Her Campus Logo Her Campus Logo

5 Gluten-Free Bakeries in Boston

Eating gluten-free can be hard, but in a city with so many choices it doesn’t have to be so bad. If you’re a dessert lover but follow a strict gluten-free diet, we’ve got your back. Boston has a variety of bakeries, but we tracked down the best-gluten free ones so you don’t have to worry about finding them yourself!

1. Something Sweet Without Wheat

169 Massachusetts Ave., Arlington

This award-winning bakery is a great pick! It was created by two sisters, Christine and Sandy, who have a family history of wheat and dairy allergies. Something Sweet Without Wheat sells baked goods, but also gluten-free bread. Try their Lemon Drizzled Macaroons, Cranberry Orange Muffins, or Cinnamon Raisin Bread!  

2. Fiore Bakery

55 South St., Jamaica Plain

Did someone say flourless chocolate cake? Fiore Bakery has a variety of delicious cakes and other baked goods. Besides their amazing cheesecake, if you happen to visit Fiore you must try their vegan whoopie pies. Don’t forget to grab a few items to go! 

3. Tatte Bakery

318 Third St., Cambridge

Tatte Bakery is truly a gift from the gluten-free gods. Ask for their GF menu and order a flourless brownie. Each baked good or pastry you order is made with intricate detail and fresh ingredients. (And, we must admit, the whole places is totally Instagram-worthy.)

4. Celia Cakes

27 Hodge Road, Arlington

If you’re looking to order a personalized cake for a special occasion, then Ceclia Cakes is the place for you. Order custom cakes just to your liking. You can pick your favorite flavors, colors and designs. 

5. Glutenus Minimus

697 Belmont St, Belmont

Walking into Glutenus Minimus you’ll think have you died and gone to heaven. It’s a gluten-free eater’s dream world. Their cinnamon buns are fantastic as well as their peanut butter chocolate chip cookies. If you can’t stand a wait, feel free to order online


Which bakery are you most excited to visit? Let us know in the comments below or by tweeting us at @HCEmerson

Cassidy is a Digital Production intern at Her Campus. She's currently a junior studying journalism at Emerson College. Cassidy also is a freelance reporter at the Napa Valley Register and a staff writer at Her Campus Emerson. Previously she blogged for Seventeen Magazine at the London 2012 Olympics, wrote for Huffington Post as a teen blogger and was a Team Advisor at the National Student Leadership Conference on Journalism, Film, & Media Arts at University of California, Berkeley and American University in Washington, D.C.. When she's not uploading content to Her Campus or working on her next article, Cassidy can be found planning her next adventure or perfecting her next Instagram. Follow her on Twitter at @cassidyyjayne and @cassidyjhopkins.  
Similar Reads👯‍♀️