CLOSED!!!!!!!! They closed this location. Only location left is Rochester Hills.
I agree that they are higher prices and not as fresh as others in the area. However, they carry certain things that my usual place (Rumis) doesn't. Specifically, croissant rolls! They also have lunch meat sandwiches made with them and will panini grill them for you. Also the only place I know where a person can find a gluten free paczki!
Celiac specialties Best place ever. Tried rumis but got sick only to find out that are not a dedicated facility. Like they said!
Their baked goods are hands down the best I have ever had. The cupcakes and deserts taste better than "the real thing". I am so happy that I found this shop. Their buns, pizza crust and breads also taste like BREAD not dry crumbly rice flour that most places sell. I strongly suggest their home made meals (they are frozen) as well such as the chicken parmesean, to die for. You cant go wrong.
Expensive and not as fresh as Rumi's Passion. This store also has a habit of relocating on a regular basis, so call ahead to make sure they are still at this location.
Does not compare to Rumi's Passion in Plymouth. The baked goods at Celiac Specialities are frozen, not fresh, and there is really nothing unique about the products that are offered. Most items can be found in the grocery store for a lot less money. If you want unique, yummy baked goods, go to Rumi's.
A lot of stuff is just GF things you can buy for cheaper at the supermarket. Stuff here is pretty expensive and not that good tasting. I bought a chicken pot pie that has water inside and a crust that tasted like sand. And I think I got food poisoning from it. I'd suggest trying out Rumi's Passion instead. Won't be coming back here again.
Great products! Donuts, breads, buns - all delicious. They also offer a discount for tri-county celiac members. You must go here and check them out! My kids favorite products by far.
Knowledgeable staff, pricing is good. A great resource for ingredients and prepared foods.
Amazing!! So addicted to their donuts and stuffing!!
Called there Friday to find out what all they carry that was not only gluten free but also dairy free. I can't remember her name but she rattled off a few suggestions and was super helpful. I needed them that evening so she took them out of the freezer for me so that it would be ready to eat when I got there. I got the chocolate and the sprinkle donuts and the bumpy style cake. Took it all to our party and it was all a hit. And it was all amazing. We will be back for sure.
This place is a life saver. I was diagnosed with celiacs a year ago at 25 and I am a very picky eater. This place offers all the entrees and desserts I thought I could never have again, and they taste delicious! I shared some with my family when they visited from out of state and they were surprised when I told them it was all gluten free, everything was a big hit! My FAVORITE are the cinnamon rolls, mozzarella sticks, and corn bread! I even sent my mom back to NJ with some hamburger buns because she wouldn't stop raving about them and she can eat gluten!
Had my very fest paczki from this location. They are baked, not fried, which my husband thought tasted even better. Their samoa donuts were delicious as well. A longer review is written here- http://miglutenfreegal.blogspot.com/2016/02/celiac-specialties.html
Fantastic GF baked goods. They even made a sandwich for me when I was there and needed lunch! Very good! First time I ever had gluten free cannoli too! Update to my original review of several years ago: This business has changed hands, they do not have near the baked goods they used to? It was very disappointing. It also seemed as though gluten free and dairy free is almost non existent. A very noticeable difference from the original "Celiac Specialties". What they do have is still tasty. Just not a large selection and a little pricey
Kleinbr1 I am not sure what you are referring to regarding huge flies and animal droppings? Just so you are aware, we have been inspected several times by the FDA AND the Agricultural Department over the past 20 years, including this past year. If we did not pass inspection, THEY would have shut us down immediately. We do not have animals coming through our bakery so the only thing I could imagine you thinking was " animal droppings" were curled up leaves that blew in when customers came through the door, along with flies. I don't recall you bringing this up to anyone on staff ( my being one of them) if you were that concerned about the cleanliness and possibly being in the presence of animal droppings. If what you say is true, no one would dare be walking through my doors, and yet we get new and return customers coming through every single day. It's too bad that your perception of our establishment doesn't seem to jive with the rest of the customers who thank us daily for being here for them. But we are all entitled to our opinion. Best of luck to you in finding a place that meets your standards. I value the opinion of the FDA and the Agricultural Department in finding us safe and up to code to serve food
It's nice to have a dedicated gf bakery but this one I won't go to anymore. The cleanliness of this bakery needs to be fixed immediately. There is no way it would pass inspection. The huge flies and animal droppings are disgusting. If that's in the store part what does the kitchen look like? They definitely have a problem.
I love their pumpkin muffins. They are casein free, egg free, and gluten-free. I am celiac but I also have multiple food allergies including egg and dairy. They actually made a muffin that tasted "normal!" I personally would refer to these muffins as gluten-free and vegan.
Good bread! Delicious chicken pot pie! And they had PACZKI on PACZKI day!!