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Flying Apron Organic Bakery - 6 Reviews - Corner of 50th and Brooklyn in the University District, Seattle, WA - Bakeries Reviews - Phone (206) 526-2903

Flying Apron Organic Bakery

Corner of 50th and Brooklyn in the University District
Seattle, WA 98101
(206) 526-2903
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I ordered their Apricot Bliss Cake (two layers of maple and one layer of chocolate in the middle) for my baby's first bday party. I had no medical - related reason to go for a ve...


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Excellent bakery! 9/23/2007

I ordered their Apricot Bliss Cake (two layers of maple and one layer of chocolate in the middle) for my baby's first bday party. I had no medical - related reason to go for a vegan, wheat free, gluten free cake, but wanted to go with something other than a traditional grocery store cake. I thought the cake was excellent and so did my mom who is a phenomenal baker. The cake got mixed reviews at the party and unfortunately lots of it got thrown away. My goal was to introduce a cake, with healthier ingredients as well as open people's horizons a bit. Unfortunately, we are so used to seeing cakes from Costco or QFC during birthday parties that it is what people expect to see and taste. I will however keep raving about this bakery and will keep ordering their baked goods. more

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They say "created with your good health in mind". 8/16/2006

Many of us were led to believe that it's okay to eat foods with long ingredient lists that resemble the chemicals listed on a tube of caulk. In simpler days, grandma used to make lots of pies with Crisco and margarine, but experts say that this really misses the mark too. Flying Apron Baking Co. does what some consider impossible: make excellent gluten-free vegan baked goods without resorting to hydrogenated oils or wheat flours. Their Pastries, Cookies, Savory Items and Breads, Pies and Cakes will astound you with the quality of textures, flavors and more importantly, varieties. "Economics of Scale" isn't one of their advantages, however, so I hope that their recipes supplant what has traditionally dominated the market. more

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Eating Well Can Still Taste Good 4/23/2006

I don't care what people say. Wheat free eating can taste REALLY good. Chocolate cake and raspberry bar are my favorites. It used to be that people with special eating needs had to stay home and suffer...but with Flying Apron and Chaco (a door away), it's nice to see the light of day and join the masses. Great stuff. Don't be scared, try it. It's a different experience, but one that won't hurt. more

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Flying Apron Organic Bakery! 4/3/2006

If you are looking for gluten free, wheat free or vegan baked goods then this is the place to visit! Yes, they do cakes!! You can go to their take out window, located at the corner of 50th and Brooklyn or where they do their wholesale production which is at the Elliot Bay Cafe in Pioneer Square. more

Delicious vegan pastries, available here and at other locations around the city 3/1/2006

The Flying Apron has some delicious treats. I have enjoyed their chocolate chip cookies, as well as their namesake treat, the Flying Apron (available in more than one variety, usually). The items are on the expensive side (almost all items over $2, and near or over $3), but worth an indulgence now and then. When Chaco Canyon is open you can just open the door to the left of the bakery window and get some coffee to go with your breakfast or snack. I believe that Bulldog News on the Ave also carries some Flying Apron products. more

Yummy treats with a strong aftertaste of social responsibility 4/29/2005

From the sustainable packaging to the local organic ingredients, the Flying Apron Bakery deserves your hard-earned dollars more than any bakery in Seattle. Even though I am not a vegan, I absolutely love the taste of their muffins and cookies. Plus, it leaves me feeling good that I've supported an alternative to the animal-dependent food industry. Instead of saying "wouldn't it be nice if the food industry was more transparent with their practives, ingredients, etc." you can force the industry in that direction by buying your food from companies that are open and transparent. The Flying Apron donates1% of proceeds to Physicans for Social Responsibility, but they are one step ahead of the millions of other companies that give to charity. By incorporating social responsibility and environmental ethics in every aspect of their business they are helping prevent the harsh environmental and economic problems that drive local farmers and third world laborers into poverty. Stop by their little window on the corner of 50th and Brooklyn in the University District or pick up some of their maple spice loaf and sweet bread at PCC. Your purchase will make a difference. more
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