They used to be my go to place for cupcakes, then a few months ago they started decreasing the variety they offered for gluten free. I found a new wonderful even better bakery for all my sweet treat wishes!
Not safe for those with GF needs! They keep their gluten free cupcakes in the same case as regular cupcakes. Way too much cross contamination! And if you do brave trying a cupcake, the cake part is extremely dry with very little flavor.
Terrible - How can they market Gluten Free? I have Celiac Dx and became very ill. My sister has a wheat intolerance and became ill. Gluten Free is not a Fad! I hope this app removes them so no one else is fooled by "we take precautions".....My GI says otherwise! - -Disappointed - -
The cupcakes are the best I have ever had. They take precautions to ensure they are GF, but as with ANY restaurant or bakery with non-GF stuff, it's nearly impossible to be perfect. They have GF flavors every day :)
I went to try their gluten free cupcakes today. They had four kinds out of their selection of 24 cupcakes (the rest were regular). The frosting was good but the cake part was not. Either they were dry or not cooked all the way and the consistency and flavor were just off and poor tasting.
Every Friday they have gluten free cupcakes, and often on other days they will have gluten free cupcakes too.
Had extra GF in back. ...frosted while waiting!! Staff were smiling, friendly & happy to be there! Will go back! Follow up: left msg for Mgr, no return call. Ordered 6: 1st one, got sick. 2nd one, got sick. Threw the rest out. Have eaten Gigi's for a few years (Love them), 1st time gluten-ed. Very disappointed; not too mention, expensive. Would have liked to have heard from Mgr. Be careful.
I have Celiac Disease and I did not get sick! Best cupcakes in the area :) highly recommend update: i got 2 cupcakes last night and i always just take one bite to see if I'll get sick. i experienced some brain fog symptoms. eat at your own risk. so 3 weeks ago i was okay, last night not so much. :(
Very helpful, I have a lot more allergies than wheat, the helpful guy behind the counter went as far as letting me read the ingredients for their flour by bringing the whole container from the back. Answered all my questions. Didn't get sick, will definitely be back.
Not a dedicated kitchen, but they do try to limit any risk for exposure. They offer gluten FRIENDLY, not gluten free. And they have a disclaimer clearly sitting on the case. We go there every couple of months and have never had any issues.
They offer three gluten free cupcakes each day. They are not specifically labeled but are in a special colored wrapper. When you ask they can tell you. I had a wedding cake cupcake. It was very moist, flavorful and the icing was good! It was not too sweet. Will visit again next time in town!
Gf cupcakes are way too sweet. The only Gf flavors they really have are chocolate, all they do is name them different things when they're really the same thing.
Had the lemon cupcake with lemon icing and it was glorious!
They used to have more seasonal flavors offer in GF. Now just the same dry chocolate torte and crumbly, flavorless wedding cake. Website shows other franchises may still bake seasonal offers in GF but can't get here.
I love the absolutely delicious GF options that Gigi's offers. I always been happy with my orders and always appreciate their friendly service.
Amazing tasting!! but I had a reaction both times I ate here.
They make the best GF cupcakes and they change the flavors daily.
They have a sign up specifically stating that although they offer gf cupcakes, they do not suggest those with Celiac eat them. They did say gf cupcakes can be ordered in advance and then they would be made first thing in the morning in an attempt to cut down on possible contamination. I haven't decided if I'll try that route yet.
The cupcakes here are okay. I had the GF lemonberry and there was way more icing than cupcake. It was overly sweet and just wasn't anything special. Next time, I plan on trying the peanut butter chocolate. It makes me a little nervous that the GF cupcakes are in an open case with the rest of the gluten cupcakes. My friend got a gluten cupcake and the lady asked if we wanted them in the same box. Apparently they're not too concerned with avoiding cross contamination. **UPDATE** I did indeed get sick from these cupcakes. They are far from Celiac safe.
Lots of gluten free options. They bake the gluten free cupcakes first thing in the morning so they don't get contaminated. The cupcakes are made with rice flour so it depends on if you can have rice or not. They change their gloves and put the gluten free cupcakes in a separate box. They are very good about not cross contaminating.
I had 4 options for gluten-free cupcake on a Friday night - princess, lemon, chocolate peanut butter, and triple chocolate torte. We got the lemon and the pb. Lemon was a smidge gummy and could've been more lemony but it was still good. The chocolate was pretty good, but mostly because of the divine tasting frosting! I would go back.
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