Nutri Hitt

Brisbane's dedicated raw vegan paleo cake shop.
Sarah Ward
Published on July 31, 2016
Updated on August 31, 2016


Hankering for something sweet, fluffy and moist, but of the healthy (or healthier) variety? Finding something that ticks both boxes is usually no easy feat — except when it comes to Nutri Hitt. You could even say it's now a piece of cake (couldn't help it).

The Ascot-based cake shop specialises in tasty morsels that are actually good for you, which includes raw, vegan and paleo options, as well as goodies free of gluten, dairy and refined sugar. If you've been to a market or deli around town, you might've tried their wares. Now, like many a stall before them, they've got a permanent store.

You'll find all the raw cakes that you could want, including the slice of white chocolate heaven that is the Snow White, childhood nostalgia in the form of the Rainbow Swirl, and everything from lemon, lime and coconut and tiramisu too. If you're after a smaller bite, don't despair — you'll still find slices and cupcakes at Nutri Hitt's stockists around the city, like Pawpaw Cafe and House of Hygge.

Nutri Hitt started out when owners Candi Coonan and Tamara Lord just wanted to serve delicious treats without the kilojoules. As their success shows, they've achieved that aim — and now everyone keen to have their cake but avoid the not-so-good ingredients has become a winner.


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