My husband raves about their regular non-gluten free donuts and I was excited that they have gluten free, although not impressed. No flavor, even the cream on top was very bland. The one good thing I will say is that they are super moist and not dry like a lot of gluten free baked goods, however I would not recommend them.
I want to start by saying my non-celiac family and friends LOVE this place! I can definitely see why. HOWEVER, after trying their paleo donuts a couple times and not feeling great, I finally Nima tested one. As suspected, it tested as having gluten. It’s totally understandable that cross contamination is highly likely given it is not a dedicated GF bakery. I just wish they wouldn’t advertise the paleo donuts as GF. Celiacs beware.
Based on reviews here I went to try their donuts. It wasn't very easy to find them though. It was inside The Factory, a repurposed old factory. great atmosphere inside with lots of local businesses. They had the GF donuts separate with separate things. But I'm not 100% certain about the safety of this place. The donut was okay, but had alot of cocoa pieces on top which was too much for me personally. I would liked to have seen the GF donuts in a separate enclosed container and that would've made me feel safer.
I had the Paleo donuts, so good! a little dense but the flavor was amazing. Good attention to allergy needs, they asked if I needed them to change their gloves before handling my food. I recommend this place if you are looking for a safe treat.
They are great about not cross contaminating. When I order a paleo doughnut they ask if they need to change their gloves and put it in a separate box. You would never guess that the paleo doughnuts are paleo because they are so good. I wish I was able to try the 100 layer doughnut. I have seen gf cookies and doughnuts there but I haven't tried them to see if it really is gf but I think it is considering how careful the are with the paleo ones.