Posted by glutenfr | Posted in bread, Product reviews, restaurants, treats | Posted on 16-09-2010
Tags: bread, restaurants, treats
Lemon meringue pie has always had a strange magnetic pull on me.
When I heard that it was one of the specialties of the house at gluten free bakery, Healthy Feast in Sydney’s Leichardt, a visit was inevitable.
So last weekend I strapped the bicycles to the back of the car – the plan was to have a gluten free picnic in the park followed by some hardcore pedalling – and off we went.
You can see what we bought in the picture. The lamingtons and lemon meringue pies were amazing. The former tasted just like the gluten-based variety and the latter even better.
The meat pies were also very yummy and crumbly and the coffee was pretty good too!
They sell a few different loaves of bread – and I was happy that one of these was a dairy free loaf. This proved to be tasty and although it was firm, it sliced really nicely and softened up well in the microwave. It is probably more of a toast than a sandwich loaf.
For those that need to watch their soy-based ingredients, apparently they only use soy flour in the chocolate brownies and some soy milk in some bread products.
We didn’t get to try everything you can see here in the window. I guess that means we’ll have to get back and visit again soon!