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How to Store Gluten-Free Baked Goods?

How to Store Gluten-Free Baked Goods?

Once you get your hands on your coveted gluten-free baked goods, you need to store them properly so that you can enjoy them for as long as possible. Here’s what you need to know about storing gluten-free baked goods from Bougie Bakes

What Are Gluten-Free Baked Goods?

Flour is a key ingredient in most baked goods. However, gluten-free baked goods are made without any grains using gluten-free alternatives like almond flour, chickpea flour, coconut flour, and rice flour. These gluten-free alternatives give your baked goods the same taste you love but with none of the gluten. 

What Makes Gluten-Free Baked Goods Better?

So what makes gluten-free baked goods better than the gluten alternatives? Here’s what you need to know: 

Gluten-Free Is Better for Your Gut

For starters, gluten-free is better for your gut. You don’t need to have celiac disease or gluten sensitivity to be negatively affected by gluten — anyone can experience unpleasant digestive side effects from gluten, like abdominal pain, bloating, cramping, and more. So by going gluten-free, you’re doing your gut a big favor. 

Gluten-Free Is Better for Weight Loss

Additionally, gluten-free products tend to be better for weight loss since they are less processed and more natural. For example, Bougie Bakes’ gluten-free baked goods include almond flour, which contains fewer carbs and more nutrients compared to regular flour. Additionally, Bougie Bakes’ gluten-free baked goods cut out preservatives that can make it harder for you to lose weight. 

Gluten-Free is Better for Your Overall Health

Last but certainly not least, gluten-free is better for your overall health. Just a few additional health benefits include increased energy, reduced inflammation, improved bone health, and better moods. Based on these benefits, trying out a gluten-free diet — if even for a short period of time — seems like a no-brainer! 

Where to Get Gluten-Free Baked Goods?

Even though gluten-free baked goods are clearly better for you, they’re still not the default option — which can make them difficult to find in your typical grocery store. So where can you find gluten-free baked goods? The best place to look in terms of quality, variety, and pricing is online. 

 

But how can you choose between the different online companies that offer gluten-free baked goods? It all comes down to the ingredients and process. Bougie Bakes only uses “bougie” ingredients in our gluten-free, dairy-free, sugar-free, non-GMO, and keto-friendly baked goods that are simultaneously healthy and delicious! Plus, all of our baked goods are baked fresh in Los Angeles and delivered right to your door. 

What Are the Best Gluten-Free Baked Goods?

Believe it or not, you can get all of your favorite baked goods in gluten-free form with Bougie Bakes! Here are some of the best gluten-free baked goods to try out for yourself: 

1. Bougie Bakes Brownie Bites

Bougie Bakes Brownie Bites have all of the chocolate you’re craving but none of the gluten! They also get bonus points for being sugar-free and dairy-free with ingredients like almond flour, erythritol, and sugar-free vegan dark chocolate. Each Brownie Bite contains just two net carbs, 110 calories, and 10 grams of total fat. 

2. Bougie Bakes Peanut Butter Blondie Bites

Bougie Bakes Peanut Butter Blondie Bites are specially made for peanut butter fans everywhere! These gluten-free babies are made with organic peanut butter, coconut oil, vanilla extract, and sugar-free vegan chocolate chips. Each Blondie Bite contains just one net cab, 120 calories, and 10 grams of total fat. 

3. Bougie Bakes Chocolate Chunk Cookies

For a gluten-free (and bougie) take on the classic chocolate chip cookie, check out Bougie Bakes Chocolate Chunk Cookies! These cookies have everything you need — like sugar-free vegan dark chocolate, walnuts, and vanilla extract — and nothing you don’t — like gluten, dairy, sugar, soy, and GMOs. Each cookie contains just two net carbs, 110 calories, and nine grams of total fat. 

4. Bougie Bakes Vegan Lemon Poppy Cookies

Bougie Bakes Vegan Lemon Poppy Cookies are intelligently made with no animal products, making them totally vegan-friendly. They are also healthy with ingredients like lemon oil, poppy seeds, pink Himalayan sea salt, and almond flour with just one net carb, 80 calories, and nine grams of total fat. 

5. Vegan Black Raspberry Streusel Mini Muffins

Last but certainly not least, Bougie Bakes Vegan Black Raspberry Streusel Mini Muffins are the perfect breakfast or snack for vegans and celiacs alike! Thanks to delicious ingredients like unsweetened vanilla macadamia milk, gluten-free oat flour, freeze-dried raspberry powder, vegan butter, almond flour, unsweetened shredded coconut, almond extract, and ground ginger, these mini muffins contain five net carbs, 80 calories, and six grams of total fat.  

How to Store Gluten-Free Baked Goods?

Once you’ve gotten your hands on some delicious gluten-free baked goods from Bougie Bakes, you need to store them properly so that you can enjoy them. But how are you supposed to store gluten-free baked goods? Do you need to refrigerate gluten-free baked cookies? Can you freeze gluten-free baked goods? 


It really depends on the other ingredients! A lot of baked goods are made with a lot of preservatives so that they can last on the shelf or in your pantry for an extended period of time. Bougie Bakes, however, doesn’t use any preservatives, so we recommend that you store your gluten-free baked goods in the refrigerator to keep them as fresh as possible for as long as possible. With proper storage, your Bougie Bakes can last for up to two weeks. 

Enjoy Gluten-Free Baked Goods With Bougie Bakes

Half the battle of enjoying gluten-free baked goods is actually finding some that are delicious and healthy at the same time. Just make sure to get the most out of your Bougie Bakes by properly storing them in the refrigerator. 


Sources:

The 14 Best Gluten-Free Flours | Healthline

Celiac Disease - Symptoms and Causes | Mayo Clinic

Gluten-Free Diet: Is It Right for Me? | Johns Hopkins Medicine

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