Our Cotswold Blue Pies are made with the finest vegetarian suet to produce a lovely crisp crust and velvety texture inside.
We use a combination of Simon Weaver's award winning Organic Cotswold Blue Brie cheese with broccoli, leeks, peas, double cream, wholegrain mustard and tarragon.
Best served warm these pies will make any mealtime a real treat.
After a day working outside, we like to eat ours with heaps of mashed potato, carrots and veggie gravy – yummy.
After purchase, store in the fridge and use within 3-4 days.
served warm, heat in a medium oven 180°C/375°F
or Gas mark 4 for approx 15-20 mins. Can be eaten at room temperature,
but the pastry is crispier when warmed.
Not recommended for microwave.
Suitable for freezing, allow the cotswold blue pie to thaw before following heating instructions above.
Allergens: dairy, mustard, wheat.
The Weavers have been farming in the Cotswolds for the past three generations, and in the South West of England since before 1570. They proudly follow a traditional method of organic farming, and place great store in caring for the land and animal welfare. Their closed organic herd enjoy a forage-based diet, and their milk production is not forced. They know that if their 'girls' are happy, their cheeses will taste great too.
In 2006, their Organic Cotswold Blue-Veined Brie won Best Organic Product at the World Cheese Awards.
It's a wonder more people don't have broccoli for breakfast as it contains twice the Vitamin C of an orange and almost as much calcium as whole milk – and its calcium is more easily absorbed. It's packed with vitamins, minerals and fibre.
It works hard to protect us from cancer, osteoporosis and high blood pressure and when we eat it, it's doing our digestive systems the world of good.
As a member of the sulphur family which includes onions and garlic, leeks also have healing sulphur compounds but in milder amounts making them easier to digest than standard onions and more appealing to children.
Packed full of nutritional nutrients and fibre they have laxative, antiseptic, diuretic, and anti-arthritic properties.
The little mustard seed packs a mighty punch, it can acts as a diuretic, blood purifier and stimulant for body energy, circulation and heat.
These cute little greenies are an excellent source of vitamins and minerals and protein. They work wonders for our liver and stomach, spleen and pancreas.