Gluten Free Bread Malaysia: Get Your Tummy Filled With These Gluten-Free Bread & Other Baked Goods

Gluten Free Bread Malaysia & Other Baked Goods

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If you have been thinking that gluten-free is only for those who are medically diagnosed with celiac disease, gluten sensitivity or allergy with any grains that have gluten, then you are wrong! Although many of them with autoimmune disease, skin issues such as eczema and other acute symptoms find relief when they eliminate gluten from their diet, it doesn’t mean that there is harm to give it a try for those who would like to. 

Gluten is mostly found in grains such as wheat, rye, barley and in processed food like kinds of pasta, cereals, cookies and bread. Why should one consider going gluten-free (GF)? If we look around, some of them restrict gluten from their diet and would step up their game to gain the absolute benefits from it. 

Gluten Free Bread Malaysia

Those who are frequently suffering or experiencing the side effects such as joint pains, migraines, vomiting, brain fogginess and a few more of them, should consider going gluten-free at least for about 1-2 to see the wonders.

Nowadays, as many people are travelling towards the gluten-free alternative, several local businesses are in the race to provide the best gluten-free bread Malaysia (bread and more baked goods) around the majestic cities of Kuala Lumpur and Selangor especially. 

Here are the top 5 places/bakeries where you can enjoy some GF baked goods without having to commute much from your home (unless you are away from the city centre, but don’t Malaysians drive miles just to satisfy their cravings?) 

1. Baked Kl

Going by the saying ‘Everyone deserves to have a treat’, Baked Kl has a lot to offer you and no matter if you are a vegan, gluten-free dieter or whatsoever as they keep you close to them. By offering a plethora of sinful, baked goods from buttery treats to plant-based and even GF desserts, Baked Kl makes sure to deliver the best out of the best.

We tend to crave for something out of nowhere or let’s say that we forgot the special day of our loved ones, there is no need to hit our panic buttons as Baked Kl eases our worries where we can order before 1 PM for the same day working delivery. Yes, it is an online dessert shop. 

Get some crunchy, nutty cookies, super moist brownies delivered to your doorstep or why not customise your cake by just leaving a mail?




Store: Online

2. Fresco Grano

Ryea and Lekha, the pillars behind Fresco Grano, embraces the organic lifestyle to leave a better future for our children as they believe that we need the planet more than it needs us. Ranging from organic to gluten-free baked treats, they are awake right before the sun shines every day, as early as 5 to make about 60 loaves of bread a day. 

Do not miss a chance to taste their best selling buckwheat, garbanzo and brown rice bread as they are done with a whole lot of elbow grease and a sprinkling of passion. Fresco Grano caters for every dietary requirement so that no one is missed out!




Store: Physical

3. Brownie Points by Ivy

How about a sweet, crunchy loaf of Banana Walnut Bread while the first sip of your herbal/black tea nourishes your soul, creating a perfect afternoon tea session? From tangy lemon pound cakes to hefty cranberries and walnut boule as well as mouthwatering tarts, everything is baked with a labour of love. 

A bunch of gluten-free baked goods can be found at Brownie Points by Ivy where all you gotta do is to leave a message and BOOM! Wait, did we miss out the aromatic cinnamon rolls and the Keto buns?



Store: Online

4. Wholesometreatskl

Nut lovers would die for the Flourless Chocolate Hazelnut Cake and the chocolate monsters would keep going back for the Almond Honey Cake with Choc Ganache as the baked goods would never disappoint you. 

Whether it’s for your daily snacking session while you just lie down and have a movie marathon or birthday parties, they have got you covered. Known for handcrafted cookies and cakes (most importantly GF), you can gobble up the parties without guilt-free!



Store: Online

5. Tedboy

Gluten Free Bread Malaysia

Nestled in the heart of Petaling Jaya and Jalan Telawi, Bangsar, Tedboy has a couple of franchises for you to sit and enjoy the heavenly baked goods that finally made it to the shelves after some attempts. Organise your parties here as they have a secured and air-conditioned playroom for kids and a large outdoor seating. 

Began in their humble kitchen, Tedboy managed to grab a spot among the Malaysians as they have almost 10 franchises! How cool!

Do not forget to order the Almond-Lemon Cake and Chocolate Cake if you happen to visit them. Due to the popular demand for GF baked goods, Tedboy has just stepped up their game, with the hope that many more new recipes will be ventured from their recipe book!

Website: https://www.tedboy.com/  

Facebook: @tedboybakery


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These are some of the bakeries to check out gluten-free treats to delight your sweet tooth. A gluten-free diet can bring benefits and if you are on the journey towards a gluten-free diet or have already been in the midway, we at The Happy Hormones, wish you the best and hope that you achieve what you would like to!


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