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Gluten Free Bakery St Louis

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Create Your Own Pizza

Tim`s Travels: Gluten Free At Last Bakery

$11.99 + $1.29 for each additional ingredient | Meats: pepperoni, Italian sausage, chicken, ham, bacon, and hamburger | Toppings: onions, green peppers, mushrooms, tomatoes, black olives, pineapple, and garlic

Additional IngredientsDairy Free/Dairy Free By Request

All deli meats are high quality Boar’s Head products served with your choice of one side: potato chips or homemade potato salad, and a dill pickle spear. Substitute a cup of soup for an additional cost.

Located In The Cherokee

Whisk opened on November 10, 2012 after months and months of revamping, renovating and redecorating the building on Cherokee that, over the years, had housed antique stores, restaurants, coffee shops and a vegetarian restaurant. Whisk was met with rave reviews, including nods in Southern Living Magazine, Bake Magazine and Business Insider, not to mention that one guy on Yelp.

Friday – Saturday: open 8 – 4 or until sell out

Sunday: open 8 – 3 or until sell out

“So, what does SUSTAINABLE mean?”

That’s a question we are asked every day. “Sustainable”, to us, means using methods that do not completely use up or destroy natural resources. We also just try to keep our carbon footprint as small as possible.

Some of the bigger ways we are sustainable:

  • we compost all of our food waste, with Saint Louis Composting at the helm!
  • we utilize in-season/local ingredients, so our treats taste the best they possibly can
  • all of our to-go packaging is made from at least 90% post-consumer recycled content, and it’s all recyclable and compostable
  • anything that we can purchase locally, we do. Our dairy, eggs, meats, coffee, teas, produce, nut butters, cleaning products, business cards – the list goes on! – are purchased from places that are nearby and have similar business values to us

Not Speaking To The Restaurant Yourself

While researching the restaurant and looking up reviews online is a great place to begin, it should not be your only source of information.

Reviews are written by strangers on the internet. And everyone’s health are DIFFERENT.

The BEST way to know exactly what to expect at a restaurant and if their protocols WORK FOR YOU is to speak to them directly.

I know this can be intimidating and scary for some people in the moment when ordering your food, so here are some ways to make this easier before you arrive:

  • DM or Message them on social media. Be mindful that you may be speaking to someone from a PR/Marketing Agency, and not the restaurant itself. Try Facebook or Instagram.
  • If it’s too anxiety-inducing to do this yourself, ask someone from your support system to step in and advocate/call on your behalf. A partner, friend, or family member that you trust is a great person for this!
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    Gluten Free Beers & Ciders In New England

    Lucky Pigeon Brewery, Biddeford

    Maine’s first dedicated gluten-free brewery, and the 2nd in New England! This dedicated brewery just opened summer of 2021 and we had the chance to visit over Labor Day Weekend. We did a flight of the 4 beers they currently have. I loved the Blond Ale the best.

    An orchard and cidery serving up classic dry, berry cider, and cyser. They also have a tasting room you can visit – or find them at the Farmer’s Market in the fall.

    Looking for gluten-free food in Maine? Check out my gluten-free travel guide for Southern Maine right here.

    St Louis Gooey Butter Cake

    Gluten Free Bakeries in St Louis, Missouri

    The result of a long-ago happy accident in a St. Louis bakery, this unique recipe pairs a yeasted cake base with a butterscotch-like topping. The cake’s undulating, uneven top surface gives it a comfortingly rustic appearance.

    • 2 teaspoons active dry or instant yeast
    • 3 tablespoons milk, at room temperature
    • 2 tablespoons lukewarm water
    • 6 tablespoons butter, at room temperature, at least 65°F
    • 3 tablespoons granulated sugar
    • 3/4 teaspoon salt
    • 1 3/4 cups King Arthur Unbleached All-Purpose Flour



  • Grease a 9″ x 13″ pan.

