Tara Rylie

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Seattle, WA
Arizona State University, Cambridge School Of Culinary Arts, Hamilton College
Baking, Gluten Free, Recipe Development
  • Tara Rylie is the Founder of RylieCakes GF, a brand dedicated to helping celiacs find their groove in the kitchen again.
  • Previously, Tara Rylie owned and operated a gluten free bakery in the Seattle area where she developed all the recipes for RylieCakes line of gluten free baking mixes.
  • Her first cookbook, Lick The Bowl: RylieCakes Essential Guide to Gluten Free Baking, can be found at www.ryliecakes.com and contains 70 recipes that are so jaw-dropping delicious, you'd never know they're gluten free.


Tara Rylie is a creative entrepreneur, professionally trained pastry chef, and gluten-free guru. After running her own gluten-free bakery for five years, Rylie decided to take her experience and turn it into a brand that would help celiacs far and wide find their groove in the kitchen again. Rylie has brought to market a line of seven gluten-free, non-GMO baking mixes, as well as a cookbook, Lick The Bowl: RylieCakes Essential Guide to Gluten Free Baking. In addition to her love of baking, Rylie is passionate about her two golden retrievers, Persian cat, and chickens, as well as reading, yoga, doing just about anything outdoors, and the environment.


Rylie spent three years at Hamilton College - a private liberal arts in beautiful upstate New York - before transferring to ASU where she finished her degree.
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