Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Thanksgiving Roundup: Bay Area Availability 2010

This post is a work in progress. I will edit and update as I get more information from bakeries and others. For now, though, here is a list of gluten free offerings to help you through your Thanksgiving. And you die hard cooks out there, don't fret. In the days to come I will be posting a round-up of favorite gluten free Thanksgiving recipes, including pies! 

Miglets in Danville is offering Pumpkin, pecan and Apple Pie. Also, cupcakes (carrot, pumpkin, apple cinnamon raisin and chai), sugar cookies and pumpkin whoopie pies to mix up that dessert table. Pickup on the 24th, and deadline is NOVEMBER 10th. 925.831.9016

Mariposa Bakery in Oakland is offering Apple, Apple Cranberry, Pumpkin and Pecan pie as well as Apple Gallette for you fruit lovers. Chocolate cake and cheesecake provide some variety, and stuffing cubes, cornbread and dinner rolls help with the savory side of the menu. Pickup starting November 18th (some products are frozen). Preorder through November 22, 5 PM. 510-595-0955.

Zest Bakery is offering a Thanksgiving survival kit which includes Bread: dinner rolls or corn bread muffins; Stuffing: dry stuffing mix with fresh herbs; Dessert: pumpkin pie, dutch apple pie, pecan pie, or pumpkin cheesecake. Orders taken until they sell out. 650-241-ZEST (650-241-9378). 

Upper Crust continues to offer gluten-free pies, including apple, berry and pumpkin through retailers, including Whole Foods, Andronico's. You can place special orders through your retailers bakery department!


Whole Foods offers frozen pies, muffins, bread, rolls, etc. through their Gluten-Free bakehouse. What other products from Whole Foods are you eying this Thanksgiving? 

Gluten Free Gourmet has opened a storefront in Campbell. They are offering apple, pumpkin and pecan pie. They also have French Bread Baguettes, Rosemary Baguettes, Fudgy Brownies, Carrot Cake, Chocolate Chip Cookies and Zucchini Muffins.  Orders taken up to 11/19/2010 at 5pm. 408-887-6141.

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  2. I wish there is a gluten-free bakehouse near my place like Whole Foods. I only want to serve my family gluten free products because its more healthy.

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