Sweet Marie’s Gluten Free Bakery in Kauai

Have you been to Kauai? Our family was fortunate enough to go for a vacation to Kauai this past summer. (You remember that week where two tropical storms were headed for Hawaii? That was when we were vacationing there!) I am sure you all know how hard it is to be gluten free while traveling. […]

Bakery Interview: Flour Craft Bakery

I had the chance to connect with Heather, owner of Flour Craft Bakery, up in San Anselmo, CA. Flour Craft is a dedicated gluten free bakery and cafe. Heather has been gluten free for the past fifteen years, way before there were any decent gluten free products on the market. She baked everything from scratch […]

Zest Bakery’s Gluten Free Brookie

If you like chocolate cookies and brownies, you are in for a treat with these gluten free brookies. These cookies are moist and delicious, and full of chocolate. You will need to hide these from your family if you want more than one for yourself!! I know your first question. What is a brookie? Charissa […]

Zest Bakery is 100% Gluten Free Goodness

Zest Bakery opened up in San Carlos, CA back in July of 2010. Owners Patrick and Charissa were not originally sure if they wanted to open a store front, or just rent commercial kitchen space to bake gluten free products in. The decision was made a lot easier when they found a great space to […]

Bakery Interview: Gluten Free at Bread Srsly

Gluten free sourdough is a beautiful thing. It has a thick crispy crust, sour taste, and something that is very difficult to make in a gluten free version. Well, now you can get gluten free sourdough anytime you want it. Bread Srsly is a non-conventional Silicon Valley start up that began as a bicycle delivery […]

Flour Chylde Bakery: Gluten Free Goodness

A good friend of mine discovered a gluten free bakery, Flour Chylde Bakery, at her local Sunnyvale Farmer’s market.  I love these new gluten free discoveries. I obviously am a creature of habit. I go to the same Farmer’s Market in Campbell every Sunday, never varying to explore other markets. Well, I learned my lesson […]

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