5 SWEET GLUTEN-FREE RECIPES TO CELEBRATE ST. PATRICK'S DAY

St. Patrick’s Day feels like a real national holiday here in Chicago. At Wheat’s End Café, we appreciate a good celebration, but also know it can be more challenging with gluten sensitivities. That’s why we make all of our baked goods in an 100% dedicated gluten-free bakery that provides proprietary baked goods exclusively to our café. Have you tried our vegan cinnamon roll or cheddar chive biscuit? Learn more about our story here!

Come by the café this weekend for one of our Weekend Specials: Corned Beef Hash Panini, made with gruyere, sauerkraut, homemade thousand island dressing on our homemade focaccia. It’s a festive (gluten-free) way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day!

If you’re unable to make it in, and you’re not watching the Chicago River being dyed green, you can celebrate with these five sweet gluten-free recipes from around the web:

1) SHAMROCK SHAKE SMOOTHIE

JEANINE DONOFIO / LOVE & LEMONS

JEANINE DONOFIO / LOVE & LEMONS

A healthy, refreshing way to start your day before the festivities ensue!

Find the recipe HERE on the site Love & Lemons.

2) IRISH SODA BREAD

LINDSEY LOVE / DOLLY AND OATMEAL

LINDSEY LOVE / DOLLY AND OATMEAL

A traditional soda bread, but made with almond flour. Best slathered with Irish butter!

Find the recipe HERE on the site Dolly and Oatmeal.

3) LIME CURD TART

ALANNA TAYLOR TOBIN / BONJON GOURMET

ALANNA TAYLOR TOBIN / BONJON GOURMET

An elegant green pie that’s both sweet and tart, with a stellar gluten-free crust.

Find the recipe HERE on the site Bonjon Gourmet.

4) PEPPERMINT PATTY SLICE

ANGELA LIDDON / OH SHE GLOWS

ANGELA LIDDON / OH SHE GLOWS

A vegan dessert with a surprise ingredient!

Find the recipe HERE on the site Oh She Glows.

5) IRISH COFFEE CHOCOLATE CAKE 

TIEGHAN GERARD / HALF BAKED HARVEST

TIEGHAN GERARD / HALF BAKED HARVEST

A boozy chocolate cake that’s sure to impress.

Find the recipe HERE on the site Half Baked Harvest.


You can find some more gluten-free recipes from around the web here!