Callie's Hot Little Biscuit's new gluten-free biscuits coming in September

September is National Biscuit Month


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Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit will unveil its new gluten-free line on Sept. 1, including frozen and reheatable biscuits and gluten-free buttermilk biscuit mix.

“For years our customers have asked us to create a gluten-free version of our signature
buttermilk biscuit so that they can experience a Callie’s biscuit,” said Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit founder Carrie Morey.
[content-1] Morey developed a recipe and tested it at the Callie's storefronts in Charleston, Atlanta and Charlotte.

“The response was overwhelming. Our eatery staff was able to share the immediate feedback of customers with the bakery," Morey said. "It was key in creating a gluten-free recipe for a tender biscuit with the cake-like texture that our customers
love."

Callie's customers can order the gluten-free option along with one of six other frozen biscuit flavors: classic buttermilk, cheese and chive, country ham, sharp cheddar, blueberry, cinnamon and bourbon maple.

The release of the gluten-free line coincides with Callie's 15th anniversary. Morey's biscuits are now available in over 2,000 retailers in the U.S. and Canada.

Orders can be placed at Callie's Hot Little Biscuit (476 1/2 King St.) and online at calliesbiscuits.com. [location-1]

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