How to sucessfully be a gluten-free guest during the holiday season without being exposed to gluten.
Tag: celiac 101
Having lived in Columbus for years with Celiac Disease, I am impressed with the gluten-free bakeries here. It’s so great that dedicate 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.
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, these places knock it right out of the ballpark!
If you’re in Bexley looking for a delectable gluten-free treat, you MUST stop here.
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!
Okay, I have yet to actually visit this dedicated gluten-free bakery yet (I know, I’m a monster) but I have had the pleasure of trying some of their products as I come across them in coffee shops scattered across Columbus. 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 cookie.
While I have yet to try this specific bakery, 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 noble cause!
While not a dedicated gluten-free bakery per se, they do have some pretty amazing reactions. I’ve never had a reaction here (and I’ll be honest I am a pretty sensitive gal) if that helps you make up your mind. Their Parisian macarons are all gluten-free and delicious (I highly recommend them) and their flourless tortes are absolutely worth a trip to one of their cafes. Additionally, when dining here for brunch, I have received nothing but fabulous customer service and accommodations to my allergies.
Do you struggle with finding safe places to eat when traveling to new areas? Are you constantly hunting for safe snacks at the gas station or airport on those long trips? Endure the struggles no more because I am going to share with you my top tips on traveling gluten-free.
This post is going to be a lot different from my other posts. It’s going to be somewhat informal and it’s going to be a very personal and very real post. Learn about the lessons I learned, the diet philosophies I adopted, the symptoms I endure, the frustrations I have, and why I ultimately don’t hate having celiac disease.