozen. Each pie requires about 20 minutes of oven time to warm up.
First up on the gluten free pie tasting agenda was Katz Gluten Free Apple Pie. One bite and I knew the story line would be that this pie is amazing. Simply put, “Yum!” The crust was flaky like a pie crust should be, and the filling was sweet with a generous amount of apples.
I tried to be good and only eat one slice of the pie, but who was I kidding, I gobbled the entire thing up in one night. I didn’t feel like I was depriving myself by eating gluten free. I felt like a normal pie-eating gal again.
Knowing how much I enjoyed the apple pie, the pumpkin pie began calling my name the next day. Who was I kidding? The pie was was not going to last more than a day in this house without entering my belly. After heating up the Katz Gluten Free Pumpkin Pie, I just dove right in and enjoyed every delicious bite of it. It may not look as fancy out of the box as the picture on the box looks, but it sure tastes delicious and that’s all the matters here at Good For You Gluten Free.
Good news for those suffering from multiple food allergies. The pumpkin variety is not only gluten free, but also free from dairy, soy and nut. (Calories: 160 per serving; 4 servings).
Overall, I am very excited and pleased with Katz Gluten Free Pies. Since gobbling up both pies, I’ve since learned that Katz makes blueberry and cherry pie varieties too – all gluten free, of course.
The only issue with Katz Gluten Free pies is that they are hard to find! I went back to Sprouts only to find they are seasonal items. So if you want more, I suggest you stock up and order some online. Simply visit Katz Gluten Free on Amazon, stock up on delicious pies (perfect to bring with you when going out to a friend’s house), and enjoy! No need to run around town trying to track down these delightful little pies – they will come to you! Order now by clicking on this link.
This post contains affiliate links; all opinions about Katz Gluten Free are those of Good For You Gluten Free