Of course, we saved the best until last 😉 If you do find yourself in Whistler, make sure you pop down to our 100% vegan bakery for a delicious Pecan Cinnamon Roll or a Slow-roasted Red Onion & Mushroom with Cashew Cheeze Flatbread.
Free-from baking is taking Korea by storm and there are now hundreds of vegan bakeries across the country, particularly in Seoul. Although this trend has mainly been for health reasons, there is a growing awareness of the animal ethics and environmental benefits behind vegan baking.
Rogue Bread is just getting started and currently sells their baked goods through pop-ups and in pastry boxes that can be bought from Academic Coffee Co.. But we have high hopes they will set up their own vegan bakery in the near future!
Loaf is yet another female-led vegan bakery based in Utrecht serving delicious sourdough, cinnamon buns, and freshly-ground coffee. Other baked goods are sold seasonally, such as their plant-based stollen.
We couldn’t write a blog about vegan bakeries around the world without mentioning Berlin.
This cosmopolitan city is packed full of plant-based establishments (34 vegan-friendly bakeries listed on Happy Cow as of Jan 2021) but we chose Chimneys because of their unique Hungarian sweet bread, known as a chimney cake.
What’s a chimney cake? It’s a cylindrical cake hollowed out and filled with delicious ice cream.
If you’ve got a sweet tooth, then we suggest you head to Germany...sharpish!
Vida Bakery creates delicious free-from cakes that are suitable for vegans, allergy sufferers, coeliacs, and individuals with other dietary restrictions.
Co-founder Dani, who is coeliac and vegan, used to struggle to find sweet baked goods suitable for her requirements. So in 2014, she paired up with Vane to make their vegan bakery accessible to everyone!
Vida Bakery has a brick and mortar establishment in Brick Lane, East London. Moreover, they now offer nationwide delivery of their cakes in a tub.