Gluten Free “Christmas” Foods We Can’t Normally Get
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by jkitchengf
2M ago
It’s almost an acceptable time to start sharing my Christmas guides, but until then I thought I’d share this. It contains a list of foods that aren’t necessarily “Christmassy” but only get released at Christmas so we should stock up now ? For example, lots of nibbly bits come out at this time of the year and it can be hard to find gluten free options at other times. So, ignore the Christmas packaging and fill your boots guys!! Chocolate!!! There’s so many chocolates that we can’t have all year round that I’ve written a whole blog post. Click here to read it M&S Party Food Sainsburys Party ..read more
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How to make 10 gluten free products cheaper: your most expensive things!
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by jkitchengf
2M ago
Some gluten free products are reaaaaaaaaally expensive – bread, wraps, cereal etc. In this blog post, I’ve written tons of ways to (1) buy them cheaper and (2) reduce waste, which will in turn save you money. This blog post works in conjunction with my 21 Tips: How to Make Gluten Free Cheaper, which is more generalised and includes info on everything from free food on prescription to using thermos pots for your on-the-go lunch! Bread is the number 1 concern for most of you, so let’s start there… Bread How to buy it cheaper How to reduce waste Wraps How to buy it cheaper How to reduce waste Cer ..read more
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Gluten Free “Christmas” Foods We Can’t Normally Get
Jessica's Kitchen
by jkitchengf
2M ago
It’s almost an acceptable time to start sharing my Christmas guides, but until then I thought I’d share this. It contains a list of foods that aren’t necessarily “Christmassy” but only get released at Christmas so we should stock up now ? For example, lots of nibbly bits come out at this time of the year and it can be hard to find gluten free options at other times. So, ignore the Christmas packaging and fill your boots guys!! Chocolate!!! There’s so many chocolates that we can’t have all year round that I’ve written a whole blog post. Click here to read it M&S Party Food Sainsburys Party ..read more
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The Ultimate Gluten Free Apple Crumble!! (with optional pools of fudge)
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by jkitchengf
3M ago
My Gluten Free Apple Crumble recipe is finally here!!! This 4-ingredient recipe shows you how to make a really easy, classic apple crumble but totally gluten free. Its naturally dairy free too. There’s not a lot involved in a crumble – you just slice apples, coat them in sugar and then cover in a shortbread type mix of butter, sugar and flour. That said, you want the base to be just sweet enough and you want a deliciously crumbly crunch ontop. This is my favourite pud so I had to get it right!! After a little bit of experimenting, I’ve worked out the perfect ratio to give you exactly that. If ..read more
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13 New Gluten Free Products: 26th Oct 2022
Jessica's Kitchen
by jkitchengf
3M ago
Mcdonald’s Hash Brown Waffles (dairy free) – not only are these made of gluten free ingredients, but also I’m reliably informed by several managers at Mcdonald’s that they’re fried with gf foods so they’re safe!! Schar Flatbread (dairy free) – £2.50, quite a high price point but nice to have something different Schar Milk Slice (lactose free) – £2, haven’t seen any reviews yet. Anyone tried them, what do you think? Schar Calzone Bites (contains dairy) – £3, these have been getting rave reviews Asda Katsu and Korma meal kits (dairy free) £2.50 – love this sort of thing. Easy dinner but not a mi ..read more
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Gluten Free Halloween Cookies: “Cookies and Scream” Spiders
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by jkitchengf
3M ago
My Gluten Free Halloween Cookies taste like Millie’s (chewy middles, crunchy edges… yum!), are marbled with gluten free “Oreo’s” and are topped with a cheeky spider! Completely gluten AND dairy free but you’d never, ever know it!! Easy recipe for all ages. FAQ: Yes, Oreo’s aren’t gluten free, but most supermarkets have an own brand free from “cookies and cream” version that taste the same… and double up nicely as spiders!! Pre-coeliac days, I used to LOVE the cookies in little paper bags in the bakery section of the supermarket. You know the ones…thin, chewy cookies with crunchy edges that you ..read more
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16 New Gluten Free Products 29th Sept 2022
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by jkitchengf
4M ago
All sorts of new bits for you today. I’ve split the guide into savoury and sweet. One Warning at the bottom. SAVOURY Tesco Finest Chicken Pad Thai (dairy free) – so rare to find a gluten free pad thai ready meal, usually the sauce has gluten! Tesco Finest Beef, Chorizo Chilli & Rice (dairy free) – im going to be adding chorizo to my chillis from now on! Heck Sausage Dippers – hmm what do you think of the corn dog looking ones?! I’ll try them and tell you what they’re like Tesco Mozzarella and Tomato Bites (contains dairy) **haven’t got a pic but they’re in the fridges!** Tesco So ..read more
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Accidentally Gluten Free Food at Iceland
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by jkitchengf
5M ago
When it comes to gluten free food at Iceland, I have good news and bad news. The good news is that there are LOADS of gluten free products. The bad news is there’s also loads of “may contain gluten” warnings to watch out for and there’s no consistency within their brands… e.g. some TGI products are fine, some products that you’d think would be made in the same place are may contain. Anyway, hopefully this guide will make it easier!! *Note 1: As always, I have done my best to check the allergen info for every product on the Iceland website but please double check everything for yourself in stor ..read more
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Gluten Free Chr*stmas Chocolates To Stock Up On
Jessica's Kitchen
by jkitchengf
5M ago
I wouldn’t usually be sharing Christmas Chocolate in September however, there are some chocs that us gluten-free folk can’t easily get during the rest of the year that pop up at Christmas! So, ignore the Christmas packaging and fill your boots guys!! Milkybar Festive Friends – most Milkybars contain gluten/may contain so we have to stock up at Easter and Christmas but these are safe so go go go! **NB its only the bags like this. The hollow shapes are NOT gluten free** Dairy Milk Another difficult one during the rest of the year! I’ve got a whole Cadbury guide here but long story short, if you ..read more
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17 New Gluten Free Products: 7th Sept 2022
Jessica's Kitchen
by jkitchengf
5M ago
Schar Tarralli (lactose free) -I’ve tried these and they are AMAZING. Think soft breadstick hoops. Buttermilk Orange Segments (dairy free) – hello! I’ll be asking Santa for these ? White Rabbit Risotto (dairy free) – White Rabbit products are expensive but I think they’re good quality and a nice treat. Asda Range – Asda have a new “value” range called Just Essentials and I’ve written a guide about all the gf bits here Tesco Bombay – Mix (dairy free)– not sure if this is new but its new to me!! Nice to find something like this that we can actually have M&S Steak Pie (dairy free) – Ocado say ..read more
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