Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Wewalka European Doughs - Product Reveiw

I was recently lucky enough to get this Wewalka European Dough house party.  It came with a ton of cool giveaways, insulated bags, oven mitts, pens, magnetic shopping lists, measuring spoons, a very nice apron, $2 coupons for the gift bags and $15 worth of free product.  My favorite part is always the free product.

This was probably one of the better house party packs I have received in quite a while.  It had a lot of stuff in the box, it's always nice to get a decent box of stuff.  You can tell this company really cares by what is in the box.

So being that I am a post bariatric patient, and I don't really eat much bread or bread products, so I decided to make something healthy or at least more healthy than my original thoughts of Pizza pizza!  I did end up getting about 6 bundles of doughs, they have puff pastry, Bistro style pizza, and family style pizza and crescents (which unfortunately they were out of, but I plan to go back to get those eventually too).  They are very reasonably priced at about $3 in the Giant by my house.  Sadly not every supermarket sells them yet.  I also found that they freeze very well if you find them on sale and want to stock up on them.  Just leave them out on your counter for a few hours and they will be good to go.

I ended up making a spinach pie with the puff pastry dough.  It was delish!  I used one pouch of the puff pastry dough, a 10oz bag of chopped spinach, shallots, garlic, olive oil and feta cheese crumbles.  I can't tell you how great it was!  If you want the complete recipe you can find it on my Food Blog, Mangia or you can hit it up through the link to the right.

All in all this was some pretty good dough.  I would highly recommend it over the other canned ones, it is definitely less expensive and in my opinion tastes much better.

I give Wewalka 5 puppy paws and that my friends is the BEST you can get!  Its tasty, versatile and inexpensive!