National cream tea day prompted me to pop a batch of gluten free scones together! Nice and easy to make, with a lovely crisp finish. Perfect filled with delicious strawberry jam, clotted cream and enjoyed with a piping hot cuppa!!
If you are considering an adventure to explore the North East coast and wondering where you could stay – somewhere home from home and where your gluten free diet will be well taken care of – then St Aidans Hotel, Seahouses may just be up your street!
If you are fancying a great pie, look no further than Voakes Free From gluten free pies. They are packed full of the most wonderful flavoured fillings and encased in a perfect crisp pastry that leaves you wondering how they can possibly be gluten free – well they really are!!
The reason I wanted to share the recipe for dauphinoise potatoes with you, is as well as them being delicious and naturally gluten free, they are also super easy to make – if you haven’t ever had a bash at making them, I certainly recommend you do – they are tremendous and work perfectly with a roast!
I’ve been enjoying schar gluten free brioche rolls lately (available from most large supermarkets). They are really good and super versatile. And as they can be eaten straight from the pack, it’s handy to have some stashed in the cupboard, to enjoy at a drop of a hat! Perfect too, to pack up and take on your travels!
I’m delighted to share with you, a recent trip to Edinburgh to celebrate my big 50!! And of course to pass on some great places that offered fabulous gluten free food whilst we were there!