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Baked goods in Atlanta — hold the gluten and dairy

Among the baked goods available at Hell Yeah Gluten Free are doughnuts. Courtesy of Hell Yeah Gluten Free

Among the baked goods available at Hell Yeah Gluten Free are doughnuts. Courtesy of Hell Yeah Gluten Free

If you love baked goods, but want to avoid gluten or dairy, there are plenty of spots around metro Atlanta that will accommodate your dietary restrictions.

Vegan bakeries

Blackest Berry Bakery. This pickup-only bakery offers custom vegan cakes in a variety of flavors, including Biscoff, cookies and cream, chocolate peanut butter and lemon, in addition to pies, cupcakes, doughnuts and cobblers. On the savory side, look for pot pies and spanakopita.

676 Highland Ave NE, Atlanta. blackestberrybakery.com

Buttafly Kisses. Head to this shop in Austell for an assortment of vegan cupcakes, cookies, rice crispy treats, custom cakes and other desserts, including a nirvana brownie with marshmallows and graham crackers.

3999 Austell Road, Austell. 770-847-0092, buttaflykissesatl.com

Cinnaholic. This bakery chain, featured on the TV show “Shark Tank,” has locations in Dunwoody, Peachtree Corners and Edgewood. It is known for its vegan cinnamon rolls and a wide range of frosting flavors. Cinnaholic also serves brownies, cookies, baby buns and ice cream.

Multiple locations. cinnaholic.com

Dulce Vegan Bakery & Cafe. Satisfy your vegan sweet tooth here with a variety of cakes and baked goods, such as cherry and guava pop tarts and a blueberry lemon curd cake. The menu also features coffee drinks and sandwiches. Most bakery items also can be made gluten-free upon request.

1994 Hosea L. Williams Drive NE, Atlanta. 404-624-7417, dulcevegan.com

Eighty7Sweets Vegan Ice Cream. You can get a sundae served in a vegan chocolate chip cookie bowl at this spot. Besides vegan ice cream, you also can get milkshakes here that are available in such flavors like Biscoff and s’mores.

56 Broad St. NW, Atlanta. 404-939-2745, eighty7sweets.com

Flour + Time. At this Midtown bakery, husband and wife Michael and Leah Bajalia offer French-style pastries, including croissants, apple turnovers and bear claws, as well as loaves of sourdough bread, biscuits and veggie pot pies. Coffee and tea drinks are available.

1133 Huff Road, Atlanta. 470-368-6588, flourandtimebakery.com

Hebrew Bakes. Make your way to this recently reopened bakery for $2 cupcake Tuesdays, featuring such varieties as red velvet and strawberry shortcake. You also can chow down on a cinnamon roll, slice of cake or cookie. This shop takes custom cake orders.

879 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd., Atlanta. 404-975-3332, hebrew-bakes.com

Shawnee’s Goodies Vegan Bakery and Cafe. This Lilburn spot offers cakes, muffins and cinnamon rolls, as well as ice cream, veggie sandwiches, loaded fries and nachos, burritos and salads. There’s also a small weekend brunch menu, including a waffle and fried oyster mushroom plate.

4895 Stone Mountain Highway, Lilburn. 678-825-2393, shawneesgoodies.com

Vegan Dream Doughnuts. This West End shop offers a variety of vegan baked goods, including cinnamon rolls topped with fruit, doughnut holes and rotating doughnut flavors, such as strawberry banana caramel, lemon pear, blueberry maple and powdered cinnamon.

576 Lee St. SW, Atlanta. 404-397-9174, vegandreamdoughnuts.com

The Vegan Sweetie. Try an assortment of chocolate chip, peanut butter and oatmeal raisin cookies at this bakery, located inside Moods Music in Little Five Points. Operated by a mother-daughter trio, it sells cakes, cheesecakes, pies, cobblers and ice cream.

1131 Euclid Ave. NE, Atlanta. 347-474-9244, thevegansweetie.com

VTasteCakes. Jasmyn and Aneesha Reddicks transform their grandmother’s recipes into vegan treats, including cookies, cakes, cupcakes and hand pies.

1927 Lakeside Parkway, Tucker. 678-964-5402, vtastecakes.com

Gluten-free bakeries

2B Whole Gluten-Free Bakery. You’ll find cakes, breakfast items, breads, doughnuts, cookies and cupcakes at this Alpharetta bakery.

42 Milton Ave. SE, Alpharetta. 470-395-5248, 2bwhole.net

Baked goods are gluten- and dairy-free at Cristy's Kitchen in Roswell. Daniel Varnado for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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Credit: Daniel Varnado

Cristy’s Kitchen. In 2019, Cristy Kisner moved from her native Peru to Roswell and opened what is now known as Cristy’s Kitchen, where she serves a full gluten- and dairy-free menu. Included are bakery offerings, such as cakes, cupcakes, doughnuts, pies and cookies.

1066 Alpharetta St., Roswell. 770-518-7858, cristyskitchenga.com

Hell Yeah Gluten Free. Be prepared to stand in line if you visit this place, where Alejandra Luaces has been creating her baked goods since 2019 (and for a year before that as a pop-up). Her doughnuts, biscuits, scones, pies, cookies and other pastries have enough of a following that she has opened a second location in Decatur and has plans to expand to Adair Park.

900 DeKalb Ave. NE, Atlanta. 470-472-9481; and 308 W. Ponce de Leon Ave., Decatur. 470-472-9482, hellyeahglutenfree.com

Marilyn’s Gluten-Free Gourmet. Marilyn Santulli founded her bakery after being diagnosed in 2007 with gluten intolerance. Her business, which has a small retail section, sells cheese straws, biscuits, pound cakes and a variety of mixes.

1007 Mansell Road, Roswell. 770-587-5874, marilynsgourmet.com

Mediterranea. This Grant Park eatery offers a selection of scones, quiches, cakes, cupcakes and pies in addition to a gluten-free menu of appetizers, salads, entrees and desserts.

332 Ormond St., Atlanta. 404-748-4219, mediterraneaatl.com

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