Just as I’ve been bitching and moaning about the lack of gluten-free pastries available where you can also sit down for breakfast, I stumbled into a gluten-free find of epic proportions. I took my little dude to breakfast at the Larchmont Bungalow yesterday morning and lo and behold — there were so many gluten-free options I bought things I didn’t even want or need! But not just any gluten-free goods, actual delicious ones that do not overwhelm you with the flavor of rice flour. Whoo-hooo!
The Bungalow is selling gluten-free goods from my absolute favorite bakery, The Sensitive Baker. Or whatever it’s called these days. That amazing gluten-free bakery in Culver City which is way too far away from my house. Look at the muffins!
When my family moved to LA a little less than two years ago, the very first place we had breakfast after moving into our new home was the Bungalow, which was just down the street. But since we relocated to another part of the Los Angeles, I have not been back. In need of a breakfast spot near a t-ball field where my daughter was about to play her first game, my boy and I sauntered into the cafe as his sister and dad went to pre-game practice. Check out my gal on first base and that super handsome first base coach —
I love the (former) Sensitive Baker. Not enough to remember what its new name is, and definitely not enough to travel from the east side to the west side on a regular basis. (I’ll spare those of you outside of Los Angeles the sob story about east to west side traffic, but those of you who are here, and have lost your edge — like me — know my pain. PAIN.) So enjoying muffins, cupcakes, and millet toast with my eggs courtesy of such a fantastic gluten-free bakery (Oh! It’s now called Rising Hearts. I’ll never remember that.) without the traffic just made the morning of this Celiac.