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Many of our favourite dinners happen to be gluten free vegetarian dishes. Cutting down on meat makes your food shop much cheaper and it is amazing what you can whip up! If you are stuck for midweek inspiration, have a look through some of my favourite recipes below for gluten free vegetarian meal ideas. 15 Gluten Free Vegetarian Midweek Meals Mac n Cheese Gluten free mac n cheese is such a treat and perfect for those days when you are in need of comfort food. Have it with a fresh green salad, or make it as a side dish to accompany your meal. Courgette, Pea & Feta Fritters These gluten free fritters are packed with flavour and a cost-effective meal to make. Serve a simple stack of them for dinner or top with a poached egg, dollop of creme fraiche and a side of crispy kale. Aubergine Parmigiana My take on the classic Italian baked aubergine dish. Layers of tomato sauce, aubergine and mozzarella cheese are topped with parmesan and them baked for a deeeeeeelicious veggie main course. Halloumi & Aubergine Burgers PUT DOWN THE FIELD MUSHROOM. No-one wants that as a meat burger substitute so treat your veggie barbecue […]

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To mark Coeliac Awareness Week I have partnered with FREEE by Doves Farm, one of the gluten free brands you will always find in my store cupboards at home. I have been using their gluten free flours for years but did you know that the full FREEE by Doves Farm range features a really wide selection of gluten free products, many of which are also dairy free and vegan! With such a huge and varied range there really is something for every time of the day, whether you want a quick snack on the go or are preparing to cook a family feast. As a coeliac, I stick to a strict gluten free diet and brands like FREEE by Doves Farm have really made my life easier over the years in creating brilliant new gluten free dishes. I picked some of my top products from the FREEE by Doves Farm range to show you what I typically eat in a day. A little insight into my coeliac life. Breakfast The most important meal of the day. I used to always skip breakfast but ever since being pregnant with my daughter I am mega hungry first thing. Getting the family up […]

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When Knorr asked if I would work with them in developing a new gluten free recipe for spring and summer, I immediately said YES as I am a big fan of the brand. All the products in the Knorr stock range are all gluten free and many of them are permanent features in my store cupboard at home. Knorr is my go-to gluten free stock cube brand and I love the deep but natural flavours their stocks impart to my home cooking. Using Knorr vegetable stock cubes, I created a delicious and healthy quinoa salad recipe. Topped with halloumi, dressed with a lemony vinegarette and packed with veggies, this salad is perfect for spring and summer get togethers. I used quinoa as the base and cooked it in Knorr vegetable stock to infuse it with lots of lovely flavour. Quinoa is a naturally gluten free grain (well, actually a seed) and it makes the salad really substantial, as well as giving a big hit of protein to keep you fuller for longer. It’s super healthy too, so you are winning on all fronts with this dish. To make this quinoa salad ahead of time (if prepping for a party of […]

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Stuck for dinner time inspiration again?! Well why not give one of these gluten free recipes a try. My husband and I make all of these dishes regularly at home as they are quick and easy to whip up, or involve minimal effort and can be bunged in the oven. Click on each gluten free recipe title to be redirected to the main recipe. I have focused on meat and fish dishes here, but for some veggie midweek favourites check out my top 10 vegetarian gluten free midweek meals. 1. Peanut Butter Tahini Chicken Noodles The ultimate speedy midweek meal, these noodles genuinely only take 15 minutes from start of prep until eating. My go to when I am too knackered to cook much but want something really yummy for dinner. 2. Cod & Chorizo Traybake A one-tray wonder meal – simple chuck everything in the oven and then reap the delicious rewards once cooked. 3. Butternut Squash & Pancetta Risotto My husband’s all time favourite dinner, this risotto pairs soft, sweet roasted butternut squash with crisp, salty pancetta cubes. Pair it with a fresh green salad for a seriously comforting midweek feast. 4. Satay Chicken Coconut Curry I am […]

