Gluten-Free in Montreal: Baked to Go

Baked to Go Gluten-Free Croissant

I am no longer buying frozen gluten-free bread. Baked to Go is a 100% gluten-free bakery a few minutes from my house on St Laurent above Rachel. To say it’s amazing to have a gluten-free bakery around the corner is an understatement. It’s even more amazing that all their  rolls, bagels, croissants and breads are soft and delicious. The products are fresh enough to eat as is but they also taste great toasted or from the freezer. I much prefer to freeze their bread than buy overpriced freezer burnt bread at the health food store. To add to all this goodness, their products are also affordable considering they are gluten-free.

I personally prefer their bread products. The sweets I tried were good but I can make cookies and brownies at home. It’s bread that I am too lazy to attempt. Their bagels are the best gluten-free made in Montreal bagels I have tried. They were fresh enough that I was able to eat them untoasted two days after buying them, which anyone who is gluten-free would know is a gluten-free miracle. Their croissants are obviously not exactly like the real deal but are pretty close and very delicious. Their fresh rolls (hamburger buns) were amazing with a little butter. I haven’t had a roll that soft and normal since I first went gluten-free over 10 years ago.

I definitely recommend a visit if you are in the downtown area or you can order some of their products online.

http://baked2go.ca

4255 Boul. Saint Laurent
Montreal, Quebec
H2W 1Z4, Canada
Tél: 514-844-3232
info@baked2go.com

Baked to Go

Baked to Go Bagels

GF Product Review: Udi’s Everything Bagels

2013-12-19 11.28.48Before I was diagnosed with celiac disease my primary food group was the bagel. Bagels with cream cheese to be exact, minimum one a day. And not just any bagels, they had to be fresh Montreal bagels. To say that this celiac with lactose intolerance was poisoning herself is an understatement. I was addicted. I recently found these bagels at Rachelle Bery in the frozen section. I have been a fan of Udi’s plain gluten-free bagels for years but these everything bagels brought back fond memories of eating too many Tim Horton’s everything bagels while studying for exams in University. Luckily these come without the severe stomach ache and were delicious toasted with dairy free goat cheese. I also recommend trying their Mighty Bagels with Cranberry and Seeds.

http://udisglutenfree.com/product-category/bagels/

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