Dublin is a great place to be gluten-free. With so many places offering great options, you'll never be stuck without something to eat.

Looking for a gluten-free sweet treat can seem intimidating, but Dublin is a great place to start. Most shops have at least a small selection available, while a lot of bakeries and cafés offer great homemade products. For some of our favourite gluten-free sweet treats in Dublin, read on.

Coffee and Walnut Cupcake from The Cupcake Bloke

You can't go wrong with anything from The Cupcake Bloke, but we really think Graham's gluten-free selection is something worth shouting about. This coffee and walnut cake combines two of our favourite flavours, so it's clearly a winner.

Scones from Wall & Keogh

We've mentioned how much we love Wall & Keogh before, but their gluten-free offerings have us even more in love with them! There are always gluten-free scones available at Wall & Keogh, which make for the perfect mid-morning snack or breakfast.

Gluten-free fudge cupcake from Lolly and Cooks

Available in both regular and mini sizes, the chocolate fudge cupcake from Lolly and Cooks is decadent, flavourful and, most importantly, gluten-free. The cake can be quite heavy so we'd recommend going for the mini version, as it's the perfect size to enjoy with a cup of tea. 

Dark Chocolate and Peanut Brownie from Eathos

While gluten-free brownies are very hard to get wrong, we can assure you that this is one of the good ones. The addition of peanut butter makes the brownie really tasty and adds a pleasant savoury note.

Sea Salt Ice Cream from Murphy's Ice Cream

Murphy's offers some of the best ice cream in the country, no questions asked. Their sea salt flavour, which is made with rainwater, is totally gluten-free and jam-packed with flavour. The salt slightly offsets the sweetness, adding a delicious savoury note to this gorgeous treat.

What are your favourite gluten-free treats in the city? Let us know in the comments below.