Fire-Roasted Poblano & Chihuahua Cheese Empanada

Poblano peppers are fire-roasted and blended with Chihuahua Cheese and spices and baked in our flavorful pastry.

Traditional Sampler

Pleezin' Polenta Cakes, Vegetarian Pastitsio & Broccoli Croquettes

Vegetarian Combo I

Spinach Bites, Butternut Squash Risotto Cakes & Cuban Black Bean Cakes

Spinach Empanadas

These spinach pastries are filled with tender spinach, Vidalia onions, and a blend of 3 cheeses

Greek Vegetarian Lasagna

Gluten-free macaroni is baked in a cheese-bechamel sauce and in the middle are lentils braised in a roasted vegetable sauce.

Spinach Gnocchi in Sage Brown Butter Sauce

Handmade spinach gnocchi in a sage brown butter sauce with Parmesan reggiano.

Lemon Asparagus Couscous Cakes

Our couscous is cooked in our homemade vegetable broth and blended with fresh asparagus, lemon zest and Parmesan Reggiano and then baked until slightly golden.

Chilies Rellenos & Black Bean Cakes

Poblano peppers are fire roasted and baked with cheese and chipotle pepper sauce. Served with our delicious Cuban Black Bean Cakes – it’s more than a bite, its a meal.

Pumpkin Quinoa Cakes

Pumpkin, quinoa and root vegetables come together to form this delicious small savory bite. Our blend of spices offer hints of pumpkin pie, just not so sweet.

Sweet Potato Gnocchi in Sage Brown Butter Sauce

Sweet potato is blended with ricotta and Parmesan Reggiano and hand rolled into tender, bite-size dumplings. Sweet, savory and very satisfying.

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Welcome to Foodie Bites

Foodie Bites is a new line of small, savory bites that offers vegetarian and meat varieties, as well as many gluten-free recipes. Inspired by a love of food from a wide range of cultures, Foodie Bites creates comfort foods, in bite-size portions that are healthy and delicious. We use many local and organic ingredients in our recipes to ensure that our small bites are fresh, support our local economy.

Our foods are free of pesticide residue, hormones and antibiotics. When selecting ingredients, we use organic produce, particularly for the ‘dirty dozen’ varieties that typically contain high levels of pesticide residue. The meat and dairy products we use come from animals that are free range and not treated with antibiotics or growth hormones.