If you are reading this, I just want to say “thank you”. As if it wasn’t for you, I probably wouldn’t have given these delicious banana chocolate muffins a go. Whilst I have a long list of great recipes that I’d eventually like to share with you, I’m always on the hunt for new ones too. Because, although I’m a bit of a food traditionalist at heart, I want my blog to be filled with tempting things that appeal to everyone.
Gluten free recipes
I’ve been at it again, rustling up a gluten free version of another delicious classic. This time I’m bringing you a rather wonderful recipe for a sticky toffee pudding cake.
I’ve got myself so excited to share this sherry trifle recipe, that I really don’t know where to start. So many words, so many trifle food memories… spotting it on a well laden sweet trolley, my mum making it every Christmas. You get it?!! Trifle brings me GREAT joy!
If you’ve never had the pleasure of tucking into a golden square of scrunch, you’ve been missing a real treat!
Scrunch is similar in texture to flapjack, with the same familiar flavours going on too. It’s deliciously crunchy, buttery, syrupy and EXTREMELY moreish (you’ve been warned).
I’m thrilled to be sharing this recipe for gluten free choux buns with you. As I know what a big deal it is when following a gluten free diet to still be able to enjoy scrumptious treats that pack the same punch as their gluten filled equivalents. And these gf choux buns certainly do just that.
Delighted to share this lovely simple recipe, for a rather delicious gluten free coffee and walnut cake with you. A good old classic, that is a favourite treat for many.
The original recipe I used for this coffee and walnut cake came from Nigella Lawson’s website and it works splendidly as a gluten free version.
I’ve only made these coconut tarts once and the day after I made them, I debated about playing about with the recipe. But a quick chat with my best friend, who had sampled and loved them, convinced me that I needed to stop faffing and just get on and tell you all about them.
These delicate coconut tarts with their buttery pastry base, generous helping of yummy raspberry jam and light (perfect ratio) coconut topping are a delicious treat. An ideal bake to offer up to friends and family with a nice cuppa when they drop by.
Delighted to be bringing you this recipe for a scrumptious quiche Lorraine. A true classic dish here in the UK.
Quiche is perfect served up with a delicious colourful salad, works splendidly as part of a buffet spread and of course can be enjoyed hot or cold.
This gluten free shortcrust pastry quiche is jam packed with plenty of tasty, smoked bacon and tangy mature cheddar cheese. And the little twist of adding a spoonful of English mustard, really gives it an extra depth of flavour that will make your taste buds dance. If you’re unable to grab yourself a jar of English mustard that is gluten free, a GF Dijon or wholegrain mustard would also work marvellously.
I’m so excited to be sharing this fabulous recipe for white chocolate and cranberry cookies with you. I’d been wanting to get a cookie recipe on my site for a while now, and last week I finally went on the hunt for THE recipe that I felt would work well in gluten free format. Well I can tell you, I hit gold when I picked out this white chocolate cookie recipe from Sweetest menu.
Whilst I have successfully made gluten free loaves in the breadmaker using Juvela gluten free mix, I’m a novice when it comes to general gluten free bread making. And that includes making gluten free pizza bases too. But as I have been asked on a couple of occasions for a gf pizza base recipe and I’ve also had this recipe on my to do list since launching my blog, I felt it was about time I sorted myself out and work on a pizza base recipe that I could happily share with you.