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Makes 2 servings
501 calories per serving
Bread and butter pudding has always been one of my favourites, a classic British dish I used to enjoy pretty much every week with my grandparents. It's a perfect recipe for using up stale left over bread and this version has been made dairy free too. Gluten free bread works well in bread and butter pudding as it is more dry than regular bread.
Posted on: 5th December 2014
Makes 10 slices
352 calories per slice
Lemon meringue pie has to be one of the most popular desserts, it is a true classic pudding full of amazing flavours. Our take on this classic is both gluten and dairy free and like the original it is has a tangy lemon middle with a fluffy white meringue top served in yummy, buttery shortcrust pastry.
Posted on: 30th November 2014
Makes 4 servings
490 calories per serving
Rice is great cold as well as hot, with chicken and fruits it is a taste sensation and great for a working lunch, no need to warm up and fab in those hot summer months. Whether you pack it with decadent tropical fruits and coconut or with more simple fruits like in this recipe, cold rice is a fab hot day lunch.
Posted on: 29th November 2014
Makes 1 serving
403 calories per serving
Eggy bread, french toast, or angel bread as I used to know it from school, is a super easy breakfast, simply bread fried in egg, very delicious when it is spiced up with cinnamon and served with fruit a nutritious and filling breakfast. Spice it up as much as you like with cinnamon or even add a bit of ginger to jazz it even more.
Posted on: 24th November 2014
Makes 8 servings
236 calories per serving
Every year for as long as I can remember, sherry trifle is on the menu, but my traditional family sherry trifle isn't the same as your normal trifle, my family trifle is sponge and sherry, two layers of blancmange and then cream. Blancmange is impossible to buy without a may contain warning so I made my own blancmange from scratch and decided to make the whole trifle dairy free too!
Posted on: 13th November 2014
Makes 10 servings
413 calories per serving
Christmas isn't complete without a Christmas cake, this one is gluten and dairy free and is easy to make, plus it is lovely and moist too with the added Sherry! We have packed it full of delicious mixed fruit, just like a proper Christmas cake and added almonds to the mix to make it lovely a dense as a fruit cake should be.
Posted on: 2nd November 2014
Makes 8 servings
107 calories per portion
Simple yogurt based egg custard as an alternative to regular egg custard, we have made it with dairy free yogurt, sweetener instead of sugar and no crust to make it lower calorie and a quick sweet fix. It is great if you follow Slimming World but need dairy free as it is low in syns and just as tasty as a proper egg custard.
Posted on: 30th October 2014
Makes approx 18 sweets
42 calories per whole batch
If you love Haribo you will love these, so simple to make, all you need is so flavoured jelly and extra gelatine, get little moulds and you can have so many different sweets, if you can get a bear one you can even make little gummy bears. The ones made here are fairly large sweets but you can buy smaller silicone moulds pretty easily.
Posted on: 27th October 2014
Makes 2 portions
491 calories per serving
Chinese dishes are always the simplest dishes to make, they tend to revolve around the basic principle of choose a protein, choose your vegs (or rice, or both!) and add a sauce. This dish is a really easy fakeaway dish that doesn't need much prep at all and is great for that quick meal after work when you can't be bothered to cook!
Posted on: 26th October 2014
Makes 21 chocolates
52 calories per chocolate
Vegan chocolates are super easy to make and need very few ingredients, they are naturally gluten free and of course dairy free. We left ours so they were like soft truffles but you could coat them in a vegan dark chocolate so they have a gorgeous crispy shell. They are best kept in the fridge as they do melt very easily.
Posted on: 29th September 2014
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