Toronto's best gluten-free bakeries

Looking for desserts that’ll satisfy your sweet tooth without upsetting your stomach? Check out these gluten-free bakeries in Toronto where you’ll find a tasty array of treats that accommodate food sensitivities without sacrificing on taste and texture.

Prairie Girl Bakery Ltd

18 King St E, Toronto, ON M5C 1C4

Indulge in fresh-baked old-fashioned cupcakes just like Mom used to make at this charming bakeshop with two downtown locations and one outpost in Yorkville. Grab a petite dessert to enjoy on the go or place an order for a special occasion. All of the cupcakes on the menu are available gluten- free, allowing those with gluten sensitivities to indulge guilt-free in an assortment of tasty flavours like carrot with cream cheese icing, banana with peanut butter, or dark cocoa and vanilla bean. Cupcakes are also available in two sizes: regular or mini.

Almond Butterfly

100A Harbord St, Toronto, ON M5S 1G6

This gluten-free bakeshop and espresso bar has become a neighbourhood favourite thanks to its selection of alternative desserts. Homemade brownies, cookies, squares, cakes, pies and muffins are all prepared in a dedicated gluten-free kitchen to avoid any cross contamination. Baked goods are made daily from scratch using all-natural ingredients and flavoursome wheat-free nut flours and nut-based oils, giving them a unique signature nutty taste.

Tori's Bakeshop

2188 Queen St E, Toronto, ON M4E 1E6

This Beaches-area vegan bakery offers a variety of eco-friendly organic treats inside a charming pastel-coloured interior. The gluten-free, soy-free vanilla and chocolate doughnuts are made with brown rice flour, garbanzo bean flour, arrowroot and apple sauce to give them a perfect melt-in-your-mouth texture. You’ll also find yourself tempted by gluten-free cupcakes in seasonally changing flavours like lemon, coconut, maple and pumpkin.


244 Augusta Ave, Toronto, ON M5T 2L7

This Junction bakeshop has earned a cult following thanks to its handmade menu of 100 per cent gluten-free and vegan goodies. Owners Ashley Wittig and Kevin MacAllister use approximately 10 different types of flour alternatives to produce perfectly moist cinnamon buns, chewy cookies and gooey butter tarts. If you feel inspired to give gluten-free cooking a try in your own kitchen, pick up a Bunner’s cookbook to take home.

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