Stella's - GF Vegan Perogies, 520g


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Stella's - GF Vegan Perogies, 520g

Brand - Stella's
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Quick Description

Get your hands on these delicious gluten-free perogies by Stella’s, filled with a range of tasty flavours and pre-boiled for your convenience! 

Key Information

  • Pre-boiled for ease of cooking
  • Gluten-free
  • Frozen for ultimate freshness
  • GMO-free
  • Soy-free
  • Made in Alberta, Canada
  • Frozen / Refrigerated

Product Overview

These scrummy little Stella's Gluten-Free Vegan Perogies are an excellent thing to keep stored in the freezer at all times as they can be whipped out and fried, boiled or steamed at any moment.

Come home from a night out? Throw a couple of these bad boys in a pan and you’ve got yourself the perfect warming, filling and salty snack. The same goes for an impromptu gathering on a cold evening, these little delights will fill the bellies of the masses!

Proudly free from gluten, soy, GMO, egg, and dairy, Stella's Gluten-Free Vegan Perogies are a universal hit, loved by many and suitable for vegans and those with certain food sensitivities. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Are gluten-free perogies different from wheat ones?

There may be a slight difference in flavour that you notice between gluten-free and wheat perogies due to the different flours used. 

Be sure to keep these perogies frozen till the moment you cook them. They are made using rice flour which tends to dehydrate as it thaws. If the pastry dehydrates too much, it will crumble and you’ll end up with a pile of mush! 

Are perogies good for you?

Stella’s GF Vegan Perogies are definitely on the healthier side, as they are free from preservatives and GMO ingredients. 

Perogies are relatively high in carbohydrates as they are usually comprised of flour and potato. So, even though they are incredibly tasty, they are probably best eaten in moderation.