Silly Yak Bakery – Gluten Free Bakery

The Silly Yak Bakery is a gluten free bakery, there are not many gluten free bakeries or gluten free restaurants in North America.  The Celiac Restaurant Guide encourages you to support the Silly Yak Bakery.  If gluten free bakeries and restaurants supported by Celiacs more will open, and the existing ones will continue to operate in our communities.

Silly Yak Bakery – Gluten Free Bakery

Enjoy the outrageously delicious and varied selection of gluten-free breads and gluten-free desserts. All fresh gluten-free products are made from scratch with only pure, wholesome ingredients (no preservatives).

Holly Beach, founding owner of the Silly Yak Bakery, has been baking gluten-free breads and treats since June of 2002. “The reason I started baking gluten-free was due in part to stubbornness and in part to a passion for baking breads for EVERYONE to enjoy. When I found out how difficult it was to get gluten-free ingredients in bulk, I thought to myself how hard it must be for a person with Celiac disease to deal with obtaining safe and tasty foods on a day-to-day basis. From that point on, I was determined to make it work!”

Initially the Silly Yak Bakery dedicated one day per week to gluten-free baking. As Holly and crew started getting up earlier and earlier to bake, they soon realized that we needed to add a second gluten-free bake day. Thus gluten-free Tuesdays were begun!

Holly has made her dream of a full-time certified gluten-free baking facility a reality. They now bake gluten-free products daily! Stop in for a tour of the new facility.

Silly Yak Bakery
7866 Mineral Point Rd, Madison, WI  P.608.833.5965

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Enter Silly Yak Bakery’s address into the  Gluten Free Restaurant Locator - to find this bakery or restaurants in the Madison area.  Madison has a great selection of  restaurants that serve gluten free food.

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About Harold & Dona

This website was developed to help people with Celiac Disease find restaurants that serve gluten free meals. Two members of our family have Celiac Disease. Both of them manage quite well when they eat at home, but when they eat out it is more difficult.

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