A few years ago, Allen Parker launched WOE Pizza to give people a healthy pizza option that still tasted delicious. Now the food entrepreneur has expanded his offerings to WOE Bakery, which offers “bronutz” (keto brownie donuts) and other yummy baked goods that meet the needs of people searching for keto, low carb and gluten-free treats. (Pictured below: lemon blueberry bronutz)
“What you eat is either victory or defeat.” Allen Parker, founder of WOE Pizza.
WOE Pizzas are made fresh, then frozen for ‘take and bake’ at home. Customers can order their pizzas by Wednesday night and then pick them up on Friday at WOE Pizza in Moline. The pizza options include breakfast, specialty, vegan+keto plus build-your-own pizzas.
You can also find WOE Pizzas at Hy-Vee locations in the Quad Cities. Several local eateries also serve Woe Pizza or bronutz including: Bad Boyz Pizza & Pub, Café Fresh, Iron & Grain Coffee House and Jennie’s Boxcar, which offers specialty street tacos with keto shells.
Local food-based businesses in the Quad Cities have discovered the best defense against the economic challenges of the past year of COVID-19 is to work together. They cross promote on social media and encourage their customers to eat local. The results? Plenty of unique and delicious eating options. Plus in the case of WOE Pizza – mouth-watering pizza options for those pursuing a healthier lifestyle.