Gluten-Free Does Not Mean Flavor Free
Recently I was contacted by someone on Twitter that had a gluten-free bakery. While there is nothing unusual about that, they also had a mission that was slightly different and I think worth mentioning.
Bridget Lane is the mother of three sons with autism and she wanted to make a difference in their lives and the lives of others. She wanted to create a place that would always provide jobs for her sons and others like them. Her bakery hires and trains people with special needs.
I received several products from them and one of my favorites was their snickerdoodle bites. I didn’t think I liked snicker doodles until I tried theirs.
Another one we really liked was their monster bites. They have a little bit of everything in them.
I also tried their Boulder Bar, their Pumpkin Tea Cake and their Papa’s Chocolate Chip Cookie Bar. I think you’ll enjoy them all.
We gobbled them all up pretty quickly.
These would make great gifts for the gluten-free people on your list for the holidays too!
Her products are available online, at some Whole Foods Markets and other specialty stores. I do wish they were all milk/casein-free too as many autistic children do better on a gluten-free / casein-free diet.