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Reverie bakes up vegan, gluten-free delights in Richardson

Posted 4:11pm on Friday, Oct. 25, 2013

Even if you’re all about butter and cream in your desserts, there’s much to like about the new Reverie Bakeshop, the totally vegan, part-gluten free bakery that opened in Richardson last month.

The storefront certainly fills a much-needed niche in the Metroplex; and certainly worth the trip if you follow either a vegan or gluten-free diet.

The cute walk-up bakery features a changing menu of seasonal (hello, gluten-free pumpkin cinnamon rolls!) and traditional treats (gluten-free chocolate chip cookies) as well as a few paninis ($6.50-$8.50) one of which we tried for lunch on a visit. The chickpea avocado sandwich was fabulous – and satisfying – with its unusual mix of cucumber, lime, cilantro and an egg-salad substitute.

The friends behind the bakery (Racene Mendoza and Nancy Castillo, previously the head pastry chef at Tu-Lu’s Gluten Free Bakery in Dallas) have clearly struck a delicious chord. At the recent Texas Veggie Fair, their Crimson Swirl bar, a red-velvet brownie with cream-cheese icing, won the event’s Best Dessert award.

With their creative flair (we’re going back for the s’mores cupcakes), the duo is coloring inside the vegan lines quite nicely.

Reverie Bakeshop, 1930 N. Coit Road, Suite 140, Richardson, 972-238-7511, reveriebakeshop.com; on Facebook.

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