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As someone who can’t eat gluten, I know the importance of finding a bakery with gluten-free options. I can’t fathom the idea of missing cupcakes and cinnamon rolls for the next 60 years. I can’t eat dairy either. Thankfully, I’ve been sick less than a handful of times from eating at places where gluten cross-contamination may occur. 

I hope you find this list of gluten-free bakeries in new york helpful, and if you see a favorite shoot me an email! 

Gluten Free Bakery NYC + 100% vegan (offers gluten-free items and the bakery is 100% vegan)

  • By Chloe, Multiple Locations (I love the gluten-free cupcakes with pink frosting), 100% vegan
  • Erin McKenna’s Bakery, Little Italy/Chinatown, (100% gluten-free and vegan)
  • Cinnamon Snail, Madison Square Garden & Financial District, 100% vegan

Gluten-Free Bakery NYC (100% gluten-free/celiac friendly) 

  • Erin McKenna’s Bakery, Little Italy/Chinatown, (100% gluten-free and vegan)
  • By The Way Bakery, Upper East Side & Upper West Side
  • Noglu, Upper East SIde
  • Senza Gluten Cafe & Bakery, Village/Washington Square Park

If you want more celiac friendly restaurants in New York City, check out these:

Indie Fresh,  Juice Bar & Smoothies, Chelsea/Village 

Hu Kitchen, Breakfast & Brunch, Greenwich Village

Tap NYC, Juice Bar & Smoothies, Upper West Side 

Magic Mix Juicery, Juice Bar & Smoothies, Financial District 

 

Hi, I’m Lorally! I love pasta bowls, pizza, and Dr. Pepper. And, my Boston Terrier, Lola B. I wear all the “hats” at Chew This Up. Did you make a recipe? Tag @glutenfree.anytime_anywhere and use #glutenfreeanytimeanywhere. Or, email me at [email protected]. I want to hear from you.

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