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Beefy’s gluten free pies (Queensland)

Beefy’s gluten free pies have a great reputation amongst coeliacs and I finally had the chance to try one whilst in Maroochydore on the Sunshine Coast.

The owner’s son has coeliac disease which is how the gluten free options came about – you can read more about the Beefy’s gluten free story here. The pies are also endorsed by Coeliac Australia

The pies and sausage rolls are all sealed and heated in the bag and the chips are gluten free too! I tried the steak with cracked pepper pie which was delicious and you can see the flakey pastry in the picture below.

When I first walked past Beefy’s it was around 9.30am in the morning and it was full of tradies having a pie for breakfast! If you are visiting closer to the close of business, it is a good idea to ring ahead to make sure there is a warm gluten-free pie available.

There are also gluten free cakes and they have fantastic cross contamination controls in place (they showed me the well marked gluten free box with the utensils and bags for the GF products).

The Maroochydore store has indoor and outdoor casual seating which I expect is typical of the other stores as well.

seating at Beefy's

Beefy’s has ten locations around Queensland (see list below) but if you can’t visit in person, there is a range of gluten free packs available for delivery anywhere in Australia. The packs include a gluten free starter pack if you haven’t tried the pies before as well as full size and party size packs.

If you are regular visitor, sign up for their rewards club to get special deals!

Locations

  • Aussie World, Palmview
  • Buderim
  • Buddina
  • Cannon Hill
  • Gypmie
  • Glasshouse Mountains
  • Mango Hill (with drive through)
  • Maroochydore
  • Ningi (with drive through)
  • North Lakes (with drive through)

www.beefys.com.au

 

For other Sunshine Coast eateries, see the Sunshine Coast 100% gluten free listing.

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About the Author: Caroline was diagnosed with Coeliac disease in 2006 and likes to share her gluten free finds around the UK, Australia and the rest of the world! See more on her in the 'About' page. .

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