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Published February 11th 2016
They are so good they almost sell out
What a great name for a cakes shop I thought to myself, when I spied these delicious goodies at a Farmers Market in Melbourne's outer west. Most of the baked products are gluten free made with rice flour or almond meal. The Sweetest Moment cakes and assorted baked goods are only available at farmers' markets in the western region of greater Melbourne.
Tony loves cooking and his customers come back for more. Image by Out and About.
Some of Tony's syrup bar cakes. Image by Out and About.
On market morning you will find a decadent range to choose from, including syrup bar cakes, mammoth sized muffins, macarons, and more. Savoury specialities include croissants and Greek style spinach and cheese pastries. The savoury items always sell out early as they are popular with the other stallholders or marketgoers wanting a sustaining breakfast on the go.
Pastry cook Tony has a day job during the week, but his love of baking soon turned into a part time business. He now bakes most of the night before market day, then brings the fresh baked goods to his local Farmer's Markets in the early hours.
The markets to the west of Melbourne where Tony attends with his mainly gluten free baked produce are: 1st Sunday at Hurstbridge 2nd and 4th Sunday at Eltham 3rd Saturday at Point Cook 4th Saturday at Werribee Central at Kelly Park in Synnot Street.
Some yummy gluten free bar cakes- almond pear syrup cake. Image by Out and About,
If you are looking for something special for a gift, for someone on a gluten free diet, consider a special gift box of macarons. The recipient of your gift would surely enjoy some quiet solitude with a cuppa, a good book and their very own sweet treats to enjoy their very own private sweetest moment.