When I first tasted Bliss Baking Company‘s breads, I was blown away. With each bite, the crusty, hearty loaves impart texture and wholesomeness. Hallmarks of any good bread, these qualities are especially difficult to ensure with gluten-free baking. And Bliss’ offerings are strictly gluten-free.

Baker and owner Catherine Boe rents kitchen space from Deby’s Gluten Free in southeast Denver, and she concentrates on just two types of bread: millet crunch and honey harvest. She has also crafted a special cinnamon-raisin loaf, perfect for the holiday table or simply toasting and smearing with butter. The bread, like all of Boe’s offerings, contains no refined sugar, packs a protein and fiber punch, and is made with as many local and organic ingredients as possible. Gluten-free or not, pick up a loaf and taste Boe’s craftsmanship.

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Find Bliss breads at the Denver Urban Homesteading market, on menus at Vert Kitchen and Gaia Bistro, and here.

Amanda M. Faison
Amanda M. Faison
Freelance writer Amanda M. Faison spent 20 years at 5280 Magazine, 12 of those as Food Editor.