I'm home in Vermont for a few days and loving it. It's such a change from my daily life in the big city. While home I generally sit around and do nothing in my pajamas. My big activities today included two walks and a trip to the Co-Op. I then proceeded to bake a pumpkin pie and make dinner with my brother.
The Co-Op has a fairly large gluten free selection. It's where I get the Kinnikinnick graham crackers for the pumpkin pies. Today I picked up a vermont gluten free brownie. It looked like this:
And it was delicious. Way better than I was expecting. I love the co-op, but I've tried a few different freshly baked gluten free products from there with not much success. Often they are too dry, too crumbly, and the taste is not worth the calories. Not the case with this brownie. It was moist, stayed together, and worth every bite.
I like the idea of this company because it's a mother daughter team from my hometown of Barre. It makes me think that maybe one day I can start a little gluten free bakery of my own somewhere. In the mean time, I'm glad these ladies are around making gluten free treats to share with my fellow Vermonters.