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Dec 31, 2006 05:33 PM

Nut free bakery

Is anyone aware of a nut free bakery either in the 5 Towns or Brooklyn? I need cupcakes for a birthday party.

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  1. can you make your own? Most bakeries probably use nuts and seeds somewhere in their kitchens so it would not be safe for somebody with a severe nut allergy.

    1. I've never heard of a nut-free bakery in either the kosher or unkosher world. Too specific a request, and nuts are essential ingredients in too many desserts. I'm with the other poster -- bake some on your own. You can use a mix, and instant icing, if you have no time.

      1. paskes has a nut free factory, don't know if they bake there. I would do it myself.

        1. yep get out the Betty Crocker or Duncan Hines mixes. Anyway they are really good and you can make them fresh and warm for tea.

          1. Bageltown in West Hempstead used to be a nut free establishment.They have a small selection of baked goods. I would call ahead to make sure that they are still nut free and place an order. Good luck.

            486-488 Hempstead Ave.
            (516) 505-5556

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            1. re: inky

              They still are peanut free. In fact some local schools request that you buy baked goods from them if you are bringing treats to a school birthday party.