Shakshuka (GF)
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1w ago
Shakshuka is a naturally gluten free brunch dish of eggs poached in a rich and lightly spiced tomato sauce and is a stunning meal to enjoy. A classic one pan dreamy recipe, which I love serving with homemade gluten free flatbread (my 15 minute recipe for flatbread is a must try!). A North African and Middle Eastrn staple dish, shakshuka is more and more frequently found on cafe menus across the UK. It’s absolutely delicious and is a dish we love to make at home, and surprisingly easy. You can finish the dish off with various toppings, such as yoghurt, avocado and/or chorizo, and it is bri ..read more
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Chocolate Lava Cake Pots (GF)
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2w ago
These gluten free chocolate lava cake pots are my go to quick dessert when we have guests coming over (or for a quick midweek treat). They are little melting middle chocolate brownie pots and are absolutely delicious, with rich chocolate cake encasing a lava-like centre. Serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or dollop of clotted cream for ultimate luxury. You can also make these ahead of time, store in the fridge, then bake just before serving to save on the prep time. Simply add 4 minutes onto the cooking time to account for the mixture being chilled instead of at room temperature. Note: th ..read more
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4-Ingredient Cheesy Dough Ball Christmas Tree (GF)
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1M ago
This wonderfully easy gluten free cheesy dough ball Christmas tree is the perfect festive bread to bake. No proving time is required and it only takes 30 minutes to bake. Soft gluten free dough balls, with cheesy centres and slathered with garlic butter, this dough ball Christmas tree tastes absolutely delicious too! Whether as a centrepiece for festive buffets, or a fun addition to lunch or dinner, your friends and family will love this one. For double cheesy goodness, why not serve alongside a baked camembert and chutneys. Or for an easy yet impressive lunch, serve with big bowlfuls of soup ..read more
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Schär’s Festive Range Reveal & New Product Alert!
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2M ago
SPONSORED FEATURE Schär’s gluten free festive range has hit supermarket shelves across the UK & Ireland this month. With some delicious treats to be discovered, including panettone and chocolate orange fingers, it’s the perfect time to stock up ahead of Christmas. What’s more, they are joined by a brand NEW gluten free product launch from Schär – Mini Calzone Bites. These bites are absolutely delicious and I’ve thoroughly enjoyed tucking into them. They would be the perfect addition to any festive buffet spread. I’ve reviewed the full range for you and have also rounded up stockist informa ..read more
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3-Ingredient Gluten Free Dough Balls
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by mygfguide@gmail.com
2M ago
These easy gluten free dough balls are quick to make and totally delicious to eat. Have them plain or slather them with garlic butter. Or even try a sweet variation with nutella and white chocolate dipping sauces! This is a bit of a cheats recipe, using only yoghurt, gluten free flour and baking powder. In fact you only need two ingredients (yoghurt and flour) if you want to use gluten free self raising flour. The result – lovely little dough balls with a crusty outside and soft interior. The perfect side dish to add to your dinner. Or have them as a tasty starter or appetizer. What Gluten Fre ..read more
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Gluten Free Florentines
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by mygfguide@gmail.com
2M ago
I am a big florentine fan and my new gluten free florentines are some of the best I’ve ever had! Plus they are ever-so-easy to make at home. If you’ve not tried florentines before, they have a golden caramel dried fruit and nut topping and smooth chocolately base. A luxurious biscuit with a wonderful snap and crunch. Florentines are almost naturally gluten free, aside from a small amount of flour used in the caramel. So they work perfectly when made to a gluten free recipe. No one will ever know they are gluten free. I got frustrated at not being able to find gluten free florentines in the sho ..read more
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20 Gluten Free No Bake Desserts
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by mygfguide@gmail.com
2M ago
No need to turn the oven on if you want a delicious treat, simply make one of these gluten free no bake desserts! From cheesecake and banoffee pie, to truffles and millionaires slices, there is something here for everyone. 1. Easy Millionaires Shortbread One of my all time favourite treats, these no bake millionaires only need 5 ingredients and have a base made of shop-bought gluten free biscuits. It’s a really time saver and means you don’t have to crank up the oven. 2. Tiramisu A brilliant gluten free no bake dessert to make, tiramisu is a classic Italian dish. It features layers of coffee-s ..read more
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Budget Recipe: Chorizo, Corn & Cheddar Muffins (GF)
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by mygfguide@gmail.com
2M ago
These yummy chorizo, corn and cheddar muffins are a lovely savoury snack or lunch option. I developed them as part of the budget meal plan I am working on, but decided they were so delicious they deserved a recipe post of their own. Made using frozen sweetcorn, they are a great value savoury muffin to make. And they only use simple everyday ingredients, plus chorizo and cheddar cheese. And with vegetable oil instead of butter, you save even more pennies. To makes these chorizo, corn and cheddar muffins you will need: gluten free plain flour, baking powder, salt, vegetable oil, yoghurt, milk, d ..read more
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Gluten Free Yorkshire Puddings
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by mygfguide@gmail.com
2M ago
These gluten free Yorkshire puddings are easy to make and no one will know they are gluten free. Golden and crisp, properly puffed up, and absolutely delicious with your roast dinner. You only need 4 ingredients and 30 minutes to make them. My Yorkshire-born husband gave them a double thumbs up with the line “now THAT’s a Yorkshire pudding!”, then we accidentally ate the entire tray of them for lunch. The perks and perils of working in recipe development ;D. And certainly one alternative way to enjoy them! You’ll find gluten free flour actually works really nicely for Yorkshire puddings, once ..read more
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Churros French Toast Dippers (GF)
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by mygfguide@gmail.com
2M ago
Wowie, these churros French toast dippers taste incredible, almost like fried doughnuts with cinnamon sugar! They make the best dessert or brunch and are made using gluten free shop-bought ciabatta rolls as the base. Very quick and easy to make. I developed this little recipe as part of some work with Schär over on my Instagram account, but am so smitten with these dippers that I had to make it a permanent website feature. Cinnamon-sugar dusted French toast fingers, with a dipping pot of chocolate spread (or molten chocolate, peanut butter or jam would be epic too). My husband and I absolutely ..read more
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