My Discovery of Immaculate Products and a 30-minute meal to Celebrate it

pizza rollsHoly cow do I have good news for you! While perusing the shelves at our local Earth Fare I found an amazing aisle of goodies in the refrigerated section. On the top shelf sat Immaculate brand crescent rolls, blueberry scones, and pie dough! All of which, I found out are atleast soy free, dairy free, egg free and even GMO free (most are even vegan!). So far these are the only three products I have tried by Immaculate but they have a whole list of deliciousness! To celebrate having crescent rolls for the first time in over a year (boo Pillsbury for using soy), I have made an American classic that we all know and love, pizza rolls!

All you have to do is wrap a half of a cheese stick and a couple pepperoni into the crescent dough and bake at 350 for 12-14 minutes. I even put a little butter on top for added goodness. But, of course there are several other things you can stuff in these crescents from spinach and pesto to tomato and basil. The crescents are also just as good by themselves. As for the blueberry scones, they taste as good as they sound. And the pie dough made an excellent apple pie, but tastes a little different raw, I wouldn’t encourage eating it precooked.

To find and try Immaculate for yourself, use their nifty store locator! Hope you all are just as excited as I was to learn about these amazing products! Happy eating!


2 Comments Add yours

  1. David Esq. says:

    If you are in the mood for a great pizza nothing beats a homemade pie. I’ve made a lot of these lately and can say that it beats any diverted pizza and many in-restaurant pizzas. Check it out and if you do give it a try, let me know how it goes. Great pizza at home.
    A more detailed description method on Making Perfect Pizza

  2. Denise says:

    I’m so glad I found your blog! It took me 6 years to figure out that I’m soy intolerant and not many people understand just how many products are made with soy ingredients (not to mention the hidden soy ingredients). I look forward to exploring your recipes! 🙂

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