Wednesday, November 4, 2009

The King Biscuit Flour Hour

Sorella Bakery in West Deptford, New Jersey creates "biscottines" - mini biscotti cookies - in five varieties at its dedicated gluten-free and peanut-free bakery. Owner Phyllis Moffo, who started the company in 2004, hand-crafts her sweet treats in small batches using natural ingredients. She uses highly regarded Nielsen-Massey extracts exclusively and avoids artificial preservatives. Her cookies are made from a blend of rice and tapioca flours and potato starch, and come in Chocolate Chip, Chocolate Almond, Cinnamon Swirl, Hazelnut Anise and Vanilla flavors.

The biscottines can be ordered online through Sorella's website ($6 for a six-ounce bag, with free shipping when ordering a case of 12 bags) or through The cookies are sold locally at the Whole Foods Markets in Philadelphia and Marlton, New Jersey, and elsewhere in South Jersey at Springdale Farms in Cherry Hill, Gluten Free Dynasty in Pennsauken and the Grind House Cafe in Haddonfield.
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  1. Have you ever tried SCHAR gluten free products?? They make a fairly good pizza crust, bread crumbs,cookies, breadsticks and crackers. They also have breads and rolls, but I have not tried them. They are available at Wegmans, Giant and some Acme Mkts. {Giant Mkts are much cheaper for these products} Rhona, Jenkintown, PA