OMG! I have dairy and soy intolerances on top of my severe wheat allergy. So often when I get GF dessert I do so accepting that I won't feel awesome because of the other ingredients. But Treat Cupcake Bar is next level! Allergen friendly cupcakes that taste good!! Arguably the best cupcake I've had since going gluten free. And no allergic reaction.
— Separate gluten-free menu
Yummy gluten free cupcakes!!!!!
They have multiple allergy-friendly options including GF and GF/DF. I agree that they’re very expensive, but most dessert places are these days. I don’t like the DF frosting very much.
Very careful with allergens. Separate area for gluten free prep. All gf treats are labeled.
Overpriced and they don't taste good. Didn't get sick, but have no desire to go back. I went once years back and then ended up coming back forgetting why I didn't ever make it a point to come here. Then, I quickly remembered. The taste of the Gf cupcakes is just simply not good.
These cupcakes look great, taste ok and are ridiculously overpriced. $5.00+ for a cupcake? Went to get a half dozen for a party that included a few gf folks. Over $30 for a half dozen ouch. None of the guest were particularly impressed. next time will make my own with Pillsbury.
great stuff for an allergen-free bakery. a bit pricey. and too sweet for my liking.
chocolate batter is what i would go for. one can still kinda "taste it", but it's the closest to the real thing.
Have picked up cupcakes here several times and they are awesome!!! My husband who can eat gluten also loved their gluten free cupcakes. I am extremely sensitive and have never had a problem. 🎂
Had the chocolate mint and haystack. Very good. Not dry! Wish I could try them all 😀
We hit this place up regularly after school for a cupcake at the playground behind the building.They keep the GF cupcakes in a different case from the glutened ones. Amazing cupcakes paired with a fun playground. Perfect for an afternoon together.
My family discovered Treat a few months ago, and we often visit for a heavenly GF cupcake treat. I love the GF diary-free, egg-free Mocha. They have a broad variety for the dietary restricted. They seem to frequently add new flavors, too. Even the toppings for the "cupcake bar" have GF options. Treat is a good "kid date" because there is a make-your-own craft place around the corner. The treat atmosphere is fun and kid-friendly, equipped with coloring pages and clever decorations.
They have been working on getting their GF cupcakes right since they opened. The premade ones have always been good - but now they border on great. It is such a part of what they do that they chose a GF cupcake for one of the three when they were on Cupcake Wars!
The staff is always friendly.
I was pretty disappointed. Cupcake bar only offers a vegan chocolate gluten-free cupcake with dairy-free buttercreme. Neither taste very good. Served with a wooden fork, which makes the cupcake seem even drier. The pre-made gluten-free cupcakes are dried out from sitting in display case. On a positive note, the (miserable) employee demonstrated excellent cross-contamination training. Cute concept, but it just doesn't taste good enough for a second trip.