Freshers’ week is almost upon us and whether you’re a first-timer of returning student, the idea of sticking to your gluten free diet on a budget can be daunting. Here’s my top five tips to survive uni on a gluten free diet!
Delightful little gluten free sugary treats with a lovely ethical background!
If you’re struggling with sweet cravings, Muscle Mousse is the answer! A delicious gluten free, low carb protein shake which transforms into a yummy dessert, what more could you want!?
Somersault Festival was one of my highlights of the year so far, set in the beautiful Castle Hill Estate in Filleigh. Here’s how I got on with a gluten free diet – including a Jamie Oliver feast, mouth-watering pulled pork and the best gluten free chocolate brownies ever!
The glitz, the glam and the excitment – oh, and the fruit salad… Sick of being lumbered with this age-old bore of puddings at catered events? Read on….
Barnstaple’s Real Food market has officially landed – offering fresh local produce once a month, I was amazed at the amount of gluten free treats I unearthed, including sausages, squid skewers, and one of the best cakes I’ve ever had!
A low carb, low sugar, grain free protein bar which will help to power you through the day! These little beauties are quick to make and a scrummy addition to any healthy diet!
Nutribox offers a selection of healthy snacks delivered to your office – I enlisted the help of my colleagues to test one out!
A low carb, grain free pizza option for those missing the real thing! This is a great substitute for pizza, especially when you’re on a low-carb eating plan like me!
Perfect for parties and picnics – I very much enjoyed these new scotch eggs from the Marks and Spencer Made Without Wheat range.
A hidden gem for gluten free cakes – huge portions, an amazing choice and such a cool vibe. This is must visit for those visiting Westward Ho! in North Devon.