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Makes 10 slices
391 calories per slice
Coconut cake has always been a favourite in my house and something I have made since I was a kid, it's always the one I remember making in the school holidays. This is a really soft cake, packed with coconutty flavour and has been adapted from my childhood recipe to make it gluten free, it doesn't need a topping but if you wish you can top with buttercream.
Posted on: 26th September 2014
Makes 12 cakes
313 calories per cake
Chocolate and peanut butter work so well together and cakes are a perfect way to pair the two. Delectable, moist chocolate cupcakes covered in a layer of peanut butter frosting. Great to make with the kids and get them baking! These are of course gluten free but also dairy free, this recipe calls for soya milk rather than regular milk!
Posted on: 21st September 2014
Makes 3 servings
344 calories per serving
I love a chocolate mousse, this one is highly indulgent and packed with chocolate, it is dairy free though as long as it's done with a dairy free chocolate! The better the quality of chocolate you use the nicer this mousse is so don't opt for a cheap chocolate, make sure you splash out a bit!
Posted on: 20th September 2014
Makes 8 scones
192 calories per scone
These scones have more of the texture of drop scones, it is a very soft mix but still makes incredible scones, they are even better served with jam and cream! Don't expect to be able to make these like normal scones though, the mixture is a lot thinner and definitely not handleable, but they are delicious scones none the less.
Posted on: 18th September 2014
Makes 4 servings
335 calories per serving
Rice pudding is naturally gluten free, but a lot of Coeliacs also struggle with lactose or dairy so here is a soya based rice pudding, it is a bit more runny than a normal rice pudding but still delicious! If you prefer you could switch soya milk for a different dairy free work, coconut milk works really well as does almond.
Posted on: 11th September 2014
Makes 10 biscuits
168 calories per biscuit
These cookie type biscuits are gluten free and dairy free, deliciously light and very soft they almost have the texture of cake not a crispy biscuit but they are amazing moreish all the same. They have an almost buttery taste and texture with the crisp crunch of coconut thrown in. They won't be in the biscuit tin for long!
Posted on: 10th September 2014
Makes 16 squares
96 calories per piece
Super easy chocolate cake we like to cut into small bite size chunks to try and make them last longer (not that that method usually works for long),you could top these chocolatey delights with some buttercream or melted chocolate for some extra depth if you want too or serve with a side of whipped cream.
Posted on: 7th September 2014
Makes 4 servings
369 calories per serving
This fishy quiche is high in protein and it is naturally gluten free as we have made it crustless but you could put it in a pastry crust if you wish too, we prefer this one without pastry though, the flavour of pastry can take away from the fishy flavours. Great for lunches, especially with a salad.
Posted on: 4th September 2014
Makes 10 slices
297 calories per per slice
Basic vanilla sponge cake, made gluten and dairy free, really easy to make and this can be the base for a multitude of different cakes from fairy cakes to birthday cakes. You can also do this recipe not dairy free by simply using any margarine and milk. If you aren't the most confident of baker, a plain sponge is always the best place to start.
Posted on: 31st August 2014
Makes Full pie or 15 small tarts
207 calories per Eighth
There are some hints and tips needed to perfect shortcrust pastry the gluten free way, using an egg yolk helps your pastry stay firm but not so hard you can't eat it, and always chill it before use! Xanthan gum is used in the recipe to help the pastry bind but you can skip it if necessary, the pastry may be a bit more crumbly though.
Posted on: 25th August 2014
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