Gluten-Free Bakeries in Columbus

Having lived for years in my city with Celiac Disease, I am impressed with the gluten-free bakeries in Columbus. It’s so great that dedicated gluten-free bakeries have popped up because It’s important to have allies in the food world when you’re gluten-free.

This list of Gluten-Free Bakeries in Columbus is great for visitors or locals alike to add to their toolkits.

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Gluten-Free Bakeries in Columbus

I think Columbus is a pretty “woke” if you will city, however, the dedicated gluten-free bakery scene is pretty slim. That might be because when it comes to competition, the bakeries we do have knock it right out of the ballpark!


If you’re in Bexley looking for a delectable gluten-free baked good, you MUST stop at the Gluten-Free Cherbourg Bakery.

They offer a variety of delicious gluten-free, dye-free, and nut-free baked goods. If you’re looking for a place to get some safe breakfast or brunch, this is it!

My favorite are their cinnamon rolls and blueberry muffins!

The Gluten-Free Oatmeal Cream Pie from Bake Me Happy!

Bake Me Happy

Bake Me Happy is a gluten-free bakery in columbus and has locations in Merion Village and the Dublin North Market. I’ve been to both and I’ve also enjoyed their baked goods as I come across them in coffee shops scattered across Columbus (even OSU sells their products in some of their cafes!).

Let me just say, if you run into their products, do yourself a favor and buy one to try because seriously guys, their stuff is amazing. I particularly love their Oatmeal Cream Pie cookies. Divine.

Food For Thought

While I have yet to try this specific gluten-free bakery in Columbus, I love the concept and definitely will be stopping in to try them out soon. I thought I’d list them in case you’re in the area.

This bakery sells gluten-free baked goods made by bakers with autism. Food for Good Thought gives employment to those with autism to help them learn life skills. They also offer a variety of other transition and educational services.

Rest assured, when you’re buying a baked good from Food for Good Thought you are not only nourishing your body but you’re supporting a great cause!

Check out my other post on Gluten-Free Restaurants here!


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