The Best Nut-Free Bakeries in Toronto
The best nut-free bakeries in Toronto are lifesavers when it comes to children's birthday parties and events where you're trying not to kill your guests. On a day to day basis, these are excellent resources for the allergy-afflicted to find a sweet treat without the risk of cross contamination from trace elements.
These are the best nut-free bakeries in Toronto.
Locations of this vegan, gluten-free bakeshop in The Junction and in Kensington Market are entirely nut-free, though they're careful to note that some of their flour (Bob's Red Mill) comes from a facility that also processes nuts. The things to get here are the cinnamon buns, butter tarts and the cupcakes. More »
This nut-free bake shop on Avenue Road north of Lawrence sells all natural, scratch-made cakes, cupcakes, and cookie frosting sandwiches. Find the shop stocked with cupcakes on pedestals for immediate consumption or place a special order from a rotating roster of regular flavours and seasonal offerings like the pumpkin spice and eggnog. More »
Allergy sufferers can rest assured that this Etobicoke bakery is a nut-free zone. Above and beyond cupcakes, expect to find a variety of cookies, cakes and cheesecakes on offer. Stop in for a little chocolate therapy (that’s the name of a cupcake) or place special orders for birthdays, weddings, and corporate events. More »
Cookies, pastries, muffins and fresh loaves of bread are among the baked goods you’ll find at this kosher bakery on Bathurst. Scrawled across the front window, this bakeshop proudly declares its nut- and peanut-free status. More »
This Jewish bakery boasts two nut-free locations where you’ll find an abundance of baked goods ranging from cookies and cakes to pies and pastries. You’ll even find an array of prepared foods in these nut-free kitchens, so next time you need lunch catered, consider ordering from the array of soups, salads, and sandwiches on offer. More »
This old school bakery on Mount Pleasant specializes in homestyle baked goods made entirely nut-free. Some popular items you’ll find in store include a butter tart studded with raisins, lemon tarts, mixed berry pies, and a daily selection of scones. More »
This kosher bakery and grocer is located on Bathurst south of Lawrence and while it services the dietary needs of the Jewish community, it’s also an excellent resource for those with allergies to nuts. Based on old world European recipes, the in-store selection includes beautiful braided challahs, cookies, cakes, and petit fours. More »
This nut-free facility sells cookies, tarts, squares, and cupcakes from their shop on Queen St. East, and accepts commissions for creative custom cakes that are perfect for birthday parties and special occasions. More »
The bakery and retailer at Yonge and Eglinton deals exclusively in cupcakes and specialty cakes, and boasts a lineup of 28 nut-free flavours in its repertoire. In shop you’ll find 11 varieties available each day, rotating through flavours like a spiced carrot cake with cream cheese frosting, cookies and cream, buttercream on a chocolate cupcake, and the lemon drop with lemon lemon frosting on lemon cake. More »
Celebrate your next occasion with cookies, cakes and cupcakes from this nut-free bakery on Yonge St. north of Eglinton. Looking to gift a cookie gram or cookie bouquet? This place is a safe bet if you’re unsure of allergies. More »
This gluten-free, dairy-free, and nut-free bakery offers brownies, blondies, cookies, cupcakes and cakes for parties of one to 1,000. Expect to find a half dozen seasonally-changing cupcake flavours in shop or for custom order for birthday parties, events, and corporate occasions. More »
This bakeshop on Mount Pleasant creates custom orders that combine cupcakes decorated with hand painted Belgian chocolates. With the aim of making these treats available to any and every type of eater, the bakery is completely peanut and tree nut free, not to mention kosher, and capable of accommodating dairy-free, gluten-free, wheat-free, egg-free, soya-free and sesame-free requests. More »