My gluten free hummingbird cake fit for a birthday celebration

This post is sponsored by FREEE by Doves Farm. I’ve had a lot of requests for a gluten free hummingbird cake recipe, so when FREEE by Doves Farm asked me to create a showstopper cake for their 40th birthday, I knew this was the one! Want to get straight to…

My gluten free lemon and pistachio drizzle cake

This post is sponsored by Juvela. A gluten free lemon drizzle cake is one I get asked for a lot – so I decided to put my own twist on this absolute classic. As tomorrow (October 1, 2018) marks the start of National Cake Week, I’ve teamed up with Juvela…

My gluten free jam roly-poly recipe is the perfect school dinner nostalgia

Does anyone else remember having jam roly-poly with their school dinner? I can still remember the taste of it from primary school, though I’ve never had a gluten free jam roly-poly before. So when I tried this recipe out, I couldn’t believe how much I remembered the taste! Want to…

My gluten free toffee and pecan meringue roulade

If there’s one dessert which ALWAYS makes it to our Christmas dinner table each year, it’s a toffee and pecan roulade. And yes, it might be a little early for the C-word, but a toffee and pecan roulade is now more a year-round thing than a one-a-year occasion. Recently, I’ve…

My gluten and dairy free ginger and rum tray bake

It was Cake Week on the Great British Bake Off this week and I decided to make a gluten free traybake in celebration of this week’s signature bake challenge. Enter my gluten free ginger and rum traybake recipe! Want to get straight to it? Skip to the recipe. Traybakes are…

My gluten free Jammie Dodgers recipe is the perfect childhood nostalgia

It was biscuit week on Great British Bake Off this week and it got me thinking about making some gluten free Jammy Dodgers (or gluten free Jammie Dodgers, if we’re stealing the trademark!). I was really excited when they made Wagon Wheels this week (see my gluten free Wagon Wheels…

My perfectly pretty gluten free Bakewell tart recipe

A gluten free Bakewell tart is a thing of beauty – and it’s surprisingly easy to make too. I’m not talking about a tiny little, glacè cherry-topped one like you pick up from Costa Coffee though. I’m talking golden pastry, sweet and sticky frangipane, and beautifully-feathered icing.  Want to get…

12 things everyone with coeliac disease has done (even if they won’t admit it)

Having coeliac disease is never easy. From reading ingredients lists and negotiating meals out to having to discuss your bowel habits with strangers, there’s plenty us coeliac disease sufferers have to put with with. Here are 12 things everyone with coeliac disease has done – but might not admit to!…

12 of the best gluten free lunches on-the-go when you’ve failed at meal prep

I’ve become really, really bad at prepping a gluten free lunch lately. To the point where my wages might as well be paid directly to Marks and Spencer, the amount of lunches I have bought from there. But one good thing about failing to meal prep? All the new gluten…

Loaded sweet potato and black bean quesadillas with Warburtons Gluten Free

This is a sponsored post in partnership with Warburtons Gluten Free. I’m a big fan of Mexican food and gluten free quesadillas is something I’ve always wanted to have a go at. So when Warburtons Gluten Free asked me to team up with them to create a new recipe with…

Eight MORE foods you didn’t know were gluten free in the supermarkets

Don’t you just love it when you pick something up in the supermarket, full expecting not to be able to eat it, only to discover it’s gluten free? Well, my friends, I’ve been on a mission to find the foods that make every gluten free person feel that sense of…

My easy gluten free frittata with chorizo, asparagus and goats’ cheese

It’s way too hot to cook, and I’ve definitely been all about the minimal-time, minimal-effort dinners at the moment. Which is why this gluten free frittata with asparagus, goats’ cheese and chorizo is perfect! Want to get straight to it? Skip to the recipe. This is a delicious summer meal…

18 things that happen when you eat out on a gluten free diet

Finding gluten free restaurants when you have coeliac disease can be tricky. A lot of people with coeliac disease are frightened of eating out due to bad past experiences – or lack of gluten free choice. But just remember, we’re all in it together! Here are 18 things that happen…

Gluten and dairy free coconut and passionfruit loaf cake

It feels a little bit like summer has abandoned us at the moment after the beautiful heatwave, so why not bring a little sunshine back into your life with my gluten free coconut and passionfruit loaf cake? Inspired by a similar, gluten-filled version I saw in Costa Coffee, this coconut…

My super easy gluten free Jaffa Cakes recipe

I’ve been waiting a long time for McVitie’s to bring out gluten free Jaffa Cakes, but seeing as this doesn’t look like it’s going to happen anytime soon, I’ve decided to make my own recipe. And you know what? Making gluten free Jaffa Cakes is actually SUPER easy to do!…

The ULTIMATE gluten free Wagon Wheels recipe

Wagon Wheels were my absolute FAVOURITE at a child – and I’ve finally managed to create a recipe for the perfect gluten free Wagon Wheels. With thick chocolate, crunchy biscuits, a splodge of jam and delicious, gooey marshmallow, these will take you right back to your childhood. Want to get…

My gluten free marmalade chicken recipe with super simple egg fried rice

Gluten free marmalade chicken is a recipe I’ve wanted to try for a long time. As I grow up (scary, I know!) I’m starting to really love fruity flavours in savoury dishes. This gluten free Chinese-style recipe is the perfect combination of tangy sweetness from the fruit and the salty…

My gluten free citrus drizzle cake with lemon, lime and orange

Forget gluten free lemon drizzle cake – I’m taking things up a notch. Because why just settle for lemons when you could have a three-citrus drizzle cake? Lemon, lime and orange complement each other perfectly, so it seems silly to settle for just one. Of course, you could easily adapt…

13 things every coeliac feels about gluten free brownies (as illustrated by Michael Scott)

If there is one thing every coeliac hates, it’s ANOTHER gluten free brownie. That feeling when you walk into a coffee shop or cafe and the only gluten free offering is the humble chocolate brownie. In fact, when I wrote my post on 19 things you’ll understand if you have…

My top tips for cooking the perfect gluten free roast dinner

This post is sponsored by The Real Yorkshire Pudding Co. Roast dinners can seem like a mission at the best of times – but what about when you have to make a gluten free roast dinner with someone who has coeliac disease? Not only do you have to find gluten…

Six things you might not know about coeliac disease

It’s Coeliac Awareness Week this week, and while for many companies it’s become a chance to market their gluten free products, it’s important not to lose sight of the real reason this week exists. For those that don’t know, coeliac disease is an autoimmune condition, and the only cure is…

The best gluten free burgers at The Custom House, Barnstaple

Not only did I get to eat a gluten free burger, but I even got cheesy garlic bread too! If you’re ever in North Devon, this is THE place to visit.

The BEST double chocolate cookie gluten free ice-cream sandwiches!

I think I’ve made the perfect gluten free chocolate cookie recipe. And when you take two of these warm gluten free chocolate cookies and sandwich a slab of deliciously cold ice-cream in the middle, it makes the BEST gluten free cookie ice-cream sandwich! Funny story, I actually created, photographed and…

April favourites: gluten free pastries, baking with Howard Middleton and gluten free bread

OK, it’s been an absolutely age since I last posted a monthly favourites and I’m sorry! But it’s been a bit of a bumper month in the gluten free world and even though, somehow, it is already May, I thought I’d do a bit of a highlights reel for you!…

Spot the difference: How bothered should we be about gluten free packaging?

Last week I posted on Instagram about a new range of sandwiches in M&S. It turns out, these sandwiches have virtually identical packaging and fillings to the Made Without Wheat ones, and are placed on the shelf in exactly the same spot, yet they are not gluten free. I wanted…

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