Helen's European Cuisine
Helen’s European Cuisine Gluten-Free Range
Helen’s European Cuisine has created a stunning range of gluten free products for the health conscious customer. Rather than making your own gluten free foods in-house, Helen’s makes life super easy and offers the following benefits:
- Portion control
- Reduced labour
- Reduced wastage
- Product consistency
- Long shelf life (fresh for 5-7 days; frozen for 10 months)
Available in three popular flavours, our gluten-free frittatas are made with premium 100% gluten-free ingredients. With no compromise on taste or quality, these wholesome frittatas are full of fresh vegetables and produce.
- Chorizo, Roast Potato, Red Pepper & Spinach
Spicy chorizo sausage with roast potato chunks, fire roasted red pepper strips, fresh baby spinach and a tasty blend of fetta and ricotta cheeses.
- Sweet Potato, Pumpkin, Spinach & Fetta
A wholesome blend of sweet potato and pumpkin chunks, oven-roasted with Spanish onion and herbs, combined with blanched baby spinach and crumbled fetta.
- Baby Spinach & Fetta
Blanched garden spinach and sautéed onion, combined with a creamy blend of fetta and tasty cheeses, seasoned and topped with crumbled fetta.
Helen’s Paleo loaf combines a bounty of seeds, nuts, vegetables and grains to create a loaf packed with ancient natures best. Perfect served as a healthy lunch with a fresh salad.
The Super Muffin
A collective of almond butter, pumpkin, honey, eggs, cinnamon, black chia, pumpkin seeds, cranberries and chocolate make this little sensation a true super food.
When quality and flavour are just as important as offering your customers healthy, well-presented foods, Helen’s European Cuisine makes everything incredibly easy for you. To discuss your requirements or to place your first order, contact Helen’s today.
Please note: Helen’s Gluten-Free products are made with premium 100% gluten-free ingredients, however they are still manufactured in the same commercial kitchen together with their regular, non gluten-free products. It is therefore possible that traces of gluten may be found