Recently I had the chance to try some delicious food from GeeFree Foods. I tried their version of gluten-free pigs in a blanket, chicken pot pie and cheeseburger bites- just in time for the Super Bowl! GeeFree is the only manufacturers of all natural gluten free puff pastry dough and appetizers. They recently became certified by Project Non-GMO. Their proteins are nitrate, hormone and antibiotic free and they never use corn or soy! They are a small startup company with all three partners being gluten-free (I always love it when people that sell the product are gluten-free, they get us).
On Monday nights we take turns having dinner over at friend’s houses. This Monday night my husband and I happened to be hosting and I presented the items to my gluten-eating friends. Who better to taste test the items than people who are used to eating gluten! They showed up with a little apprehension because usually anything I share with them that is gluten-free tastes different of funny to them.
The pigs in a blanket were a hit. Almost everyone commented on the flavor of the sausage with it. The dough around it did look gluten-free but the taste and the actual sausage inside was a huge hit! Paired with mustard these were so yummy!
The chicken pot pie was everyone’s favorite. My friend Robbie, who loves his carbs and just food in general, stated he would buy the chicken pot pie- he loved it (and he is not gluten-free). The size is a great portion for one however, you may need to add a little salt, one person commented that it could use a tad more. I don’t think that is a bad thing, in my mind it is better to under salt than over salt.
All in all I think I would buy these if I was having friends over or to bring with me to a party or gathering to have options. The portions were better than most gluten-free frozen foods I have purchased, however, I am not quite sure about price. All three of the items needed to cook longer than suggested so I would keep a close eye on them, I probably had to cook each 3-5 minutes longer. They be found at Native Sun and Earth Fare locally.
Have you had these before? What do you think?