CHEESECAKE:  We have always had sugar & gluten-free cheesecakes in a variety of flavors both in the 6″ size and 9″ size. A list of our variety is:

New York (plain, but can have toppings added like caramel, raspberry topping, and chocolate.

Raspberry Swirl – can add more raspberry for topping

Chocolate Swirl – can add more chocolate for topping

Pumpkin (seasonal)


Personal Cheesecakes   $3.00 each Raspberry & Chocolate Swirl, & New York (I see one with caramel poured on top).

Personal Cheesecakes    $3.00 each Raspberry, Chocolate Swirl, & New York (I see one with caramel poured on top)

Right now we are offering individual servings of the cheesecake in New York (plain), raspberry, chocolate swirl, and pumpkin (seasonal).  They are selling for $3.00 each.

These little gems are extremely popular and often times we run out (certainly not on purpose).  Please let us know your choices and we will try to have them ready on pre-orders with 48 hours’ notice.


Bottles of Walden Farms are $6.05 each. Travel packets come 6 to a box for $6.60.




All of our salad dressings, jams, sauces, dipping sauces, and syrups are totally free of gluten, sugar, calories (imagine that), fat, carbohydrate, & cholesterol.  They are so packed with flavor and you can enjoy them guilt free.  We even have boxes of travel packs.  JAMS, DRESSINGS, and SAUCES 2015.  Click on this link and see all that you have to choose from.


We have had a very exciting week.  We had a staff meeting and we all agreed that we were bored with our cases and we needed to up our game.  With 4 bakers with very creative ideas I turned them loose.  WOW!  These are the new gluten-free items they made.

We have four different toppings for the Gluten-Free brownie: German chocolate, Peanut Butter Chip, Walnut, and Chocolate Chip. We just keep getting better and better.  One brownie is 292 cal.   11g. carbs   2g. fiber     6g. protein   7 points




This is a “dressed up” brownie.  We took two and stacked with whipped cream in the middle and cherries on top. Really good if slightly warmed with Dryers no-sugar added vanilla ice cream on top.  I actually ate this delight after we made it.  It was soooo good!  In my job I can eat what bugs me and this was bugging me sitting there all by itself with no one to enjoy it.

   Haystack cookie.  1 cookie is   57 cal.   5g carb   1 protein  1 point per cookie

The haystack cookie is made with chocolate, oats, and dry coconut.  These are like the no-bake cookie we made as children.  Now there is a memory that warms the heart.

This gluten-free dark chocolate cake with yummy whipped cream frosting can keep up with the big boys.  We understand the need for chocolate anything, but our gluten intolerants now can have their cake and eat it too.  We can decorate a full cake or cupcakes for you.

 Sugar-free and gluten-free chocolate cake.

Gluten-Free two layer cake slice with frosting.

Gluten-Free two layer cake slice with frosting.

Orange Gluten-Free 2 layer cake slice.

Orange Gluten-Free 2 layer cake slice.

Sugar-free gluten-free Orange Hazelnut cake

Gluten-Free Coconut Macaroon

Gluten-Free Coconut Macaroon – You can have chocolate drizzle on the top

GF Peanut Butter Cookie.  We grind our own peanut butter from dry roasted peanuts so there is no added sugar or oils.

GF Peanut Butter Cookie. We grind our own peanut butter from dry roasted peanuts so there is no added sugar or oils. 1 cookie:   152 calories, 10g of fat, 13g carb, and 6 points. A bit chewy and packed with flavor. We wrap them 2 together for $1.


GF   Lemon Cookie

GF Lemon Cookie

26 thoughts on “Gluten-Free

  1. I am really impressed with your writing skills and also with the layout on your blog. Is this a paid theme or did you modify it yourself? Anyway keep up the excellent quality writing, it’s rare to see a nice blog like this one today..

    • Tina from City Beautiful Design created the theme and banner for me. She created the different headings. I did all the writing, picture taking & placement within the website. I thank you for your kind words. Nanette

  2. You have a lot of gluten free items listed here. Today was my first trip to your store and the only gluten free item I found was a whole cheesecake. I asked about the other items and was told cheesecake is the only gluten free item you sell as you are primarily a sugar-free facility. I’m glad to see a sugar-free bakery, especially one that uses natural sweetners as opposed to artificial, thanks! As a gluten-free and sugar-free person I’d love to see more items made gluten-free too!

