It has been a busy few months since we launched our LiberEat app. We are delighted to be working with restaurant brands such as All Bar One, Miller & Carter, Harvester and others to bring you liberating menus across more than 1000 restaurants in the UK. You can filter these menus against our 14 major Read more about LiberEat: Frequently Asked Questions[…]
This ground almond sponge is flavoured with lemon and a sticky sweet icing. Easy to make but great with afternoon tea. This bake uses naturally gluten free flours such as ground almonds and gram flour, made with chickpeas. Very moreish and easy to bung together 2 Lemons 180g Caster sugar 180g unsalted butter 3 eggs Read more about Sticky Almond and Lemon Cake[…]
Simple swaps for gluten free staples from Kirsty, our content manager who last year was diagnosed with coeliac disease. If you’ve been missing some of your old store cupboard essentials, try this handy list of swaps to help you mix up your menu without breaking the bank. Tortilla wraps – taco shells Tortilla wraps are Read more about Top Swaps for Gluten Free Food[…]
Some simple swaps for your store cupboard to make being vegan or vegetarian easy! If you’ve been missing some of your old favourites then this list will help you mix up your menu without breaking the bank.
Using the burnt pieces to make moist and moreish chocolate truffles, using cream cheese and white chocolate. These might even be more impressive than the original brownies…
As an inquisitive young adult, I have not let my allergies get in the way of living a fulfilling life. Of course, there have been difficult periods when I have struggled adapting to a
I love upside down cakes. The sponge is always moist and springy, the fruit makes it feel like 1 of my 5 a day, and the magic of turning the cake out and seeing the pattern makes me feel fancy. I make a lot of upside down cakes as a result, and this pear one is delicious!
Morgan (@how_to_coeliac) shares her tips for travelling while eating a gluten free diet.
Do you miss super noodles? Here is a recipe for some gluten free super noodles, a tasty homemade alternative
As a student with coeliac disease our content manager Kirsty has been working hard to balance her student budget with her dietary needs. Here are Kirsty’s top tips she learnt from going gluten-free while living on a student budget: 1. Bulk Buy your faves like gluten free is going out of fashion: If you pop into Read more about Gluten-Free on a Budget: 5 Top tips for following a gluten free diet without breaking the bank.[…]
Federica was diagnosed with coeliac disease when she was 2 years old. But that doesn’t stop her from loving her favourite food including pizza!