Have you got your copy of Gluten Free Baking from the Heart Book? It was released in November 2020 and has been selling successfully online. Reviews and feedback have been amazing! Makes a great gift too! Let’s Make it, Bake it, Love it!Continue reading
I saw this recipe in Olive Magazine – olive Magazine Recipes and Travel and Restaurant Tips – olivemagazine and kept it in my virtual back pocket to give it a go. The recipe is originally a regular one and very tasty so I made two versions to keep everyone happy. One regular and one Gluten Free
They are full of white chocolate teamed with raspberry jam and topped with childhood (and lots of adults) favourites, Jammie Dodgers. If you are making the Gluten Free version, you can get your biscuits here from Holland & Barrett Prewett’s Jammy Wheels 160g | Holland & Barrett (hollandandbarrett.ie)
I love this recipe as you don’t need any equipment. It’s all done in a large saucepan so very handy!Continue reading
These amazingly good cookies are chewy with a little bit of crunch and are packed full of delicious ingredients like coconut and pecans. Of course they also have cornflakes! Yes the humble cornflake cereal has been given a boost here and has become a little star in the making.
Interestingly, you would think the cornflakes would get soft and sort of soggy but no, they keep their crispiness and add a perfect balance of chewy and crispy to these sweet and oh so good cookies. It’s really hard to stop at just one … you have been warned!
I’ve given the recipe for making regular cookies and also for Gluten and Dairy Free options too so everyone can enjoy them.Continue reading
These flourless Chocolate Chip Muffins are high in protein and bursting with delicious chocolate chips. You may not think they’re healthy because they’re muffins, but they absolutely are healthier than a regular muffin. I use no refined sugars and made them Dairy Free too. They are Vegetarian also and can be made suitable for Vegans by using your favourite egg replacer – 1 tbsp chia / flax seed mixed with 2 tbsp water, mix and leave for 5/10 mins to become a gel like consistency = 1 egg.
You can of course use regular oats, protein powder and chocolate chips if you don’t follow a particular diet so everyone can enjoy these delicious, soft muffins. A great grab and go healthy option for everyone!
One more bonus is you need no special equipment to make these muffins. No electric mixer or stand mixer, just a whisk and a large spoon.Continue reading