Ingredients and Allergy Info

Everything in our bakery is

✔ Plant Based
✔ Egg Free
✔ Dairy Free
✔ Lactose Free
✔ Cochineal Free
✔ Gelatine Free
✔ Meat Free

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MORE ABOUT ALLERGIES…

Vegan (V)
Everything in our bakery is 100% vegan

Gluten/ wheat (GF)
Our gluten free items do not contain any wheat however are baked on the same premises as items that do and thus may contain traces of gluten

The following flavours do not come in GF (red velvet, pebbles, lickity split, carrot, Neapolitan, tough cookies, cookie dough, smores, coffee and donuts, dirt cake, cookie monster)

Nuts (CN)
Please note our nut-free baked goods are baked on the same premises as nuts and so may contain traces. We are careful to avoid cross contamination by using separate assigned tongs to handle anything with nuts, and we can also box-up nut-based goods separately if you or someone you are purchasing for has a nut allergy.

Soy (CS)
Some cupcakes contain soy bean in the frosting or decorations (such as ganache, sprinkles, and fondant). If you’d like completely soy free let us know.

Sugar free (SF)
Our sugar free cakes are sweetened with brown rice syrup and are automatically vegan and gluten free. We also have one sugar free cupcake available in the display daily.

Corn free (CF)
All of our flavours with colours contain corn starch.

Yeast (CY)
Most of our patisserie range contains yeast such as anything that is bready and doughy, for example cinnamon buns and bronuts. Some items contain nutritional yeast. We have put a (CY) symbol under anything that contains yeast.

Fructose friendly (FF)
The following cake and cupcake flavours are fructose friendly:
GF Count Chocula, GF Vanilla Cloud, GF Choc Raspberry, GF Key West.
Our GF bagel sandwiches are also fructose friendly.

Monash’s extensive list of fructose friendly foods informs us that white sugar is suitable for most who can’t tolerate fructose because it is a disaccharide which is 50% fructose and 50% glucose. This means most can tolerate it, but for some who have severe fructose issues it is unsuitable because there technically is still some fructose in it.