Free From Options

Gluten Free

All of our brownies are gluten free as standard.
The different flavours available have been carefully selected using only the finest ingredients which are 100% free from gluten.
During the process of making the brownies all utensils and baking equipment is strictly only used for gluten free baking to avoid cross contamination.
This ensures we provide a free from brownie and our customers can be assured that their intolerance or lifestyle choice is taken seriously.

Dairy & Soya Free

In addition to our brownies being gluten free, we are also able to offer a 100% dairy & soya free brownie. 
Again, the different flavours available have been carefully selected using only ingredients that are 100% free from gluten, dairy & soya.
During the process of making the brownies all utensils and baking equipment is strictly only used for dairy & soya free baking to avoid cross contamination.
This ensures we provide a free from brownie and our customers can be assured that their intolerance or lifestyle choice is taken seriously.

Vegan

Our vegan brownies are free from gluten, dairy and egg. The different flavours available have been carefully selected using only ingredients that are suitable for vegans as well as 100% free from gluten.
Some of the ingredients may carry a may contain milk warning. For customers with a milk allergy or intolerance, our Dairy free brownies are the better option which are 100% free from dairy, soya and gluten.  This ensures we provide a free from brownie and our customers can be assured that their intolerance or lifestyle choice is taken seriously.

Nut Free

Our nut free brownie flavours have no nut containing ingredients.
However, all our brownies are produced in a kitchen that uses nuts, so it’s possible that those flavours which do not contain nuts may contain nut traces. Therefore, we cannot guarantee our nut free brownies will be 100% free from nut traces.

These are the main free from options we offer, but if you require a variation to this, please contact us to discuss. 

More about Gluten free

A gluten-free diet involves excluding foods that contain the protein gluten, including wheat, rye and barley.

People with Celiac disease, gluten sensitivity, wheat allergy and non-celiac gluten sensitivity frequently avoid gluten.

They often experience sharp stomach pain, diarrhoea, constipation, skin rashes, stomach discomfort, bloating, weight loss, anaemia and tiredness.

Celiac disease is an autoimmune disease in which the body mistakes gluten as a foreign threat. To remove this “threat,” the body overreacts and attacks the gluten proteins. Unfortunately, this attack also damages surrounding areas, such as the gut wall. This can lead to nutrient deficiencies, severe digestive issues and anemia, as well as increase the risk of many harmful diseases. 

A gluten-free diet can provide many health benefits, even those who don't suffer from an intolerance or allergy are opting to follow a gluten free diet. This is due to it helping to ease digestive symptoms, reduce chronic inflammation, boost energy and promote weight loss.

More about dairy free
There are many reasons why you may need to follow a dairy-free diet, including being vegan or for health reasons. Symptoms such as bloating or eczema when you eat or drink dairy products could mean you have an allergy or intolerance to dairy or lactose.

An allergy and intolerance are very different, although these terms are often used interchangeably. If you have an allergy to cows’ milk, your immune system identifies the proteins in it (albumin, casein or whey) as dangerous. This triggers your body’s defences, which usually causes immediate symptoms such as bloating, vomiting, diarrhoea and/or constipation, skin conditions like eczema, asthma, headaches, or joint pain.

This response can be triggered by a very small amount of milk protein, so the only treatment is to remove all cows’ milk and any products containing it from your diet.


One of the top benefits of cutting out dairy is the removal of excess saturated fats, sugar and salt from your diet, thus lessening your calorie intake and promoting a healthy weight. Dairy is also renowned as an acidic food, disrupting your body's acid/alkaline balance.
More about Vegan diet

Going vegan is a great opportunity to learn more about nutrition and cooking, and improve your diet. Getting your nutrients from plant foods allows more room in your diet for health-promoting options like whole grains, fruit, nuts, seeds and vegetables, which are packed full of beneficial fibre, vitamins and minerals.
Some research has linked vegan diets with lower blood pressure and cholesterol, and lower rates of heart disease, type 2 diabetes and some types of cancer. 
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