If you thought free from baking was restricted to the supermarket bread range you are luckily so wrong!
A little while ago I happily stumbled across the wonderful Sim Smith from Knead Bakery. Her delightfully stylish, young company could be mistaken for a glossy magazine homes spread or an insight into the lives of successful business women. Instead this fantastic company make amazing, specialist bread, cookies, muffins, cakes and brownies.
All of these products are free from wheat, gluten, dairy and casein. The cookies are also free from eggs. There is also no cane sugar or artificial sweetener used in the range making them very desirable indeed.
The extra special fact is that despite being free from all these allergens the range of products at Knead Bakery are scrumptious. Long gone are the days when you had to have strong teeth to chew a slice of gluten free bread, choke on a cookie or struggle to swallow a piece of cake. These beautiful products have allure and they don't disappoint. They are rightly nominated for a prestigious "Free From Food Awards" prize.
A sweet and heavy flavour complimented perfectly by great chocolate chunks to chomp
Soft in texture, mildly gingery with a wonderful hint of lemon, leaving you wanting more
A melt in your mouth, velvety texture with a deep and strong chocolate flavour, beautifully sweet and smells divine
You can find the Knead Bakery range in fabulous boxes decorated with tantalising pictures of the products and the unmistakable Knead "K" design on the front. You also need to know they also do very tempting bread.
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Some insight into Knead Bakery by Sim Smith
Who helps you in running Knead Bakery?
I started out on my own from my home kitchen but now work with some great mentors and the girls in our production unit. My husband is also taking on more of an active role in the company which is realy nice. It's great to get to work together.
Where are your products made?
Where can we buy them now?
Where are you hoping to sell them in the future?
What can we expect from Knead in the future?