:: Gluten Free Bakeries near Seattle

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Fancy Free Bakery

Dedicated Gluten Free Kitchen

Made to Order Bakery – Visit Website to Order

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Flying Apron

3510 Fremont Ave North, Seattle, WA

16541 Redmond Way, Ste E Redmond, WA

Dedicated Gluten Free Facility

(206) 442-1115


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nuflours

518 15th Avenue East, Seattle, WA 98112

(206) 395-4623


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RylieCakes Gluten Free Bakery

18437 East Valley Hwy, Suite 102
Kent, WA 98032
(425) 251-1239

Dedicated Gluten Free Bakery

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Wildflour Gluten Free Baking Company

13600 NE 20th Street, Suite B.,

Bellevue WA, 98005

Dedicated Gluten Free Bakery

Limited Retail Hours – Check Website for details

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Bakeries that sell Gluten Free Items: 

 

The following is a list of local bakeries that sell gluten free items, in addition to traditional wheat-based items.  Double check to confirm the gluten free status of their items.  We consider the risk of cross-contamination too high and will not eat items made in a wheat bakery, but that is a personal choice for you to make. 

 

Cinnamon Works 1536 Pike Place, Seattle (206) 583-0085  I know that this bakery gets rave reviews.  While the ingredients they use are certified gluten free and their gluten free goods are baked in a "controlled" environment, they warn that "because we are a bakery that produces traditional, wheat baked goods, we do not have control over the wheat in the air." We got sick after eating here several years ago.  I am not sure what the current situation is but I would ask about cross-contamination. 

 

Cupcake Royale Now selling GF Cupcakes at all locations. Not a dedicated GF bakery.  Here is how they handle the gluten free cupcakes.  

We bake our Gluten Free cupcakes fresh every day, just like the rest of our tasty cupcakes, and sell them at all cafes. We do take cross contamination of our product very seriously. All employees are trained on the importance of segregating  the Gluten Free cupcakes from the rest of our assortment. In our bakery we clean and sanitize all equipment between all batches of cupcakes. In our cafes we keep our Gluten Free cakes separate from the rest and dedicate a special tray and pair of tongs to handling those cakes.

While we take extra precautions to ensure the safety of our product, as it is made in the same facility as the rest of our tasty morsels we cannot recommend that people with Celiac Disease partake in this particular dessert. That being said, I personally am Gluten Intolerant and I partake in our Gluten Free cupcake fairly often you know quality control and all that ;), and they are DELICIOUS.

 

Great Harvest Bakery 4709 California Ave SW, Seattle  (206) 935-6882  A pretty extensive gluten free selection but I would not consider this place safe for celiac's as all of the bread is cooked in a common bakery with gluten containing items.  This is what they say:

Although these products are made from naturally gluten free ingredients and we do our best to avoid cross contamination-- our products are at a risk of being contaminated with gluten as we grind our own wheat flour & handle gluten-containing ingredients. These products are not recommended for those with Celiac Disease or Extreme Gluten Sensitivity.

 

Stuffed Cakes 9003 35th Ave SW in West Seattle  (206) 428-8581 A "regular" bakery that has at least one GF flavor of cupcakes available in the shop each day and many more that can be ordered, including a GF Vegan cupcake. While the bakery is not exclusively GF they do take precautions to avoid contamination including doing:

GF baking first in the day when everything is cleaned/sanitized the night before and there's no flour dust in the air.  All GF ingredients are stored in airtight containers. Cupcakes are served on their own tray at the shop. The fondant is gluten free and vegan so we can use it for everyone.

 

SweetCakes Bakery 128 Park Lane Kirkland, WA  (425) 821 6565 Offering Gluten Free cupcakes but not a dedicated GF facility. 

We use our own blend of Rice Flour, Tapioca Flour and Potato Starch. Since we make wheat products in our bakery as well as gluten free we separate bulk ingredients and clean our facility every day before working with gluten free products to prevent cross contamination.

 

Trophy Cupcakes With locations throughout Seattle and the Eastside and offering several gluten free cupcake flavors.  This is not a dedicated gluten free bakery. 

Though we are not a gluten free bakery, we are sensitive to cross contamination and take steps to prevent regular flour from coming into contact with our Gluten-Free batters and cupcakes. We make our gluten free batters first thing each day to ensure that the bakery is still very clean of regular flours and that all of the equipment and kitchen tools are sanitized. We do not open regular flour bins or bags until our gluten free batters are put away. We also keep our gluten free batters away from regular batters while we are doing and baking the cupcakes. Gluten free cupcakes are always transported on separate trays than non-gluten free cupcakes and stored on separate trays in the individual locations. In shops, we are careful to keep gluten free cupcakes on their own trays and platters and we also ask customers who are requesting a mix of GF and regular cupcakes if they would like a separate box for the GF cupcakes. We are also very careful about using sanitized bakery tools when decorating the GF cupcakes as well.