The Grainless Baker has by far the best carrot cake, true to taste, frosting, and all that I’ve known of this dessert since my years of eating wheat prior to my celiac diagnosis. Lightly sweet, moist throughout, and with unbeatable texture, it simply just danced in my mouth until I just had to give in and swallow. Lucky for me there was another bite to follow.
The Grainless Baker carries a number of other products which I tested with my test teams in Florida and L.A. I also loved Twistix, which were very garlicky, salty, and having just the perfect texture warm or cold.
Jane Trygar was diagnosed with celiac sprue in 2001. After four treacherous years of symptoms, Jane in just two weeks dropped 20 pounds and felt miserable. Finally a doctor tested her. The diagnosis shed light on all her troubles, which started during her third pregnancy. I should also mention that her family had a bakery full of wheat!
Her husband, a chef, with his love of cooking and baking, was at a loss watching Jane research company after company for a good supply of GF foods. She couldn’t eat well. She missed her “family”-baked goods. So he set out to create great-tasting gluten-free breads, rolls, and pastries for Jane.
Soon his creations grew. They became aware that Jane wasn’t the only one with these needs, and so this company was started. Jane shares, “It’s become the passion of our lives.” They truly have a desire to help anyone with celiac sprue enjoy the flavors of items baked in a gluten-free environment. Their baked goods are incredible. They’ve now developed 10 categories of food, offering well over 40 delicious products.
Their website offers nutritional information freely on all of their products and is easy to navigate. Select items are unfortunately only available in stores at this time.
From our home to yours, Tina Turbin.