Gluten Free

Free from gluten, full of flavour

Gluten Free Brownies by The Homemade Brownie Company

Delicious brownies, gluten free as standard

Every product we make at The Homemade Brownie Company is gluten free and always will be!

Every ingredient we use is carefully selected to ensure it meets our gluten free criteria and we’re now based out of a dedicated gluten free facility, so can be entirely confident that all products are 100% free from gluten.

Suffering from a gluten intolerance herself and fed up with her own experiences of poor gluten free products, Laura started The Homemade Brownie Company on a mission to create a range of products that tasted every bit as good as the gluten containing competition. Laura trialled numerous recipes before starting the business and finally found one for her Classic brownie that she was happy was as good as anything else on the market.

Every new flavour and product that has been added to the range since has been painstakingly tried and tested in the same way, always using 100% gluten free ingredients. We regularly challenge our customers to try and tell the difference and still enjoy the look of amazement when people find out our products are gluten free for the first time!

We will never compromise our gluten free philosophy for any special requests so our customers can rest assured that their intolerance or lifestyle choice is taken seriously.

Gluten free brownies for all occasions

  • Brownie Gift Box – Bestsellers
    Bestsellers Personalised Brownie Gift Box by The Homemade Brownie Company

    from £16.95

  • Brownie Gift Box - 1 Flavour Choice
    Classic Personalised Brownie Gift Box by The Homemade Brownie Company

    from £15.95

  • Personalised Brownie Gift Box – Multiple Flavour Choice
    Multiple Flavour Personalised Brownie Gift Box by The Homemade Brownie Company

    from £18.95

  • Brownie Gift Box – Flavour of the Month
    Passion Fruit Blondie by The Homemade Brownie Company

    from £16.95

What is Gluten Intolerance?

Gluten is a protein found in grains such as wheat, barley and rye and a gluten free diet excludes this protein. The most extreme form of gluten intolerance is coeliac disease where your immune system reacts to gluten and damages the lining of your gut. The only treatment for coeliac disease is a gluten free diet.

Gluten intolerance appears in other less severe forms too, but can still produce very unpleasant symptoms such as bloating, diarrhoea, nausea, tiredness and headaches whenever gluten is eaten.

In addition to the medical benefits for those suffering from intolerances, a gluten free diet is becoming increasingly popular in the general population due to the claimed benefits of improved health, weight loss and increased energy.

Brownie batter in a bowl