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The best gluten-free cakes in London

Everyone loves cake. Carrot, red velvet, chocolate, marble, my god we’re hungry. But if you’re gluten-free that love of cakes slowly dwindles as you’re offered nothing but boring brownies is every coffee shop. Get creative, people, GF people don’t always want brownies!

We feel your pain GF-ers, give me cake or NOTHING. To help you find a delish cake that won’t destroy your tummy with horrible gluten, we’ve put together a go-to guide for your next sweet treat.

The Free From Bakehouse

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This artisan joint specialises in gluten free & wheat free baked goods. We’re talking cakes, cookies, stollen, flapjacks, the whole lot. Prices start at £2.50 for an individual treat or just grab a whole cake for £30. Treat yo self.

Cupcakes and Shhht

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Vegan and gluten-free stuff always get put together. Usually, it’s a bit annoying but for Cupcakes and Shhht we don’t care one bit because their cakes are amazing. Pop into their Elephant and Castle location for slices and cupcakes or order a whole cake for yourself a celebration.

Manna Dew

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Three words. Gluten-free patisserie. Manna Dew in Battersea knows how to make tasty treats without the nasties. Choose from a range of bakes, cakes, tarts, and more all sweetened with vitamin-rich alternatives to cane sugar. Make an afternoon of it and book in for afternoon tea.

Lu-Ma Resturant

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While these guys don’t specialise in cakes their selection of raw and refined sugar-free cakes is great. Oh, you want to add gluten-free ice cream to your cake? Of course you do. Lu-Ma can do just that thanks to their selection of Booja Booja ice cream.

Beyond Bread

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As the name says, this bakery goes beyond just a decent loaf. Located in Islington and Fitzrovia, this gluten-free bakery offers some amazing cakes like orange & polenta, red velvet, and chocolate layer cake. They also offer breakfast goods like muffins, cinnamon buns, and flavoured croissants. Prices start at £3 for the breakfast goods and £4 for a slice of cake.