Baltimore has two Whole Foods Markets: One in Mount Washington and one in Harbor East. There are also locations in Annapolis, Silver Spring, Gaithersburg, Bethesda, and Rockville. I will be writing about the Mount Washington and Harbor East locations, because those are the only two that I have visited in the area.
Anyway, Baltimore's Whole Foods Markets offer selections from their Gluten Free Bakehouse in the freezer sections: from the Sandwich Bread to Blueberry Muffins to Almond Scones, Banana Bread, and Carrot Cake to Chocolate Chip Cookies, Peanut Butter Cookies and Walnut Brownies to personal sized pies, such as apple and pecan. You can view the full list of Product Offerings here.
I must say, their gluten free sandwich bread is quite delicious (yes, it still must be toasted, but really it only needs to be warmed up), I like their almond scones too. I find their pizza crust to be delicious not as the crust for pizza, but as the base for focaccia, or cut up for sandwiches. Their pie crust is outstanding as the crust for quiches.
So, yes, these are expensive products, but if you put them in your freezer, they last for quite some time and they are delicious. So if you happen to be craving delicious bread, a good muffin, or banana bread, stop by Whole Foods Market and pick up a few frozen gluten free goods. I promise: You won't regret it.