Patchogue’s Michelle Gillette Kelly not only loves baking, she’s been perfecting the art of making top-notch gluten-free baked goods through her company Ms. Michelle’s for over a decade.

“We make gluten-free taste great” is the motto.

So that must mean her traditional baked breads and confections are out of this world.

Soon you’ll be able to try it all in Patchogue, where Kelly is getting set to open a French bakery called Mademoiselle Pastisserie at 61 North Ocean Avenue, next to Catch Oyster Bar.

“Our products are locally sourced natural and organic,” reads a recent post on the bakery’s Facebook page. “We bake everything by hand and the love of Mademoiselle Michelle goes into each batch. We will have gluten-free, dairy-free, organic and naturally made items.”

The news comes about a year after her Ms. Michelle’s Urban Gourmet gluten-free bakery in Bayport closed.

“I really missed the bakery, I missed the people,” Kelly told GreaterPatchogue, “so I decided to do a new venture.”

“It was a dream come true; I always wanted the spot,” she said of her Patchogue bakery.

Kelly, who manufactures her gluten-free offerings in Calverton, will be including many French bakery staples to what’s shaping up to be a diverse corner of Patchogue Village for foodies.

“I feel like with Reese’s across the street, Delfiore on the corner, and with Big Easy opening, to me it’s like International Way,” she said.

Mademoiselle’s will be filled daily with croissants, baguettes, quiche, soups, as well as sweet treats like macaroons. And, there will be some gluten-free products.

Once up and operating, an oven will be perfectly situated by the window.

“I am hoping people can watch me cook,” she said. “I love the village and I am really excited, I miss the faces.”

The plans were approved by Patchogue Village last week.

Kelly is hoping to open later this winter.

Top: Michelle Gillette Kelly holding some of her freshly-baked cookies. (courtesy)