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Blue Ribbon Desserts—Gluten Free Options

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A new option for gluten-free take out and deliveries is available, Blue Ribbon Desserts. Proprietor Marti May, an adult-diagnosed Celiac, provides various gluten-free and dairy-free desserts through her online shop. Enjoy various treats such as haystacks (GF pretzels covered in peanut butter, butterscotch, or white chocolate), key lime pie with Macadamia nut crust, chocolate fudge tarts, and sugar cookies. Then you can also see a variety of brownies and cakes, including ‘Create your own cake’ where you can choose your cake, filling, and frosting options, and they will even add a special inscription. What a great idea for a birthday party!

To order, visit the Blue Ribbon website, http://www.brdesserts.com, specific gluten-free, and call at least 48 hours in advance at 919.676.1112. All orders are baked special, so please make sure you provide enough lead time. On orders of $50.00 or more, they will deliver free to Raleigh, Cary, and Apex. Fees are charged for smaller orders. This fall they will begin to ship some of their menu.

The Raleigh Cel Kids group will try to secure some samples at an upcoming event. If any of you try any of these items, please share a review with us!

2 Comments to “Blue Ribbon Desserts—Gluten Free Options”

  1. By Britany, January 31, 2011 @ 5:40 pm

    Hello, I will be turning 21 on February 5th of this year and am looking for someone to make a birthday cake. I have been gluten free for approximately 6 months, so this is my first birthday that I knew I needed gluten free. 21 is kind of a big birthday so we would really like to get a cake made, if anyone knows where to have on made. Thanks!

  2. By admin, January 31, 2011 @ 5:53 pm

    Britany,

    21 is DEFINITELY a big time, and you need a good cake. You should be in luck with Rosie’s Plate (http://www.rosiesplate.com/menu/winter-menu-january-18–february-28/cakes) in Downtown Raleigh and Moonlight Bakery (http://www.moonlightbakerync.com/shop/). Both should be able to help out!

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