With their new line of paleo-friendly baked goods, Toula and her crew of culinary miracle workers are staying true to their mission of providing alternative treats that don't taste, you know, "alternative."We've long been fascinated with the way 2B Whole's baked goods were full of flavor, but not of gluten. (Or sugar, or dairy, for that matter.) Now, with their new line of paleo-friendly baked goods, Toula and her crew of culinary miracle workers are staying true to their mission of providing alternative treats that don't taste, you know, "alternative." And after nibbling on their delicious version of a banana-chocolate muffin, we have three words in response: bless their hearts.
While many a gluten-free muffin or almond flour brownie might come off as gritty or dry, these breads, scones and muffins are so moist and fresh-tasting that they'd rival even the most decadent of baked indulgences. But that's just how the 2B Whole crew rolls: giving folks on restricted diets a way to indulge, without sacrificing quality or taste. Case in point: pie. With the likes of pumpkin, pecan, sweet potato and apple pies coming out of their oven, but with nary a speck of dairy, sugar or gluten in sight, we're pretty sure Toula and her kitchen might be wizards. Or at least very, very good at giving alternative foods a better rep. (Or maybe both—that gluten-free banana chocolate muffin sure tasted magical.)
Scones, $4 apiece
Paleo Breads, $9 per loaf
Muffins, $6 for a 4-pack
Pies, $7-$12 (5"); $27-$35 (9")
Hours: Thursday, 12 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Friday & Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.