Gluten Free in Paris: Pâtisserie Boulangerie Bakery

November 13, 2013 by  
Filed under Eating Out, Gluten Free Desserts

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Going to Paris? Need to eat gluten free and don’t want to miss out on all the pastries and baked goodies?

You are in luck!

As I was reminiscing of my young glutenful days in Paris… I decided to peruse the Internet and see what is out there that would be safe for me these days.

Here are a few places that have gluten free baked goods and sweets in Paris !

Helmut Newcake

36 rue Bichat
75010 Paris France
Neighborhoods: Colonel Fabien/Goncourt, 10ème
tél. : 09 82 59 00 39
helmutnewcake.com
HOURS vary on the late side 12p-8p, closed Mon/Tues
MÉTRO : Goncourt & République
Gateau, Tartes… Images to drool over: http://www.davidlebovitz.com/2012/02/helmut-newcake-gluten-free-bakery-in-paris/

Thank you, My Deer

112 rue Saint-Maur
75011 Paris France
Neighborhoods: Oberkampf/Parmentier, 11ème
tél. : 01 71 93 16 24
thankyoumydeer.com
HOURS vary daily, but mostly 10a-6p, closed Mon
MÉTRO: Parmentier, Couronnes, Rue Saint-Maur
American style cupcakes, cookies, and tiramisu!!

NOGLU – Restaurant et épicerie sans gluten

16, passage des Panoramas
75002 Paris France
Neighborhood: Richelieu-Drouot, 2ème
tél. : 01 40 26 41 24
noglu.fr
HOURS varies, opened for lunch and dinner, closed Sun
MÉTRO: Richelieu Drouot
Strives to be allergen free, has dairy free, has gluten free full dining menu.

Looking forward to the day I can try these places out for myself.
In the meantime, let me know what gluten free treats you find in Paris and if you visit the places I have listed.

Bon Voyage!

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Gluten Free Yogurt Pretzels by Glutino

August 24, 2012 by  
Filed under Gluten Free Products

Manifesting thoughts into the physical world is a wonderful thing, especially when it comes to gluten free yogurt-covered pretzels.

I was walking through the grocery story, eyeing some yummy looking yogurt pretzels in the bulk bins area, but I knew I couldn’t have them.

Lo and behold, when I came to the snacks and cookies isle, there it was, my very own gluten free yogurt pretzels put out by Glutino!

Glutino makes lots of tasty sweets. I’d say their sweet stuff rocks this world. They have all kinds of crazy good cookies. That is what Glutino does best.

The yogurt pretzels hit the spot.

Pretzels are junk food, my dear friends, and eating them in excess will cause weight gain, so don’t make a habit out of eating these. The yogurt gluten free pretzels are perfect for a party or special treat.

If it is you alone purchasing these bad boys, I recommend putting them in a jar to keep fresh so you don’t feel the need to eat them all at once.

Yogurt Gluten Free Pretzels INGREDIENTS are: cane juice, cocoa butter, whole milk powder, yogurt poweder, soy lecithin, corn starch, potato starch, palm oil, sugar, sea salt, cellulose gum, sodium bicarbonate, yeast extract, sodium acid pyrophosphate, citric acide, sodium hydroxide. ALLERGIES, CONTAINS: soy and milk, possibly nuts.

Celebrating Oreo’s 100th Birthday With Gluten Free Cookies

March 6, 2012 by  
Filed under Gluten Free Desserts

Let’s celebrate Oreo’s 100th birthday, one of my all time favorite cookies!

Are Oreos gluten free? Sadly, no; Oreo cookies have wheat gluten in them. But there is an equally tasty substitute.

Eating gluten free, doesn’t mean having to give up Oreos.

Since Kraft-Nabisco didn’t jump on the opportunity (yet), the gluten free brand Glutino came out with their own Oreo style cookie: the Chocolate Vanilla Crème Cookies!

Glutino’s gluten free cookies are dangerously delicious and test your will power because you will want to eat the whole package they are so good! These are the best gluten free cookies. They are slightly lighter and airier than the original Oreo.

After opening the package, I put the cookies in an air tight glass jar so I can enjoy them over a long period of time and not get sick from eating them all in one sitting.

New Gluten Free Shortbread Cookies

September 25, 2011 by  
Filed under Gluten Free Desserts

“You have to try this,” I said to my friend, handing him a gluten free shortbread cookie from Amy’s Kitchen.

I exaggerate not when I tell you that his eyes rolled back in his head and he sighed, “Mmmmm,” which I have never seen him do before.

These airy crumbling shortbread cookies are delicious!

When I go out to a restaurant or buy a grocery prepared food product, I like to spend money on food that I don’t make at home. I want something special.

I have tried to make shortbread cookies myself. A friend’s mother in England sent me her delightful shortbread cookies recipe, but I failed miserably at the attempt to make them. Shortbread cookies take just the exact right amount of each ingredient, which is not my baking style. I am more of a throw-everything-in the bowl kind of chef. I need wiggle room for error or revelation.

Amy’s shortbread cookies are excellently made and affordable.

The ingredients are: organic almond flour, grade AA butter, organic whole grain brown rice flour, and organic evaporated cane juice. They offer classic style shortbread or with almonds or with chocolate chips.

It has probably been a while since you have been able to host a proper English style biscuits and tea party. Put Amy’s Shortbread Cookies on your shopping list, Earl Grey with Bergamot Tea, and round up some of your favorite chums. Your gossip will be greatly fueled.

Pamela’s Shortbread Cookies

August 10, 2010 by  
Filed under Gluten Free Desserts

Love the powdery sugar crunch of shortbread cookies?

I know it has been a while since you Celiac Disease sufferers have enjoyed something yummy and flour-full as these.  Unlike 10 years ago, gluten-free products are now exceptionally delicious and you no longer have to suffer for taste when considering your good health.

Here it is, Pamela’s Shortbread all natural gourmet wheat-free and gluten-free cookies! They come in Pecan and Lemon flavors. Pamela’s Products also sells a lot of other great products specially made just for you!

Surprisingly, you can purchase Pamela’s Products cookies at many major locations: your local health-food store, Amazon, K-Mart, or at GlutenFree.com.