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PUERTO RICO GLUTEN FREE

Gluten Free foods and places to eat in Puerto Rico

Fairy Cakes

Wednesday, February 19, 2014


In my case, February isn’t just about Valentine’s Day; it’s also my birthday. This is the perfect occasion and excuse to enjoy a sweet yummy piece of cake. However, unlike every past birthday cakes I’ve had, this one will be gluten free. So, I began my search to find the perfect gluten free birthday cake and thanks to a friend I found something better: healthy succulent CUP CAKES made by Fairy Cakes.

Fairy Cakes is not like any other place, because the owners’ main inspiration is their “love for health” without sacrificing a great taste. At first it was hard to believe that “healthy + tasty cake” could go together, but Fairy Cake’s creators figured it out. Fairy cup cakes are fresh and baked daily, using a unique selection of organic ingredients. The eggs, butter, cream and cheese are all organic and free of hormones and antibiotics. No artificial ingredients whatsoever, even the colors are produced naturally from fruits and vegetables.

Among the variety of cup cakes (regular size and mini / filled and unfilled) and flavors (vanilla, strawberry, almond, coffee, carrot, banana, chocolate, nutella, lime, acai, raspberry, coconut) you can also find other gluten free sweet treats like brownies and cookies. But, if you'd rather prefer a cup of good coffee, Fairy Cakes also offers the complete coffee shop experience and you can indulge yourself with a 100% Puerto Rican artisan coffee.


For more information visit:
www.fairycakespr.com
                    

Location: 375 B Calle Cesar Gonz├ílez 
San Juan PR 00918
                      


Telephone: (787) 200-8388


Payments Methods: Most credit cards

Parking: Yes

                                  
 

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About PR Gluten Free

Greetings, When I started eating gluten free back in 2013 by recommendation of my doctor, I encountered a lot of confusion and misinformation about gluten free products in supermarkets and restaurants. I spent many hours in supermarkets reading labels and trying out different products, in order to satisfy my starting need of a gluten free diet. And in restaurants, I had many negative experiences when waiters didn't understand what gluten free was and they just brought me whatever they felt was gluten free. After a lot of money spent experimenting in supermarkets, and many dishes returned in restaurants, my boyfriend motivated me to create this blog as a tool to help locals and visitors learn about gluten free options in our beautiful island. The purpose of my blog is to educate and create awareness for residents and the many tourist that visit our island in search of supermarkets and restaurants to buy and eat Gluten Free products! If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at info@prglutenfree.com Hope you enjoy! Much health, Carolina

What is Gluten Free?

According to the U.S.D.A. Gluten Free are foods containing none or less than 20 ppm of gluten. FDA will allow manufacturers to label a food "gluten-free" if it does not contain any of the fallowing: - an ingredient that is any type of wheat, rye, barley, or crossbreeds of these grains - an ingredient derived from these grains and that has not been processed to remove gluten - an ingredient derived from these grains and that has been processed to remove gluten, if it results in the food containing 20 or more parts per million (ppm) gluten Read the full article here

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