Where can you find good gluten free baking in Regina?
It’s no secret that I love to eat bread and baked products. I wish I craved a steak the way I crave a cupcake! But I can’t eat gluten – I won’t bore you with the details, but if you ever see me and I look like I’m 6 months pregnant, be advised that I don’t have a bun in the oven, but I ate something gluten filled that was baked in the oven and it isn’t making me feel very well!
But, as I said, I do love baked goodies, so I’ve been on a mission to find baking that doesn’t taste like cardboard or a that crumbles as soon as I take it out of the packaging. Sometimes missions are impossible and other times they are super fun! #cupcakes
Kneaded Gluten Free Bake Shop
Kneaded was Regina’s first dedicated gluten-free bakery. You honestly don’t realize that there isn’t any gluten in the cupcakes, square, bread, or muffins. My hubby had one of the chocolate cupcakes and had no idea it was gluten free. Soft, moist, and perfectly baked, the owner of Kneaded, Sarah, practiced with her recipes in order to create her wonderful creations. It’s well worth the drive to the south end of Regina (3725 Pasqua Street to be exact).
Brewed Awakening has a great selection of gluten-free products, like the wheat free pumpkin chocolate chip muffin that I am addicted to. Their bakery makes everything fresh in the morning, so you are guaranteed to find something that is fresh and delicious.
Joe’s Gluten Free
Located on the corner of Park Street and Ross Avenue, Joe’s Gluten Free has perogies, bread, cakes, cookies, and even donuts for those who need to avoid gluten.
Serendipity Gluten-Free Catering
Serendipity is a small bakery that sells its wares to Cafe Drip, the Diplomat, and Rochdale Roca House.
Table 10 is full of yummy desserts that will send you swooning over how good they are. All of the desserts at Table 10 are gluten friendly and you won’t even notice! With favorites such as cheesecake, pannacotta, crumbles, and cake, even people who don’t eat
The Willow on Wascana
Not technically a bakery, the Willow has some fantastic gluten free desserts. Decadent goodies such as the coffee cake (cafe au lait ice cream, coffee cake crumble and syrup) and the PB & G (chickpea brownie) ensure that you don’t feel left out because you aren’t able to eat gluten.
Where is your favorite place to find gluten-free baking? Share it in the comments and let everyone else know!
***This post is dedicated to my bread loving wonder dog, Rexy, who is now barking at everyone wanting to enter the Pearly Gates. He was a wonderful pet who I dearly miss.