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Gluten Free Quality baked goods in London area?

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I have some great recipes for quality gluten-free baked goods, and the Arva Flour Mill has nearly everything I need for ingredients, I don't always have time to make my own. Anyone know of options for pre-made items? I don't want the traditional hard as a rock stuff, but something that is good enough that family and friends might not notice much more than a texture change.

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  1. I just spent the week in London leading up to Christmas and I dropped in on a brand new bakery/cafe called the Black Walnut bakery at 134 Wortley Road. Charming place with an elegant Parisian-themed decor run by two chefs who just moved there from working at the Art Gallery of Ontario restaurant. Coffee is to die for, but the baked goods kept me coming back daily! The pastry chef (Michelle?) is a great talent and seems to be open to accepting specialty orders by the sounds of it. Don't know if they have a website, but the phone number on the business card I grabbed is
    (519)850-2253

    1. There is a gluten free bakery in London called Jubilee Kafe at 299 South street. I haven't had a chance to try it out yet but the menu looks good.

      www.jubileekafe.com

      1. Not sure if they are avail anywhere in London, but check out Molly B's baked goods. Their cookies are really, really good their almond crescnets rival any non-GF product I've tried) http://www.mollybglutenfree.com. Organic Oven is really good as well - excellent cookies too. They sell in Hamilton and the GTA and if you contact them, you might be able to get them to ship to you. That bakery in London looks amazing as well - we'll definitely check that out!!