Pumpkin spice pancakes with caramel and pecan sauce from the Breakfast Bistro- Thank you!
The fall season joke is always about how pumpkin spice is overused in baking, unfortunately, with Celiac Disease you don’t get to experience it as much. You don’t realize how much you miss it until you can’t have it. Terrific if you have a sweet tooth because these pumpkin spice pancakes are covered in a caramel drizzle sauce and sprinkled with pecans.
It’s not very often we get seasonal breakfast food so definitely suggest these pancakes!
To learn more about the Breakfast Bistro, See their listing here.
Delicious Falafel from .
“In addition to gluten free pizzas, burgers, and salads, Beer Brothers serves gluten free fish & chips (a lost treat for most celiacs), and have a variety of good gluten free beer.”
They also have a separate Gluten free fryer!
You can’t make a sandwich with out the bread!
Written by: Kelly Rice founder Gluten Free Regina
We got the inside scoop! The Chopped Leaf on Scarth Street is adding GLUTEN FREE BREAD to their list of options. Gluten free bread means we now get to try their three sandwiches.
The Chopped Leaf already has tons of gluten free options including their Whole Bowls, salads, GF soups, salad rolls, and cookies. The fact that they have so many options makes them ideal for catering downtown office meetings and parties. They are high quality nutritious meals, which aren’t going to make you feel lethargic for the rest of the afternoon.
The staff is knowledgeable and well trained. They know all about the dangers of cross contamination, as long as you tell them ahead that it has to be gluten free.
I give The Chopped Leaf on Scarth a Gluten Free Regina seal of approval.
1834 Scarth Street
Curry poutine from ….delicious
London Jacks Has a separate deep fryer. They have gluten free batter and gravy. Gluten free fish & chips, onion rings, pickle spears and more.
Chocolate brownie, coconut square and chamomile lemon iced tea from Kneaded Bakeshop.