There are several gf options in a case sectioned off just for them, marked by red tape. After passing by here several times over the years, I finally came across the elusive cinnamon roll that so many others have raved about. There was one left and I quickly snatched it up, had her warm it up in the paper bag as others have mentioned aaaaand... well I was actually a little disappointed. For almost $6 and all the talk, it was little more than a dense, sugary gut-bomb which I only ate half of. Gave it 4 stars cause I don’t have any gut issues celiac-wise, but definitely a sugar-rush tummy ache. I much preferred Honest Biscuits down and around the corner.
Cinnamon rolls were to die for. Don’t care what I paid. Moist and awesome. Would recommend you ask to heat longer as just warm when they did. Ate most at home after using microwave and incredible when insides melting. Got pumpkin cookie and wasn’t worth price or even the calories. Dry. Celiac and no sickness. Those cin rolls again...😀
They post their ingredients for each item which is really helpful. They have a little something for everyone. They have gluten free and vegan, gluten free and sugar free, gluten free and soy free and just plain gluten free. They keep the gluten free items in a separate area but I don’t think they have a dedicated gluten free kitchen.
If you’re visiting Seattle, DO NOT MISS THIS. Best cinnamon roll I’ve had in years. Amazing cookies. I should have bought a dozen instead of a little snack. The gluten free food is in a completely separate display case from the gluten stuff, fresh paper is used, everything is bagged separately.
Not much left in stock just before closing but the two items I got (pumpkin and monster cookie) were great. HELPFULLY, they list ingredients right next to the items so that if you have any other sensitivities the info is right there. GF items are in their own clearly marked area of the case.
We got a muffin and a cinnamon roll. Both were VERY disappointing. Dry, crumbly, flavorless. Worst cinnamon roll I have ever had. The only reason I'm giving them a generous two stars is because the saving grace was their good coffee (an easy win, in Seattle) and the good service. But neither of those are gluten free "features"... If you're looking for gluten free, you can find WAAAY better.
Owner Judy went above & beyond and delivered GF goodies to our hotel. Yummy Cinnamon swirl bread, brownie and monster cookie- great texture. Awesome service! All ingredients were listed on the case when we visited in person and GF is kept in a separate case to keep it safe from cross-contamination.
I love their GF monster cookie. They are a conventional bakery so there is gluten in the air, but they take every other precaution, including separate prep surfaces - and have a sign warning about the cross-contamination risk of airborne flour. I love the transparency and clear understanding of what a person with celiac needs to know.
Oh, their goodies are fantastic! I had a monster cookie as others have raved and they were right. I also got a muffin and a chocolate chip cookie. The chocolate chip cookie had an interesting spice in it, which I didn't care for. Buyer beware on that. No issues with CC even though I ate massive amounts of their baked goods over a 24 hour period.
It is a shared bakery with non GF - however, they were able to convince us that their working practices were careful. We have Celiac. Had an amazing cookie, pumpkin cookie which tastes exactly like he Starbucks Pumpkin scone, and some muffins. Everyone with us loved it and no one was sick. Delicious!! Not sure that I would eat here everyday due to concern with flour in the air - but it seemed to work for this one time.
Across the street from the main market, catering to gluten-free, sugar-free, fat-free and vegan consumers, Cinnamon Works has a treat for you when the craving strikes. There are gluten-free iced pumpkin cookies or the brownie pairs well with a cup of coffee or tea. Get there early for a gluten-free cinnamon roll – they go fast.