Last weekend I traveled to Columbus, Ohio for two friends’ wedding. Per usual, I scoped out what gluten-free goodies I could find there. I was only going to be there for two days (before flying to San Francisco for wedding #2 of the weekend), but I was going to have a reasonable amount of free […]Read More Crumbily scrumptious gluten-free treats- Cherbourg Bakery (Columbus, Outside Trips)
In my research for my trip to D.C. one gluten-free place was an absolute MUST DO (yes the capital letters are justified). Rise Bakery came up on a Yelp search as a 100% gluten-free bakery. Once I clicked on their website and saw pictures of their products I was hooked. The categories online were Croissant, […]Read More Writing this helped me learn how to spell “croissants,” because now I can actually have their delicious, flaky goodness- Rise Bakery (Washington D.C., Gluten-Free)
On my last day in Naperville before heading into the city my aunt was running some errands for my grandmother and was going to stop by Great Harvest Bread Company to get her some bread. The last time or so I was in Naperville (which was a few years ago) Great Harvest had gluten-free baked […]Read More Still my favorite gluten-free cookies ever, all rich and savory- Great Harvest Bread Co.
I am in Orlando right now for a conference for work and was told of a bakery in Downtown Disney that had gluten-free items- Babycakes NYC. In fact it’s a Vegan bakery so it’s gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free and probably more that I’m not remembering. Luckily our hotel was just off the Disney property so I […]Read More Babycakes NYC Gluten-Free Bakery (Orlando)