A freelance writer from California now living in Brisbane, Australia. I have a BA in Communications specialising in writing, that I do not get to use often enough. You will find a Gluten Free and Child-Friendly theme throughout my articles.
Published May 10th 2016
Gluten Free Donuts That Actually Taste Good
For anyone who has visited Eat Street Markets in North Hamilton, after you get past the 'aw' factor of the cool lighting and funky harbour dock style, your first thought would more than likely be the delicious, never-ending supply of food.
And you would not be wrong. However, when visiting Eat Street my family and I have only one thing on our minds: gluten free donuts from Gluten Off.
Yes, we gobble up main dishes as well, I had the delicious gluten free pasta and my hubby had the Hungarian pizza but the stall that keeps us coming back regularly is Gluten Off.
These donuts are out of this world good. I am from the States and, I'm sorry Australia, I love you in every way and embrace all that is Australia, but you never cease to disappoint me in the donut department, until now.
The best part about these delectable little fluffy rounds of perfection is that not only are they expertly crisped, yet fluffy and rolled in just the right amount of sugar, but they are gluten free. This means you can eat a whole lot more of them than you can normal donuts; they just aren't as heavy. Not to mention my coeliac family (my sisters and Dad) can eat to their hearts' desire.
Needless to say, these donuts are the best I have ever had in Australia and are on par with my favorite donut shop back home. The only downside is there is no variety, but I suppose, why mess with perfection.
Definitely, visit Eat Street if you haven't already. They are open Friday nights, Saturday nights and Sunday midday, you will not regret it and don't leave without visiting Gluten Off.
• Coeliac friendly • Gluten Free • Fun music blasting while you wait • Made fresh right in front of you • No bloating from too much gluten • They will do big orders for parties
Really? I found Doughnut Time to just taste like super sweet cake. Which isn't what I'm looking for when I eat a donut. But I guess that is why they have more than one donut stall...they cater to all different palletes :)