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Whether you are newly diagnosed or a coeliac disease veteran, we are all always learning new things about coeliac life. I have been coeliac for 20 years now but still pick up handy tips here and there, as well as finding new pitfalls and gluten free gems. In this section you will find a whole host of coeliac tips and tricks to help you navigate coeliac disease and maintain a safe gluten free lifestyle. You might even be looking to cater for a family member or friend with coeliac disease, or trying to work out where to start with your gluten free shopping. Don’t fret, you’ll find the answers via the links below. I’ve broken the list down into topics, to make it easy for you to find what you are looking for. Also feel free to contact me directly if you can’t find what you need – my email address is mygfguide@gmail.com. Laura x General What Is Coeliac Disease? Coeliac Disease in a nutshell. For full, detailed information please visit the NHS website or Coeliac UK – links to both can be found at the bottom of this page. Eating Out Eating at Mixed Facility Restaurants as a Coeliac […]

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My Gluten Free Guide by Mygfguide@gmail.com - 1w ago

Gluten free guide to Cornwall - Padstow, Port Isaac and St Ives. Finding safe options for coeliacs.

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My Gluten Free Guide by Mygfguide@gmail.com - 1w ago

Gluten free at Glastonbury festival - EASY! It gets better for coeliacs every year.

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My Gluten Free Guide by Mygfguide@gmail.com - 2w ago

Devon is a beautiful part of the world – located in the South West of England it’s a perfect place to escape busy city life and get some sea air and delicious gluten free food. Finding safe coeliac choices in Devon is totally doable, you just need to plan ahead and do some research to find the best gluten free local gems. Luckily, I have done a good chunk of the work for you! This guide expands on my original South Devon guide, working in some of my more recent Devon tips plus links to some extra recommendations from my Devon-based coeliac friend Sarah, who runs the Gluten Free Blogger website. Towns are listed in alphabetical order. Ashburton Anran at Tidwell Farm – if I could quit my job and move in permanently to this beautiful B&B I would. One of the the best bed and breakfasts I have ever stayed in, they also did a wonderful job of catering for my coeliac needs. Chef Yarsley made us excellent breakfasts with gluten free bread, gluten free sausages and proper free range eggs. Live and Let Live Pub – what a great find, this pub had a coeliac barman when we visited who […]

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If you are anything like my husband and me, having a whole gluten free cheesecake in the house is dangerous. We will eat it all. Single-handedly. Before the week is up. I love a good cheesecake but sometimes hate the lingering temptation, so I decided to create some individual portion-sized cheesecakes as a less guilty alternative. You can whip these up for small dinner parties or family dinners without having to go all out on the indulgence, hooray! This gluten free cheesecake recipe is really straightforward and also quick as you don’t have allow much time for it to set before you serve. Feel free to use this as a base recipe to create more exciting flavour combinations – you could use any gluten free biscuits for the base, then the vanilla topping can be flavoured with whatever you like. I’ll do some adaptations in the coming months and will post suggestions here. The recipe below is a chocolate-vanilla gluten free cheesecake recipe, but can also be easily made plain vanilla. Mini Gluten Free Cheesecakes (Serves 4) Ingredients 160g gluten free chocolate biscuits 50g unsalted butter, melted 175g full fat cream cheese 175g mascarpone 1 tsp vanilla bean paste (vanilla […]

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I made this gluten free pesto pasta recipe recently using my homemade Wild Garlic Pesto but it works just as well with shop-bought pesto or homemade basil pesto. It’s a simple dinner, but a great way of adding some extra vegetables into an otherwise basic pasta dish. Gluten Free Pesto Pasta with Aubergine & Tomato Ingredients 1 tbsp olive oil 1 aubergine 100g baby plum tomatoes or cherry tomatoes 200g gluten free spaghetti 150g pesto Method Wash and chop the aubergine into small pieces. Then place into a large frying pan with the oil and slow cook for 15 minutes (medium heat) until very soft and golden on the outside. Set aside. Now make your gluten free spaghetti according to the instructions on the packet. A couple of minutes before the spaghetti cooking time has ended, put the pan with aubergine back on the heat, turn up to medium-high and throw the whole cherry tomatoes into the pan. Cook for a couple of minutes until the tomatoes are swollen and everything in the pan is fully warmed through. Drain the pasta, then add the spaghetti and the pesto to the pan with the aubergine and tomatoes. Turn off the heat […]

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