Bakeries, Products

Gluten-Free Giveaway: Molasses Bakery

209 Comments 18 July 2008


Let’s start the weekend early with a fun giveaway!

Three people will receive a sample box from the gluten-free Molasses Bakery that will contain: one cherry walnut brownie, one chocolate chunk brownie, two peanut butter chocolate chip cookies, two peanut butter nut cookies, one quinoa oat chocolate chip cookie, and one white chocolate walnut bar.

Can you believe it? That will be quite a fun little package to get in the mail!

Kim and I loved the Molasses Bakery packaging and most importantly thought that these products were dee-licious!  In fact, I want to quote Kim. She initially was like, "Yeah, I’m kind of tired of ordering things online…", after commenting on the cute packaging. She took a cookie and then called me from her desk, " Uh, I would totally order these online!", and then went on about how no one would even suspect that they were different.

Sarah, the baker behind Molasses Bakery, told me,"The things I want people to know about our products are first that our ingredients are the absolute premium best ingredients we can find.  I know eating gluten-free often means missing out on eating amazing desserts, since both my husband and his sister have celiac disease, and I wanted people with dairy and gluten allergies and intolerances to be able to experience truly great desserts.  We’ve struck a good balance between flavor and sweetness, with many people telling me that they don’t usually eat sweets, but that they really love our products.  We also have found that gluten-free and organic can be a difficult combination to find and we’re excited to put it out for others who are interested in eating fair trade, organic products."

So there you have it, what more could you want? They come in cute packages, gluten-free, casein-free (except the white chocolate bar) and are sincerely made with wholesome ingredients.

Here’s the deal: Post a comment below, before Monday the 21st of July, and tell me what baked treat you miss the most from your pre-celiac diagnosis days. There is no right or wrong answer. I’ll pick the random three winners from your comments. I’ll publish the winners on Monday in order for them to claim their prizes.

Oh, and Molasses Bakery items are available at these retail locations:

Tait Farm in State College
Cool Beans in Bellefone
Everything Natural Under the Sun in Altoona
Everything Natural in Clark’s Summit
Martindales in Springfield

Greenling in Austin

New Frontiers in Flagstaff

Have a great weekend and I’ll have some news on Monday about the partay!


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209 Comments so far

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    Solvig says:

    English muffins!!!

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    Toni Corbett says:

    I miss molasses cookies and frosted sugar cookies the most.

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    Beverly Haldiman says:

    Man! My state (New Mexico) never appears in the list for stores having the great gluten-free items you tell us about. Makes me sad. Maybe someday I’ll win one of your contests! (Thinking positive).

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    Alice Martin says:

    Sconces, scones, scones……cranberry orange are my favorites

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    Tess says:

    Give me energy cause I need it for my first ever half ironman since I was diagnosed Celiacs in 2001.

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    Mary Morgan says:

    Do you know where or how I can let others know of a great gluten free cookie I recently discovered? I don’t have any connection to the company or it’s founder but I just want it to succeed. It is the only cookie I have fallen in love with since being diagnosed with celiac 2 years ago.

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    Mary Sharon says:

    I miss really good tasting, light&fluffy cheesecake!!

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