We stopped in on our way up to another town, and had been hoping to eat one of their chicken pot pies, which I’ve never had. Unfortunately they didn’t have any made at lunch time when we stopped in, and they wouldn’t be ready until late afternoon, when we’d already be gone. Obviously if you have celiac you would want to go to the dedicated place, and we got a few cookies which were very good, but if you know you’ll be in Salem call ahead the day before so you know they’ll have what you want because it’s a tiny mom-and-pop kitchen. We were sad :(
This is an awesome hidden gem that everyone needs to try! A completely gluten free/celiac mom and pop facility. I haven’t gotten a bad product there yet! The couple that owns it is so nice and they sure know how to bake!! They have the most amazing cinnamon rolls I’ve ever had, with savory chicken pot pie with an amazing flaky crust, with so many options you won’t know what to do!! Visit and I know you won’t be disappointed, but you will leave happier and heavier.
A small dedicated gluten-free bakery owned by a fantastically friendly couple. They specifically state they prevent cross contamination from all forms of food allergies and cater specifically for those with celiac disease. The bakery made, hands-down, the best tiramisu and oatmeal raisin cookie I have ever had. I also sampled their amazing whoopie pies and fantastic apple cider donuts. The cafe is small but has a few tables if you want to enjoy your coffee and dessert on site. The owners said they are looking to expand their offering in 2019 including more savory items. I can’t recommend this bakery enough. What a treat!
I would love to see what they offer but the menu image is not high enough resolution for it to be read. If you improve the menu image you will make it so people can see it.
Comment from business owner Thanks, we have updated our menu, however if you want a good look at the menu go to ItsallgoodGF.com. Thanks
Everything at the bakery the day I was there was gf with the exception of cannolis which I was assured are not made in house. The owner did say she makes occasional traditional baked goods but makes them on different days than the gluten free baking and the kitchen is washed in between. The blueberry muffins were phenomenal and moist and they had some cute valentines day treats, can't wait to give my kids there cake pops which are near impossible to find gluten free. We will be back!!!