After being diagnosed with Coeliac Disease and living gluten free for a year, I decided that I wanted to share my experiences, so I started this blog.
I hope that you enjoy my restaurant reviews, gluten free product reviews, and gluten free recipes. But, you don’t need to be on a gluten free diet to enjoy my reviews and recipes, so have a look and feel free to comment!
These pancakes are so easy and are delicious for breakfast, lunch, dinner or event dessert. You can top them with whatever you like; strawberries and yogurt, honey, Nutella, almond butter…
And they are so simple.
All you need to do is whisk 2 eggs, a sprinkle of cinnamon and a mashed banana (the riper the better as it’ll add more sweetness). Then fry with a little butter on one side. When ready to flip place it under the grill for a minute or so as that way it wont break when you flip it… and that’s it! Top with your favourite topping More >
You cannot imagine my excitement when I stumbled across this 100% gluten free bakery in Dubai when I was there for work. There are actually so many choices I had no idea what to get! So of course I have been back a couple of times since to try out a couple of options
The gluten free bagel with grilled veggies is incredible. The bread is soft and fluffy and it is full of flavour. I have also tried a couple of the salads (which come with a piece of gluten free bread). All were flavoursome and filling (very important More >
I was a little worried when I visited Italy that I would miss out on all the wonderful food that people always talk about. However luckily there was no need to worry, whilst some days I would just order a salad and a sliced meat and cheese plate, pretty much every meal I had was very tasty.
One of the stand out meals for me was a gluten free pizza and gluten free Peroni from Il Miraggio in Rome. I happened to stumble across this restaurant just before lunch time so after a visit to the Trevi Fountain (which is unfortunately still under More >
I somehow stumbled across @b_fit_bites on Instagram a couple of months backs and after seeing a number of amazing looking photos of the products I decided to make an order of my own. Basically the concept is yummy treats free of unhealthy products delivered to your door (in Abu Dhabi)
After much deliberation I went for the Salted Caramel Bites, Cherry Bliss Balls and Mini Banana Peanut Butter Muffins.
All the products are hand made here in Abu Dhabi and there are so many great things about them that I feel the need to make an easy to read bullet point list for More >
Ever since I moved to Abu Dhabi around 9 months ago there have been more and more gluten free options popping up around town. The newest addition to this list is Jim’s Kitchen Table in Masdar City.
Jim’s Kitchen Table aim to offer “Something a little different, but not so different you won’t know where to start. Nothing too fancy, but not shabby either. Just really good food.”
And really good food it is. I have only been there for breakfast, but I have been a number of times in the short time it has been open.
The great thing is that they have More >
Working in hospitality definitely has its perks and a stay at the Swissotel in Amsterdam on staff rates was one that I took up recently.
When I made the reservation I made a note that I was gluten free, just in case they wanted to leave me a small arrival treat
When we checked into the hotel the receptionist received an alert to mention to me that they have gluten free bread in the Dam PLaza restaurant for breakfast. It got even better as when I entered the restaurant in the morning and mentioned my room number they told me they More >