Whole Grain Bakery
Made from Scratch with Fresh-Ground Flour
Whole Wheat Can't Be Good!
Who would eat a whole wheat cookie? It's a fair question. But you see, not all whole wheat is created equal. We start with fresh whole grains that we grind into flour ourselves.
Most people who don't think they like whole grain products have never tried ones made from fresh flour. Fresh flour tastes very different from anything you can buy in the grocery store. It's sweet and mild in flavor - not bitter at all. Our products are light, fluffy and full of flavor.
We've developed our recipes to be delicious, satisfying and nutritious without the addition of any white flour.
It's TRUE! Tens of thousands of whole grain loaves, cookies, slices and pounds have come out of our ovens. Folks aren't buying that stuff to make US feel good!
Gluten Free & Paleo
The SC Real Foods' Whole Grain Bakery is a regional pioneer in the development of gluten free and grain free baked goods that are not only delicious, but also nutritious. We push the boundaries of dietary needs and food trends forward to keep you happy and satisfied within your restrictions.
While we aren't a certified gluten free kitchen, if you're avoiding gluten or even grains, we have several fresh-baked wholesome options so that you won't miss out.
Reduced Sugar & Sugar Free
You don't need or want all that sugar that traditional bakeries give you. We nearly always cut the amount of sugar back in our recipes by 20%-50%. We even produce several recipes that have no added sugar of any kind.
Our sweeteners are better for you! We use organic cane sugar, honey, maple syrup, coconut sugar, and dates. We also use sucanat, which is a more unrefined variety of cane sugar that actually contains minerals like iron & magnesium. Pretty cool, huh?
We've discovered that not only is eating less sugar better for your health, giving you more freedom to eat healthy baked goods, less sugar allows the high-quality ingredients and flavors to shine. You can TASTE your food so much better when it's not being overpowered by unnecessary sweetness.