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Long Island's Go-To Gluten-Free Bakeries

LongIsland.com

At these Long Island gluten-free bakeries, there are plenty of treats for everyone to enjoy.

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Allie’s GF Goodies

1-b W Village Green, Hicksville

Allie’s GF Goodies is a gluten-free, nut-free, legume-free, dairy-free and kosher bakery. Its website says its cakes, brownies, cookies, bagels, challah, baguettes and wedding cakes are made with love with "safety” as the primary ingredient. Allie’s GF Goodies is famous for its challah and won the “Top Healthy Gourmet Snacks of the Year Awards” presented by TasteTV and has won the “Best Bakery in Hicksville” award for the past three years. The shop is closed Monday and Tuesday, and hours change seasonally and for holidays. 

Bare Naked Bakery & Café

2572 Merrick Road, Bellmore

16 Manetto Hill Rd, Plainview

Bare Naked Bakery & Café is 100% gluten free and nut free and offers many vegan options. From breads, bagels and cookies to cakes, paninis and pizza, Bare Naked Bakery & Café has an extensive menu of breakfast, lunch and dinner options. It’s the perfect restaurant for those with gluten or nut allergies, or anyone who appreciates fresh, delicious, prepared-to-order food. Both locations close at 7 p.m. Monday - Saturday and at 4 p.m. on Sunday.

Wild Flours

11 New Street, Huntington

Those with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity can enjoy sweet treats and other delights without worry at Wild Flours, a dedicated gluten-free bakery. Wild Flours uses a variety of gluten-free flours, natural sweeteners and organic and locally produced ingredients whenever possible. Many items are dairy free, and some can be prepared vegan. Regular menu items include quiches, muffins, scones and paninis, but be sure to check the Blackboard Specials for items that are baked “on a whim.” Visit the website for the most up-to-date hours of operation.