How to make a rich and citrusy chocolate orange cake that is gluten-free and vegan! If you are making a birthday or Christmas cake for someone special in your life that has specific dietary requirements or you, yourself are vegan and gluten-free you’ll have a lot of fun making this sumptuous cake! Does it even Read more about Gluten-Free and Vegan Chocolate Orange Cake Recipe[…]
Make vegan & gluten-free oat pancakes this morning for a perfectly healthy and hearty start to your day. A super simple recipe which can be made in one bowl and with only 9 household staple ingredients.
Tasty pink Angel Slices with chunks of glace cherry As a kid I loved to bake gluten-fee angel slices because they are more than just tasty cake slices, but tasty PINK cake slices. It is an important distinction…. Anyway, to make this recipe a little more special, I added another childhood favourite ingredient: Glace Cherries. Read more about Gluten-Free Angel Slices Cake Recipe – Great for Afternoon Tea[…]
Gluten-free bread & butter pudding is an old school classic. This recipe is the perfect way to use up excess bread, and only uses a handful of ingredients.
Moist gluten-free apple & carrot cake with walnuts and cream cheese A recipe for moist gluten-free apple and carrot cake with crushed walnuts for added crunch and sweet cream cheese icing. I love using apples in baking cause they are juicy and add a sweeter flavour, plus its great because I don’t have to grate quite Read more about Gluten-free Apple and Carrot Cake[…]
A sweet ground almond sponge flavoured with lemon and a sticky lemon icing. Gluten-free almond and lemon cake is easy to make and 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 How to make gluten-free Read more about Sticky Gluten-free Almond and Lemon Cake Recipe[…]
Simple swaps for gluten-free food If you miss some old favourites try this handy list of swaps to 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…
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.