Author Archives: Liz Rimmer

Gluten free all butter lemon shortbread

Gluten free lemon shortbread on a nice plate

Currently, my favourite thing to do on a Saturday morning, is to take myself off to our local M&S store, head to their cafe and grab myself a flat white and packet of gluten free lemon shortbread biscuits. The lemon shortbread biscuits have become a slight obsession of mine. I generally buy at least one […]

Gluten free simple French chocolate cake

Gluten free simple French chocolate cake

After reading the latest Lickedspoon Substack newsletter by Debora Robertson, I was inspired to make a gluten free version of the simple French chocolate cake recipe she shared. I’m a huge fan of Debora Robertson. Last year I treated myself to her book, Notes from a small kitchen Island. It’s a book I cannot wait […]

Gluten free berry and marzipan loaf cake

Sliced gluten free berry and marzipan cake

Oh heck, it’s been a while since I brought you a new recipe. But as they say, good things come to those who wait, and I’m convinced that you’ll feel it was worth waiting for this incredibly delicious gluten free berry and marzipan loaf cake. If you’ve been a reader of my blog for a […]

Gluten free chocolate cheesecake

Gluten free chocolate cheesecake with

Only five ingredients are needed to make this DELICIOUS gluten free chocolate cheesecake. It’s also very easy to make. And, it’s thanks to my wonderful mum that I’m able to share this recipe with you, as it is one of the many tempting things she’d jotted down in her recipe book, which I’m slowly working […]

Gluten free strawberry muffins

Gluten free strawberry muffins

It was only when I was well underway with making these delicious gluten free strawberry muffins, that I realised the recipe is very similar to the blueberry muffin recipe I already have on the blog. However, after making the muffins and discovering they’re terrific, I had to crack on and share the recipe with you. […]

Delicious gluten free macaroni cheese

Gf Macaroni cheese

Macaroni cheese is one of Neil’s favourite meals and before being diagnosed with coeliac disease it was something I made a lot. However, after being diagnosed, I stopped making it for a while as I felt the sauce didn’t work as well with the macaroni when made with cornflour (I use cornflour when making cauliflower […]

Gluten free custard tarts

Gluten free custard tarts

I can remember years ago making a custard tart and my grandma being so impressed, as the pastry hadn’t popped up through the custard. Well, I’m delighted to say there was no pastry peeking where it shouldn’t have been, when I made these delicious gluten free custard tarts. Perfecting a gluten free custard tart recipe […]