Yes! Pies freeze wonderfully. Just stick yours in the freezer for up to 3 months. When you are ready to enjoy, remove from freezer and let the pie thaw at room temperature with the box open. To re-crisp crust, place on a cookie sheet in a 375 degree oven for 5–10 minutes. Enjoy within 5 days of thawing.
According to the FDA, food bearing a “gluten-free” claim, whether manufactured to be gluten-free or inherently free of gluten, must contain below 20ppm (parts per million) gluten. All of our gluten-free products have been tested in a 10ppm or less lab, and are in compliance with the FDA rule.
Since there is gluten in our facility, we are not a certified gluten-free facility.
Any product that has not been tested is labeled “wheat free.” The wheat-free products are prepared in the same way as our gluten-free products — they just have not been tested.
This gets a little more complicated during the holidays because the wheat-free pies are often made at the same time as the full-gluten pies and the risk for airborne contamination is greater. For this reason, we do not plan on labeling our Wheat-Free pies as Gluten-Free. There are no ingredients that contain gluten in any Wheat-Free item.
We are not a retail store, but always have something on hand for sale. If you are looking for something specific, please pre-order by email or phone. We are usually in the shop 8 to 4, Monday thru Friday.
To order, call Aubrey at 603-588-2169, or email: email@example.com
To pick up your order at the Bakery in Antrim, please call or email to order. Pick up is also available in Dublin, NH. We also cater weddings and other sweets parties! Get in touch to talk.
There is a flavor-of-the-week list posted on Facebook each week. We can also ship a 9-inch pie through USPS.
We use a RSPO-certified, sustainable, organic, palm shortening. Learn more about the RSPO certification click here.
“My family adores your pies!” — A. Hannigan
“You make the BEST macaroons and they're gluten-free!!!!” — Jennifer C.
“Got a gluten-free brownie at a market/garden center in Vermont. Fantastic!” — C. Terrapin