  • To make the cake: In a small bowl, combine the yeast, milk, and warm water. Set aside. In a large mixing bowl, beat together the butter, sugar, and salt. Scrape the bowl, then beat in the egg.

  • Add the flour and the yeast mixture, alternating between each, beginning and ending with the flour. Mix well, then scrape the bowl once more. Mix at medium speed for 4 to 5 minutes.

  • Place the dough in the prepared pan and press it out to cover the bottom. Cover and set aside to rise until almost doubled, about 2 1/2 hours.

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  • Towards the end of the rising time, preheat the oven to 350°F.

  • To make the topping: In a small bowl, whisk together the corn syrup, water, and vanilla.

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    Planning A Trip To Nyc

    Are you planning a trip to New York on a gluten-free diet?

    Are you nervous about how you’ll eat safely in a bustling city?

    Feel like your current travel strategy just isn’t working for you?

    Wish there was SOMETHING you could do before your trip that would make this entire gluten-free adventure a whole lot easier?

    I’ve got just the thing that will help!

    I’ve combined everything I’ve learned from 12 years of traveling with celiac disease along with my background as a teacher to create a one-of-a-kind resource, just for travelers like you.

    In this self-paced course, you’ll learn the exact strategy that I use for traveling gluten-free and how to plan your upcoming trip with a step-by-step plan for success.

    You’ll learn:

    • the right mindset for gluten-free travel and how to avoid overwhelm
    • what to pack for your trip on your phone and in your suitcase
    • how to navigate language barriers abroad
    • tips for dining out and how to find safe food
    • recipes, snacks, and easy meals you can make in limited kitchen spaces
    • AND you’ll get access to an entire BONUS module on navigating social events!

    Ready to build your confidence in gluten-free travel?

    Have you been to New York City?

    What’s your favorite gluten-free place?

    Let me know in the commentswhere I should visit next time I’m there!

    It’s apple-picking season! Let’s make some gluten-free apple muffins to kick things off.

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    What About No Gift Holidays

    There’s absolutely nothing wrong with doing a no-gift holiday.

    Dylan and I have done them in the past and find them to be absolutely liberating. So if gift-giving isn’t your thing, you’re trying to be more mindful of your spending, or for any reason you aren’t doing gifts this year, but you’re still looking for ways to support a gluten-free person in your life, here are some ideas:

    -Take a trip to a gluten-free restaurant or bakery together. Watch the smile on their face when they can order whatever they like without worry!

    -Learn to make a new gluten-free recipe together. Let them show you how to prepare their food safely so you know what to be careful of.

    -Visit a museum, go for a hike, or take a walk somewhere together. Plan a day that doesn’t include activities focused on food.

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    Gluten Free Bakery St Louis Mo

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    Nathaniel Reid Bakery Kirkwood

    Tony Roma St Louis Style Pork Ribs Gluten Free Review

    #1Bakeries in KirkwoodIts worth the hype

    I know what its like to travel and read these reviews and wonder if a place is really worth venturing out of an air bnb or hotel. Let me help you- the answer is YES. I live in St. Louis, ten minutes from this shop,…but I stop in here as often as I can, ESPECIALLY anytime we have guests from out of town. Theres something for any time of day- breakfast, brunch, lunch, dessert…It reminds of the bakeries and cafes the locals go to in France- when they get an amazing sandwich or quiche with zero fuss on their way to work, or on their way home. This is NOT an atmosphere, dine in sort of place. Get your food it take home or to one of our amazing parks…The line, when there is one, moves quickly. There isnt a thing on the menu I cant rave about.More

    Unfortunately, I had to only provide 3 stars. We had a Roast beef and a Kirkwood club sandwich as well as a chocolate croissant for lunch. They were all great. We bought a Carmel Apple pound cake to serve for desert that evening. While the…prices are not inexpensive, the quality, or what we thought was quality made it worthwhile. $12 for a small pound cake. We served the pound cake to 4 people and nobody could it eat it. It look great, but it ended there. It was very dry and bland. We plan on calling the bakery on Monday to let them know about our experience and see how they handle it. Ill update the review after our conversation.More

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    Not Double Checking Your Gluten

    Even if you’re starving, another mistake when dining out with celiac disease is to forget to confirm you actually received the food you ordered!

