Awhile back I received a box of samples from Sweet Christine's Bakery in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania. Summer is the crazy busy season at my job so I am quite late on writing this post. In fact, things have been so busy that I haven't even been able to try everything I was sent! In early August Sweet Christine's sent me: a loaf of bread, a baguette, 6 small pizza crusts, a cookie, and a brownie. The day I received the package I immediately opened and shared the cookie and brownie with my stressed co-workers. The brownie was good and as I sit here writing this I wish I had another (ignore the fact that it's 9 am). The cookie had the taste and consistency of what I remember Chips Ahoy cookies tasting like, which isn't my preferred cookie, but for a prepackaged cookie is pretty good.
I must say I don't love the bread. It is a bit sweeter than I like. I haven't tried the baguette yet but it looks great and I'm keeping it in my freezer until I cook something worthy of serving it with (I'm imagining lasagna). The pizza crusts are interesting because it says you can use them as pizza crusts, or as wraps or quesadillas. It suggests to use a pizza stone or right on the oven rack versus on a baking sheet. I don't have a pizza stone and I was weary of cooking them right on the rack so I opted not to try them as pizza crusts. First I tried them as soft taco wrappers which didn't work so well, but as quesadillas I really liked them. I don't think I've had any quesadillas since going gluten free and these were great.
Sweet Christine's has a storefront in Kennett Square, but after doing some research on their website they do so much more. They are partnering with schools, colleges, and stadiums to get gluten free products available in places they traditionally aren't, which I think is great.