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Looking for a quick and simple dessert that will wow your guests? Look no further than this berry, peanut butter granola and yogurt parfait. Best of all it’s sugar free!
- 1tbs peanut butter (the 100% peanut, no sugar kind – crunchy is best)
- 1/8 cup desiccated coconut
- 1/2 cup oats (gluten free)
- Yogurt (I used natural greek yogurt)
- Berries (I used black forest fruits – blackberries, black currants, cherries, morello cherries – which I defrosted and left to cool)
All you need to do is…
- Pre-heat your oven to 180 degrees Celsius
- Mix (with your hands is easiest) the peanut butter, coconut and oats and place in the More >
Some people think it’s strange when I mention I am going to meet up with a friend of a friend who I’ve never met before. However this is a rather common occurrence for me these days, recently having relocated to London.
So one Sunday morning I headed off to The Breakfast Club in Angel to have breakfast with a couple who are good friends with my friend back in Sydney.
I had a quick skim over the menu online before heading there to make sure I would be able to eat something and figured if worst came to worst I could have More >
I’m back… and I am going to start making up for my absense with this amazing recipe for gluten free banoffee pie.
Since moving to London I haven’t done much baking except when I went through a phase of making gluten free banana bread (recipe to come). However more recently I moved house and my new housemate loves to bake. So what better to do on a cold rainy Friday night in London than some baking!
I don’t think I had actually ever eaten banoffee pie, even before I was diagnosed coeliac, so I was very excited.
It turns out that banoffee pie More >
I used to eat at Wagamama all the time and loved it. But after being diagnosed with coeliac disease I visited Wagamama in Sydney and found out that I could only eat one item on the menu and it was far from the best dish I had had there. So I didn’t go back for many years.
However the other day my friend and I needed to catch a quick bite to eat in London before heading to a musical so we decided to visit Wagamama.
When greeted by the host I asked him if there was a gluten free menu and More >
Just when you thought there could not be anymore restaurants in Banff with gluten free options. I have one more for now… and it’s a good one.
It took me 10 months of living in Banff and finally in my last month of living there I got around to visiting Nourish. I had been told that I would love it and that no matter what I had to try the nachos. Now as mentioned in my last post I am not a big fan of Canadian nachos due to the lack of toppings, however the ones at Nourish have 27 ingredients More >
I absolutely love Mexican food. The great thing about Mexican is that they often use corn tortilla’s and if not they usually at least have them as an option. So it is not surprising that after the first visit to Baja Cantina in Glebe, where they give you the option of corn or flour tortilla’s, I fell in love. The problem is that in the (many) times that I have been back since my first visit, all but once I have stuck to what I ordered the first time, the steak Fajitas.
But let’s take a step back for a moment. More >