What’s better than one gluten-free bakery? Eight of them! The best thing about these gluten-free bakeries is that they are all Celiac-friendly (a.k.a they have 100% dedicated gluten-free kitchens).
Below are the best gluten-free bakeries in Toronto!
On top of being gluten-free, Almond Butterfly also has dairy-free and vegan options. The cool thing about Almond Butterfly is that they also have breakfast, brunch, and lunch food. They have two locations, one near Trinity-Bellwoods (Bathurst and Dundas) and one near the Annex (Spadina and Harbord). Oh, and if you like Cinnamon Buns, you have to check them out!
Bunner’s is 100% vegan and gluten-free. On top of the large cake selection at Bunner’s, they also have cupcakes, cookies, brownies, muffins, and much much more. They have three locations: Kensington Market (Augusta and Nassau), Junction (Keele and Dundas), and Trinity-Bellwoods (Ossington and Dundas). They also have corporate/office delivery which is done in partnership with foodee – you can check out their menu here.
Famous for their vegan and yeast-free sourdough bread, Cock-A-Doodle-Doo has a large collection of breads, cakes, pies, cookies, and more. Its hard to imagine this by looking at some of their pictures, but all of their products are gluten, dairy, soy, corn and refined sugar free. A big portion of their menu is also vegan – including their mini pizzas! They are located just a few steps west of Christie Pits Park (no, not that pit) on the corner of Ossington and Bathurst.
De Floured is 100% gluten-free and their kitchen has no soy, corn, or nuts. They have a lot of variety ranging from tarts, chocolate brownies, pumpkin pies, and vegan cookies to galletes, turnovers, and quiches.
If you can’t make it to their shop, located east of Landsdowne and College, you can catch them at the following farmer’s markets from April to September:
- Sorauren Park,every Monday, 3pm-7pm (50 Wabash Avenue)
- Dufferin Grove, every Thursday, 3pm-7pm (875 Dufferin Street)
- Evergreen Brickworks, every Saturday, 8am-2pm (550 Bayview Avenue)
Shout out to de Floured for having a FAQ page!
Gemaro Bakery has the largest selection of bread and bagels in Toronto. If you’re looking to buy gluten-free bread, you’ll be making a lot of visits to Gemaro. Its really rare to find french loafs, mini french baguettes, bread crumbs, and pizza crusts all in one place. If you like baking, they sell a brownie mix and a waffle and pancake mix that you can’t go wrong with. You can also find their products at lots of retailers here. They also have delivery – you can check their shipping fees here. Gemaro Bakery is located on the south east corner of Main and Gerrard.
Hype Food Co. easily wins the prize for the most diverse menu. They have about 13 different categories of baked goods that you can get. They also have a restaurant where you can build your own bowl and order dairy-free soft serve in the summer/spring. Hype Food Co. is located on the north west corner of Jones and Gerrard Street.
What do cookies ‘n cream donuts, cookie dough bites, pizza pockets, and PB&J muffins all have in common? They’re ALL REALLY tasty! But, they’re all on the Sweet Hart menu and there’s lots more. Just looking at their pictures online made me really hungry and very tempted to order something. If none of those sounded interesting to you, I have to two things to say:
- I’m shocked, but to each their own.
- You should definitely check their custom cake menu. They have a snickers cake!
You want to know their location?
They are located just east of Bathurst and Dundas in Kensington Market. If you can’t make it to their store, check out this list of shops that carry their items.
If you’re looking for a bakery that is all naturally sweetened then you have to visit The Butternet Baking Co. They have a huge selection of Paleo and Keto options as well as the traditional baked items. They also have some really cool treats like: oreo mini donuts, marshmallow brownie squares, and Twix cookie sammies. On top of this they have a savoury menu as well as a LOT of cakes! The one cake that caught my eye right away was the Oreo Cookies n’ Cream Cake because these are hard to come by in the gluten-free universe.
They are located just east of Keel and Dundas. If you can’t make it to their store, check out this list of shops that carry their items.
Have you been to any of these already or other ones we haven’t included? Tell us in the comments below!
If you want to explore other Celiac-friendly and gluten-free restaurants and bakeries in Toronto – check out this interactive map!