This is the place Solano County!!!
We are Duncan's Lo-Ca Breads and More and it is an absolute pleasure to provide this wonderful county with delicious low carb, diabetic friendly, sugar free, keto and gluten free bread, biscuits and donuts.
We guarantee that our treats are always fresh, no preservatives, handmade and homemade. Only the best!
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Have you missed donuts? We've got you covered...
Having a treat every now and then is hard when you are keto, diabetic or gluten free...we can help with that. All of our donuts are made with the freshest California grown almond flour. We bring the sweetness with all natural monkfruit which not only tastes great but does not cause sugar spikes like other alternative sweeteners. Moist, delicious and made to be enjoyed at any time of the day. Dessert for breakfast...no problem.
My little family embarked on a Keto journey. Like many families we had gotten lost in the everyday cycle of convenience over health. We decided with the new year that we would commit to this new way of eating. I had no idea that through the next couple of years this way of eating would become so much more than weight loss.My Father is a Vietnam Vet who still suffers from the effects of Agent Orange. In 2017 he was diagnosed with Colon Cancer. He beat it and has been cancer free since. He and my mother are also diabetics and always struggled to gain control of their eating habits and blood sugars. The years of diabetes had taken its toll on my father’s kidneys and he has stage 5 kidney disease. The doctor told him that if his cancer came back chemo might not be an option because it would cause damage to his kidneys. We needed to do something and do it fast. I pushed low carb over and over and started making them anything that I thought would make the transition easier.......Duncan’s Lo-Ca Breads and More has been an idea for about a year now. I was making bagels and breads for friends and my parents so much that I thought “Hey...I could maybe turn this into something”. My husband had rid himself of diabetes and no longer had to take pills for it. My oldest daughter learned healthy eating habit and really started to thrive in dance and her mental clarity was amazing. My parent’s had switched to a low-carb diet and for the first time in years their A1C’s were coming down to normal levels. Their insulin intake had been reduced and they felt great. I wanted to be able to get these breads out so that people could try them but mainly so that I could help people have options. I want to be able help people on all these different journeys be able to stick to them so that they never have to say “I should have done it this way...now look” Duncan’s Lo-Ca Breads is my way of being able to give back and help others. I am so excited to be able to bring to you these breads and goodies . I can’t wait to see where this takes us all.
Thank you all for your support.
Duncan's Lo-Ca Breads on GoodDay Sacramento
Frequently Asked Questions
What kind of sweetener do you use?
We use a combination of monkfruit, erythritol and stevia.
Do you ship?
Due to Cottage Food permit restrictions we are unable to ship. We are currently working on expanding and hopefully shipping will be an option soon.
Do your treats need to be refrigerated?
All of our goodies are made fresh and contain no preservatives. We recommend that they go right into the refrigerator or freezer. You can refrigerate our items for up to a 1 1/2 weeks. You can freeze them for up to 3 weeks.
How do I reheat my treats?
If you are reheating your treats after refrigeration simply pull them out and heat in the microwave, toaster, toaster oven or even your air fryer.
If you are reheating an item that has been frozen. Pull from freezer and bring it to room temperature. Then you can heat in the microwave until it is warm enough to cut. You can then place it in the toaster oven, or continue to heat it in the microwave.
Customer feedback: Lo-Ca customers say the Jalaketo, Loaded and Amore are amazing cooked in the air fryer.
Are you a gluten free certified kitchen?
We are not a gluten free certified kitchen. We are a licensed home based bakery and although in our house we consume no gluten the requirement to obtain certification is not possible at this time. We do have many customer that have Celiac Disease and different levels of gluten intolerance and our goods have had no ill effects on them at all.