    • I am so sorry that you were not shown the other items we have on the shelf. I will have to remind our staff to direct inquiries to the other items. It is the only dessert we have except the pear upside down cake (has sugar.) We have bread, dressings, jam, syrups, chicken tenders, pizza crust, etc. You have looked at the website to see what we have. I hope your next visit is more satisfying. We are working on more gluten free items. Our oatmeal cookies are considered gluten free as oatmeal is not considered a gluten. We also have developed a fabulous peanut butter cookie that is gluten free. I have not worked the nutritional values yet so it probably wasn’t out. Thanks so much for writing and your interest. Nanette

  3. I just want to mention I am just all new to blogging and seriously savored this web-site. Most likely I’m planning to bookmark your blog post . You definitely come with outstanding articles and reviews. Kudos for sharing your web page.

    • Thank you. I’m new to doing a website and I love how people are responding to it. I write like I talk except you can’t see my hands moving. Maybe that’s a good thing. Keep checking back. I am always putting in new pictures and new goodies. Our opera cake, gluten-free items, bread pudding, and custard pie – all these have a coming out party soon. We have them – I just need to show them off. Thanks for writing. Nanette

    • Actually, we have just started making them. They are excellent, but the crust is such a pain to work with they cost a little bit more than our usual. We do them on request.


    • We make a chocolate and orange cake that can be put into a loaf pan, but an actual GF lemon pound cake…No. Thanks for asking.


    • Hi Jessica: Why, YES WE DO and it is so good. It’s a special order at no extra cost and it is DELICIOUS! Give us a call and order one. We prefer 48 hours notice as we have to buy the sweet potatoes and cook them up. Thanks for asking.


  4. ——items to satisfy multiple(organic/lactose-free/protien/etc) needs-
    It would be nice if you had a few items that would satisfy multiple dietary restrictions all in one item and attract customers from different diet groups. Its nice that you have a store that deals with low sugar, but the issues i have is the following:
    -lactose free
    -organic products
    -equal protein to carb ratio, if possible. I know that some imbalanced recipes cause me to crave but if it is balenced then i feel full and satisfied. I know in europe they combine some protien items with certain bread or pastry products. i will try to think of what they are when i remeber the details.
    -sugar alcohols: just a footnote for me that some sugar alcohols cause cravings the same as sugar, but stevia and xylitol seem fine to me.

    Just wanted to share my opinions, thanks for reading.
    Could you keep me posted if this is implemented.

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    • Please give us a call at 503.657.4547 and let us see what we can do to help you. We realize that there a lot of health concerns out there and we can’t address them all, but we do make an effort for special orders. If we can’t do it we will tell you.

      Thanks so much for writing with your helpful suggestions. Nanette

    • Hi Ann. We do our best to not use anything with sugar-alcohol. We use a Stevia-Xylitol blend now that Thom King (who makes the steviva we have used for years) has blended and it is excellent. The best of two worlds. I really haven’t studied the protein to carb ratio. Our raw products are very expensive and going organic adds more cost that we can sustain (such as fruit and berries). As for lactose free; taking the sugar out was a huge pain in our necks and we do depend on some dairy products to help with moisture content when we have removed so much of the oil too. We have tried to find the perfect balance, but alas we don’t always make it.

      Thanks for writing. I hope you can find a bakery that will provide you with what you need. It’s tough for you.


  5. Please give us a call at 503.657.4547 and let us see what we can do to help you. We realize that there a lot of health concerns out there and we can’t address them all, but we do make an effort for special orders. If we can’t do it we will tell you.

    Thanks so much for writing with your helpful suggestions. Nanette

    • Hi Heidi – we buy our gluten-free flour from Bob’s Red Mill in Milwaukie, Oregon. It is made with garbanzo bean flour, potato starch, tapioca flour, white sorghum flour, and fava bean flour. Thanks for asking. Sorry it took me so long to answer you, but I forget that I get messages through the website and I don’t make the time to go check. My bad, but I promise to get better.


  6. Just a quick note in reference to your comment about oats being gluten free. This may be something you already know, but you’re correct that they are naturally gluten free; however, you must be sure they are from a facility that does not produce other items with wheat, or they risk cross contamination, and then would no longer be gluten free.

    Bravo for all the sugar free and gluten free items you’re producing. Looks delicious!

    • Thank you Judy for writing. We purchase our oats from Bob’s Red Mill and they have two plants – one for regular milling and a gluten-free plant. There is no cross contamination. We strive very hard to do our best to provide safe, no aftertaste bakery items for our customers to enjoy.

      Nanette and Staff

    • Judy, you are very correct. We buy all of our grains from Bob’s Red Mill. We get the ones from the Gluten-Free production plant. When we bake here we are very careful not to have any cross contamination.

  7. Just wondered if you were familiar with the Trim Healthy Mama plan? It’s mostly sugar free and gluten free. Looks like some of your items might be on plan. You are definately using one of the sugars they recommend

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