Gluten Free Mooless Moo
Jackfruit 'steak', gluten free craft ale & black pepper pie
It’s taken 19 years of rolling, mixing and baking but we’ve done it! Introducing our first plant based, gluten free pie.
This pie is from our Mooless Moo range and contains the same great filling as our Supreme Champion winning pie from the 2022 British Pie Awards. Worth a go, don’t you think?
Note: These pies have previously been frozen and we are shipping them to you via an ambient mode of transport (packed with ice packs to remain chilled) and are packed in a brown cardboard box of four.
They should arrive with you frozen. Assuming they do, they can be treated as such and go straight into your freezer.
GLUTEN FREE AND VEGAN? WE DID IT.
New! Pieminister Gravy
Place the pie on a baking tray into a pre-heated oven.
180°C • 160°C fan • 350°F • Gas mark 4 for 25 minutes
Defrost thoroughly in a refrigerator and then follow 'from fresh' cooking instructions.
Should not be re-frozen.
Jackfruit (19%), liquid soya (water, hulled soya beans, acidity regulators (dipotassium phosphate, monopotassium phosphate), calcium (calcium carbonate), flavourings, sea salt, stabiliser (gellan gum), vitamins (riboflavin (B2), B12, D2)), gluten-free craft ale (14%) (contains wheat & barley*), onion, rice flour, identity preserved palm oil**, carrot, maize starch, cornflour, tapioca starch, redcurrant jelly (brown sugar, water, redcurrant juice concentrate, lemon juice concentrate, gelling agent (pectin)), soya flour, yeast extract (yeast extract, salt), Worcester sauce (water, spirit vinegar, cane molasses, tamarind paste, salt, onion powder, cayenne, garlic, clove), tomato puree, mushroom powder, salt, prune, garlic, onion powder, rosemary, flavouring, leek powder, thyme, thickener (cellulose), gluten-free barley malt extract, caramelised sugar powder, baking powder (raising agents (sodium dihydrogen diphosphate, sodium bicarbonate, rice flour)), black pepper, buckwheat flour, rapeseed oil, garlic powder, carrot powder, sunflower oil, ground bay leaf.
*Gluten removed from wheat & barley during brewing process.
**Learn more about our certified sustainable, identity preserved palm oil, sourced from one of the world’s most sustainable deforestation-free producers, and our Pies, Planet, People sustainability goals at pieminister.co.uk/sustainability
For allergens see ingredients in bold. Also may contain traces of sesame and mustard.
|Typical values||Per 100g||Per pie|
|of which saturates||4.4||12.1|
|of which sugars||3.3||9.1|
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Our gluten free range has been certified as gluten free by Coeliac UK. They are made in a specific gluten free area of the kitchen to ensure there is no cross contamination. For this reason, we cannot send gluten free and classic pies out in the same box.
We offer free delivery on food orders of £40 & over. Otherwise, delivery is £6.
We aim to deliver pies to you within 4 - 5 working days. To guarantee freshness and a speedy delivery, orders can only be delivered from Tuesday – Friday.
Due to courier restrictions, we’re unable to deliver on weekends, Mondays, Bank Holidays, or the day following a Bank Holiday. This delivery information doesn't apply to Meal Kits, to find out more visit our Delivery & Returns page.
Christmas and New Year Delivery information
Order pies before midnight Sunday 17th in order to receive pies in time for Christmas.
Order pies before midnight Tuesday 26th in order to receive pies in time for NY.
We deliver across mainland UK, with some exceptions for parts of Scotland. If you’re planning a delivery in Scotland, please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org. Sorry, we can’t deliver to Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland at the moment.
Your pies will have a shelf life of up to 7 days and will need to be put in the fridge as soon as you take delivery of them.
Note: These pies have previously been frozen and we are shipping them to you via an ambient mode of transport (packed with ice packs to remain chilled). They should arrive with you frozen. Assuming they do, they can be treated as such and go straight into your freezer.