Makes 6 Mini Cheesecajes
152 calories per mini cheesecake
Cheesecakes don't have to be ridiculously hard to make, these mini ones are gluten free and use just 4 simple ingredients. We prefer to use Morrisons Free From Custard Creams as they aren't quite as dusty as some other brands but any gluten free custard cream will work. You could even change biscuits, why not try with bourbons!
Posted on: 27th April 2018
Makes 2 Servings
418 calories per serving
Burgers don't have to be a solid patty, why not have it deconstructed! All the elements of a burger but it's in one big bowl. Doesn't quite work on a bun but you could serve a gluten free bun with it if you like. A deconstructed burger is easy to make naturally gluten free, just watch out for any sauces you add!
Posted on: 23rd April 2018
Makes 1 Serving
538 calories per serving
Wraps are great for lunches, this one has been made to be reminiscent of a meatball marinara, however it's not quite as saucey, though you could add extra if you want it to be a bit more covered. Besides the wrap, it's one easy to make gluten free as long as you pick up the right premade meatballs or make your own!
Posted on: 17th April 2018
Makes 10 Slices
396 calories per Slice
Coffee and walnut cake is one of those popular classic, traditionally it is done as a sandwich cake though, in this one though I have done it as a loaf cake. It is gluten free and dairy free and goes great with a nice hot brew! I added some wonderful coffee icing to give it that extra caffeine hit.
Posted on: 8th April 2018
Makes 2 Servings
461 calories per serving
This has to be my favourite curry, I could live off all types of curry, but this one is one that I could just eat every day. Naturally gluten free and vegan it is packed with so many aromatic spices, sweet potato to give it a sweet delicate flavour and gorgeous chickpeas along with so many other flavours.
Posted on: 4th April 2018
Makes 1 serving
523 calories per serving
You really can't beat some fish for breakfast and for me that fish has to be kippers, proper fresh kippers. Kippers pair up beautifully with spinach and eggs, all high in protein to give a proper boost to your morning. It is of course naturally gluten free and makes a delicious change to a fry up or cereal
Posted on: 27th March 2018
Makes 2 fritters
231 calories per fritter
Great alternative to an omelette or a pancake, they are a kind of a cross between the two. Using just eggs, carrot, spinach and a few spices, these naturally gluten free fritters are so good with cheese melted in the middle! You can also eat them on their own but the melted cheese just adds another dimension.
Posted on: 22nd March 2018
Makes 8 slices
416 calories per slice
When you are left with overripe bananas don't thrown them in the rubbish, instead, make them into a delicious banana loaf, very tasty and a cake that all the family will like, it saves discarding those bananas you've paid for. Made gluten free, dairy free and lightly spiced it's perfect with a nice hot brew!
Posted on: 16th March 2018
Makes 3 full chocolate scotch eggs
623 calories per full chocolate scotch egg
When you think of scotch eggs you think of the proper egg with sausage meat and breadcrumbs but why not change it to a sweet version for Easter. Cadbury Creme Eggs are gluten free, cover in some deliciously soft gluten free chocolate brownie, roll in some chocolate and you have a calorific Easter treat.
Posted on: 14th March 2018
Makes 12 cookies
133 calories per cookie
Chocolate cookies are every kids favourite, these cute cookies are super easy to make and would be so good to make with the kids. They are soft and crumbly (when aren't gluten free biscuits soft and crumbly?) and have a fabulously cracked effect by using icing sugar. Simply decorated and very chocolatey.
Posted on: 10th March 2018
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