    When your server places your plate down in front of you, double-check with them it’s exactly what you ordered.

    So if you ordered a burger on a gluten-free bun with a side salad and no croutons, repeat that back to them.

    “Burger on a gluten-free bun with a side salad and no croutons, right?”

    You can also check for allergy toothpicks, different colored plates, or different shaped plates. These are all signs of allergen protocols in the kitchen.

    Ready To Use The Calm Strategy

    Now that you’ve learned the CALM Strategy for your next holiday event…

    It’s time to put it into PRACTICE and apply it for all kinds of social events!

    If you want to feel confident for not only the holidays but dining in restaurants, parties, getting drinks with friends, weddings, work conferences – and more…

    That’s exactly what you can do with the Social Events Mini Course.

    With the Gluten-Free Guide to Social Events, you’ll learn how to APPLY the 4-step CALM strategy for the holidays, with detailed tips to keep you safe.

    PLUS you’ll receive:

    -Over 35 ready-to-us scripts for exactly what to say in uncomfortable social moments involving food

    -a complete step-by-step guide for dining out in restaurants on the gluten-free diet from start to finish

    -20+ ideas to recharge and feel included after an isolating event!

    What other tips would you add to this gluten-free holiday survival guide?

    How do you handle the holidays on a gluten-free diet?

    Let me know in the comments!

    Ready for a crazy pizza combo? This gluten-free leeky chicken pizza is BOMB!

    This post may contain affiliate links. Please see my disclosure page for more information. Thanks!

    While visiting Vermont this summer, my sister-in-law told us about a pizza from Folino’s in Burlington called the “Leeky Chicken”. And while I couldn’t eat it, I vowed to come up with an equally tasty gluten-free version!

    Using one of my go-to frozen pizza crusts , I decided to make it happen this summer!

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    Bring Your Favorite Foods So You Don’t Have To Miss Out

    Don’t make the holidays harder on yourself. If you take anything away from this gluten-free holiday survival guide, it’s that you should BRING YOUR OWN FOOD!

    If you’re looking forward to having certain foods, make a special plate JUST for you and bring them!

    You don’t have to share anything with anyone and this will make sure that you can ENJOY the holiday knowing your food is both safe AND delicious.

    • Thanksgiving dinner for 2 in 2020!
    • Some of my favorite holiday cookies!

    Here are some great holiday recipes to inspire you!

    Not Using The Word Allergy For Dining Out

    Gluten Free Bakeries in St Louis, Missouri

    Before you start yelling, “Jen, celiac disease is NOT AN ALLERGY!” I’m well aware.

    I’ve had celiac disease for 12 years.

    But if you’ve ever had the blank stare from a server when you say:“I have celiac disease, it’s an autoimmune disorder affecting the small intestine and if I ingest any gluten my body will attack itself and I’ll be in the bathroom with bloating gas diarrhea brain fog and all these things…”

    Their eyes usually glaze over and you’ve lost them.

    It’s happened to me many times over the years until I started changing my script.

    Here’s the thing:

    Restaurant servers, as I have learned from taking Restaurant Allergen Training, are more trained in food allergens than they are in autoimmune conditions. There are allergen protocols in place in many restaurants, but it’s rarer to have celiac protocols.

    So to make sure you are better understood by your server, I recommend using the words “gluten allergy” or “wheat allergy”, which will alert them to make a note of an allergy on your order. Sometimes there is a button they press in the computer and specific additional protocols in the kitchen that follow once an allergy order comes in, such as washing their hands, changing gloves, using separate plates, etc.

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